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Director: Mumtaz Hussain
Writers: Mumtaz Hussain, Monica Mehta
Stars: Nate Dushku, Lindsay Goranson, Jerome Brooks Jr.
Dean and Isabella are the quintessential New York City couple. Isabella provides passion and inspiration for Dean’s large and colorful canvases. Isabella, a mathematics undergraduate student at Columbia University lives in a vivid world of geometrical shapes and symmetry. Their relationship is unique, a merger between shape and color. Between art and mathematics. That is, until the day Dean receives the news. Isabella is dead. Her absence is even more haunting because of the mysterious nature of her death, a crime still unsolved. A suicide, the police have concluded. Dean is shrouded in dismay and his art is suffering. He is uninspired. Frustrated, Dean splatters his canvas with paint. All abstractions. Images start to form in the midst of chaotic and abstract brush strokes. Dean follows the clues that his paintings provide. The accuracy of his paintings is striking! Yet his path leads toward Dean’s greatest fear – the reflection of his own mind. Does he succeed? Written by Monica Mehta
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Release Date: 2012 (USA)