News: Reel2Reel Films to release ‘The Green Sea’ on digital this July

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Hello, this is Dom…

From Reel 2 Reel Films, the mysteriously dark – The Green Sea – will have a digital release on 5th July for its UK premiere. Here’s what they had to say:

Get swept away to The Green Sea, an enchantingly dark fantasy drama from writer/director Randal Plunkett (Out There), where nothing is quite what it seems.

This thrilling new feature, set for its UK premiere on 5 July from Reel To Reel Films, stars Canadian scream queen Katharine Isabelle (Ginger SnapsAmerican MaryHannibal) as an American writer living a solitary life in the remote Irish countryside… but why is she there and who or what is she trying to escape from?

When a car accident leads to a chance encounter with a young teenage girl, known only as “Kid” played by rising star Hazel Doupe (Ripper StreetSmotherFloat Like A Butterfly), things begin to get stranger and stranger and both their lives are about to change forever. Offering the lost teen a place to stay, the pair strike up an unlikely friendship – can Simone protect her from the nefarious Collector who seems to be searching for Kid, and who really is this mysterious girl?

Ride the waves of mystery of The Green Sea, an intriguing fantasy triller.

Many thanks to Aim Publicity and Reel 2 Reel Films for providing the images above.

Dom.

For John.


This article’s featured image: By Source, Reel 2 Reel Films, Fair Use

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