Sundance audiences better be prepared for something very, very strange when they set foot in screenings of Calvin Lee Reeder's The Oregonian
. Reeder has already built a loyal cult with his previous short films - The Rambler
in particular - and the same bizarre qualities and dream logic that drove his shorts are in full effect with his feature debut.True Blood
's Lindsay Pulsipher takes the lead in this one, which the festival describes like this:
There is a place. A place where the skies are wide and the forests are thick--and strange. You can lose yourself forever in these woods. You'll meet truckers with problems and old women with strange powers. You may even make a furry friend. Just be sure to stay quiet. Spend some time with a woman from Oregon who is lost on the road and running away from her past. Now she has a chance to experience everything the grotesque Northwest has to offer, whether she likes it or not.
Pulsipher is a veteran of Reeder's short films and seeming game for anything. In one particularly striking moment of The Rambler
she very literally pukes her guts out into the face of a man while having sex with him. Will they push anything that far this time out? You'll get your first clue in the film's teaser below.
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