In a dark and strange world, a young man tries to break a vicious cycle of lust and murder.
When my friend, Chris Voss, came to me with a script he had written, I immediately jumped at the chance to direct it. On the surface the story seemed simple, but there was a dark poetry bubbling underneath and its nightmarish images of a fox and rabbit in a kind of ritualistic killing were both strange and evocative.
The world of the film is toxic, and our hero finds himself caught in a desperate struggle for change. But can he stop the evil that lurks wherever he goes? For his sake, and for ours, we certainly hope he can.
“Love in Kind” is, like all films, the culmination of many tireless nights and multiple twists and turns. And it would never have come together if it weren’t for the dream team that was my cast and crew.