Synopsis by Bhob Stewart
Neil Grieve directed this sly, comic low-budget contempro conspiracy commentary. Stuart Bliss (Michael Zelniker), who devises ways to promote surplus military materials, is currently concocting a way to market Geiger counters as an ordinary household item. Arriving home early, he catches his wife Janet (Dea Lawrence) leaving on a mysterious trip. Stuart's suspicions verge on paranoia. Is he being watched? What causes the Geiger counters to react? Should he trust co-worker Ted (Derek McGrath)? Why do other people somehow know personal things about Stuart? Why does company assistant Katerina (also Dea Lawrence) resemble his wife? Shown at the 1998 L.A. Independent Film Festival.
paranoia, trust, wife