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‘The Arbalest’ Trailer For SXSW-Winning Dark Comedy From ‘Too Many Cooks’ Creators

A toy inventor reflects on his obsession with a woman who dislikes him.

The Arbalest

Adam Pinney’s “The Arbalest” won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Narrative Feature at this year’s South by Southwest. Now, the drama will be released later this month for all to enjoy.

From the minds behind “Too Many Cooks,” comes the story of a famed and enigmatic toymaker named Foster Kalt (Mike Brune), the inventor of the “Kalt Cube.” The film follows him in a series of flashbacks over the course of an interview with a TV reporter while he reflects on his lifelong obsession with Sylvia Frank (Tallie Medel).

FilmBuff Movies released a new trailer for the upcoming movie, which features Kalt discussing his first meeting with the apple of his eye, to years later stalking her from a cabin in the woods.

READ MORE: SXSW 2016 Review: Grand Jury Prize Winner ‘The Arbalest’ Isn’t For Everyone

The film is produced by Fake Wood Wallpaper, the same production company behind the Adult Swim series “Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell” and “Too Many Cooks.”

Pinney’s previous credits include directing and writing the shorts “Helena” in 2002 and “The Last Last and the Tribulations of Johnnybush” in 2003. He also penned the script for “Blood Car” and “A Is for Alex,” and did cinematography for “Too Many Cooks,” among others.

“The Arbalest” will be released on VOD on November 18. Check out the trailer below.

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