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Florida Film Festival – TONIGHT final FFF screening of PRODIGAL SONS w/ AND WHAT REMAINS

Florida Film Festival - TONIGHT final FFF screening of PRODIGAL SONS w/ AND WHAT REMAINS

9:30 tonight at Enzian

Tonight is the last FFF09 screening of PRODIGAL SONS (directed by Kimberley Reed) preceded by AND WHAT REMAINS (directed by Marc Havener). Reed & Havener are expected to be in attendance for Q&A after the screening. Here’s more info from our site:

Southeast Premiere

There are three big reasons why nothing is going to be easy when Kim returns to her hometown of Helena, Montana, for her 20th high school reunion. First, Kim hasn’t been home since the death of her father, and his cherished spirit looms large in Kim’s Big Sky memories. Second, Kim hopes to re-establish a relationship with her adopted brother, Marc. Marc suffered a brain injury in a car accident a decade earlier and has since struggled with seizures, medications, and mood swings as result of his injury. And lastly, Kim is attending a reunion with classmates who remember her as Paul, the co-captain of the football team. As Kim and Marc struggle with their new relationship as brother and sister, Marc learns that his birth parent was the daughter of Hollywood royalty. Through it all, Kim must make peace with her former self. A sensation at this year’s Telluride Film Festival, Prodigal Sons is a galvanizing, wholly remarkable combination of intimate family drama, gender politics, mental illness, and cultural history.

Preceded by
Directed by MARC HAVENER
East Coast Premiere

What is a father’s legacy to his son? This question is explored visually as a series of breathtaking split screens move through generations.

Cheers & see you there!
FFF Programming

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