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Ultra Low (2018)

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Releases October 6, 2020
A meta drama described as a cross between Clerks and Entourage, following a real-life filmmaking team in an unfiltered look behind the scenes as they struggle to break down the doors of Hollywood.


Nicholas Gyeney


Nicholas Gyeney
18 wins & 16 nominations. See more awards »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Lauren Holly ... Lauren
Yuji Okumoto ... Yuji
Nicholas Gyeney ... Nicholas
Tami Stronach ... Tami
Edi Zanidache Edi Zanidache ... Edi
Edward Michael Scott Edward Michael Scott ... Scott
Sean Ferguson Sean Ferguson ... Sean
Erik Albidress Erik Albidress ... Erik
Jay Somsen Jay Somsen ... Jay
Aaron Viggers Aaron Viggers ... Aaron
Megan Barkley Megan Barkley ... Cadence
Stephanie Bates ... Kaily
Angela Okumoto Angela Okumoto ... Angie
Elizabeth Rhoades ... The Waitress
Rey-Phillip Santos ... Bartender


The story begins with a filmmaking team that's already sacrificed to make several professional feature films. While having significant indie budgets and films starring name actors, they can't seem to get the attention of the industry elite. Upon learning the news that their latest endeavor will not be accepted into any top tier film festival, the team has hit rock bottom. With heavy hearts, they push each other to pick up and move forward on development of their next feature film, a supernatural thriller called THE RED VISION, in hopes that THIS will be the one that finally turns heads their direction. As development progresses, the team lands actress Lauren Holly, star of films like Dumb and Dumber, Beautiful Girls, and Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, and her voice shines as a guiding light of wisdom for the young filmmakers as they push forward through the trenches. Written by Mirror Images LTD.

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Strive. Struggle. Dream.



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My favorite thing about movies like this...
25 August 2018 | by BabyGoose12See all my reviews

Are all the hateful failed or clueless artists that come out of the woodwork to tear them down because instead of accepting that they just don't know how to get films made (and should learn how to), or haven't had their lucky break yet, they choose to attack those who give a real go at it because bullying others is easier than doing work.

This movie is no masterpiece, but it's a solid drama. I was at a festival where this won Best Film. Even there I saw filmmakers angry because this movie won over there's. So what happened to the days when filmmakers would support each other and root for each other? It's a sad place where we are.

And I'll be honest, my movie lost out on an award to this one too. But you know what? I'm okay with that because Ultra Low is solid. It was well made, and probably better than my movie in more than one way. If only others could swallow their insecurities and respect the efforts of other aspiring artists.

I liked the score. The music was surprisingly of high quality for an indie production. Nice visuals and solid overall pacing helped too. Like I said, no masterpiece. So if you're looking for an interesting independent drama, here's one to see. Just do yourself a favor and ignore all the envious losers who have nothing better to do with their lives than to come onto forums to anonymously bash an artist who's really trying to do something.

Good work Nicholas and team. And good to meet you.

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6 October 2020 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital



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2.35 : 1
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