reż|dir Josh Mond | US | 2015 | 86 min
prod|pro Max Born, Antonio Campos, Sean Durkin, Melody C. Roscher, F.A. Eric Schultz scen|wr Josh Mond zdj|ph Mátyás Erdély mon|ed Matthew Hannam ob|cast Christopher Abbott, Cynthia Nixon, Scott „Kid Cudi” Mescudi, Makenzie Leigh, Ron Livingston dys|dis Memento Films
James White is a twenty something striving to make ends meet in the crazy New York city. He escapes into a self-destructive, hedonistic lifestyle, but when finds out that his mother is seriously ill, he is forced to get a grip on himself. Constrained by the new situation, James must delve his inner resources to find the necessary strength or risk losing a connection with the one that gave him life. In this brave directorial debut, Josh Mond presents his subtle vision of the sense of loss and the relationship between the mother and son.
2015 Locarno International Film Festival – 2nd Youth Award
2015 Locarno International Film Festival – Don Quixote Award – Special Mention