*Online Premiere* A dissatisfied man attempting to be an actor struggles to connect with his profession and the people around him. “Unwholly Moments,” by director Andy Rayner, is our first feature in awhile and it’s a doozy. Clocking in at 115 minutes and largely revolving around a series of encounters Rod has with sex workers, the film is an unflinching depiction of depression and a lack of meaningful human connection. The series of vignettes alternates back and forth between the unsettling sexual interactions, awkward dates filled with unrequited lust, distressing phone calls with his parents, and demoralizing auditions — the roles he’s forced into are mostly generic, offensive Latino stereotypes. To add to the mess, Rod shows signs of OCD, as when he becomes obsessed with whether or not he turned off the stove. It’s a dark cycle, and there’s no relief in sight. Robin Zamora stars as Rod, and it’s quite the performance, unflashy but painfully real. [Watch on YouTube]. (115 minutes). Directed by Andy Rayner. Starring Robin Zamora, Katarina Hughes, Jill Evyn, Dominic Matteucci, Liesel Hanson, Ryan DeQuintal, Catherine Ramos, Michael Clark, Fred Mancuso, Jennifer Robyn Jacobs. DP: Alex Wilson. Edited by Robin Zamora. Executive Producer: Robin Zamora. Co-Producer Andy Rayner. Associate Producer Ryan DeQuintal. Sound department: Eric Tormey and Adrian Arroyo. Special Effects Alice Rosales. Original Score by Porcelain Pale.