A post-modern take on life and love from the director of Primer
Upstream Color follows the relationship between a man and woman as their lives and identities become blurred.
After impressing critics with his directorial debut, the psychological sci-fi thriller Primer, indie filmmaker Shane Carruth is bringing his jack-of-all-trades skills to a new project as the director, writer, producer, editor, composer, cinematographer and leading man of this unique, existential drama.
The film premieres at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2013 before getting a limited theatrical release in March.
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The director of Primer is back with Upstream Color. Take a look at the beautiful, if a bit incomprehensible trailerUpstream Color