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Unidentified Objects

(NR) Quiver Distribution USA - 100 min
  • DIRECTOR: Juan Felipe Zuleta
  • STARRING: Matthew Jeffers (Peter), Sarah Hay (Winona Jordan), Roberta Colindrez (Lola), Hamish Allan-Headley (The Handsome Stranger)

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Peter is an uptight gay dwarf hiding from the world in a lonely apartment until his upbeat—and possibly unhinged—neighbor Winona wakes him up to borrow his car. Her destination? What she believes to be the site of an upcoming alien encounter. Desperate for a few bucks and a shot at redemption, he reluctantly sets out with her on a border-defying search for their place in the universe.


Overall Rating Based on 6 Reviews
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5 out of 5 stars


June 1, 2023
This film brought a sense of Belonging through the screen. It was very relative in a way of analogies how we look for our place in the universe. Are we a Peter or a Winona?

Randy Wicker
5 out of 5 stars

Greatest leading gay man performance I've ever seen!

June 1, 2023
This movie just captivates you from the beginning. Two strange people set out on what seems an "insane trip" together. Yes, they each live in a strange world but you fall in love with both of them. Their fights are both funny and real. It's the realness of their connection and genuine deepening friendship that makes this seemingly impossible journey totally cativating. I found it so gripping I watched it three times, dragging friends with me twice. I cannot praise this movie highly enough. I would predict it could become a "cult film" like Rocky Horror or Night of the Living Dead!

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5 out of 5 stars

A cosmic adventure

May 20, 2023
Weird & wonderful.

5 out of 5 stars

I loved it!!

May 18, 2023
One of the best movies of the year so far. I haven’t seen a lot of movies starring little people, hopefully this movie will change that. And it was funny, even when it was insanely sad also.

Dan C.
5 out of 5 stars

Pretty nice to look at

May 18, 2023
Cinematography was 10/10 and so were the performance. Felt pretty unique

5 out of 5 stars

A must-see for arthouse folx

May 18, 2023
Caught this at a local festival, blew my mind. I like feeling like I’m watching the start of a big movie career, and that’s what this was to me.