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Almost in LoveNow, Forager Now, Forager

STARRING: Alex Karpovsky, Marjan Neshat,
Gary Wilmes, Alan Cumming
FORMAT: USA, 2012, 83 min; HDCam, BluRay
LOGLINE: A love story shot in two continuous, 40 minute takes, set
eighteen months apart: the first over a sunset, the second over a

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    A love story shot in two single, continuous 40 minute takes set eighteen months apart: the first over a sunset, the second over a sunrise. Sasha has been in love with Mia for years. His best friend, Kyle, recently started dating Mia until it all fell apart. None of them have spoken for over a month when Sasha hosts a barbecue on his Staten Island terrace - but that’s all about to change. Over the course of the evening in New York and a drunken dawn in the Hamptons the three of them show just how far they will go for love, for themselves and for each other.



    "A bravura display of hand-held camerawork, sound design and improvisational performance."
    - Andy Webster, New York Times

  • "Impressively acted and gorgeously shot, it's a testament to what a director of true vision can do with
    the barest of resources." CRITIC'S PICK!
    - Bilge Ebiri, New York Magazine

  • "Daring... The terrific new two-shot high wire act... is a surprisingly rich meditation on friendship, the
    difficulty of settling down and the importance of being earnest. Its formal ingenuity and winning cast
    make it a picture to watch out for."
    - Brandon Harris, Filmmaker Magazine

  • "Oddly affecting and well worth a look. Daniel McKeown's lush cinematography adapts to suit the
    elements, structure and performers and helps bring out the best in all departments... The real find is
    Marjan Neshat who radiates easy warmth and sexuality."
    - Mark Adams, ScreenDaily

  • "Smartly written... offers an enthusiastic burst of American indie neuroses that conceals deft, near
    seamless camerawork."
    - Genevieve Yue, Reverse Shot



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