Ross Partridge / Jennifer Lafleur – director / actress – Lamb
Ross Patridge tells us a strange friendship, an unsettling relationship, pure but bumpy, a meeting of two lonely souls that have an enourmous age gap between them; this could keep them apart , but instead it brings them together. It was a difficult and dangerous path the one Ross Patridge chose to take, but the risk was worth taking.
The question is: if the roles were reversed, if it was a mature woman and a young boy, would have all been so challenged by the film? Jennifer Lafleur tells her thoughts about this…and we could not agree more. have a listen…
LAMB: The life of David Lamb is in shambles: shortly after his divorce, he also had to face his father’s death. When everything seems lost, he meets Tommie in a parking lot: an eleven-year-old girl, somewhat of an awkward loner. And everything changes: feeling the urge to finally do something positive, David sets off with the girl in a journey toward the Rocky Mountains. Surrounded by wilderness and breathtaking landscapes, the unlikely pair gets to know each other as their lives slowly open up to one another.