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We are currently pitching our second feature film ‘HANDFUL OF THIEVES’, a fast-moving bank heist movie set in southern Spain, with shades of a modern, spaghetti western.
‘H-o- T’ follows the story of Allegra, a beautiful, Spanish gypsy girl who specialises in stealing off other thieves and the very rich. When three Las Vegas con-artists and thieves arrive in southern Spain, looking to launder five million in Eurdollars and one of them is Allegra's ex-boyfriend and partner, a chain of events is triggered that drags Allegra and the three men into a bank robbery that not only spirals out of control, it becomes a showdown for an act of revenge some eight years in the waiting.
An epic, rollercoaster ride of a road movie. When Cassidy, the beautiful and cunning ex- lover and partner of con-artist Ricthie, steals the key to a safety deposit box to a fortune, it triggers an epic and explosive car chase across the southern States of America. A modern day ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ meets American Hustle'.
Five female assassins reunite for one last act of vengeance. A modern day Magnificent Seven.
Life's Losers and their Chance to Steal a Million.
Fast Lane to Eden is in the top 1% of spec screenplays out there...
The originality and characters of Fast Lane to Eden will help draw marquee stars/high level talent that could help get this film off the ground, warranting a wide theatrical release
The Honey Killer is sexy, stylish and potentially a cult movie. It is also one of the most refreshing first films I’ve seen and I think the concept is incredibly original
Awards go to those filmmakers who produce fresh, standout entertainment. It is a showcase for cinematic gems and unique voices, and The Honey Killer is certainly one of those
The Honey Killer is a remarkable achievement on such a tight budget and a really entertaining and energetic piece of filmmaking
The Honey Killer is a really great little Indie film!
The Honey Killer screening was full and the movie was a great success. Considering Italian audiences are not used to seeing subtitled films it is unusual. People were asking where they could see it again and when it would be released in Italy