Samm Levine has played many roles over the years.
From comedy to action, he loved the challenges in this artistry.
With Immortal, it was merely the next acting challenge for Levine.
This anthology film is told with four separate stories about immortality. Levine stars in one of the chapters about a man who was left dying in a parking lot after a horrific accident. Seemingly, his body refused to die as he contemplates his thoughts about the woman who ran him over.
The film stars Tony Todd (Candyman), Dylan Baker (Hunters), Robin Bartlett (Shutter Island), Levin (Inglourious Basterds), Vanessa Lengies (Waiting…), and Agnes Bruckner (The Woods).
Here’s the full synopsis:
Thrown into the face of death only to emerge unharmed, the characters of Immortal are left staring at eternity in the face with uncertainty and fear like they’ve never imagined. The film follows Chelsea, a high school track star who comes clean about sexual misconduct with her coach only to find out her confession might be too late. Gary and Vanessa, a young, expecting married couple who scheme a morbid solution to their financial issues. Ted, a man filled with sorrow who agrees to euthanize his cancer-ridden wife, Mary. And there’s Warren, a young man with little direction in life who is forced to discover his new gifts after a tragic accident.
Other guests in the anthology included Mario Van Peebles (Posse), Lindsay Mushett (Blue Bloods), and Jason Stuart (The Infiltrators).
Rob Margolies wrote, directed, and produced the anthology movie.
LRM Online exclusively interviewed actor Samm Levine on a Zoom call last week. We talked about the challenges of playing the character Warren both physically and mentally.
Levine’s acting started with the cult hit television show Freaks and Geeks. He played numerous television roles over the years as guests and smaller roles. He voiced Arty in Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp and played the character in Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later. He appeared in several movies, including Inglourious Basterds, Not Another Teen Movie, and Vacation.
Immortal is available on-demand today from Stonecutter.
Watch the exclusive interview and let us know what you think.
Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Different Duck Films