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Films > (2015) Safelight / Truck Stop > Trailer #2

 

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Studio Photoshoots > Session 060 for Vanity Fair (Cannes) 2013

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Studio Photoshoots > Session 097 for Plushgun Music Video

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Films > (2015) Len and Company > Production Stills

Films > (2015) Len and Company > Behind The Scenes

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Out & About > 2015 > In Crosby Street Hotel, 17-06-2015

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Films > (2015) Len and Company > Production Stills

  • Tim Godsall /
  • USA, Canada /
  • 2015 /
  • 105 mins

Rhys Ifans, Juno Temple, Jack Kilmer, Keir Gilchrist, Kathryn Hahn / Fiction / English

A withdrawn music producer’s life is disrupted when his son and his protégé both visit unexpectedly.

Gruff, antisocial Len’s peaceful, rural solitude is interrupted when his aspiring musician son, Max, pays him a visit, closely followed by troubled pop star Zoe. As Max, quietly desperate to connect, builds the courage to play his demo to his distant father, Zoe’s own troubles both eclipse and inflame the unspoken issues between them. This is an honest, human portrait of the redemptive power of compassion bolstered by heartfelt, nuanced performances, well- observed humour and understated pathos.

Buy tickets to see the world premiere: 20 June and 22 June here

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Tony Aloupis directed the gritty drama, which co-stars “True Blood” actor Kevin Alejandro

ARC Entertainment has acquired all North American rights to director Tony Aloupis’ gritty drama “Safelight,” which stars Evan Peters, Juno Temple and Kevin Alejandro (“True Blood”), it was announced Thursday by Scott Moesta, the company’s head of acquisitions.

“Safelight” will be released on VOD and in theaters on July 17.

“Safelight” tells the story of three desperate individuals whose paths perilously cross in a dusty desert town. Charles (Peters) is a high school senior with physical challenges; Vicki (Temple) is a troubled runaway turning tricks at a truck stop; and Skid (Alejandro) is her dangerously psychotic pimp, who has a huge chip on his shoulder.

Their lives take a menacing turn when Charles and Vicki embark on a road trip without Skid up the California coast to photograph lighthouses. Skid couldn’t stand the imagined betrayal. Armed with a hunting knife, Skid looks to punish Vicki and the three characters face each other in a violent showdown that will change their lives forever.

“‘Safelight’ is a captivating story of two people who find each other in the midst of their harsh individual adversities,” said Moesta. “This film was extremely well written and directed with strong performances by the entire cast, and we’re thrilled to have the opportunity to expose this film theatrically and throughout the various channels here in the US and Canada.”

“Safelight” was produced by Aloupis (“Sugar”), Bernie Gewissler (“Chillerama”) and Cory Neal (“Frozen”), and executive produced by Joe Krieg (“Sugar”) and Andrew Mysko (“Hatchet”).

The deal was negotiated by Moesta and Concourse Film Trade, the worldwide sales arm of Matthew Shreder and Andrew Felts, on behalf of the filmmakers. Concourse Film Trade also handled worldwide rights on the film.

Recent ARC Entertainment releases include “Field of Lost Shoes” starring Jason Isaacs, Lauren Holly, Nolan Gould and Luke Benward; “The Barber” starring Scott Glenn and Chris Coy; and “See You in Valhalla” starring Sarah Hyland, Steve Howey, Odeya Rush and Jake McDorman.

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