“Who might you be?” “I’m Josie, I just moved in the other day.” ‘Josie’ (previously titled Huntsville) follows the tattooed, sweet-talking stranger Josie who, upon arriving to a small, southern town, strikes up relationships with local young punk Marcus and her loner neighbor Hank. “Is everything alright out here?” “Everything’s just fine, thanks.
“There’s some rumors about you.” “No one knows about me before I came here.” You can’t hide from your past when revenge comes knocking. “I’m sure you’re lonely.” “Want some company?”
“You be the bad guy?” “What do you think you know about me?” “I watched you, I know what torments you.” Hank, a solitary man living a dull existence raises eyebrows when he develops a questionable relationship with Josie, a recently transplanted high school student.
“You let a little girl frighten you, what kind of guard are you?” The Past Never Dies. “Those men are all cowards.” “They will suffer, that I promise.” She quickly becomes a hot topic of local gossip, but her true intentions for arriving in town are far more sinister when her dark past comes to light. Directed by Eric England from a screenplay written by Anthony Ragnone II starring Sophie Turner, Dylan McDermott and Daeg Faerch the independent drama has been selected as the opening night film for the inaugural Mammoth Film Festival on Feb. 8. The script was featured on the 2014 Blacklist, a list of the most liked scripts of the year. ‘Josie’ is set for theater release on March 16, 2018.
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