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One Simple Question

One Sim­ple Ques­tion (direct­ed by Derek Alan Rowe and Chris Rodriguez) fol­lows a young cou­ple as they leave behind the com­forts of land and begin a life of adven­ture at sea aboard a small sail­boat. Their goal is to sail north until they find an ice­berg. Cramped in tight quar­ters, togeth­er they endure sleep­less nights, thick fog, rough weath­er and icy north­ern water. After a voy­age of over 1600 miles, they come across their first piece of ice, which hap­pens to be part of the Peter­mann ice-island, the biggest ice­berg found in the last six decades, attract­ing both the atten­tion and con­cern of cli­ma­tol­o­gists inter­na­tion­al­ly. The couple’s quest brings them lessons in the joy of a delib­er­ate life, a greater under­stand­ing of nature and a new path in the pur­suit of hap­pi­ness. All that is need­ed is the courage to set sail against the winds, break­ing life’s con­ven­tion­al waves!

Released in 2012
Run­ning time: 76 min­utes

3:50 pm on Fri., Nov. 6th at SJCT’s Gubel­man The­ater
12:30 pm on Sat., Nov. 7th at SJCT’s Gubel­man The­ater