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A Room Full of Nothing

USA 2019
produced by
Elena Weinberg, Duncan Coe, Stacey Davis (executive) for TurtleDove Films
directed by Elena Weinberg, Duncan Coe
starring Ivy Meehan (as Ivy Koehler), Duncan Coe, James C. Leary, Pamela L. Paek, Anna Schatte, Danielle Evon Ploeger, Marco Perella, Catherine Grady, Austin Alexander, Chris Humphrey, Kristen Kurtis (voice), Rob Novak (voice), Elena Weinberg, Taylor Juarez, Madison Koehler, Ammie Masterson, Ian Pala, Donna Rice, Mike Carreon
written by Duncan Coe, music by Michael Sempert

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Phyllis (Ivy Meehan) is a modestly successful artist, Barry (Duncan Coe) is a modestly successful actor, and the both of them have recently been hit by bad reviews, so bad that they start to doubt their talents. But they always build each other up, as they're deeply and truly in love with one another. And after a day that has been especially discouraging, sitting on their porch with a bottle of booze they wish for everyone else to just diappear, to be alone in the world. And on the next day, exactly that has happened, everybody else is gone. After an initial shock, Phyllis and Barry begin to enjoy this, as they now can live into their days, can really feed off one another - virtually of course, and in the most positive way -, and can finally explore things even their past lives as creatives wouldn't let them. But of course there's a downturn to things, as after some time electricity ceases to work, and their provisions start to run low - and suddenly they find themselves waking up in places they definitely didn't go to sleep in, like a forest, a beach, or the middle of the desert. And as much as they're in love, the inexplicable situation they're in starts to take a strain on their relationship ...


A rather unique movie to say the least, A Room Full of Nothing is part romance, part drama, part comedy even, part fantasy, part science fiction, and it sure puts a philosophical spin on all things, and yet it comes along as a very grounded film. Now that's thanks to the fact that the movie's (expecially considering its topic) surprisingly free of spectacle, and no matter what's thrown at them, the characters remain relatable and likeable despite all their flaws and fallabilities, and the direction gives them the necessary room to breathe. And of course, a well-structured screenplay coupled with solid performances only help making this a worthwhile watch.


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