Tuesday, October 28, 2014

The Right Actors in The Right Roles Makes Films Profitable

Paranormal, especially ghost stories, nearly always do well.  Never Can Say Good-bye will be tapping into that market genre.  However, unlike most, it will be able to increase its market share because it is family friendly much like Ghosts and The Others.  Also, it will both gather and satisfy million of Dark Shadows fans that were offended by the Depp movie, because we are offering the same kind of suspense, drama, and horror that made the original series a cult classic, whose popularity has lasted for decades.  Through character and plot development combined with casting the right person in the right role and the highest production values, including an amazing sound track, we are going to scare the socks off the audience without grossing them out.

Never Can Say Good-bye

Love can be a blessing or the curse that destroys a town.

Have you ever met someone and suddenly felt love or hate? Did you wonder why? What if you had forgotten the reason? Would you want to remember if it could save you life?

Elizabeth was asked by her mentor to teach a writing course at a small college.  Since she never forgets a kindness, she reluctantly agrees.  Arriving in town, she instantly regrets her decision.  She wants to run, but she is honor bound to stay.  Even as the ghost of a small child begs her to forgive, the memories of another time arouse feelings of hatred that she doesn't understand and cannot control. When she meets Shane, all of their lives are thrown onto a dangerous collision course from which they can neither run, nor can they hide.  The question is, "Can they overcome their tragic past or will they be doomed to repeat it?"

Niki Cipriano's audition.

Lillian Lamour's audition.

Lillian Lamour and John Thomassen

Bill Hayes


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