1. The state of being entangled.
2. A difficult or complicated relationship.
3. Scientific phenomenon that occurs when two particles are fundamentally connected so that the state of one cannot be described without the other.
While searching for the meaning of his existence, Ben Layten (Thomas Middleditch) discovers that he very nearly, almost had an adopted sister – and, with the help of his neighbor, Tabby Song (Diana Bang), Ben sets out to find this not-quite sibling in an effort to find out if his life could have been different.
When he finally tracks down his would-be sister and discovers the mysterious, Hanna Weathers (Jess Weixler), Ben stumbles upon a very different relationship than he’d been hoping for… Soon, Ben is being pulled back to life – dragged by Hanna into an exciting world of adventure and wonder and the seemingly impossible. Ben is forced to confront some dark truths as he faces the possibility that everything he thinks he knows about himself, and about Hanna, just isn’t real… and that life, and love, is a lot more complicated than he ever imagined.
Entanglement is a magical, impossible, all too real film about the things we keep inside ourselves – about learning to let go of our fears and about accepting the fact that, on some level, everything is connected.
THOMAS MIDDLEDITCH can currently be seen as Richard Hendrix, the central character in Mike Judge’s (Emmy nominated) series on HBO, SILICON VALLEY. Thomas recently starred in the feature films JOSHY (Sundance ’16), THE FINAL GIRLS, and THE BRONZE (Sundance ’15) opposite Melissa Rauch from “The Big Bang Theory”. Thomas has also been featured on THE OFFICE, playing the role of Dwight Schrute’s brother, and he was “Fuzzy” in the Paramount Pictures feature, FUN SIZE. Other film work includes: WOLF OF WALL STREET, BRASS TEAPOT, THE KINGS OF SUMMER, THE OTHER GUYS, BEING FLYNN, and SPLINTERHEADS. Thomas is a regular performer at UCB, he is a member of THE IMPROVISED SHAKESPEARE COMPANY and creates and performs comedy shorts with College Humor.
DIANA BANG was born and raised in Vancouver, B.C. She got her start in acting with the Asian-Canadian sketch comedy group, Assaulted Fish. Since then, she has had film and television roles in The Killing, Bates Motel, Entanglement and Master Cleanse. She is most known for her role as Sook in Seth Rogen’s The Interview.
JASON FILIATRAULT is a screenwriter and social-media hack whose credits include the award-winning web series ‘Bunny Hug’, the hit CityTV comedy series ‘Young Drunk Punk’, and the inexplicably popular Twitter-account @SarcasticRover. Jason is a graduate of the Canadian Film Centre and the National Screen Institute, as well as West Dover Elementary School in Calgary, Alberta.