A Life Not to FollowHD Closed Captioning
Christopher Di Nunzio
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About the Movie
A Neo-Noir film told in three interlacing chapters: Eric is a dead man and he knows it. Death is imminent and he must make amends for his past sins, by killing those who wronged him, no matter the price: A wiseguy willing to do anything to move up in the world must now make the ultimate sacrifice. He must kill his best friend or in turn be killed: An F.B.I. agent turned P.I. is on the trail of a missing girl. In his long search for her he comes face to face with a host of unsavory characters who will lead him to perdition or salvation.
A dark, gritty, neo-noir film.
I had a chance to see A Life Not To Follow at a Film Festival. It's dark, gritty, and highly entertaining. The film is told in three different chapters which I thought gave it a very original feel. The story is so engrossing it just flew by. The main actors did an unbelievable job. It was really a solid cast. I thought the direction was great and so was the writing.
A Life Not To Follow has really captured the spirit of noir. If you're into crime films, noir films or just want to see something done a little bit different I highly recommend you see this film.
Neo Noir Greatness
A hard boiled anthology film that wraps its self around you and doesn't let go. A great stellar cast worthy of academy Award nominations. The film is brilliantly directed by Christopher Di Nunzio as he shows you glimpses into the seedy back-alleys of the underworld. Corruption and Screw ups run ramped, as it should in a gritty noir tale. A great indie film from start to finish.
Amazing story, cast, and acting...
This is an amazing story which clearly has what every story needs... great work from every angle. First, it was a good storyline to the end told in different aspects till they meet at the end. ( The godfather / pulp fiction feel ). The director pulled together an awesome cast to play these rolls, and the cast themselves went beyond expectation for an independent film. I enjoyed how the story was told, and the authentic feel it gave to the Boston crime world. Definitely a