Chris Kirk is an American imprisoned for drug smuggling in Brazil. How he got there isn’t explained in the enigmatic trailer for Maíra Bühler and Matias Mariani’s documentary I Touched All Your Stuff, but reviews mention a “Hitchcockian chance-encounter with a femme fatale” and “Pablo Escobar’s hippos.”

Needless to say, it sounds rather intriguing for a film that began as an earnest look at foreigners behind bars in South America, but found a uniquely slippery subject instead; Slant describes the film as having “a free-associative aesthetic that suggests it was projected from a disoriented person’s subconscious.”

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I Touched All Your Stuff began playing in select cities on Aug. 28; check the website for current theaters and information on upcoming screenings.

[Via LA Times]