Burn It All is an indie film about a woman who goes back to her hometown after her mother has passed away. While there, she learns of the town’s dark secrets and faces her past. Sounds fairly simple. That is certainly not the case with this action drama. As it turns out, Alex (Elizabeth Cotter) has stumbled upon a violent organ smuggling ring. They want no witnesses and no one can be trusted.
The film is more than just an action movie and deals with topical themes including gender and self identity. AIPT Movie Editor Nathaniel Muir spoke with Cotter and writer-director Brady Hall about their latest movie. Cotter talks about appearing in her first starring role, being vulnerable, and the most difficult scene to do. Hall discusses his inspiration, the importance of the message Burn It All conveys, and what plans he has for the future.
Burn It All come to video on demand and VOD platforms February 19
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