Pig

December 15, 2016 - Comment

PIG is a mind-bending sci-fi thriller in the tradition of Memento, “a riveting adventure of confusion and identity” (Cleveland Plain-Dealer). The Desert Star Weekly called it “a brilliant sci-fi thriller…the most provocative film I saw at the Palm Springs Int’l. Film Festival.” “An impeccably crafted indie gem that genre fans need to see” (CultCuts Magazine).

PIG is a mind-bending sci-fi thriller in the tradition of Memento, “a riveting adventure of confusion and identity” (Cleveland Plain-Dealer). The Desert Star Weekly called it “a brilliant sci-fi thriller…the most provocative film I saw at the Palm Springs Int’l. Film Festival.” “An impeccably crafted indie gem that genre fans need to see” (CultCuts Magazine). The film was inspired by Ray Kurzweil’s book The Singularity Is Near.

A man (Rudolf Martin, NCIS) wakes up alone in the desert with a black hood over his head and his hands tied behind his back. He has no idea who he is or how he got there. The only clue to his identity is a name written down in his pocket, leading him to Los Angeles. The more he discovers about his past, the less he understands, until he stumbles upon something bigger and more unusual than he could have ever imagined.

Henry Barrial premiered his first feature, Some Body, in Dramatic Competition at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival. Barrial is also a Sundance Screenwriters Lab Fellow. His most recent feature, The House That Jack Built, premiered at the 2013 Los Angeles Film Festival and was written by the late Joseph Vasquez, (Hangin’ With The Homeboys).

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Comments

Michael Smith says:

Interesting indie (PG-13) This is a unique movie that is appropriately difficult to understand what is going on and why in the beginning, and that is the point-of-view of the main character and a purposeful aspect of the movie. Although I would rate the content PG-13, I don’t think this movie would be interesting to youth. The story begins at a gentle pace of unfolding. It has some complicated, nuanced situations that make sense from the context of adult experience. It has suspense and intrigue, but is not really an…

Saganite says:

This is not a terrible terrible movie Many if not most of the reviews have to be paid for or from people connected with the film and its makers, and the cover art is pure fraud. This is not a terrible terrible movie. But it’s not a good movie. The lead actors were all TV-show competent. But the minor characters would have had a tough time breaking into community theater in Minneapolis. But hey. We are a theater town.The biggest compliment I can give “Pig” (stupid name, by the way–oh, right…COMPLIMENT) is that…

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