Most people have enough trouble trying to make good decisions when it comes to their love lives. It is doubtful anyone would enjoy having to consult alternate delusions due to a personality disorder. In the quirky tale ‘A Schizophrenic Love Story,’ a young man struggles with three delusions; Mary the Mother of Jesus, Einstein, and a vampire because of his schizophrenia. He must then wrestle with doubt to decide whether a young woman who has come into his life is real or just his imagination.
An endearing look at the obstacles of relationships, however strange they may be, this film shows us that love can come in any form.
United Film Festival- Los Angeles is thrilled to be premiering this film Tuesday May 1, 7:00pm at the Los Feliz 3 Cinemas!
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Everyone has an opinion these days. To some, their opinion is the right one. To a debater, their opinion is the only one. In her documentary, ‘Fast Talk,’ Debra Tolchinksy follows the debate team from Northwestern University for a year, ending up with footage that will surprise any audience.
The intense pressure of the debate is something that becomes clear within the documentary. The amount of information that these young people attempt to impart each minute is almost unimaginable. Rhetoric becomes their life, and speed becomes the only way to live it. After winning the National Debate Tournament the year before the film was shot, Tolchinsky catches the team at a delicate time as defending champions. The stress that comes from that fact alone could be ultimately crippling to any team, especially one so highly regarded.
‘Fast Talk’ will be showing at United Film Festival – New York on Sunday, May 13th at 12:00pm.