ALICE FADES AWAY-VOD RELEASE DATE ANNOUNCED

Ashley Shelton in Alice Fades Away

This release comes to us from 1091 Pictures

1091 Pictures is releasing a unique and stunning thriller, Alice Fades Away, the debut feature by Ryan Bliss starring William Sadlerwith Ashley Shelton, Paxton Singleton, and Blanche Baker, with original music by Chris French- set for release on VOD platforms on February 16th.

In the film, a troubled woman in 1950s New England, Alice Sullivan is on the run when she takes refuge on her uncle’s farm, now home to WWII survivors suffering from PTSD. She is taken in by its residents until Holden, a murderous figure from her past, arrives. His mission; return Alice’s son, Logan to his grandfather, the wealthy patriarch of the dangerous Sullivan family. Alice’s disturbed nature and increasing paranoia force the residents of the farm to make a decision; fight to protect her or give her over to Holden despite his increasingly violent and unpredictable ways.

Alice Fades Away is a Ryan Bliss Films and Starpilot Productions film produced by Anthony Ambrosino and Ryan Bliss, with cinematography by David Bouley, editing by James Codoyannis, Ryan Bliss and Jim Kelly, and original music by Christopher French.

Bliss said of his debut feature film, “ Alice Fades Away is a progressive take on a classic tale. It is about patriarchy, legacy and death, but more importantly it’s about perseverance and strength in the face of fear and power by someone who’s not allowed to have her own identity.”

ALICE FADES AWAY premieres on iTunes/AppleTV, Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft, Vudu, FandangoNOW, Cable VOD platforms and more on February 16, 2021.

Originally published at https://behindtherabbitproductions.wordpress.com on February 1, 2021.

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