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International title Sugar
Country Irlanda, Estados unidos
Year 2005
Running time 82
Director Patrick (Paddy) Jolley, Reynold Reynolds
Screenplay Samara Golden, Patrick Jolley, Reynold Reynolds
Film Editing Reynold Reynolds
Photography Patrick (Paddy) Jolley, Reynold Reynolds
Music J.G. Thirlwell
Producer Reynold Reynolds
Distribution Company Zanzibar Films 12, Magennis Place Dublin, 2 Irlanda T. 353 1 671 9480 E.
Synopsis A woman alone in a strange town, she doesn´t know anyone. She rents a flat, brings her stuff and starts a new life. But the flat is not empty, it is full of the memories of the former tennant, his furniture, his clothes, his answering machine full of messages from the people he once let down. A frantic cleaning session, out with the rubbish and a new order. The woman settles down, the restlessness lingers on, a part of him remains there, in fact, he himself is spying on her from behind the walls. Locked in together, they start a sick wearing down game, which finds her poisoning a pudding and toasting to the groans of pain she hears. And so they carry on, until he gives up and disappears. What does not go away is the curse.
Director bio Paddy Jolley is a visual artist from Ireland who graduated from the National College of Art & Design with a BA Honours in Fine Art. Paddy was awarded a scholarship to complete his Masters in Photography at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Since 1993 he has been prolific, with major installation exhibitions all over Europe. Paddy has also had particular success working with Reynold Reynolds, filming his award-winning experimental films, Seven Days €˜Till Sunday, The Drowning Room and Burn. Reynold Reynolds is a filmmaker living and working in New York City. His films have been screened at the Sundance, Rotterdam and New York Film Festivals, among others. He received an MFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts, New York, and has studied film and physics at the University of Colorado. Reynold worked also as additional cinematographer in Edward G. Norris´s Death Defying Acts (2005).