Weston Currie's "The Perception of Moving Targets" carried the following one-line synopsis in the Sundance Film Festival's announcement this month: "A segmenting journey into the dreams of four neighbors."
The trailer for Currie's film shows a lot of evocative images, and that one of the neighbors seems to be a young woman nervous about her performance in an upcoming race. Of course, that's just an interpretation, and the images seem to serve as a Rorschach test for viewers.
"The Perception of Moving Targets" will play in the New Frontier program of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
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