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Filmed in black-and-white, 11:11 is the latest chapter in the ongoing cinematic universe between Toronto rock band Paint and filmmaker R. Stephenson Price.
Based on four brand new and interconnected Paint songs — from their Based on Truth and Lies EP (2015) — and taking cues from The Who’s Quadrophenia, Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man, Alice in Wonderland, and the films of Davids Cronenberg and Lynch, 11:11 is an hour-long experimental sci-fi film that portrays the abrupt end of an illicit love affair that leads a young man on a downward spiral, while forces beyond his control begin to intervene.
11:11's four-act structure — set in Toronto over four seasons in four years — follows Trevor's journey into oblivion through the colliding of multiple layers of consciousness and reality — where nothing is as it seems, or even as it is: a multi-layered look at our most basic needs gone awry.
Story of the Moral of the Story - The Making of 11:11
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Paint frontman Robb Johannes and director R. Stephenson Price take you behind the scenes of the making of their FACTOR-funded experimental sci-fi film 11:11 - a project completed over the course of nearly 4 years on a shoestring budget of $5000.