It looks like Kathryn is set for a new independent feature film.
Kensho at the Bedfellow, a film about a guy in NYC searching for freedom and fulfillment in all the wrong places.
Dan Bender is 33 and trapped by almost everything: his overnight job, his manipulative ex-girlfriend, his unforgivable dad, his growing debt, and his quiet desperation…
Still reeling from the death of a loved one years ago, Dan’s nihilism has smothered his passion as a playwright. His bravado and mindless consumption continue to push him further and further from himself.
A glimmer of hope emerges when Dan is reunited with Kate Darrow, a beautiful but troubled childhood friend, back from work overseas. But as Dan’s past begins to catch up with him, he finds himself very much alone -- submerged in an odyssey of sex, drugs, and self-destruction as he searches desperately for freedom.
What he ultimately finds in his darkest hour, however, is illumination beyond his wildest comprehension. But can he fully metabolize his experience? And how is it relevant to the world...?
Kensho at the Bedfellow is a Hero’s Journey. Through the lens of Dan’s consciousness, the film explores the nature of fulfillment, relationships, family, social conscience, sex, death, religion, life purpose, and the role that self-reflection plays on the global stage.
Find out more at the homepage of Kensho at the Bedfellow.
Other pages to be updated for Kathryn's new film project:
The movie maker already added a video to Kensho at the Bedfellow, but I guess you'll see clips of other projects of the actors. Kathryn's scene is snagged from the Mother's House trailer.