Screening as part of "Scanners: The 2007 New York Video Festival"
Director: Edin Vélez, Country: USA, Release: 2006, Runtime: 75
The story of Molly, a 20-something social worker with a boyfriend she barely tolerates but can't muster the courage to break up with, is woven into the fabric of New York City in a fractured, offbeat search for happiness and romance. Video art pioneer Edin Vélez delivers in his first narrative feature a multi-layered story in which elements reappear in a variety of iterations. Combining sexually explicit material with visually arresting structure and form, A Certain Foolish Consistency bridges the gap between traditional cinema and experimental art.
(Includes a post-screening discussion with Edin Vélez.)
Added by lisavnyc on July 17, 2007