Tomlin, a psychiatrist, has a disturbing conversation with one of his patients– a brilliant mathematician named Ersheim, who intends to prove the existence of a secret integer between three and four. “Bleem”
Absurd as it may be, Tomlin can’t shake the idea. It nags at him, compelling him to dig deeper, eventually unraveling his preconceived notions of time and space.
They have a great production blog with videos of the lighting setups, set building, and shooting.
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