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Director Nicholas Humphries tackles this horror version of Hans Christian Anderson's The Little Mermaid called Mermaid's Song, premiering on digital from Wild Eye Releasing.
This is a homage with a different spin of Hans Christian Anderson''s The Little Mermaid. It's very dark and very creepy. A young women trying to keep the family's singing and dancing club open proves hard. This is during the Great Depression of 1930's and Young Charlotte has a lot of work to do.
When a charming gangster comes into the picture he offers to help her out and pay of the debt owed.
Being a mermaid like her mom she possess magical powers. Magic powers that are done through her magical voice.
With her voice she can control people. But when it's found out there is a battle from good bad and all that want the power of her voice for there own use.
Wow this movie was nothing what I expected. It's a dark very atmospheric movie. The costumes and cinematography are very focused on what classic time period this is.
If it was filmed in B/W you would think you were watching a movie from those golden days of film. I was amazed at what details were put into the making of this movie.
Game of Thrones Iwan Rheon is featured as the Local Gangster Randall. But the prize goes to the amazing young actress Katelyn Mager. She is brilliant and you can see many good things coming the way of this young actress.
From director Nicholas Humphries, and starring Iwan Rheon, Katelyn Mager, and Brendan Taylor, Mermaid's Song arrives on digital September 18.
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