“How Far would You Go To Begin Again?”
Intersection is a dramatic thriller from director Tim French. In the film, a man is guilt-driven after a fatal car accident. He returns to Dusty Springs year after year, in an attempt to forgive himself. Though, his latest trip finds himself caught in a tug-of-war as character Nash asks for his help. Intersection centrally stars: Hoyt Richards (“CSI Miami”), Anabella Casanova (Mask Maker, 2011), Scott King and Goodfellas’ actor Johnny Williams. Slated for a July 17th release on home entertainment platforms, a preview of this film’s exciting release are hosted here.
The story was co-written by Tim French and his father, novelist Michael French. Shot in Taft, California, the plot revolves around Cobb’s (Richards) loss of his child. Returning to this isolated town, he meets Nash (Casanova), who has troubles of her own. Nash has a dark past. And, together both of their histories catch up with them, in this remote town.
Intersection has won several awards at several different film festivals. At last count, this title has won over seventy awards, with several wins. Intersection has won a “Best Feature” award at the American Movie Awards and “Excellence in a Leading Role” (Cobb) at the Barcelona International Film Festival. Set to show on Digital and DVD this week, this is one thrilling feature which offers a compelling story, set in an isolated desert town. Intersection should not be missed this week!
The film’s official synopsis: Ever since the accidental death of his only child Cobb Mills has spent his time in a haze of guilt, booze and regret. When he takes a trip to the fateful town where the crash occurred he meets a mysterious, sultry woman. There is a spark between them providing him with hope. But he should have known better, and he soon finds that she carries a dark past which will come to haunt him…
Release Date: July 17th, 2018 (Digital, DVD).
Directed by: Tim French. Writers: Tim French and Michael French.
Cast: Hoyt Richards, Anabella Casanova, Johnny Williams, Scott King, Dawn Ann Billings, Bonnie Hellman.