It’s about life. It’s about death. It’s about everything . . . well, sort of.
Twenty people, from all walks of life, are each locked alone in a room for the length of one 400-foot roll of 16mm film (11 minutes). They are each given the same set of twenty questions, which they can answer at random…if they’re not completely distracted by their surroundings. It’s about life. It’s about death. It’s about everything . . . well, sort of.
In 1987, after the horror films Disconnected and Psychos in Love, director Gorman Bechard set out to make what would have been his first documentary. It was never released, never screened publicly, and long believed to be lost––until 2017 when Bechard found a 16mm print of it in a box at the bottom of a closet. The film finally had its world premiere in 2017 at NHdocs: the New Haven Documentary Film Festival.
Directed/edited by Gorman Bechard
Produced by Gorman Bechard & Kristine Bechard