29. June 2015 · Comments Off on René Brar’s ‘Martin’s Pink Pickle’ · Categories: Feature Films · Tags: , , , ,
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martins_pink_pickle_director_headshotShot in Vancouver, René Brar‘s Canadian Indie Film Martin’s Pink Pickle is an unlikely love story about two misfits who are both stuck in a relationship not of their choosing. Born and raised in Vancouver, Brar studied in the US and spent several years in Los Angeles where he worked as a story editor for Ridley and Tony Scott.

“Martin follows his longtime girlfriend to the small town of Hope, an ironically named hamlet where his dreams die a slow death.  His settled lifestyle is suddenly disrupted when he must take his best friend’s girl, Suzanne, on a trip back to the city for a secret abortion. But when fate conspires to strand them there for 24 hours, they must find a way to kill the time without killing each other.  What began as an awkward errand blossoms into a romantic awakening that will change their lives forever and – ultimately – leave them with some very difficult decisions to make.” – Martin’s Pink Pickle Official Website

Here’s the trailer.

Martin’s Pink Pickle was an Official Selection at the 2014 Vancouver International Film Festival and at the 2015 Fargo Film Festival.

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