TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan – This year’s Traverse City Film Festival will show the lighter side of the water crisis with the film Absurdistan. The comedy, set in a fictional village of the former Eastern bloc, explores what happens when virile village men decide a broken pipeline can wait and women boycott in protest. A classic battle of the sexes over a resource the arid region cannot do without, Variety calls Veit Helmer’s latest “a delightful fable sans dialogue…is too enjoyable to go unappreciated offshore.”
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Source: Traverse City Film Festival