Saturday, September 18, 2021

When I’m A Moth Movie Review

  • Production: A Winter Film Co. presentation. (Int'l sales: Paradigm, Los Angeles.) Producers: Zachary Cotler, Magdalena Zyzak. Executive producers: Craig R. Johnson, Mike S. Ryan. Co-producer: Stephen L. Cotler.
  • Crew: Directors: Zachary Cotler, Magdalena Zyzak. Screenplay: Cotler. Camera (color, widescreen, HD): Lyn Moncrief. Editor: Kant Pan.
  • With: Addison Timlin, TJ Kayama, Toshiji Takeshima. (English, Japanese dialogue)
  • The trailer:

The 411:

Maybe I live in a cave but I had no idea this was loosely about Hilary Clinton. Even though the main character’s name was friggin Hilary. I was intrigued immediately by the super dry, non-feeling, could care less delivery of lines by Addison Timlin. She was awesome. 

I kept wondering why some young woman wanted to be a fish monger in Alaska one summer and why she would walk up to two strange men and then go to their home. I was like WTF and what is going to happen. Nothing happened. They drank, talked and Hilary told them of her aspirations. 

While it wasn’t an omg you must see this kinda movie my friends. I did appreciate the cinematography. I loved the shots of of the storm thrown fishing village, the ocean, the sky. It was beautifully shot. I also loved Addison Timlin. It is worth seeing for these reasons. Other than that I think it was just eh. 

However, if you are into indie films see this. It is a bit pretentious but isn’t Hilary?

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Disclaimer: I received a complimentary screener for my honest opinion. No monetary compensation was offered.

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