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If you dialed a wrong number and reached a bizarre message that rants about life and death, would you call back? The characters in JARRING do, and pay the consequences in a new psychochiller that sees its world premiere next week.
JARRING, scripted and directed by Ivo Raza, has its debut screening next Friday, June 11 at 7 p.m. as part of the Seattle True Independent Film Festival (or STIFF!), taking place at the Northwest Film Forum Cinemas (1515 12th Avenue). The first movie to be produced using the RED ONE hi-def camera in South Florida, and based on true cases and events, it’s about four friends (Leif Lynch, Geovannie Gopradi, Tamara Rutter—who wrote the story with Raza—and Holly Warren) who discover the aforementioned number and start calling it to hear the deranged poetry at the other end. Then the serial killer who’s been recording it—and keeps the remains of his victims in jars—decides to reach out and touch someone, namely them. The two girls disappear, and the guys must undertake a nightmarish odyssey through the dark side of a local community to try to rescue them. See the trailer below, and check out JARRING’s official website here and Facebook page here.
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