Writer/Director: Benedict Samuel; Producer: Annmaree J Bell After witnessing her father’s murder, Lia is institutionalized to help her recover, but the memory of her father’s murder continues to haunt her. As a coping strategy she retreats to her Sanctuary where her memories and the real world start to collide. World Premiere
Anonymous asked: Basically, any pic of Xavier and Benedict together makes me die a little inside with wonder and joy. I love how they speak about each other too, with so much love and respect. You know, initially I didn't think they looked alike at all, but now I see similarities all the time!
I’m not sure if you’ve seen it before, but I don’t think any resemblance between Xavier and Benedict has struck me more than when watching the Underground Q&A from TIFF. Granted, it’s the cast of Benedict’s latest film talking about the movie (Xavier’s not involved at all, so don’t watch it if that’s what you’re looking for) and yes, he’s out of the spotlight for the majority of the footage. But in viewing the entire thing, especially while Benedict’s actually in shadow, I realized how he and Xavier stand alike, move similarly, have twin mannerisms, and sometimes even hold their heads at matching angles. Or maybe it’s just me, maybe I’ve watched too many videos of both of them, and it’s all running together. Lemme know what you think if you feel so inclined to watch, though.
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A little bit about KISS:
Tom has never been kissed. His best friend offers his girlfriend to practice with, awakening Tom’s desire and changing the trio’s friendship forever.