Drama. By Barbara Wiechmann.
Cast: 1m., 1w., extras. On the edge of a saltwater lake in Florida, Martin, a young man, slips away each night to talk to the fish that feed at the end of a dock. Always believing himself to be completely alone in his secret ritual, he is surprised and angry to find one night that he has been spied on by a curious and obsessive teenage girl, Eden, who has hidden herself in his car to see where he goes. As Eden confronts Martin, dark secrets from the past are unearthed, and the unlikely pair of strangers come to understand they are bound together through similar experiences of loneliness and tragedy. Will their new bond be transformative and redemptive, or will it be their undoing? Feeding the Moonfish draws on the influence of natural forces, the significance of memory and the power of human connection to weave a ghostly and surreal tale of loneliness, violence and a young man's fear of himself. Single set. Approximate running time: 45 minutes.