USA; 2017; 93 min; English language

Thursday, July 13th at 18.00h CULTURE HOUSE CINEMA

Written and directed by: Trent Haaga
(po romanu Bryana Smitha)
Cinematography by: Needham B. Smith
Music by: James Griffiths, Haim Frank Ilfman
Cast: Matthew Gray Gubler, AnnaLynne McCord,
Alisha Boe, Sheila Vand, Sam Eidson, Michael Beasley
Produced by David Lawson Jr., Bob Portal, Travis Stevens
Production Companies: Snowfort Pictures,
Alliance Media Partners
Genre: comedy
Guest:
Bob Portal


Chip and Liza are in love, but their life is no bed of roses: he flushes septic systems for a living, while she supplements their income with a sugar daddy. When Liza suggests that they relieve her sleazy benefactor of a stack of cash, Chip reluctantly agrees. But things soon get out of hand and Chip finds himself on the run with an unknown girl in his trunk and furious Liza on his tail.

Writer/director Trent Haaga is no stranger to Grossmann audience, having visited the festival in 2008 as the co-writer of Deadgirl, while his directorial debut Chop was screened at Grossmann three years later. In his new film, he offers bucketloads of dark humour, bizarre situations and blood-spattering action, carried by stellar acting performances by three ferocious ladies AnnaLynne McCord, Sheila Vand and Alisha Boe and the endearingly confused Matthew Gray Gubler.

Bob Portal
was educated at Cambridge and the National Film & Television School. Producing, co-producing and service producing credits include Simon Rumley's Red, White and Blue, Julian Richard's Darklands, Paul Sarossy’s Mr In-Between and Michael Radford’s The Merchant of Venice. He is a board member of the Central Film School, London, and a voting member of BAFTA.