ABOUT THE FILM
Tom Solomon is a dedicated academic. Tough but fair. Shrewd yet patient. He is the cooler head. A firm believer in American institutions and the education system, he is committed to making the best of a bad situation. So when one of his students accuses another of cheating on the mid-term RTTI, an exam designed to measure "hardship", his skills as an administrator are put to the test.
Originally written as a short story, 'Acid Test' began with a singular and overriding question at its heart:
“How does one measure suffering?”
Assuming anything like that could be quantified objectively, the “what-if” at the heart of our film is at once serious and absurd, its implications ominous and ridiculous.
FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION
After completing our post-production last November, “Acid Test” is currently under consideration for festival screening.
Online release forthcoming.
For updates or questions, please contact the filmmakers!
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