THE GIRL BEHIND THE WHITE PICKET FENCE


Directed by Stefanie Schneider.  An artist's world of moving stills, "The Girl Behind the White Picket Fence" is a succession of Polaroid film stills.  One after another, this film takes this to the limit and still delivers.  Flowing with the rhythm of the music or in the energy the film portrays.  This is a one off, a complete window into an artists mind as she sees the world.  Sunny, hot, in love, open spaces evoking freedom but also banishment.  This film started out with a vision of grand collectiveness with all participants coming from Schneider's time in Hollywood ranging from directors to actors, producers to agents and writers to weirdos.


The American dream was alive and well in the motley group who fell in love with Schneider's idea to capture a story about love on Polaroid film.  The center of this story is the "Lonely Hearts Radio Station's DJ, who talks to the searching broken-hearted in the southern Californian desert.  A sad young girl calls in to better understand what is going on which results in an unexpected chain of events.  


Main characters:  Hans, the mystic played by the veteran actor Udo Kier.  Heather's young girl who's lost her parents played by Heather Megan Christie.  Radio station DJ played by the comic Steve Marshall.  Hank is the local garbage man played by Kyle Larson.


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Steve played Neal Price, an anal-retentive bookkeeper who lived at home with his mother until he embarks on a journey across America to discover a unique sound to "Open" Archipelago's Exchange.


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