130.5 Level 16 (2018) an interview with Peter Outerbridge
This week, Becky sits down with Peter Outerbridge to talk about his new film Level 16.
Written and directed by The story follows 16-year-old Vivian is and always has been the Vestalis boarding school, supposedly a refuge from an outside world rendered toxic. It’s a neglected, antiseptic institution where girls without families are monitored, their day scheduled practically to the minute, and “education” consists of a constantly repeated list of “feminine virtues” – obedience, cleanliness, patience and humility – preached by a matriarch and propagandized in moral-hygiene films.
Opening in select theatres across the country starting March 15th and on VOD after that. Make sure you get more info at the Raven Banner website.