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New Clip from Fantasia 2018 Selection RONDO




FANTASIA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL SCREENING
Friday, July 27th at 9:45pm at Theatre J.A. de Sève (1400 Boulevard de Maisonneuve O, Montréal, QC H3G 1M8, Canada) **World Premiere**

RONDO
Directed/Written by: Drew Barnhardt
Starring: Luke Sorge, Brenna Otts, Ketrick “Jazz” Copeland

Synopsis: Paul, a troubled veteran, is given a special prescription that opens a door to a world of sex, murder, and revenge. Full of black comedy and violent twists, Rondo follows the young vet as he descends into bizarre criminal enterprises in the high-rises of Denver, Colorado. There’s only one rule in Rondo: “stay on the plastic” and Paul’s about to break it. In the tradition of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho and Brian De Palma’s Body Double, Drew Barnhardt's Rondo is a sexy, funny, and distinctly modern update to the suspense thriller.

Check out a clip from RONDO below



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