Behind-The-Scenes of Passion Play
By Image Entertainment
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A terrific cast will hold you spellbound in this one of a kind seductive thriller from the screenwriter of The Recruit. The last thing washed-up jazz musician Nate Pool (Academy Award-nominee Mickey Rourke, The Wrestler) wanted to do was betray sinister gangster Happy Shannon (Academy-Award-nominee Bill Murray, Lost in Translation). But it may be the last thing he does unless he can deliver Lily (Megan Fox, Transformers), a beautiful and mysterious carnival sideshow attraction. The stakes can't get any higher for the two lovers as they try to elude the merciless killer who will stop at nothing to keep Lily for himself. Kelly Lynch (Drugstore Cowboy) and Rhys Ifans (Notting Hill) costar in this gritty and unpredictable tale of redemption in the hard-boiled tradition of classic film noir.
|1||VideoMitch Glazer Interview||Interview with Writer-Director, Mitch Glazer - the passion and pains of getting Passion Play produced.||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoMaking a Visual Film||From the pages to the silver screen and the team it took to make it happen.||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoAdvice||Advice from Writer-Director, Mitch Glazer’s perspective and acclaimed experience.||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoFinding the Sweet Spot: Working with Bill Murray, Mickey Rourke & Megan Fox||A unique and diverse talented group learn to collaborate to create what once was a story from 20 years ago.||Free||View In iTunes|
Passion Play film/extras
This cast seems out of place and a strage group but not so suprisingly given the enormous talent at hand, they nail the characters with top notch acting (despite the digital wings and Mickey Rourke's questionable trumpet acting). Even Meghan Fox who I have limited regard for as an actress was excellent. The plot is unique and you dont know what the end game is until the end comes...and what an end :) Thought provoking and highly engaging, you want to see it through :) The extras are good but I like longer ones that go really in depth. For free however one cant compain to much :) Highly recommend film and extras to anyone who likes independent cinema.