A man’s sexual addiction threatens to take over his life, costing him his lover, his apartment and possibly his job. After five years, Todd escapes from his stale relationship by secretly prowling public toilets and the Internet looking for anonymous sex. When his boyfriend John catches Todd in flagrante in the bathroom at his workplace, he beats Todd up and throws him out of their apartment. Homeless, Todd is forced to live at his office, but his compulsion for sex also throws his job into jeopardy. –IMDb
Born on November 11, 1966 in the town of Bangor, Maine, he studied film at the American Film Institute and the Rhode Island School of Design and directing at Brown University.
After a string of widely screened and praised short films he shot his first feature film, Frisk (Sundance, Berlin, Toronto ’96) a hyper-controversial adaptation of the novel of the same name. Featuring PXL vision, video, and super 8, the film assaulted audiences. Praised and reviled, it more importantly proved that Verow was an original voice that could not be ignored.
In 1997, Verow shifted creative gears. It was while searching for a more intimate film language with his new improvisational acting troupe that he happened to experiment with digital video technology. This led to the award winning films of his Addiction Trilogy; Little Shots of Happiness (Berlin 97, SXSW 97, Mill Valley ’97), Shucking the Curve (SF IndieFest 99, No Dance ’99.) and The Trouble with Perpetual… read more