Posted on: August 18, 2022 Posted by: Annette Comments: 0
#AngiesCure hits theaters for a limited release next week. The movie stars Essence Atkins and Lanett Tachel as “Angie,” who believes getting revenge against her rapist will ease her pain, but she discovers there are two victims to revenge. #Miami #drama https://upscalemagazine.com/angies-cure-hits-theaters-for-a-limited-run/

 

New Breed Entertainment is rolling out its new dramatic thriller “Angie’s Cure” for a limited theatrical release, and the first stop is Miami, Florida.

“When a man walks down the sidewalk, I cross the street,” says Angie after being raped at a house party. Ten years later, she seizes a rare opportunity to turn the tables on an attacker. However, the sweet taste of revenge threatens to turn her into the very monster she’s feared throughout the years.

Directed by Corey Grant and produced by Grant, Lanett Tachel, James Searles, and Audrey Kendrick, the movie hits screens on Aug 26, 20222, at REGAL CINEMAS, South Beach, Florida.

The film stars Lanett Tachel (ILLICIT/SURROUNDED) in the title role of “Angie”; Essence Atkins (A HAUNTED HOUSE/FIRST WIVES CLUB); Sean Nelson (THE WOOD/FRESH); Vanessa Estelle Williams (CANDYMAN, SOUL FOOD); Denise Boutte (WHY DID I GET MARRIED); and Jennifer Freeman (MY WIFE AND KIDS).

Zachary Daniel Porter (“Generation Z”) stars a young Jason, making his first lead appearance in a feature film. “The pace was really fast,” he said during the film’s premiere.

Mariah Robinson (“The Wrong Valentine”) plays young Angie. She said of her role, “It was a lot of fun just getting to bond with everyone. It felt like a real party experience.”

Christian Torres Villalobos, Michael Petrone, and Duane Finley round out the cast for an unexpected rollercoaster ride from the beginning to the end of the film. For updates, visit https://angiescure.com

 

Angie's Cure movie poster

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Annette Purkiss Johnson is the president of Allwrite Publishing and editor of HERS magazine. She has taught journalism at the collegiate level and continues to develop writers and authors of all kinds. The author of several books, including a language arts textbook series, she also produces plays, films and other creative adaptations of writing.