Trailer : Eleanor Lambert in crime thriller noir Time Now

Spencer King’s directorial debut debuts at the Austin Film Festival

The first trailer for Spencer King’s directorial debut “Time Now” has been released (via /Film) – and it looks a great crime thriller. The trailer suggests sort of a “Badlands” by way of “Disappearance of Alice Creed” here.

Several years following a falling out with her family in Detroit, Jenny (Eleanor Lambert) is now a young mother living away from home, stuck in an unhappy marriage. After a call from her aunt Joan (Claudia Black), Jenny finds herself back home in Detroit mourning her twin brother’s sudden death. Seeing her family caught up in their dreadful past, Jenny goes on to discover the person her brother was on her own. Immersing herself in her late brothers’ eclectic group of friends, the scene he belonged to, and the urban playground that is Detroit, Jenny comes to the realization that her brother’s death is not what it seems.

Eleanor Lambert, Claudia Black (“The Nevers”), Xxavier Polk, Paige Kendrick and Sebastian Beacon star.
“Time Now”, distributed by Dark Star Pictures and Uncork’d Entertainment, premieres at the 28th Annual Austin Film Festival (October 21-28).

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