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Sutton puts the camera on the pulse of a feeling, creating something hypnotic, exposing the mystical in the mundane aspects of teenage life. There’s a gentle grace that pervades the film, juxtaposed by the raw and natural performances of its central characters. You allow the film to wash over you like a hazy dream that’s so subtle you might not even be cognizant to its effect until the credits roll and you’re jolted back to reality.
Filmmaker Tim Sutton Talks His Dreamy First Feature ‘Pavilion’
  1. Sutton puts the camera on the pulse of a feeling, creating something hypnotic, exposing the mystical in the mundane aspects of teenage life. There’s a gentle grace that pervades the film, juxtaposed by the raw and natural performances of its central characters. You allow the film to wash over you like a hazy dream that’s so subtle you might not even be cognizant to its effect until the credits roll and you’re jolted back to reality.

    Filmmaker Tim Sutton Talks His Dreamy First Feature ‘Pavilion’

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    Can’t wait to see this!