The Most Unique Movie Poster You'll See All Month: Gardener of Eden

April 29, 2007
Source: film ick

It's an independent film you've never heard of, called Gardener of Eden, but stars a couple of big names, but that doesn't matter much. The best part of this film so far is the poster, which is one of the most unique posters I've ever seen. Just take a look, it'll be worth it!

It's directed by actor Kevin Connolly and with a plot described as: In this dark comedy, Adam Harris' (Lukas Haas) aimless life consists of working at a deli, living with his parents, hanging with his friends and - well, that's about it. Stuck in a rut, he loses it all, but soon finds new purpose when he accidentally captures a serial rapist.

I've also got to commend Lukas Haas, who I was first introduced to with that other great independent movie Brick and have since appreciated him in every film he's in. He seems like one of those actors who just embraces independent films and really adds such an immense depth to these little projects and makes them that much better.

Gardener of Eden

It's debuting at the Tribeca Film Festival currently underway now and is looking for a distributor, as it hasn't been bought yet. If anyone catches it, let us know what you think!

Update: The first review from Tribeca is in, check it out - not a great response so far.

[tags]Erika Christensen, Giovanni Ribisi, Kevin Connolly[/tags]

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