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The Suitcase: A Local Film

7/27/2009 12:52:00 AM
You guys know how much I love the fact that we have a ton of feature films being made in Boston. Something that I don't read too much about, though, are the indie films that are being made here as well. But these guys deserve mad props. Because they were filming here pre-"tax incentive" and they'll be here post-"tax incentive" (heaven forbid it actually ever goes away)

That being said, there is a new local movie coming out: The Suitcase.

This is a real local indie, having been shot in and around Boston, Chelmsford as well as Nashua and Rhode Island.

The script, written by David Garfield, includes several separate stories tied together by ownership of the suitcase. Sporadic flashbacks of back-story are in black and white film noire adding to the tension, as we follow each new owner. Unusual phenomena and bizarre psychological effects can only be explained by learning about the original owner of the object, a deranged door to door salesman. Is it just his psychotic behavior that makes an old suitcase torment its victims or is there more? In a final twist, the chilling conclusion will leave you speechless.

Click (here) to check out the trailer.

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