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A government, in the habit of dismissing science, sees the world shift into a weather pattern of perpetual twilight that the officials have trouble explaining. Despite this, some individuals go about their business: The Theologian continues his crisis of faith, the Secularist continues to challenge the existence of god, the Landlord proceeds with his evictions, the Homeless man continues to collect electronics, and the Liaison continues to represent his suspicious clients, until their respective fates descend upon them, either absorbing or ignoring the lessons therein. mother mortar, father pestle is a film about the fallibility of perspective. (2012, 93 min, DCP)
This film is presented as part of our Local Boy Makes Good film series, which focuses on local Bay Area filmmakers.