Just when you thought the preview was over, we hit you with another. Sunday night, a very Austin-based production will be unleashed at SXSW. Produced and shot locally and featuring brutality all over the place, Simon Rumley’s Red White and Blue is yet another intense thriller mixed in with this year’s wonderful SXSW 2010 line-up. To get you worked up, I’ve assembled some solid assets for the film. Synopsis, photos and trailer are below. I will say no more and let you just enjoy the intensity of it all.
Red White and Blue premieres Sunday, March 14 at 9:30p at the Alamo South Lamar.
Erica (Amanda Fuller) spends her nights trawling the bars and beds of Austin. Emotionally withdrawn, sleeping with multiple men is just what she does… until she meets the older and mysterious Nate (Noah Taylor), who claims to have an ‘honorable discharge’ from Iraq. Despite his air of danger, Nate’s the only guy who doesn’t just seem to want to get her into bed, and the two form a hesitant bond. But one of Erica’s casual sexual encounters, Franki (Marc Senter) – a young, hot-headed wannabe rock star trying to make it big – is about to return dramatically into her life… Franki ‘shared’ Erica with his buddies one drunken evening. A cruel twist of fate is all it takes to throw his already crazy world into a spin, and in Franki’s eyes there is only one person to blame…
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