Growing resentment between brothers Anthony and Alex Turner, one successful and the other struggling, leads to tragic consequences. Over the course of three holiday gatherings, tensions caused by strained family bonds and social inequity boil over into jealousy, deception and betrayal.

Director's Bio

After graduating with a BFA from Northern Michigan University in 1995, Mathew Bainbridge moved to Baltimore, MD where he currently teaches film at Towson University. Mathew has worked in the motion picture and television industry for twenty years. His resume includes major motion pictures such as Liberty Heights, Cecil B. Demented and Head of State as well as the television dramas The Wire and Homicide. Mathew has also worked on over one hundred television commercials including the infamous Bob Dole Viagra spot. In 2004, Mathew wrote and directed Partita, an experimental fifty-two minute drama that played theatrically in New York and Los Angeles.
Mathew Gregory Bainbridge
Mathew Gregory Bainbridge
Mathew Gregory Bainbridge, Lindsay Mercer, Paul Weiss, Alex Hedstrom
25 Minutes
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1/25/20 3:15pm at Cité des Arts
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