Psychological thrillers are a lot of fun. When the film is well made it will keep you very entertained throughout every act. Keeping you guessing at every turn. Sometimes they are even cruel enough to let you decide on what the ending really was. Leaving us the audience with a lot to think about. Now at the beginning of 2021, we have a new post-apocalyptic psychological thriller titled, Go/Don’t Go. You can check out the trailer below!
After an unknown cataclysm, we find Adam alone. He is the sole inhabitant of a vacant, unchanged world. At least he believes he is alone. While he tries to stay grounded in a world with no people, he begins to have visions. They are of the night that his best friend introduced him to the love of his life. With Adam’s mental state deteriorating, he is cursed with questions and uncertain truths about his world. This causes him to start to lose grip on what is left. Which sends him into a series of unforeseen consequences and truths.
Go/Don’t Go is written and directed by first time filmmaker, Alex Knapp. It stars Alex Knapp, Olivia Luccardi, Nore Davis, Bettina Skye, Tom Essig, and Zoey Wagner. It is being produced by Kamikaze Dogfight and Gravitas Ventures, a Red Arrow Studios company.
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“We’re incredibly excited to be partnering with Kamikaze Dogfight and Gravitas Ventures for the release of Go/Don’t Go. The broad far-reaching infrastructure of Gravitas, paired with the hands-on approach of Kamikaze made this the perfect home for our film – and their partnership is something really inspiring to be on the ground floor of. We’re hopeful audiences will connect with the emotional and tonal relevance to our current quarantined lifestyle. The isolation and melancholy longing for a previous existence.” Said Knapp
“Ultimately our film is a love story. Be-it wrapped up in the uncertainty of a world-changing event for our main character. My producing partner Max Gardner and I couldn’t have possibly dreamed to execute a project like this without our incredible cast, crew, and producing team, and we’re thrilled to be able to share it with audiences.” Continued Knapp.
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Go/Don’t Go will be available ON DEMAND AND DIGITAL iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, Vudu, Direct TV, Dish Network. Also on all major cable providers, January 12, 2021.