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Double Exposure

USA 2024
produced by
Julia Verdin, Howard Goldberg for Rough Diamond Productions, Aumont Productions, Disrupting Influence
directed by Howard Goldberg
starring Alexander Calvert, Caylee Cowan, Kahyun Kim, Simon Kim, Christian Vunipola, Christopher Maleki, Sara Garcia, Sabrina Quesada, Anne DeSalvo, Miyuki Matsunaga, Chris Devlin, Tunisia Hardison, Julia Verdin, Javier Montoya, Drea Garcia, Eddie Perez, Jermain Hollman, Nikhil Pai, Hannah Goldberg, Rudolf Buitendach, Louk Goldberg
written by Howard Goldberg, music by Roc Chen

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Peter (Alexander Calvert) and Lora's (Kahyun Kim) marriage has seen better days, basjcally because he can't forget his ex Sara (Caylee Cowan), who might have died four years ago and two years after their break-up, but for some obscure reason he still blames her death on himself. And then Peter gets into an accident and wakes up to a different world, one where Sara's still alive and has only faked her death, and is eager to get Peter back. Peter remembers the main incidents of his, Sara and Lora's story, like when he, a young photographer, met them both at a shoot and actually tries to ask Lora out first, but with little success - but somehow he strikes a key with Sara, and somehow they become a couple - but their relationship gets rocky quickly, especially since while she's a success as a model, his art photography makes him no money, and eventually they break up, and Sara starts an affair with her abusive agent (Christopher Maleki), which does her career wonders for a while, until he drops her, and her life goes on a downward spiral of drugs and alcohol - and eventually her death, and who knows if it's real or fake. Peter meets up with Lora again, who admits she has always had a crush on him, and soon enough they become a couple and eventually marry. But Sara always seems to come between them, until Peter has this fateful accident ...


A very nice and utterly unusual drama, unusual because it's built less like a linear narrative and more like a jigsaw puzzle - a jigsaw puzzle where some of the pieces quite intentionally don't fit, as the film also follows a dreamlike logic. But that said, clever writing makes it utterly possible to still follow the story while an elegant directorial effort gives the film just the right flair, and a relatable ensemble cast playing fleshed out and fallible characters also help making this film a well worthwhile watch.


Double Exposure has its World premiere at Raindance Film Festival on the 24th June.


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