Things That Are Round
About Things That Are Round
Tetherly, a dentist specializing in existential terror, and Nina, an aspiring opera singer who just might be the worst babysitter ever, square off in a strange ballet of truth or dare. But is this a game anyone can even win? In Kimball’s dark comedy, a la Thelma and Louise meets George and Martha on steroids, “Things That Are Round” upends stereotypes and subverts traditional tropes of love stories, psychological thrillers, and the ‘living room drama,’ while exploring the lengths we will go for human connection.