Ensemble drama about conversations overheard in a bistro. Two chess players see unfolding dramas. A couple on an uncomfortable blind date, while a marriage crumbles. Film-noir fans thinks they're witnessing a real-life murder.
When a successful country lawyer captures and attempts to "civilize" the last remaining member of a violent clan that has roamed the Northeast coast for decades, he puts the lives of his family in jeopardy.
Brandon Gerald Fuller,
Lauren Ashley Carter
Worried that he has gotten the free-spirited Mindy pregnant after an unprotected one-night stand, Fred feigns romantic interest and sticks by her side for twelve hours to make sure she takes both doses of the morning-after pill.
FLOATING SUNFLOWERS tells the story of June (Anna Chlumsky), a still-life painter, and Henry (Francisco Solorzano), a fiction author, each caught in an emotional winter of their own. Unable... See full summary »
I am a concerned celluloid citizen. I am concerned because there has always been an unwritten agreement, an unspoken truth, for all low-budget B-Movie makers since beginning-less time: If low-budget, then everyone tries their hardest and gives it their all, with the glorious bigger picture being a production based on passion, humor, camaraderie and most of all fun. Classic examples include The Evil Dead Part 2, Death Race 2000 and Soylent Green. As for Blood Car, the situation is reversed. The producers have only a business model in mind, and that business model is based on spending the majority of the movie's dollars on manipulating the public into believing we've created an avante-garde, Indie-funk art-house master-quirk film, when actually absolutely no emotional energy was spent on the script, casting, direction or production at all. To me this is a sad state of affairs. It's a sign that Ed Wood's vision and passion is going away for good. With this understanding, I encourage you to Boycott Blood Car, as it is a fake, phony and plastic virus that tries to manipulate us all into believing we are going to be treated into something like Quentin Tarantino's Kurt Russel masterpiece. Do the right thing. Send a financial message.
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