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American Wisper

USA 2020
produced by
Howard Nash, Christopher Bell (executive), Mary Jane Bulseco (executive), Joseph DiRenzo (executive), Bill Victor Arucan (executive) for Open Communications
directed by Russ Emanuel
starring Christian Barber, Naaji Kenn, Lanisha Javon Gholston, Kenishia Green, Laquana Henny, Gayle Samuels, Morris D. Small, Michael Emery, Craig Batchker, Tim Cinnante, Rachel Jarvis, Shanel Cheatham, Cameron Newsome, Vincent Michel Paul Filliatre, Michael Ray, Nicholas E. Calhoun, Travis Terrell Jacobs, Mike Marino, Joseph Coppola, Timothy Lee Conley, Ryan Scott Thomas, Beth Rosen, David Lee, Susan Buckwell, Anngeannette Pinkston, Dwayne Chandler, Debbie Klaar, Purnell Holloway, Isaiah Seward, Tiffany Lloyd, Charlotte Blacklock, Tyler Shand, Guy Whitlock, Antonio Bamoozie, Tiffany M. Johnson, Denise Boccio, Michael Olibrice, Nestor Delgado, Tanika Inlaw Chambers, Will Johnson, April Eppse, Doriane Louisy Louis-Joseph, Terry Lee King, Lilly Castro, Rebbekah Alson (= Rebbekah Vega-Romero), Tanisha Hereast, Isabel Romero, Melissa Visco
screenplay by Howard Nash, Rod Cavin, music by Vasilis Milesis

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Wisper (Christian Barber) is a self-made man, a successful businessman and bar owner ... who might just be a little too full of himself - why else would he have Laura (Naaji Kenn) follow him everywhere with a camera. Of course, while he's successful in business, he's not so much as a husband and father, as he repeatedly forgets his kids' (Rachel Jarvis, Shanel Cheatham, Cameron Newsome) school events, he's pretty much at war with his wife (Laquana Henny), and we better not even talk about his sister in law (Lanisha Javon Gholston). What's worse, he tries to make up for his deficiencies as a husband and father with his mistress Melonie (Kenishia Green). When he returns home though after a night with Melonie, he finds his family killed, and what's worse, the police leave him at no uncertain terms he's on the list of suspects, despire his alibi Melonie gladly confirms. But of course, he's a black man living in a white neighbourhood, so there's that ...

When the police come up with nothing and even suspect him of using his bars as a front for drug-pushing even if he works closely with another department to keep his establishments drug-free, Wisper, with Laura always in tow, starts to investigate on his own. But ultimately, he might not like what he does find out ...


So ok, Wisper is a found footage movie of sorts - but not so that his upsets its carefully built-up structure or comes across as just a gimmick. Actually, the film is very well shot and its "documentary" approach doesn't feel out of place even once, is narratively believably and indeed necessary 100%, as this way it takes the audience on the exact journey the protagonist is on, never gives the viewer that extra ounce of knowledge one's often allowed to have in other movie's but which would have destroyed the impact of this particular movie. And what we get thanks to all of that is a very tight thriller without clear heroes or villains (actually the viewer can't be certain of Wisper's innocence until near the end), and where even the resolution of the thing isn't exactly a happy ending. And thanks to a tight directorial effort, a tense script and strong performances by all involved, this is a genre movie that shouldn't be missed.


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