Computer programmer Simon J. (Jeremy Sisto) wakes one morning to find a plain brown package in his apartment. He unwraps it, but nothing is inside. Despite attempts to secure his apartment, the mysterious packages keep appearing. While security cameras watch his every move, Simon is pushed even closer to the edge: He is plagued by hallucinations and a craving for milk. Frantically, he searches for answers about the mysterious forces taking over his life. A Kafka-esque nightmare set in the not-too-distant future, One Point O is that rare film that manages to merge a highly stylized visual sense with an intellectually stimulating narrative.
Trevor Groth, Senior Programmer at Sundance Film Festival DeconstructingSundance.com