Presented with a mix of economy and mood, the short teaser for Trevor Juras' feature film debut, The Interior, gives you everything you need to know without telling you anything. A man suffering from the malaise of his urban existence goes into the woods to be by himself, or rather away from everyone else. Bad things probably happen.
If anyone had the pleasure of seeing any of Juras' short films, in particular, The Lamp, they will be well aware of the directors' ability to squeeze tension from as mundane an scenario as sharing a cab, and asking to use the bathroom in an apartment on a first date.
Shot in the forests of British Columbia, with an eye for mist and fog, and angst, The Interior will have its world premiere at this years Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal.