Black Marigolds is a drama steeped in literature. Following writer Ryan Cole and his wife Kate as they move to an off season vacation home on a frigid lake in Northern California so that Ryan can finish his new novel. At first everything is perfect for two people who need only each other to be happy. But soon Kate begins to notice Ryan forgetting things, and as his frustration grows so does her concern for him. While he refuses to seek help, he becomes increasingly volatile and unpredictable. Finally it will be up to Kate to choose between the pleasant past or the terrible future.
Plot Keywords: writer / vacation-home / lake / northern-california / mental-illness
Taglines: It’s hard to hold onto love, when you’re losing your mind.
Cast: Rachel Boston , Noah Bean , Paul Ben-Victor , Melinda Lee , Greyson Chadwick , William A. Robertson
Company: Indie Rights
Country: United States
Released Date: n/A
Film Location: Palomar Mountain, California, USA
Runtime: 84 min
Aspect Ratio: n/A
tsanborn79 » Great movie. I saw this at the Boston International Film Festival on 4/13 the 7th session at 10:15 and thought it was a great. It showed how difficult it can be to watch someone you love slowly pass away while there is nothing you can do to save them. The movie has a lot of literature quotes and is centered around him writing a novel in the woods while his wife accompanying him on the trip. Soon she sees him struggling to write and do every day tasks. The acting and the writing were terrific. The disease the actor portrayed was difficult and he did a spectacular job.I hope this movie gets picked up for wider distribution.
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