SPRING

SPRING

Release Date:

  • March 07, 2015

Rated:


Synopsis:


All-American Evan (Lou Taylor Pucci, of Thumbsucker) should be on top of the world: he’s smart, young, handsome and has a winning personality. But when he loses his mother (his only family member) to a long and painful illness, he’s left in a tailspin and heads for the airport, where he literally takes the next departing flight (it happens to be going to Italy). Finding himself in the ancient coastal town of Bari, he parties with other slumming frat-boy tourists until he falls under the spell of the mysterious, classically beautiful Louise, a health care worker with more than a few bizarre secrets of her own. Meanwhile, Bari’s old world residents are on edge when a series of inexplicable supernatural deaths plague their tourist-centered economy. There are traces of both the atmospheric Swedish thriller Let The Right One In and the Linklater Before Sunrise trilogy in this sophisticated, deeply-layered film. Just because we may find “the right one” in life, does it mean that destiny will lead us to the happy-ever-after? Hardly – there’s infinite opportunities for everything to go wrong and only a few to go toward good. Learn more at www.MiamiFilmFestival.com.


Release Date:

  • March 07, 2015

Rated:

  • Not Yet Rated

Synopsis:


All-American Evan (Lou Taylor Pucci, of Thumbsucker) should be on top of the world: he’s smart, young, handsome and has a winning personality. But when he loses his mother (his only family member) to a long and painful illness, he’s left in a tailspin and heads for the airport, where he literally takes the next departing flight (it happens to be going to Italy). Finding himself in the ancient coastal town of Bari, he parties with other slumming frat-boy tourists until he falls under the spell of the mysterious, classically beautiful Louise, a health care worker with more than a few bizarre secrets of her own. Meanwhile, Bari’s old world residents are on edge when a series of inexplicable supernatural deaths plague their tourist-centered economy. There are traces of both the atmospheric Swedish thriller Let The Right One In and the Linklater Before Sunrise trilogy in this sophisticated, deeply-layered film. Just because we may find “the right one” in life, does it mean that destiny will lead us to the happy-ever-after? Hardly – there’s infinite opportunities for everything to go wrong and only a few to go toward good. Learn more at www.MiamiFilmFestival.com.