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The Removals—Poster Reveal

Two Dollar Radio Moving Pictures' The Removals, a film by Nicholas Rombes

We are pretty thrilled to be able to share with you the movie poster for our second feature film production, The Removals!

The film—which drops May 17!—was written and directed by Nicholas Rombes, author of The Absolution of Roberto Acestes Laing, and stars Milly Sanders, Jeff Wood (author of The Glacier!), Andrew Sensenig, Joe Justus, and Scott McClanahan (author of Crapalachia!).

In the coming weeks and months, we'll release a series of trailers, stills from the production, and interviews with cast and crew. Stay tuned!

From the Columbus Alive cover story on the production of the film from summer 2015: "The Removals is an intensely visual film... where recurring colors (red and black), shapes (cones and squares) and visual cues flesh out the often enigmatic, elliptical dialog. Intentionally mystifying from a narrative standpoint... it’s essentially the story of two revolutionaries fighting against a dystopian, Big Brother future imprisoned by drones and nefarious radicals. But there is so much depth in this science fiction, dissecting notions of individuality versus group thought, originality versus duplication and the complex sentiments in the development of a loving relationship."

If you are interested in reviewing The Removals and would like to receive an advance screener of the film once available, contact us here.

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 26 January, 2016 Jeff Wood, Nicholas Rombes, Scott McClanahan, TDRFilm, The Removals | 0 comments
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