Comedy, 35 min.
Directed by Kirsten Russell
When Dan wakes up after his first night in Paris after a black-out one night stand, he comes to find out that the woman in bed next to him doesn't speak any English while he speaks no French. But for two lost people who will stop at nothing to avoid involvement, the lack of communication is the perfect scenario for staying unattached. It's a risk-free liaison that might stay anonymous as long as the events from the night before remain unremembered. Directed by Brooklyn-based filmmaker Kirsten Russell.
White Sands International Film Festival ~ Best Short Film
White Sands International Film Festival ~ Audience award
Hell's Half Mile Film Festival ~ Programmers' Standout Award
Anchorage International Film Festival ~ Founder's Award
Emerge Film Festival ~ Best Short Film
Macon Film Festival ~ Audience Award
Art of Brooklyn Film Festival ~ Official Selection
Crossroads Film Festival ~ Official Selection
Mt. Rainier Independent Film Festival ~ Official Selection
FILM COURAGE: ‘UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE: Joys and Pitfalls of Guerrilla #Filmmaking in Gay Paree’ by Kirsten Russell
Bonus Feature: Interview with Kirsten Russell
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