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Amy (Kate Lyn Sheil) is convinced that she will die tomorrow. Gripped by this morbid knowledge she floats around her sparsely decorated Los Angeles home in a dreamlike stupor, drinking white wine, stroking the walls and browsing ceramic urns on the internet. She plays Mozart’s Requiem on repeat. Her scientist friend Jane (Jane Adams) attempts to reassure her but Amy’s paranoia is catching and it’s not long before Jane too is certain of her own impending death.
Jane’s pyjama-clad attendance at a house party has a knock-on effect, propelling each guest to make his or her final arrangements. Hallucinatory neon reds, blues, greens and purples wash over terrified faces. This is an audacious cinematic rendering of anxiety as contagion from US writer-director Amy Seimetz. Alternately hilarious and spine-tingling, it recalls David Lynch’s Twin Peaks in its serious, penetrating sense of doom.
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Source: The Guardian
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