Please join us for a FREE screening of the mystery/thriller "Assumption of Risk" in Dolby 5.1 at the R/C Reading Theatres 11 on May 4, 2014 at 4 pm.
Tickets are free, but everyone must have a ticket to be admitted. Tickets can be picked at the Theatre after April 28 or the day of the event (no phone or online reservations for free shows).
Sponsored by the Greater Reading Film Office.
R/C Reading Movies 11
30 N 2nd St, Reading, PA[masked])[masked]
If you are not able to attend the event, "Assumption of Risk" is available to rent online now for $2.95 at http://vimeo.com/ondemand/assumptionofrisk
The movie will be available on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video in about 2 months.
Liberty Bell Films
ASSUMPTION OF RISK (2014)
Cutting edge technology spawns an enterprise of unimaginable greed which manipulates life and death as the ultimate profit making tools.
Using charts and medical history, actuary Wes Riemann can statistically predict how many years someone has to live. But it's only a prediction. When he discovers the life insurance firm he works for has been cancelling policies weeks, sometimes days before the policy holder dies in order to avoid costly payouts, he comes to grip with the impossible - that somehow, they know the exact date when someone will die. In order to prevent the firm from destroying anymore lives, including his own, Wes will risk it all to discover an unbelievable secret.
Brian Anthony Wilson (Limitless, The Postman), Dan McGlaughlin (Zombie Killers: Elephant's Graveyard), Frankie Faison (Banshee, The Wire), Patricia Mizen (Boston Legal), Christopher Mann (Michael Clayton, House of Cards). Full Cast & Crew.
Produced & Directed by Mark Kochanowicz
Written by Wade Ballance & Mark Kochanowicz
Liberty Bell Films
Sight Sense Productions
Mystery, Thriller, Crime
"Assumption of Risk does manage to create a film that really moves, with just enough sci-fi involved to keep you interested beyond the corporate conspiracy elements." - Film Threat [Mark Bell]
"It whiplashes you into a maze of intrigues, then appeases you with vignettes revealing answers that only turn into more questions." - Filmmaking Review [Cate Baum]
Web site: http://www.aormovie.com/