Brit and her adopted brother Joseph play a dark game and share a twisted past that has left both of them scarred and dangerous. The "game", a secret fetishistic obsession with mummification passed down to them by their father satisfies their deranged desire to collect love and adoration, and keep it forever.
This homage to the wild, talky, hallucinatory exploitation cinema of Andy Milligan comes with its very own barf bag. Sean Brown's KAKOON exemplifies no-budget innovations in underground filmmaking. Shot in Portland.
Screens with the short film AMIGO, I HAD A CHANCE directed by Bernie Roddy.