Kendra and Beth

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Showings

The Main 4 Sun, May 8 7:00 PM
The Main 4 Wed, May 18 9:30 PM
Virtual
Virtual Available In:USA
Ticket Prices
General Public:$15.00 (+$2 online fee)
Members:$10.00 (no online fee)
Student:$8.00 (box office only)
Film Info
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:New American Visions
LGBTQ+ Currents
Minnesota Made
Tags:Comedy
Drama
Family Drama
Dramedy
Minnesota Made
LGBTQ+ Currents
Relationship
Dark Comedy
Release Year:2022
Runtime:86 min
Country/Region:USA
Festivals & Awards:Winner Best of Fest - Lone Star Film Festival
Honorable Mention - Woodstock Film Festival
Language:English
Print Source:Dean Peterson
Cast/Crew
Director:Dean Peterson
Producer:Reilly Myklebust
Cinematographer:Darin Quan
Screenwriter:Dean Peterson
Editor:Dean Peterson
Principal Cast:Kate Lyn Sheil
Eleanore Pienta
Whitmer Thomas
Catherine Curtain
Phil Matarese

Description

Director Dean Peterson Attending.

In this ‘quirky comedy character study,’ Beth is decidedly a misfit, the only female employee at a sausage company and the family breadwinner, living with her mom and brother, misfits themselves. When she meets her polar opposite, the outgoing Kendra, sparks fly.

Beth supports her mother, an isolated woman who obsessively watches Julia Roberts movies, and her brother, an outsider artist whose world was shattered after a failed relationship. Living day-to-day and week-to-week, Beth’s life is one of ordered tedium. She is unprepared for the likes of Kendra, a waitress who can neither hold down a job nor a relationship. An engaging slice-of-life story with standout performances.


Director Biography

Dean Peterson

Dean Peterson is a filmmaker from Brooklyn, NY who considers Minneapolis to be his hometown. He is the director of the documentary short “Stop Telling Women to Smile” (2014), and the shorts “Ving Rhames” (2014), “Sea Beach Local” (2015), and “Killing Baldacci” (2016) and the features Incredibly Small (2010) and What Children Do (2017). Kendra and Beth (2022) is his most recent feature film.


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