Meera (Freida Pinto, “Slumdog Millionaire”) and Henry Parsons (Logan Marshall-Green, “The Invitation”) move to a small town in New Mexico seeking peace and togetherness. Instead, they become victims of a random act of violence that disrupts their lives and unearths secrets of their pasts. As their trust erodes, suspicions rise, testing their marriage as it becomes clear the home invasion was not random at all.
The filmmaker, Adam Salky made his directorial debut in 2009 with Dare. Based on the popular short film with the same title on YouTube. He has been involved in small screen projects like the television series, Blindspot and Lifetime movie, The College Admissions Scandal. Salky has taught his craft at USC’s Graduate School of Cinematic Arts. In addition to making a presence as a guest lecturer at various schools throughout the nation. Currently, he runs the Directing Discipline at The American Film Institute Conservatory.
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I was connected with Adam Salky to discuss his latest film, Intrusion. He shared his love for thrillers and what it was about this script that made him want to be a part of it. Salky also discussed the struggles and changes while in production during mid pandemic and more.
Intrusion is now available to stream on Netflix
Source: LRMExclusive, Netflix