Shane Belcourt performs triple duty as director, co-writer and director of photography about an odd ball geologist (Kristian Bruun) and his relationship with a pretty musician (Cara Gee).
Damon, the geologist spends his waking hours searching for that elusive something. Whether it is for deeper meaning, love, or just “treasure” on the beach with his metal detector, it is to no avail. So when Damon meets an offbeat musician named Phoebe handing out flyers for a one way trip to Mars, a bond quickly forms.
She’s going to help him find that thing he is looking for by sending him 33.9 million miles away, even though what he needs might be right in front of him. The film hints at a love relationship rather than a plutonic one, and one can hardly tell where everything is heading even half way through the movie. But the waywardness of the two individuals are nothing out of the ordinary and their gatherings grow tiresome quite soon. Bruun and Gee carry the film for all that is worth.
The film is shot in Toronto with may familiar sights that should please audiences watching the film at the Canadian Film Fest for which this film has been chosen as the Opening Film.