In the realm of psychological thrillers, the therapist tends to play the voice of the angel or the devil. In Neon Lights, Brenna Coates plays Laila, a therapist with an experimental tactic that tries to guide an eccentric tech executive towards sanity.
The film stars Dana Abraham (Prisoner of Fear), Brenna Coates (Coroner), Brit MacRae (The Eden Theory), Stephen Tracey (Good Sam), Rene Escobar, Jr. (Air Crash Investigation), Erika Swayze (Workin’ Moms), Lauren Howe (Reacher), and Kim Coates (Sons of Anarchy). Rouzbeh Heydari (Together Again) directed the movie from the screenplay written by Abraham.
Here is a synopsis of Neon Lights:
Tech tycoon, Clay Amani, retreats to an off-the-grid location in search of meaning and place, with disconnected siblings and their offspring, only to be caught in a bone-chilling killing spree within his new estate.
LRM Online’s Gig Patta talked with actress Brenna Coates about her therapist role. We talked about the angel/devil voices in his head and acting with his father, Kim Coates, in this film. Most importantly, we discussed Dana Abraham’s performance in this psychological thriller.
Brenna Coates performed in many theater companies across North America including NYC’s Lincoln Center and La Jolla Playhouse. She played Lucy Lovell in the series titled Coroner. Her other credits included the horror thriller The Sinners and the action film Cagefighter.
Neon Lights is available On Demand and digitally today.
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Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Momentum Pictures