Trailer online for movie shot in Letterkenny

A 90 second trailer for a thriller movie shot on location in Letterkenny has now gone online.

A 90 second trailer for a thriller movie shot on location in Letterkenny has now gone online.

The movie, with a 30 minute running time planned, is in the final stages of post production and likely to premiere this summer

Director/writer and co-producer, Gerard Lough describes the movie’s theme succinctly: “A cynical surveillance expert takes on an unusual assignment that will lead him into a downward spiral of paranoia and obsession.”

The film stars Andrew Norry, Michael Parle and Claire J. Blennerhassett.

Fresh from the critical acclaim of his Stephen King adaptation The Boogeyman, Gerard Lough’s new film is both futuristic and highly topical. An exciting mix of striking visuals, provocative themes and strong performances.

The film is best summarised as follows: ‘In an unnamed city in the near future, surveillance experts use equipment as sophisticated as any intelligence agency and hire themselves out to well heeled and paranoid clients. They become known as “Techs”. Mark (Andrew Norry) is one of the best of his kind. He takes on what seems like an ordinary assignment for shady business man Mr. Philips (Michael Parle). His job is to follow and record every movement of a young dancer (Emma Eliza Regan). But soon both he and his new assistant - hacker Ralfi (Claire J. Blennerhassett), discover there is something strange about this assignment and they quickly find themselves in the middle of a mystery that may well bring about their downfall.’

The official website for the movie is:

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