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quietearth [Celluloid 04.06.09] movie news comedy drama

This film reminds me of something straight out of the 80's I can't quite place and it looks so damn good I want me a copy now! Billed as a dark comedy about a girl working in an ad agency staffed with vampires, the production design is gritty like the beginning of Joe vs. the Volcano and the music is fantastic. Written and directed by feature length first timer Park Bench (is that really his name?), the film stars Alex Appel and some other great looking talent. Really folks, you don't want to miss out on this one.

Something strange is going on behind the doors of Raven Advertising. It's Alice Blue's first day on the job and already she has set her sights on creating an impressive ad campaign for an important American wine company not to mention the agency's top creative director, Stephen. However the Agency has other plans for her.

Reluctantly she befriends a group of co-workers who call themselves "The Resistance" led by one lovelorn chap named Peter. Peter is convinced something very sinister is at work at Raven and Alice is somehow the key to unraveling the mystery.

With the help of The Resistance, Alice discovers ancient secrets and her own genetic predisposition to being a vampire. But in the end, despite the powerful forces allied against her, Alice will abide by no ones rules but her own.

Trailer after the break.

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Anonymous (13 years ago) Reply

The music is too loud... you can't hear what the characters are saying. Looks like it could be interesting but I'm not sure due to how horrible this trailer is.


WoweeZowee (13 years ago) Reply

Awful,but I will see this just for Alex Appel.


Phoebe (13 years ago) Reply

It looks like the office from Joe Versus The Volcano.

I feel puffy and blotchy.


Brian (12 years ago) Reply

This film looks like a keeper for this devout lover of vampire flicks. 30 Days and 30 Nights and Let them In were just appetizers...I need fresh blood...I mean, a fresh movie about the darkness within; let's call it fresh blood. The storyline really appeals to me, having worked in several companies that sucked my life force from my person.

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