The Trouble with Bliss
|The Trouble with Bliss|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Michael Knowles|
|Produced by||Michael Knowles
|Screenplay by||Michael Knowles
Douglas Light (Novel)
|Starring||Michael C. Hall
|Music by||Daniel Alcheh|
|Edited by||Chunwoo Kae|
|Distributed by||7A Productions|
|Running time||97 minutes|
Morris Bliss, aged 35, wants to travel but he has no money. He needs to find a job but has no prospects. Bliss still shares an apartment with his widowed father and the premature death of his mother is still present and has left him emotionally "walled up". He finds himself in an odd relationship with the 18-year-old daughter of a former classmate. This is followed up by Morris discovering his static life unraveling and opening up.
Box office performance
The Trouble with Bliss won Best Narrative Feature at the 2011 San Diego Film Festival. It was the opening night film at the 2011 Naples International Film Festival and the 2011 Newport Beach Film Festival.
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