‘Breakwater‘ stars Dermot Mulroney, Darren Mann and Alyssa Goss talk about a phenomenal indie thriller available now on VOD.
‘Breakwater‘ distributed by Vertical Entertainment written and directed by James Rowe is a thriller that will keep the audience white knuckling their chair the entire time as nothing seems as it is and realizing the entire film is multiple shades of greys instead of black and white. There’s no white hat versus black hat cowboys in this one.
Stars Dermot Mulroney, Darren Mann and Alyssa Goss were kind enough to speak with us about ‘Breakwater‘, the return of indies in that 1990s style filmmaking and how this is one of those films is a must watch.
I even make mention to Mulroney the first film I ever saw him in was with Jennifer Connelly in, ‘Career Opportunities‘, a forgotten classic that also needs to be revisited, that his co-stars were…not old enough to have seen it, to put it politely.
What makes ‘Breakwater‘ a refreshing new, film is that Rowe did not turn the film into a two-and-a-half-hour director’s cut, but a clear and coherent story giving everything we needed in 97 minutes from opening to closing credits, leaving the audience breathless and satisfied instead of checking out watches.
‘Breakwater‘ is now available on VOD from Vertical Entertainment.
Dovey (Darren Mann), a young, impressionable ex-con breaks his parole to do a solid for his prison mentor, a conniving inmate by the name of Ray Childress (Dermot Mulroney). Dovey crosses state lines to track down Ray’s estranged daughter but soon discovers her past may be more dangerous than anything he ever faced in prison.
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