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Black Limosine

Black Limosine
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Release Date:

July 10,2012

inseltown isn’t always as bright as it may seem. Anchor Bay Entertainment is proud to announce the release of Black Limousine on Blu-Ray™ and DVD July TBD, 2012.  Directed by the founder of Cineville Carl Colpaert (G.I. Jesus), this surreal Hollywood story created a buzz on the film festival circuit, winning the audience award at the Santa Cruz Film Festival. Black Limousine is stylish and unique with a top-notch cast and memorable performances by David Arquette (Scream 4, “Dancing with the Stars”), Bijou Phillips (Almost Famous), Vivica A. Fox (Kill Bill Vol. 1), Nicholas Bishop (“Body of Proof”) and Lin Shay (There’s Something About Mary).
 
Jack MacKenzie (Arquette), once a hot Hollywood composer, has fallen on hard times.  Having resorted to taking a draining job as a limo driver just to make ends meet, he is a broken man, trying to put his life back together by picking up the pieces of a shattered family and career. Jack’s sprit and sanity have been crushed by the loss of his first daughter and he has turned to alcohol to deal with the grief.
 
Jack catches a break when he is assigned to drive A-List Actor Thomas Bower (Bishop) back-and-forth to the set of his latest film, during which time the two build a friendship of sorts. Bower remembers the score Jack had previously written for a science fiction epic, and appears interested and willing to help him get re-established. Jack also strikes up a sexually charged relationship with Erica Long (Phillips), a model and singer, who is struggling with demons of her own.
 
Battling his repressed memories, depression and addiction, Jack starts to lose control of the one thing he values most - his mind. He must now pull himself together before something goes horribly wrong. However, in the city of dreams…life isn’t always at it seems.
 
With powerful performances and thought-provoking themes, Black Limousine will bring to mind the recent critical hit Drive. Here is a beautiful and haunting examination of a man driven to the brink of madness, dreamlike and harrowing; Black Limousine is truly an unforgettable ride.

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