In the wake of a significant traumatic event, an emotional rift develops between a father and son as both struggle to come to terms with their grief. At night, the boy is haunted by a mysterious entity who is determined for vengeance.
Article by Luke Creely
Juncture is written and directed by myself and produced and edited by Jack.
Filmed on the Mornington Peninsula in Melbourne, it stars Rowan Howard and Kieran Cochrane in lead roles and features Paul Herbert, Emily Joy, Suzie Whyte and Cris Cochrane as the supporting cast.
Juncture tells the story of James and Danny Davey, a father and son who, in the wake of a significant traumatic event, struggle to come to terms with their grief, causing an emotional rift to develop between them.
At night, Danny is haunted by a mysterious entity who is determined for vengeance. Juncture is a film about silences, non-verbal communication and body language; it is a film which explores suppressed emotion and the extent to which such emotion can, over time and if left untended, manifest and materialise in bizarre, unpredictable and often frightening behaviour.