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Trailer: Daisy Ridley Seeks Connection In Oregon Set ‘Sometimes I Think About Dying’

Daisy Ridley, seen last year in The Marsh King’s Daughter, plays an introverted office worker in Sometimes I Think About Dying. Set in the Oregon coast, Fran (Daisy Ridley) is more than fine with her cubicle based life until she meets new coworker Robert (Dave Merheje). Check out the trailer below!

Directed by Rachel Lambert (In The Radiant City), Sometimes I Think About Dying centers on Fran’s (Daisy Ridley) decision to connect with Robert (Dave Merheje). The trailer suggests Fran is pretty isolated in her world and seems pretty happy about the arrangement. Will reaching out to another human being help her personal growth, or is this a bad idea altogether.

Daisy Ridley in Sometimes I Think About Dying (Oscilloscope Laboratories)

Running at 91 minutes and rated PG-13, the movie is described as a dark comedy. The trailer has a more somber, reflective feel. Either way, it’s a release from Oscilloscope Laboratories (This Much We Know, Canary), and I absolutely love their cinematic output. Check out the trailer and let us know if Sometimes I Think About Dying is on your watch list!

CinemAddicts co-host Eric Holmes has an aversion to these type of movies, often labeling them as “indie porn.” I’m a sucker for indie features, and I am guessing this movie will be on my recommend list for January. Bruce Purkey reviewed Ridley’s previous feature The Marsh King’s Daughter:

Sometimes I Think About Dying, which had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, opens in theaters January 26.

Check out our in-depth review of All of Us Strangers on CinemAddicts:

Greg Srisavasdi
Greg Srisavasdihttps://findyourfilms.com/
I've been a movie reviewer/interviewer since 1991 (as a UCLA Daily Bruin scribe), worked at Westwood One. I am the editor/owner of the sites Deepest Dream and Find Your Film. " I can be reached at info@findyourfilms.com for inquiries or whatever the case may be!
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