The small and powerful Sundance drama “A Love Song” has found worldwide distribution in Sony’s Stage 6 Films and Bleecker Street, Variety has learned exclusively.
The acclaimed two-hander about love, loss and loneliness is led by Dale Dickey (“Winter’s Bone,” “Hell or High Water”) and honorary Academy Award winner Wes Studi (“Hostiles,” “The Last of the Mohicans”).
The film, sitting at 93% fresh on critic aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, marks the writer-director debut of Max Walker-Silverman. Bleecker Street will release the film to domestic theaters this summer, while Stage 6 is currently charting the international release strategy.
Dickey plays Faye, a wanderer who stations herself at an idyllic campsite in the Colorado Mountains – cooking simple meals, retrieving crawfish from a trap and scanning her old box radio for a station. She also awaits the arrival of Lito (Studi), a childhood sweetheart she hasn’t seen in decades. The two widowed companions spend a meaningful evening reminiscing.
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