Architect-turned-filmmaker Neil Breen (a god in his own right) humbly shares his professional movie knowledge, along with how he was able to write, shoot, edit, produce, direct, act, and self-fund five theatrical independent feature films.
Joe Marshall and Frank Washington are two tenacious police detectives who seek at all costs to stop the Katana, a renegade Yakuza gang composed of violent and sadistic killers who want to lead the drug trade in Los Angeles.
Love takes a furry twist in this slice of romantic comedy. A young woman falls for a stray dog with a secret: by night, it becomes a man. Follow the journey of the golden retriever and the friend who gives him a home.
Neil Breen shot the film mostly on Las Vegas, something he has been doing since his debut Double Down (2005), creating an apparently solid relationship with the indie film theaters there. Yet, when Twisted Pair was planned to get an screening in the city -for unknown reasons- it got canceled (Breen stated he paid "in full advance" to the theater). Neil expressed his displeasure with the situation on his personal Twitter account claiming that they were "not supporters of indie film". See more »
After shooting two goons dead, Cale Altair picks up two of the used artillery shells and takes them with him. When a gun has just been fired, its artillery shells would be too hot to even touch. See more »
When I first discovered my savior Neil Breen through his early work, it was the second coming of Jesus. Twisted Pair has everything you want in a film: a camera, a setting, actors that are playing characters, and best of all Neil Breen.
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