Wear (2015)

| Drama, Fantasy | 2015 (USA)
The lives of four generations of Southern women are explored through the eyes of a peculiar young boy with a wild imagination.

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Felix Else

Writer:

Felix Else

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Rachel Lynn Jackson ... Karen
Julian Murdoch ... Howie
Mary Ellen Ashley ... Gam
Chris Kerson ... Howard
Ellpetha Tsivicos ... Becky
Peter Caporal Peter Caporal ... Jesse
Susan Slatin ... Bonnie
Waverly Smith III Waverly Smith III ... Jack
Alastair Murdoch ... Neighbor
Simon Cozzens Simon Cozzens ... The Knight (Bisclavret)
Raven Jensen Raven Jensen ... The Princess of Ireland
Veronica Pomilla Veronica Pomilla ... Witch
Mary Pomilla Mary Pomilla ... Witch
Madeleine Pomilla Madeleine Pomilla ... Witch
Alia Massoud Alia Massoud ... Witch (voice)
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Against the backdrop of the late 90s Clinton scandal, the lives of Southern women are explored through the eyes of a young boy obsessed with an old fairy tale about a werewolf. His mother seeks to escape her claustrophobic life as housewife to a bitter husband and absent father; her elderly aunt is still coping with the death of her husband a year earlier; an independent young woman tries to comfort her fiancé, facing deployment to the front of the Balkan conflict; and a woman losing herself to early-onset Alzheimer's tries to finally set the record straight about the suicide of her husband decades earlier. But as the Georgia countryside begins to look more and more like a bygone wilderness, Southern manners, medieval chivalry & savagery, and Catholic superstition intersect to explore what is wild, what is civilized, and what is worth preserving, from one age to the next... Written by Anonymous

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Lives shrink in ways we don't always see.

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Drama | Fantasy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | French

Release Date:

2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

To Someone Else, Part One: Wear. See more »

Filming Locations:

Chesapeake, Virginia, USA See more »

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Budget:

$30,000 (estimated)
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Chesapeake, Virginia - one of the largest cities in Virginia by land area, and containing large tracts of protected natural areas - stands in for Washington, Georgia. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Howie: Amongst the tales I tell you once again, this one I can't forget...
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Crazy Credits

The opening credits appear over original collages by artist and poet Alice Hall, and merely list the names of every crew member from pre- through post-production, and every cast member who appears in the film, without any attributions. See more »

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References Angela (1995) See more »

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Travel Light
Written by Alex Vita
Performed by Your Wildest Dreams
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