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Alistair Banks Griffin

“If Two Gates of Sleep was an impressionistic vision of a part of my youth in the South, The Wolf Hour is a reflection of my adulthood in New York City. It deals with similar themes of alienation and societal anxiety, and how these feelings contrast with even the most isolated of humans' need to connect on a physical and spiritual level, whether they live in a forest or an urban matrix.”

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    Alistair Banks Griffin United States, 2010

    Not all festival-hip indie films are shaggy dog stories. This Cannes-selected feature debut—produced by directors Sean Durkin (Martha Marcy May Marlene) and Antonio Campos (Simon Killer)—belongs to a group of filmmakers thankfully crafting indie cinema in European arthouse traditions.

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