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First Teaser for German thriller EneME

Jakake Film has just released a teaser for their upcoming stylish thriller EneME. The film is directed by Jakob Gisik based on the script by Adnan Köse and stars Thure Riefenstein (The Man in the High Castle), Dennis Mojen (Nowhere), Udo Schenk (13 Minutes), Branko Tomovic (24: Live Another Day), Jasmin Lord (Vier gegen die Bank) and Adam Bousdoukos (Head-On). The story is about the difficult relationship between two brothers which collapses in a mire of mafia and drugs. Check out the teaser below:...

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Breaking Glass acquires dark comedy 'Kept Boy'

Breaking Glass acquires dark comedy 'Kept Boy'
Exclusive: Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North American rights to writer-director George Bamber’s gay dark comedy.

Based on the book of the same name by Robert Rodi, Kept Boy centres on interior designer and reality show star Fairleigh Knock, who has a habit for keeping beautiful things, like young and attractive Dennis, around his home.

All goes well for Dennis until Fairleigh gives him an ultimatum – get a job or get out.

Kept Boy is Bamber’s second directorial effort, following The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life Of Ethan Green, and stars John Paul Phillips, Thure Riefenstein and Greg Audino.

“I’m excited to put a post-queer take on Robert Rodi’s twisty and hilarious romp”, Bamber said. “I know all audiences will enjoy Kept Boy’s story of love and the secrets of keeping it, and Breaking Glass is the perfect partner to release our story over all media platforms.”

The dark comedy
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Leverage Review: Just Pucking Around

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Allow me to start with a quick apology and clarification: Leverage Inc. is now based out of Portland, Oregon where the show is being filmed. In last week’s Leverage review I initially said the wrong city. Thank you to all the TV Fanatics who commented and corrected me. I’m glad you’re here.

Now... on to our second offering from Leverage’s new home. This week, the team took on a job involving one of the favorite sports of Boston and Portland: hockey.

First thing I noticed about "The Blue Line Job" was that they didn’t skimp on the guest star. Treat Williams as Otters owner Peter Rising certainly maintained the standard the series set last week on the caliber of talent we can expect to see on Season 5.

Sadly, I know so little about hockey I wasn’t sure if Vladimir Busiak (played by Thure Riefenstein
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