All Films • 03-Aug-2014
A dreamy, slow motion glimpse into the quiet moments of two young relationships. Based on a dance performance, interesting because much of "The Overture" is still -- a couple lying in a bathtub, or in bed, or sitting at a table. Directed by Kate Wallich and Jacob Rosen. Cinematography by Jacob Rosen.
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