A girl drinks alone at a bar. There she meets a handsome stranger who lures her away for the adventure of a lifetime. Together, they journey deep into the lush rain forests of the Pacific Northwest where she becomes intoxicated by the beauty of the land and by her mysterious companion. For her it is a journey of self-discovery and growth. Little does she know that she is hurtling closer to a tragic fate.
René Brar was born and raised on the soggy slopes of Vancouver, BC. He
studied film at Yale University and interned with venerable indie producer
Christine Vachon at Killer Films. While at Killer, René worked on such films as
Happiness (Todd Solodnz) and Velvet Goldmine (Todd Haynes). After graduating
with distinction, he moved to Los Angeles where he worked as the Story Editor
for director Ridley Scott. Two years later, he returned to Yale where he earned a
master’s degree in religion and literature. René has won numerous awards
across Canada for his short films and scripts. Taylor’s Way is his first feature film.