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Weightless

Directed by: Jaron Albertin | 2018 | 1h 33m | Rated R

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After his ex-wife goes missing, a reclusive man must raise his estranged and obese son, attracting unwelcome attention from his small-town community while disrupting his own quiet existence.

Alessandro Nivola, Julianne Nicholson, and Johnny Knoxville star in this haunting drama of a man, living on the margins of society, who suddenly finds himself responsible for a ten year-old son whom he hasn’t seen since infancy. An alienated loner who can barely take care of himself, who struggles to forge a relationship with this lonely, at-risk child. Canadian director Jaron Albertin is a celebrated talent in the video and commercial world. In 2015, year he won the most prestigious award for advertising, the Palme d’Or at Cannes for his directorial work on Under Armour’s I Will What I Want campaign with Gisele Bündchen. His other numerous accolades include a Bronze Cannes Lion and additional Cannes Lion Shortlist, a prestigious D&AD Yellow Pencil (and additional Pencil nomination), Gold and Bronze Clio Awards, an AICP Award, and the PLUG Award for Music Video of the Year. WEIGHTLESS, co-written by BAFTA and Tony winning writer/playwright Enda Walsh (OnceHunger), is his feature film directorial debut.

“A stylistically assured piece of work.”
– SCREEN INTERNATIONAL

“There’s a sense of beauty and contemplation in Albertin’s work…”
– LOS ANGELES TIMES

“Several long, wordless stretches arise during the film, all of them thoughtful. Jaron Albertin, directing his first feature, cultivates tension in small moments and doesn’t force the drama.”
– NEW YORK TIMES