Particles of Truth (2003)
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Life, love, and the fear of failing . . . Lilli Black, battling her painful memories and the secrets surrounding her dying father, collides with the complicated and obsessive life of Morrison Wiley on the streets of New York City. This peculiar love story exposes Lilli's internal bouts and her nightmarish "bad luck." We weave in and out of eight defective lives and go for a turbulent mental ride where Lilli's reality spirals out of control and we're led to an unforgettable climax where some fall apart and some piece themselves together.
Particles of Truth is about life, love and the fear of failing. Deprived of trust, love and confidence, these loners struggle to feel worthy of success and an honest connection to another person. As the truth unfolds, their realities spiral out of control and we're led to a climax where some fall apart and some piece themselves together.
"Particles of Truth" stars Jennifer Elster and Gale Harold, best known for his portrayal of Brian on Showtime's "Queer As Folk". "Particles of Truth" is a story about life, love and the fear of failing. Compressed into an intense 48 hour period leading up to a young artist's first big show, this story of love and self-awareness takes us on an emotional ride, right up to its riveting conclusion.
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