INDIANA, June 5, 2014 /Emag.co.uk/ — Principle photography has wrapped on the black and white feature film The Rowboat, starring Adam Scarimbolo (A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints, The Sopranos), and Faust Checho (Welcome To New York, Proxy). Written and directed by Dominykas Duda, The Rowboat is a psychological noir film about two veterans suffering from Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and how each of them deals differently with it. The film was shot in Brown County, Indiana by Director of Photography, Jim Timperman (Proxy, Scalene, Mr. Blue Sky). Post production has begun and the film is set for a festival run in late 2014 and early 2015. The Rowboat was produced by Duda’s Mind In Molecule Films.
Synopsis: Suffering from severe PTSD, a veteran’s psyche is pushed to the breaking point as he desperately attempts to secure the future of his family in a failing economy and a derelict government. His best friend, also a soldier, tries to bring him back from the brink but puts his own fragile psyche in danger as he struggles with his own battle against PTSD.
Mind in Molecule Films is an independent film production company located in Indianapolis, Indiana whose mission is to create projects which are exploratory, complex, and a bit avant-garde.
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