Watch: Trailer for 'Dear Zachary' Director's Intriguing Sci-Fi 'Shuffle'
If you've yet to discover the heartbreaking documentary Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father (watch it on Netflix Instant now), you're missing out on one of the best docs of the past five years and a really good cry. Director Kurt Kuenne, however, isn't exactly a star filmmaker, but he's sticking to his guns and has been making the rounds at film festivals with a narrative feature film called Shuffle. The film calls back to Groundhog Day with the story of a man who keeps waking up at various points in his life and must piece together why this is happening and how to make it stop. And now we have the first trailer below!
Here's the trailer for Kurt Kuenne's Shuffle brought to our attention by Movies.com:
Shuffle is written and directed by Kurt Kuenne (Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father) as his first non-documentary feature film. The film follows T.J. Thyne (Lovell Milo) as he starts to experience his life out of chronological order and must figure out how to stop it. The film has been making a decent impression on the film festival circuit and recently won Best Narrative Feature at the Garden State Film Festival, and Best Picture and Best Director at the Phoenix Film Festival with Screen Media Films picking it up for distribution and sending it to theaters and VOD sometime this summer. Anyone interested?
Pretty awesome concept, but it looks incredibly poorly executed. It's a shame. Black and white seems unnecessary.
Mr. Tibbs on Apr 9, 2012
That's exactly how I felt about Dear Zachary, minus the black and white part.
norm on Apr 9, 2012
its like every day hes shufflin....8D but seriously this doesn't look that great
Jericho on Apr 9, 2012
Crapola on Apr 9, 2012
Change the terrible typeface, I reckon that would improve it 6000 percent.
Crapola on Apr 9, 2012
So this is what the BONES cast (minus it's stars) did during their hiatus, I guess?
Kidgamer on Apr 9, 2012
guest on Apr 9, 2012
Damn ,you stole my lines 🙂 . Kurt Vonnegut ftw.
Guest on Apr 9, 2012
I sure as hell wanna see it.
Peter on Apr 10, 2012
Well, count me in! I love the cast of Bones, first off, so this looks like fun. I loved the last line "That was two days ago...."
kitano0 on Apr 11, 2012
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