A house tuner provides clients with an odd service in Michael Tyburski’s offbeat drama ‘Palimpsest’

Posted in Film, Short Films
By Sam Bathe on 9 Dec 2014



Starring Joel Nagle and Kathleen Wise, offbeat short Palimpsest follows a successful house tuner who provides clients with a bizarre form of therapy. Visiting houses to fine tune their living space, Michael Tyburski’s film was co-written by producer Ben Nabors and is a bizarre yet captivating short about the little quirks that make us tick. Beautifully shot by Todd Banhazl, the visual style of the film really sets the tone from the start.

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