Monday, February 4, 2013

'A Fall From Grace' w/Vincent D'Onofrio Hits Tax Credit Roadblocks

ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A horror film with a budget in the millions and Oscar nominated lead actor is on hold. The movie may be made in St. Louis Missouri if tax credits from the state are approved. They are still waiting for the state to get back to them.
The movie is called, “A Fall From Grace”. According to the Hollywood Reporter the movie will star Oscar nominated actor Tim Roth. Representatives from the film also say Vincent D’Onofrio, Daryl Hannah, and Cedric the Entertainer also have roles in the film. It is being directed by Jennifer Lynch. This is her 5th movie acting as a director.
The movie’s budget would be $10 million dollars according to a representative from the film. If financing is secured it could bring jobs and much needed national exposure to St. Louis. Film makers are still waiting on a letter of intent to be processed by the state of Missouri. The movie has been waiting on the state to respond since November. They say that if they do not get an answer soon they will switch locations for filming. Meaning, St. Louis could lose jobs and a star studded movie and to another city.
The plot of the thriller is about a St. Louis detective played by Tim Roth searching for a serial killer. The burned bodies of young girls are washing ashore on the banks of the Mississippi river. The movie tracks the detective’s decent into darkness to catch the murderer. The closer the detective gets to death, the closer he gets to solving the case.