“Time Now”: A young woman returns to her hometown and nothing is what it seems

"Time Now": A young woman returns to her hometown and nothing is what it seems

Dark Star Pictures has recently announced they have acquired the distribution rights for dark thriller Time Now (2021).

The movie centers on a young woman, who several years after a falling out with her family in Detroit returns to the city she grew up in to mourn the sudden death of her twin brother. Upon meeting her brother’s eclectic group of friends, stepping into the scene he belonged to, and navigating the urban playground that is Detroit, she soon discovers that his death is not what it seems.

This is the new work of writer and director Spencer King, after the science-fiction and conspiracies Black Petunia (2016), and the rap documentary Death on Me: The Story of Dex Osama (2020). The main cast for the film is formed by Eleanor Lambert, Claudia Black, Xxavier Polk, Paige Kendrick, Sebastian Beacon, Jeannine Thompson, and Peter Knox.

Time Now (2021) will have its world premiere at the Austin Film Festival on October 23, 2021, and later will be available on digital and have a limited theatrical release on October 26, 2021. Here you can watch its official trailer.


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