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Crash Pad Directed
Kevin Tent USA / 2017 / 95 minutes
Times and Venues:
Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Bill Horberg, Kevin Tent
A hopeless romantic (Domhnall Gleeson) thinks he's found true love with an older woman (Christina Applegate) only to learn that she's married and their encounter was merely an instrument of revenge against her neglectful husband (Thomas Haden Church). Initially out for blood, the husband finds himself strangely sympathetic to the romantic's plight and decides the best way for the two of them to get revenge is by moving in together, cutting her out and living a bachelor's life.
After attending Los Angeles City College's film school, Kevin Tent got his first break editing the film Not of This Earth for legendary B-movie producer Roger Corman. Simultaneously Tent tapped into the emerging US Independent film movement, cutting the underground hit Guncrazy directed by Tamra Davis and Citizen Ruth by director Alexander Payne (executive producer of Crash Pad). Tent has cut all of Payne's movies since including Election, Sideways, The Descendants (for which he received an Academy Award nomination) and, most recently, Downsizing. After his long and sordid career in editing, Tent makes his directorial debut with Crash Pad, an Original Black List selected screenplay written by Jeremy Catalino.
Cast/Featuring: Domhnall Gleeson, Thomas Haden Church, Christina Applegate, Nina Dobrev
Executive Producer(s): Alexander Payne, Kevin Tent, Dominic Ianno, Jon Ferro, Vicki Sotheran, Greg Malcolm
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