The bold Kate engages with the reclusive Sam in an intimate confrontation that reveals unexpected truths and fears.
A man and a woman meet in a bar—but their encounter is unlike other stories that begin this way. The woman, Kate, is unusually bold, tossing out heavy conversational points so seamlessly that her counterpart, Sam, is simultaneously intrigued and tentative. By the time they wake up together, Kate has unwittingly caused Sam to fall for her, and the two engage in an intimate confrontation that reveals truths and fears neither could have predicted. The end of their short story is abruptly tragic.
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DIRECTOR: Bria Cole
PRODUCER: Jessica Kingdon
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Mitch Blummer
KATE: Nicole Cardoni
SAM: Hunter Hoffman
BRIA COLE is a media creator and researcher. Recently graduated from the Media Studies graduate program at The New School, her research interests include philosophies of technology and perception, post-digital media aesthetics, public architecture, and experiments in fictional storytelling. Filmmaking is a crucial artform, continuing conversations we might not have otherwise.