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.
Say you're sitting at a table eating a meal. You're full. But there's still food on your plate. You're complaining about the lousy day you had at work. Maybe you just got fired. Divorced. Then someone says to you, "There are starving children in the world." That doesn't seem like a fair question. Does it? Originally written as a short story, 'Acid Test' began with a singular and overriding question at its heart: how does one measure suffering?
NOW IN POST-PRODUCTION
After a breezy October shoot we're now on our way into post! That means lots of sitting in front of computers, recording sound effects, composing music and all things solitary.
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