BUFF 2019: Bianca Tomchin’s ‘Supine’ Is A Sheer Work Of Art

Supine is a short film from the mind of debut director Bianca Tomchin, starring Megan Hind (Cleverman TV series), Ryan Morgan (Ultraviolence 2018), and Aaron Healey (Suburban Wildlife 2019).

The film is set up in vignettes, and follows a woman named Niamh who is locked in a gated compound and communicates in a strange language that is mostly movement-based. She is seeking a way out of the compound, and seems to have found a way—but what will it cost her?

This film is a virtual work of art. Megan Hind is spectacular as Niamh, and it is impossible to take your eyes off of her while she is on the screen. While some of the vignettes are not as successful, the first one is so amazing that it is strong enough to carry the entire film.

Just WOW. Supine is playing at the Boston Underground Film Festival during the Dark [Mid]Night of the Soul Shorts program at 11:59 p.m. on March 22, 2019.

“The Boston Underground Film Festival (BUFF) celebrates unconventional stories, idiosyncratic voices, fever dreams, nightmarish visions, and all manner of cinematic forms, in service of an audience ravenous for an annual sensory bacchanalia from beyond the mainstream.”

About Christine Burnham

When not writing, Christine Burnham is watching TV, Horror films, reading, cooking, and spending time with her menagerie of animals.

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