This episode of The Dinner Club we welcome the cast of independent movie, Counterblow.
As explained by supporting actress Jill Allen , Counterblow is about a mother, obsessed with watching murder shows, convinces her daughter to murder her husband’s mistress with the help of herself and a close relative. “Now I know that sounds deep, but its all comedy. So its a lot of things that go awry in this situation, says Jill.
Ty Whittington, the director of Counterblow, talks about the all woman cast movie. It is not really all about the man, but rather than the woman who cheats. The mistress.
“I tired to make it light. I know a lot of females, I personally went through it where you know you invest so much in your relationship. You know, your spouse may cheat and you may not want to give it up. You know what I mean. Like I worked so hard for this relationship and I don’t want to walk away. Sometimes the girl don’t care. These girls don’t care. So it was just like I want to kill her. I want to eliminate her, you know. so, I was make light of that,” says Ty.
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Be sure to tune in tomorrow night 9pm on the @thedinnerclubpm @dashradio We will be discussing our new short Counterblow. Premiere will be taken place at @indienightff Indie Night Film Festival Saturday, May 4th. Red carpet starts at 2:30pm visit @indienightff to purchase your tickets. Hope to see everyone there!! #indienightff #bosschicsfilms #writer #director #producer #womaninfilm #comedy
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