Another event for New Yorkers. You should go check it out. I know I will when it gets to LA.

a film by Jennifer Phang

As troubling signs of global cataclysms accelerate, a brother and sister react to their father’s desertion and the powerful presence of their mother’s new boyfriend.

Official Selection 2008 Sundance Film Festival

Official Selection 2008 SXSW Film Festival

Official Selection 2008 Gen Art Film Festival

Screening on Sunday April 6, 2008
The Visual Arts Theatre
(formerly Clearview Chelsea West)
333 West 23rd Street

Click here to buy tickets
(includes admission to afterparty)
Use code JPHANG5 for discount

” An imaginative and deeply affecting effort……Half-Life marks the debut of a promising, truly independent film artist.”

    – The Hollywood Reporter

“Refreshingly entertaining and original … beautifully audacious, taking hold of all its risks and letting them run free to flourishing ends.”

– Indiewire

“Exists on a whole other, higher level of cinematic ambition than any other film at Sundance this year….. It is formally inventive, deeply personal and emotionally compelling…. “

    – Mike Ryan, Hammertonail.com

“An ‘Asian-American Beauty’ set against a backdrop of global decay and illuminated by splashes of ‘Waking Life’-style animation… evinces the sort of imagination that is necessary for human survival in the world as we know it.”

    – Daily Variety


2 thoughts on “

  1. I think a great deal about the risk a woman puts her children at when she remarries or takes a live-in boyfriend. Gavin de Becker wrote in Protecting The Gift that children of divorce are at more risk from a step father than from any other factor in their lives.
    Don’t know if you’re interested, just thought of it. Will try to see her film, sounds interesting.

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