USA, 2016, Comedy, 98 mins.
Director: Russell Brown
Location: UWSA, Cambridge
Summary: This imaginative satire focuses on modern man’s relationship to his phone and suggests that technology can lead us astray from meaning, purpose and love. It’s Thanksgiving, and family and friends have just gathered to celebrate togetherness. But when cell phone reception mysteriously goes dead throughout the house, each character is thrown into crisis: marriages are tested, values questioned, and futures hang in the balance.
Program: Post-screening Q&A with director Russell Brown
Director’s Bio: Russell Brown’s previous three narrative features all received theatrical distribution in the United States (Annie and the Gypsy, The Blue Tooth Virgin, Race You to the Bottom) after winning awards at festivals worldwide. He has also made numerous well-received shorts and documentaries including: Karen Black: On Acting and Mama Laura’s Boys.