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Support AN OVERSIPLIFICATION OF HER BEAUTY @ Philadelphia Film Festival (Free)

As part of the PFF on Us program, tickets for this film are free. Click “Buy Tickets” for more information. Buy tickets at http://filmadelphia.festivalgenius.com/2012/films/oversimplificationofherbeautyan_terencenance_filmadelphia2012

 

You’ve just arrived home after a bad day. You’re broke and lonely, even though you live in the biggest and busiest city in America. You do, however, have one cause for mild optimism: you seem to have captured the attention of an intriguing young lady. You’ve rushed home to clean your apartment before she comes over. In your haste, you see that you’ve missed a call. There’s a voice mail; she tells you that she won’t be seeing you tonight.

 

With arresting insight, vulnerability, and a delightful sense of humor, Terence Nance’s explosively creative debut feature, AN OVERSIMPLIFICATION OF HER BEAUTY, documents the relationship between Terence and a lovely young woman (Namik Minter) as it teeters on the divide between platonic and romantic. Utilizing a tapestry of live action and various styles of animation, Terence explores the fantasies, emotions, and memories that race through his mind during a singular moment in time.  OFFICIAL SELECTION SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL.

 

Director Terence Nance in attendance.

In competition for the Documentary Feature Award

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  • Carolotta

    I thought it was an awesome movie. Made me a bit sad that he didn't "get" the girl. Buty I liked the use of many different techniques, especially the claymation and drawing. I like the transition from older footage to current stuff but it fel really long after or 4 times of that switching back and forth.

    November 3, 2012

  • Mike D.

    I think we should cancel.

    1 · October 28, 2012

  • Mike D.

    If the rain is crazy, I may not be able to come but will make every effort.

    October 28, 2012

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