When a mentally ill woman is victim to a terrible crime, she sets out for revenge — even as her world unravels around her.View Official Website
Carrie Preston is an actor, director, and producer, most noted for her role as Arlene in HBO’s acclaimed series True Blood and Elsbeth on CBS’s The Good Wife. She has been featured in films like Duplicity and Woody Allen’s Vicky Christina Barcelona and Transamerica. Born in Macon, GA she was first noticed opposite Patrick Stewart in Broadway’s The Tempest, and made her film debut opposite Julia Roberts in My Best Friend’s Wedding. Her most recent film as director, That’s What She Said, starred Anne Heche, and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2012. LEAD ROLE.
Chris Bauer appeared as frank Sobotka in a critically performance during season two of HBO’s The Wire. His other work for HBO includes co-starring roles in ’61*, and The Notorious Bettie Page, and Bernard and Doris for HBO Films. Currently, he plays Andy Bellefleur on True Blood. He also recently appeared in the television movies The Lost Room for Sci-Fi Channel, and Our Fathers for Showtime. For five years Chris played Fred Yokas on NBC’s Third Watch and was a series regular on Tilt for ESPN as well. His recent guest starring appearances include Numb3rs, CSI, Criminal Minds, Fringe, Law and Order: SVU, and The Good Wife. SUPPORTING.
The Los Angeles-based Robert Longstreet may be one of indie film’s most in demand actors. Best known for the almost unprecedented feat of having appeared in four films in the Sundance Film Festival in one year (2011), Long- street has also been featured in higher profile films like Pineapple Express and the upcoming Ain’t Them Bodies Saints. Originally from Wilmington, NC, Longstreet’s enthu- siasm for darker, edgier fare has kept him in the forefront of the American indie scene for almost a decade, working with such celebrated directors as David Gordon Green, Jeff Nichols, David Lowery and Todd Rohal.
Kentucker Audley is a director and actor whose film Open Five was called one of the “Top 25 Films of the Year” by The New Yorker and praised by The New York Times, Variety, and The Wall Street Journal. He has been called “unforgettable” (Indiewire), “fearless and career-making” (IonCinema) and “a true revelation” (Hammer to Nail). LA Weekly calls him, “maybe the most fascinating actor in current American penny- budgeted cinema.” His most recent film, the 2011 Sundance horror sensation V/H/S was just released on home video and VOD. SUPPORTING.
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