Additionally, I interviewed the two leads, James Clayton and Chelah Horsdal, and I knew that in screening this film, I would be stepping further outside my comfort zone than I ever had before.
I really enjoyed the movie.
A vivid, nightmarish independent film with a strong message about the stigma of mental illness.
This is clearly an oddball cult film whose microcosm theme about life, relationships, and God I haven't been able to fathom unless it is about man's rejection of God leading to his own downfall as he attempts to create his own world.
At least they weren't preaching their 'gospel' to others.