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Exclusive: Poster For September Morning About Tragic Event of 9/11

After sixteen years, the world is still a very dangerous place.

In the feature length directorial debut for Ryan Frost (Mobster’s Moll), September Morning is an exploration of coming to terms with innocence lost of a nation in the wake of 9/11.

The film stars Patrick Cage II (Jane the Virgin), Katherine C. Hughes (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl), Troy Doherty (Hachi: A Dog’s Tail), Michael Grant (The Secret Life of the American Teenage), Taylor Rose (The Good Wife), Michael Liu (Keeping Up With The Joneses) and Max Gail (42).

The story follows five college freshmen confronting the promises of youth that have been brutally severed by the national tragedy of 9/11.

The film is produced by Orestes Arcuni (Mad Men), Ryan Frost, William S. Goldstein (The Reign), Stephen Gibler (Sports Jam), and executive producer Richard P. Forman (Undercover Boss). The original music of the film is composed by Daniel Wehr (Sinister).

September Morning is available nationwide from Candy Factory Films on September 8th in limited theaters and also on VOD and digital release. It will also be used as part of this fall’s orientation at various universities, including Villanova, USC and University of Miami.

LRM presents the exclusive poster premiere of this dramatic movie. In addition, we’ve included some stills from the film.

Check them out below.

Septembr Morning Teaser 2 from Ryan Frost on Vimeo.

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