Keane

Keane

Movie: Keane
Director: Lodge Kerrigan
Produced by: Populist Pictures, Soda Pictures, Studio Fierberg
Released By: Magnolia Pictures
MPAA Rating: R

American independent filmmaker Lodge Kerrigan returned after a six-year hiatus with this formally challenging tale of a disheveled man desperately searching New York City for his young daughter. Keane takes its name from its central character, a middle-aged man who wanders Port Authority with a seemingly tenuous grasp of his sanity, muttering to himself and causing altercations with passers-by. He claims to have lost his daughter at a bus station, and consistently pleads for assistance from indifferent authority figures. When he’s not roaming the streets, he uses his meager savings to rent out a room nightly in a cheap hotel, there, he meets Lynn, a single mother with a daughter, Kyra, almost the same age as Keane’s missing child. As he grows closer to Lynn and Kyra, he starts to see the young girl as instrumental in deciphering his own loss. Keane premiered at the 2004 Toronto Film Festival before securing a 2005 theatrical release.

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