Those who know me might remember I have been writing short stories about weird, meaningless but indeed so meaningful encounters for years... And stories about siblings. Sib-links. This mystery link between people that make that, though we are so different, we feel related, or that, though we feel so alike, we are somehow taken away from each other by life...
Randomly, looking for something intuitively, some knowledge related to the scientific theory of quantum entanglement, i found this movie trailer:
A comedy about learning to let go, and how everything is amazingly and incredibly connected. Newly divorced Ben (Thomas Middleditch, "Silicon Valley") has hit rock bottom, but fate seems to intervene each time he tries to kill himself.
Six months after his best suicide attempt, he's doing slightly better thanks to therapy and the kindness of his neighbor Tabby (Diana Bang, "Bates Motel") until he gets some life-altering news: His parents had adopted a baby girl but gave it up once they found out that they were pregnant with Ben.
Armed with adoption-agency records, he believes he's found his "sister" in Hanna (Jess Weixler, "The Good Wife"), a textbook manic pixie dream girl he'd coincidentally met at the pharmacy the day before.
There's a strange, otherworldly spark between them, and against their better judgement they find themselves falling for each other.
But sometimes things are too good to be true, and Ben soon learns that the world might just be more inexplicable than he ever imagined.
'Entanglement' is a fascinating piece of cinema, a philosophical comedy with a twisted heart about how life teaches us lessons in the strangest possible ways.
is an award winning producer/writer/director based in Vancouver and Los Angeles. He recently directed/produced the indie feature THAT BURNING FEELING (starring John Cho, Tyler Labine, and Paulo Costanzo). The film played numerous festivals, won Best Feature at VIFF, and was released in both the USA and Canada by eOne Films and Search Engine Films in 2014.
I'm looking for a release date...