In the tradition of classic horror movies, "Don't Look" is the story of five friends who leave NYC for a weekend they'll never forget.
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In the spirit of Hollywood's classic horror features, "Don't Look" tells the nightmarish story of five unsuspecting friends from New York City, who go on a Holiday getaway that they'll never forget. It is Thanksgiving Day and Nicole, Alex, Lorena, Ted, and Sebastian, have the perfect plan: a road trip to a gorgeous Pennsylvania Christmas tree farm, followed by quiet dinner and celebration in a cabin. But things go sour when an unknown assailant begins to terrorize the group, turning Thanksgiving into a bloody and macabre mess, where no one might make it alive. In the tradition of American slasher, and suspense/horror thrillers, "Don't Look" is bound to keep you at the edge of your seat.
Executive Producers: Luciana Faulhaber, Javier E. Gomez, and Adam Lim, for Enuff Productions.
Co-Producer: Lindsay DiFulvio
Story by: Luciana Faulhaber
Screenplay by: Jessica Boucher
Starring: Bella Plotkin, Lindsay DiFulvio, Luciana Faulhaber, Javier E. Gomez, Shane White, and Adam Lim.
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Drawing from years of creative experience, the team behind 'Don't Look' brings to the table both professionalism and artistic insight to this project. Although as a team this is their first venture into making a full length feature film, the proper steps have been put into place to assure production runs smoothly and follows SAG guidelines.
Passion, drive, and yes, sweat, have already gone into developing a script and outlining production agendas. The team has researched all filming laws and permits needed to film in Pennsylvania and will attain these permits once the film reaches full funding. It will be with your generous help that the 'Don't Look' team fully realizes their dreams of making their first full length feature.
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