PANDORA’S PARADOX

PANDORA'S PARADOX (2004) - directed by Matthew Saliba

Pandora’s Paradox
Directed by: Matthew Saliba
Written by: Matthew Saliba
Produced by: Matthew Saliba
Cinematography by: Chris Alsop, Pierre Larouche
Edited by: Matthew Saliba
Cast: Joseph Ranger, Danielle Berthiaume, John M. Thomas, Mark Evin, Shelley Stevens, Elias C. Varoutsos, Glen Alexander, Paul Rogic
Year: 2004
Country: Canada
Language: N/A
Color: Color
Runtime: 24 mins

Description:
An old woman gives birth to a giant toe, which once fed milk, hatches into a young boy whose mind is forever messed up fateful night when he walks in on his parents’ rendition of “Dial K for Kinky.” Determined to escape the sexual and mental abuse of the scene, he decides to return home to the womb but quickly learns that getting back there, doesn’t come without a price.

Awards & Festivals:
Winner – Best Actor (John M. Thomas) – 2004 Moonrock Student Film and Video Festival
Winner – Best Actress (Danielle Berthiaume) – 2004 Moonrock Student Film and Video Festival
Official Selection – 2004 Fantasia International Film Festival
Official Selection – 2004 Bearded Child Film Festival
Official Selection – 2004 Moonrock Student Film and Video Festival
Official Selection – 2004 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival
Official Selection – 2005 Chaos Film Festival
Official Selection – 2005 Trangression Visuelle
Official Selection – 2005 Petites Morts: Projection d’Orgasme et de Sang
Official Selection – 2005 Silver Wave Film Festival
Official Selection – 2006 Yakuza Film Festival
Official Selection – 2011 Mascara and Popcorn Art and Film Festival

Reviews:
Grimly Fiendish by Jorge Palacios
Gorezone.net by Chris Mayo

Trailer:

 

 

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