The Latest • 15-Oct-2021
An illustrator prepares for an assignment while his new plant demands his attention at home. “Plant Daddy,” directed by Peter Ferris Rosati, is a stylish, quietly surreal portrait. After bringing home a new houseplant, Rocca is surprised to feel a fatherly bond. The more he fixates on it, the more he loses focus on his job, especially when a series of odd incidents seem to untether him from reality. Rosati’s film is carried by its performances, its dry sense of humor, and its lovely earth tone compositions.
Writer, Director: Peter Ferris Rosati. Cast: Rocca Luis César, Miriam Villaseñor. Producer: Talamantes. Director of Photography: Santiago Pedroche. Production Designer: Rodrigo Berúben. Composer: Jacob Rosati. Sound Designer: Chris Battaglia.
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