Hungercult Films debut feature Where the Dogs Divide Her, has been picked up by R-Squared films for distribution in 2011.
“Martin Rutley Where the Dogs Divide Her is a surreal ghost story/murder mystery
As an unborn child dreams, a nameless stranger sits in a bathroom, his hands bloodied and trembling as he ponders a double murder he has no memory of committing.
This man has no memory or known identity and in his efforts to find his true self, he is split in three separate components (three aspects of amnesia) and slowly unearths a horrifying family secret surrounding the unsolved violent deaths of his parents But before the he can come to terms with his crimes and escape this prison of the mind, first the killer must make contact with ghosts from a long-forgotten past – shadowy souls whose only purpose is to lure others into their hellish trap.
Where The Dogs Divide Her explores varied themes: nostalgia, loss of identity, and the ongoing psychological-war between desire and reason. ”
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