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New Trailer Debut – Simon Rumley’s Red, White & Blue

A new trailer for Simon Rumley’s Red, White & Blue (review here) has found its way online in celebration of the film’s screening at this year’s Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, and as always we have it for you right here!

Red White & Blue was directed by Rumley (The Living and the Dead) and stars Noah Taylor (The New Daughter), Amanda Fuller, and Marc Senter (Cabin Fever 2, The Lost).

You can also catch it on VOD right now!

Synopsis
Erica (Amanda Fuller) is a tough, troubled nymphomaniac with wounds across her soul. For Erica, sleeping with multiple men forms the core of her life, until she meets the mysterious Iraq vet Nate (Noah Taylor). Despite his quiet air of danger, Nate’s the only guy who doesn’t immediately want to sleep with her, and the two form a hesitant bond. But in a shocking twist, one of Erica’s earlier sexual encounters, with wannabe rock star Franki (Mark Senter), will have unexpected – and devastating – consequences on both of their lives. Hard-edged and uncompromising, RED WHITE & BLUE, from director Simon Rumley, has already been compared to the works of such disparate filmmakers as Larry Clark and Sam Peckinpah. The film had its US premiere at SXSW; it was produced by Rumley and Bob Portal and executive produced by Tim League, Judy Lipsey, Doug Abbott, and Adam Goldworm. It is the first film from Celluloid Nightmares, a new partnership between Paris-based Celluloid Dreams and Los Angeles-based XYZ Films, with the shared goal of bringing commercial, elevated genre films to audiences around the world. The film will have several theatrical screenings throughout the US and Canada this fall.

Look for more soon!

Dig on the trailer below courtesy of UGO.

New Trailer Debut - Simon Rumley's Red, White, & Blue

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