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USA 2019
produced by
John Klein for Glass City Films
directed by Dan Pedersen
starring Angela Riccetti, Michaela Petro, Timmy H. Barron, Liz Conway, Liz McArthur, Jacobi Alvarez, Annalissa Hartsell, Elise Marie Jumes, Emily Rayburn, Julie Ferrel, Porscha Spells, Rachel Molinaro
story by Angela Riccetti, Dan Pedersen, screenplay by Dan Pedersen, music by Alexa Borden, Connor Cook


review by
Mike Haberfelner

Phoebe (Angela Riccetti) runs an old fashioned cinema with her brother Alden (Timmy H. Barron) which has been in her family for years, and having worked at the place for her whole life has made her a tad odd and socially awkward. So when one day Tig (Michaela Petro) stops by to distribute flyers for her next play and asks if she may do so in Phoebe's theatre, Phoebe doesn't know how to react, and when Tig gives her a flyer with her phone number on it, the flyer just spontanously catches fire. Tig understandably hightails it, but Phoebe can't stop thinking about her, and when Tig returns a few days later to watch a movie with a date (Liz Conway), Phoebe can't stop thinking about her - and then the movie projector explodes. Later that evening, Phoebe catches Tig smoking a cigarette on her own, and she musters up all her courage to join her - but turns Tig down when she invites her to her play. Phoebe still comes to the play though, but feels even more awkward in the new enviroment than usual - and it really starts to show ...


Limerence sure is an unusual movie, whichever way you might want to look at it, at its heart it's a love story, but with strong elements of fantasy and even horror, and permeated by symbolism that remains pleasantly unexplained. And it's a love letter to old school cinemas. And while this all sounds very diverse and random, a solid directorial effort gives the film the necessary coherence, helped by strong cinematography. And Angela Riccetti's performance makes her character's oddness and insecurities really palpable, and she and Michaela Petro have the right weird chemistry to make the story work, too.

Again, rather unusual - but well worth a look!

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