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Interview with Adam Guthrie about VANish



Shot in 13 days, VANish (tagline: ‘the shit’s about to hit the van’) wears its micro-budget upon its greasy sleeve with licentious pride. For nearly the film’s entire running time, we are grounded in the singular setting of a dishevelled van, along with brothers Jack (Austin Abke) the loathsome Max (writer/director Bryan Bockbrader) and possible PTSD sufferer Shane (Adam Guthrie); following the rapidly escalating events spiralling out of their abduction of Emma (Maiara Walsh) and their attempts to rendezvous in the desert with her rich pops (a very dangerous man, played by Danny Trejo).

I had Adam on the show to discuss working on the film and what he has coming up next. This was his first film and in my humble opinion he steals the show. He gives a really strong performance and I fully expect to more from him in the near future. I had a great time chatting with him and I hope you
enjoy our conversation. 

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