with guest director Kyle Ham, writer Steve Timm, and artist Barbara Fields Timm
A powerful psychological thriller, Ham’s film centers on Bob Stevens, a small-town farmer and Air Force veteran with a three-year lapse in his memory. When a mysterious stranger, Jerome, shows up claiming to have been his best friend in the service, Bob’s peaceful existence begins to unravel. As Bob struggles to reconstruct his lost memories, he discovers that his eight-year-old daughter, Charlotte, is drawing sketches that might hold the key to his past.
Ham collaborated with his former professor, Steve Timm, on adapting a play by Timm that he saw in college over twenty years ago, and which had left a strong impression on him. Timm’s wife, Barbara Fields-Timm, is the artist who created Charlotte’s sketches.
Ham expertly places each piece of the puzzle until the entire picture is revealed. His direction helps enhance the script he co-wrote with Steve Timm, a script whose characters are three dimensional … adding superatural elements that bring more potency to the story.
–Peter Balaskas, Splash Magazines
Directed by Kyle Ham
Written by Kyle Ham and Steve Timm
Cinematography by Jay Silver
Music by Devan Yanik
Cast: Marc Menchaca, Jon Huertas, Virginia Newcomb