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The Madness Within

USA 2019
produced by
Hunter G. Williams, Justin Chien, Casey McCoy (executive) for Busted Knuckle Productions
directed by Hunter G. Williams
starring Hunter G. Williams, Edin Gali, Tessa Farrell, Lily Tomlin, Kristen Carpenter, Arber Mehmeti, Devon Ogden, Ariel Yasmine, Michelle Hayden, Anya Benton, Jon Cavanaugh, Victorya Brandart, Orlando Davis, Vivian Jovanni, Tereza Kacerova, Spencer Mathis, Glenn Meister, Valeska Miller, Nicole Sienna, Jim Marsilio, Chris Damon, Bobby C. King, Tony Nevada, Hal Alpert, Quintin Mims, Dennis Nicomede, Sewell Whitney, Sal Candido
written by Hunter G. Williams, music by Dominique Laguë

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Russ (Hunter G. Williams) and Marcus (Edin Gali) are two high-flying and heavy partying Hollywood producers, and it really seems the world is their oyster - until Russ falls in love with what essentially was supposed to be a one-night-stand. Now in a way that's not too bad, because the lady in question, April (Tessa Farrell) loves him back. But then Russ finds out she's actually a hooker, and something insde him breaks. And even though she insists her love is real, and she has given up doing tricks for him, he can never forget, and even when they come together again, it's only so long before his misgivings get the better of him, and it seems they're in a constant cyle of make-up and break-up. Meanwhile, the latest movie set Russ and Marcus run isn't going to great, and they're on the verge of losing the contract, and yet Marcus thinks it's a good idea to gamble all his money away - and suddenly owe a small fortune to mob boss Vic (Arber Mehmeti), who eventually comes to collect, and Russ sees himself forced to pay up lest Vic be killed - and that's just after he caught April being a sex slave at an erotic masque - and that all pretty much sets an ever accelerating downward spiral into motion ...


At the same time very dark Hollywood satire and gritty drama, The Madness Within is a film that might not exactly stay away from Hollywood clichés (which it candidly admits even), but puts them together to tell a compelling story that's made all the more close-to-home as the film doesn't use hyperboles and formulaic storytelling but manages to find subtlety between all the sex, drugs and violence that make the film. And of course, an able ensemble helps bringing the film to full bloom as an entertaining yet disturbing trip to tinsel town.


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