Proxy Review


    What starts out as a depressing foray into the crippling psyche of a parent who loses their child, ends up becoming a study in selfishness and lunacy in Zack Parker’s dark drama Proxy.  The characters, as well as the audience, are forced onto a roller-coaster of emotions as each deal with the horrific grief of loss in their own unique and twisted way.  In this film, nothing is as black-and-white as it seems, and virtually nobody is who they pretend to be.  It is a very good effort by Parker and the cast, and is sure to leave an impression on anyone who watches it (especially those who are parents). read more