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Therapist, The
Directed by
Ron Eyal

USA / 2018 / 14:50
minutes

New York Premiere

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SYNOPSIS:
Adam, a newly-trained therapist, is anxious before his first session, but a lack of confidence is just the start of his problems. On his arrival at his practice, he’s thrown by the presence of a mysterious intruder, Aisha, waiting in his consulting room. When Adam’s first patient, divorcee Lonnie, resists working with him, Aisha wants to help treat her. But Aisha’s presence stirs emotion within Adam himself, as he struggles to keep a hold on reality and a lid on his own psychological issues.
BIO:
Ron Eyal’s work includes the feature drama Stranger Things, which won the Grand Jury Prizes at the Slamdance Film Festival, the Woodstock Film, Festival and the Raindance Film Festival, and was a New York Times Critic’s Pick. He is an alum of New York University’s Graduate Film Program, a fellow of the Toronto International Film Festival Talent Lab and was selected by Filmmaker Magazine as one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film.
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Adeel Akhtar, Marion Bailey, Souad Faress
Executive Producer(s): Kai-Lu Hsiung
Producer(s): Nancy Ryan, RSA / Black Dog Films
Director(s): Ron Eyal
Screenwriter(s): Ron Eyal, Eleanor Burke
Cinematographer(s): Steven Cameron Ferguson
Editor(s): Matthew C. Levy
Production Designer(s): Boady Shoals
Sound Designer(s): Tom Joyce
 
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