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Tuesday, 16 June 2009

Fissure - Webisode 1 - The Call

I first mentioned this last month and now here is the first episode. Not too shabby and I look forward to the next one. Have a look and let me know what you think of it.

Detective Paul Grunning is trying to piece together his fractured life. When a routine disturbance at the Ulster House turns into an unexplainable death, all he has worked for will be tested.

James McDonald is Grunning, an ailing, addicted cop, haunted by his own bad choices. He investigates the mysterious house, only to find shifting testimonies and perplexing new clues in every room. Sifting through the erratic claims of Emma, the victim’s wife, Rachel, the seductive grad student, and Andrew, a bitterly resentful son… Grunning uncovers motives, but no real answers.

Ultimately, Grunning must navigate a fractured reality and his own insecurities to find what’s real.

Episode 1 - Having not worked in months, Detective Paul Grunning gets a call from Police Chief Hudson to check out a disturbance at the Ulster home.

By Russ Pond - Producer, Director, and Editor
Starring James Macdonald, Crystal Mantecon, Jim Blumetti, Scarlett McAlister, Todd Haberkorn, Jane Willingham, Todd Terry and Noah Podell

Check out the official site.

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Marcus Boone said...

Excellent. It's not often you find a decent web show. This is definately something I'll keep my eye on. Thanks for posting :)