The Monster and the Peanut
Albert Crim, 22:14

THE MONSTER AND THE PEANUT is about a man who believes the tragic death of his young daughter can be explained by the rules of traffic flow. It suggests that for some people, science (the repository of reason) becomes a substitute religion, which can explain away the troubling uncertainty of the world.


Directed by Franklin Jin Rho. Written by Albert Crim. Produced by Brian Udovich. Edited by David Kashevaroff. Photographed by Darren Genet. Production design by Arjuna Imel. Music by Mark Schulz. Principal cast: Bo Foxworth, Anne Ramsey, Dean Haglund, Alyssa Baric, Pablo Moix.