“Born and raised in a quiet, industrial city, Oliver has grown comfortable, but without direction. Still living in his deceased parents’ house, he is contacted by Fenris, a mysterious gentleman who gives him an odd task to complete. Without knowing the man or his motivation, he complies and is rewarded. The tasks continue and provide purpose, but soon he begins to question the man and his intentions. Frustrated and back on his own, Oliver crosses paths with a young photographer named Raina, who introduces new energy to his life. The two fall in love, and all is well until the man returns with one more task to complete. Will Oliver succumb to his demands and does he have a choice?”
If that synopsis of the new film “There Are No Goodbyes” sounds interesting to you, you’ll want to head to Penn State Behrend on Friday.
The college in Harborcreek Township will host a free screening of Erie filmmaker John C. Lyons’ production at 9 p.m. on the lawn outside of the Reed Union Building. A Q&A with cast and crew members will follow.
Go to www.therearenogoodbyes.com to learn more.