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Anna returns from a few days out of town to discover a large pile of cardboard boxes taped together in the living room. Dave, her slacker boyfriend, is an artist who has a history of uncompleted projects, but now he’s finally going to complete the cardboard maze that takes up the living room, even if he’s trapped inside it. Anna does what any good partner does, and soon a group of friends enter the living room labyrinth to find and rescue Dave.
A gloriously realised, low budget, magical realist comedy, director Bill Watterson’s feature debut makes a nod to adventure films and existential comedies, but ultimately it retains its own unique, cardboard style. Winning the Audience Award at this year’s Slamdance, as well as the Jury Award at Omaha Film Festival, Dave Made A Maze is a joy to watch, and a true discovery.
“Dave certainly did make a maze, and it cannot be stated enough what a fantastic maze it is.” Film Pulse
Screens with the short film La Petite Mort
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