Particles of Truth

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Released 2003

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Particles of Truth

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Director:
Jennifer Elster
Released:
2003
Rating:
R
Particles of Truth is a 2003 drama produced by 75 Films and Matter Productions and released by Dada Films. Gale Harold (Queer as Folk) plays the role of Morrison, a damaged and vulnerable but ultimately strong man. Morrison keeps his distance from people by spending his time in his car, and Lilli, played by writer-director Jennifer Elster, is an artist who seems more afraid of success than of failure. The film explores the fears many of us have about reaching out and taking the great risk of giving and receiving love. It's about the very real lives of two people who meet and, consequently, begin to accept each others' imperfections. Particles of Truth may be the prototype for the indie genre. It's got everything every other indie film professes to have: deep insight with clich' observations on life; bad camera work that begs for a tripod; production that demands better lighting; unheard-of music; relatively unknown actors; drugs; depressed people; funny people; trashy people; people with parent problems; and the we're-weird-but-we're-really-normal-in-light-of-everyone-else main characters.moreless

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    Drama

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    Love & Romance, Independent