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The Mortician 3D

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The Mortician 3D

Synopsis

The Mortician is a contemporary urban noir shot in digital 3D. The story of a man coming in from the cold, stepping from darkness to light. A man returning to the human race. A tale of revenge and retribution that is both soulful and brutal.

The banking system is failing, and the city is bankrupt. The poor are corralled into lawless ghettos. The crime rate soars, but as long as the violence doesn't spill into their fancy backyards, the politicians don't care.

In the decaying city, he processes corpses with a steely disregard. His work is conducted with a ritualistic eye for detail and an unyielding adherence to routine. The Mortician (Method Man) is alienated and cold. Emotionally isolated and lonely, his work is his purpose, his fascination with taxidermy his only distraction. An insomniac, he walks the deserted ghetto streets at night, watching the creatures of the night go about their business.

The Mortician is a contemporary urban fairytale, one that triumphs kindness over cruelty. A story of reconciliation and hope in face of violence and darkness.

Details

Year
2011
Type of film
Features
Running Time
89 mins
Format
3D
Director
Gareth Maxwell Roberts
Producer
Gareth Maxwell Roberts, Rene Bastian, Linda Moran, Rhys David Thomas
Co-Producer
Mike Downey, Sam Taylor
Executive Producer
Clare Tutte, Theo Freed, Ben Katzler, Robert Muston
Editor
David Charap
Screenwriter
Gareth Maxwell Roberts
Director of Photography
Michael McDonough
Production Designer
Russell Barnes
Music
Mike Benn
Principal Cast
Method Man, Dash Mihok, E J Bonilla, Judy Marte, Angelic Zambrana, Wendell Pierce, Dana Fuchs, Edward Furlong, Cruz Santiago

Production Company

Full Circle Films
79 Wardour Street
London
W1D 6QB
UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 7851 8585
Fax: +44 (0)20 7851 8589
info@fullcirclefilms.co.uk
http://www.fullcirclefilms.co.uk

Film and Music Entertainment Ltd
34 Fouberts Place
London
W1F 7PX
UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 7478 7527
Fax: +44 (0)20 7611 9712
office@fame.uk.com
http://www.fame.uk.com