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Union Bridge (2019, USA) Review

Union Bridge (2019, USA) Review

After a somewhat confusing opening featuring a brutal beating in a night-time field and some navel gazing, this film finally settles on its focus – the down-on-his-luck prodigal son Will. Despite his best efforts, he is back in small town life after flaming out in the big city; a somewhat humiliating return that results in him skulking about town attempting to avoid inevitable re-connections with those folk who knew him before.

His old friend Nick seems to have fallen on hard times and now is given to wandering around the town dirty and troubled.

“Every family has secrets.”

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Breaking Glass Pictures Explores History in Southern Gothic Thriller UNION BRIDGE on DVD & VOD (19 May)

Breaking Glass Pictures Explores History in Southern Gothic Thriller UNION BRIDGE on DVD & VOD (19 May)

Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North America rights to the Lynchian southern gothic thriller Union Bridge, the debut feature from writer/director Brian Levin. Breaking Glass acquired rights to the film in March in a deal negotiated between Breaking Glass CEO Rich Wolff and Levin, who is represented by UTA and Itay Reiss at Artists First. The film will arrive on DVD and VOD platforms 19 May. Union Bridge held its World Premiere at the New Filmmakers NY Film Festival, and stars Scott Friend, Emma Duncan, Alex Breaux, and Elisabeth Noone.

“Every family has secrets.”

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