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Finding Ophelia

USA 2021
produced by
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directed by Stephen Rutterford
starring Jimmy Levar, Christina Chu-Ryan, Natalie Blessing, Anwar Jackson, Steve Schaefer, Ira Grossman, Ben Runyan (voice), Doris Marcus, J.J. Crowne, Makinley Patterson, Alexandria Isola, Alexandra Lyon, Gabriella Whiting, Elizabeth Bove, Keith Davis, Ebi Kagbala, Kenda McCraney, Mason Peck, Tara Rose Schreiber, Raymond Sammak, Chris Bank, Kalyx Olivia, Renata Soler, Nathaniel Antonio Cortes, Sashalyn Medina, Jace Moody, Yolanda Y. Pringle
written by Stephen Rutterford, music by Prolificators, Brainorchestra, Ben Runyan, Stephen Rutterford, visual effects by Hi From The Future

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Will (Jimmy Levar) is a New York advertising executive on the verge of netting a big deal - when suddenly his life refuses to make sense anymore. Everywhere he sees weird symbols that seem to suggest something, people start talking in repetitive, essentially senseless patterns, and he seems to be drawn to a mysterious woman, Ophelia (Christina Chu-Ryan), whom he has never met and who he doesn't even know is real, but who he thinks he's in love with. So he gives up everything, even ignores his boss's (Ben Runyan) constant calls, just to find her, starting from a photo he has actually puked out himself. Eventually he learns that Ophelia has been in a car accident many years ago and has been in a coma ever since - and once he finds out at which hospital she's at he also learns her life support is to be turned off this very day, so if he wants to finally connect with her, he better hurry ...


Though this is a film full of suspense routines and scare tactics, this is hardly your routine thriller, as in both styler and storytelling, Finding Ophelia leans heavily towards the absurd and the surreal, but at the same time manages to keep its narrative thread relatable throughout, making this one a very otherworldly experience, carried by beautiful camerawork and grounded by a strong central performance by Jimmy Levar. Well worth a watch, but better prepare yourself for something different.


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