A dystopian sci-fi love triangle about a gay couple banished from a "genetically perfect" future. One of them is offered an escape by a woman named Eden but it implies genetic alteration and leaving his long-term partner. An intriguing foundation but director Connor Hurley doesn't harp on an ethical debate about DNA modification, rather focusing on a single instance, an isolated love story between 3 people. It's a bizarre vision, convincingly realized, but it's contained predominately within an apartment, and dwells in ordinary domestic concerns like jealousy & resentment more than societal ones. A fine technical & dramatic achievement, impressively made as a thesis film for NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Hurley is a talent to watch. (12 minutes) "One of the most poignant and disturbing bits of dystopian sci-fi we’ve seen this year." -Fantastic Fest. Official Selection: Vimeo Staff Picks, Brooklyn Film Festival, Seattle International, etc. Written, Produced and Directed by Connor Hurley. Starring Walker Hare, Stephen Sheffer and Alena Chinault. Director of Photography Michael Crommett.