Toronto, Sept 19 (Canadian-Media): Directed by Kazik Radwanski, TIFF 2019 movie ‘Anne at 13,000 ft’ narrates the exhausting cinematic experience of Anne portrayed with the elements of emotions and intellectuality, keeps the viewers spellbound during its 75-minute running time.
Anne at 13,000 ft/Image credit: TIFF
Anne's conflict with herself regarding her poor performance in the daycare where she works, her crumbling relationships with her newly found love in Matt is described with a fairy-tale approach. This is wildly contrasted with Anne's diving, portrayed as awakening with passion and rage from the slumber of confusion brings to the movie and element of psychology to the movie.
The dramatic portrayal of the rationalisation of Anne's mental illness with an element of humaneness has been intuitively described.
The cast of the movie is Deragh Campbell, Matt Johnson, Dorothea Paas, Lawrene Denkers.
The films's Executive Producers are Nathan Silver, C. Mason Wells and its Producers are Dan Montgomery, Kazik Radwanski
Toronto-born Radwanski's shorts include the Festival selections Princess Margaret Blvd, Out in that Deep Blue Sea. Green Crayons and Scaffold (17).
His feature films include Tower and How Heavy This Hammer, both of which played the Festival. Anne at 13,000 ft (19) is his latest film.
(Reporting by Asha Bajaj)