Matthew Doyle's debut 'Disquiet' heralds the arrival of a literate, semi-experimental U.S. filmmaker with a fearless vision.
- Bruce Fletcher
Director of the Dead Channel Channels Festival of Fantastic Film
A remarkable self-made film that is as witty and intelligent as it is unnervingly creepy.
- Douglas Pratt
Douglas Pratt is a regular columnist for Rolling Stone, author of Douglas Pratt's DVD-Video Guide and Doug Pratt's DVD.
|"Disquiet" premiered in 2007 at the Hoboken International Film Festival , screened three times at San Francisco's The Roxie in
The Dead Channels Festival of Fantastic Film and was shown in the Idaho International Film Festival.
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