Dir. B.C. Fields
Starring Darryl Ross
The CTC was given the opportunity to prescreen the new feature length film by Grand Rapids writer/director B.C. Fields. Fields’ latest project entitled Fiction explores the world of a troubled heroin addict movie director haunted by his past.
This movie is a HUGE step forward from B.C. Fields first project, Kill Day, which was a shock value induced, plotless, dialog-less, kill/punch fest. The new movie has a intriguing plot centered around repressed memories and drugs. Fields does stick to his roots as there are a few VERY shocking scenes that will leave you in a total WTF state of mind. Those scenes however are few and far between and most of the movie consists of boring monologues and drags. The runtime of 1hr and 44mins could have been cut to under an hour and the plot would have still been in tact. The last 30mins of the film are pure gold. Darryl Ross did a great job acting in this film but it is overshadowed by the atrocious acting by everyone else in the movie.
- don’t watch this with your significant other
- bring popcorn, the bag will double as a vomit receptacle
- don’t watch this by yourself
If you’re looking for a fun heroin trip, watch this film.