“Restless” is a story about two worlds and the man torn between them. The story follows a middle aged writer who is unable to finish his novel. He has been writing a futuristic self-portrait, but from how long it has taken him to find an ending, his created world is merging with his reality. In his novel, there is a conflict developing between a writer and the artist. The conflict is instigated further with the involvement of a prostitute. Similar to the experimental styles of Goddard and Lynch, “Restless” deals with the confusions of denial and the lusts of envy in two surreal worlds of restlessness and art.

100 minutes

Shown at

  1. Tucson International Jewish Film Festival - 2010
  2. Vancouver Jewish Film Festival - 2010

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