Way back in 2011, the bizarre story broke that Quentin Tarantino had purchased video footage of a young girl overdosing on drugs. Word was that Tarantino was going to release all of the footage as a movie, which was to be titled Upper. Now you can see the movie for yourself, starting with the opening!
The Upper Footage is available now through Vimeo On Demand, a service that makes films available for instant viewing for a limited period of time.
Check out the first 6 minutes below, and let us know what you make of all this in the comments section.
The Upper Footage is the first film experience of its kind. The film is an edited version of 393 minutes of recovered footage documenting a young girl’s tragic overdose death and the subsequent cover-up by a group of affluent socialites. What started as a blackmail plot played out over YouTube became Hollywood’s biggest drug scandal, turned into a heavily controversial film property that was rumored to be held by some of the biggest names in Hollywood. Now, after playing itself out in the media for three years, it is finally making its way to the public.
Got news? Click here to submit it!
Subscribe to the Dread Central YouTube Channel!
Stand around and watch people OD in the comments section below!