By Sonja Lynn Mata
Directed By Will Quam
It’s harvest season in the Emerald Triangle. Buds are plucked and secrets are exhumed as two young women struggle to maintain a garden under the watchful eye of a madman.
James and Tia uproot their lives and move to Natchez, Mississippi, complete with nosey neighbors and extreme religious doctrine. But as James becomes more and more obsessed with a local myth, Tia sees a change in the man she married and their lives begin to unravel.
With enemies perched along their border and invasion on the horizon, the citizens of a small community are just looking for someone to blame. Swiss absurdist Max Frisch's examination of bigotry and privilege is as unsettling now as it was in 1961.