October isn’t over yet, but already filmmakers are gearing up for the 2010 American Film Market, which runs November 3rd-10th. Info on two new films from Bigfoot Entertainment landed in our inbox today, both written and directed by Michael Gleissner, dealing with greed, lust, and betrayal set in Hong Kong: Irreversi and Hui Lu. Interestingly, they sound almost identical.
Newlyweds Adam and Lynda have the perfect life. They are completely enamored with each other, and Adam has just sold a technology patent for millions. However, their marital bliss soon fades when Lynda begins to suspect that Adam’s newfound fortune could be tied to the recent death of her beloved brother. With the truth slowly emerging, how far will Adam go to hide his dark secrets from the one he loves, and will he be ready to live with the consequences? Starring Mei Melancon, Ian Bohen, Estella Warren; in English.
HUI LU SYNOPSIS
Adam has made it big. He’s cashed in on an important technology patent that makes him an overnight millionaire, and he marries the girl of his dreams, Lynda. Life seems perfect until Lynda discovers a key that begins to unravel the past. Could Lynda’s brother have been murdered by her new husband? And why is Adam working more after he sells his company for millions? As Lynda gets closer to the truth, the couple’s bond of trust takes an unexpected turn. Someone’s life may now be in danger. Starring Margaret Wang, Hawick Lau, Hou Sha Sha, Qin Hao; in Mandarin Chinese.
Keep an eye on the American Film Market website for more as it comes.
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