Fare looks like the kind of movie us older folks could really get into. There’s some introspective content here, and the flick looks to be truly character driven. And for the record, the trailer – attached below – proves my own encouraging words fail to do the flick justice.
Bad Theology Pictures is excited to announce the world premiere of Thomas Torrey’s Fare. The tense thriller will screen for the first time at the 17th Newport Beach Film Festival, at 8:30 pm on April 26th at Island Cinemas.
Fare stars writer-director Thomas Torrey, Katherine Drew, J.R. Adduci and Pat Dortch. Filmed entirely inside a moving car over three days, Torrey’s debut feature follows a cab driver whose chance encounter with a passenger spirals into a night of darkness. Fare explores the darkest depths of love, betrayal and the fight for a committed relationship.
Check out the 411 on the film’s premiere!
Newport Beach Film Festival World Premiere:
8:30 pm, April 26, 2016
Island Cinemas – Screen 5
999 Newport Center Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660
Synopsis: Ride-share cab driver Eric begins his day like any other, responding to the many fares of the city that hail him from their smartphones. Hiding his depression due to a marriage that has long grown cold, Eric entertains small talk and discusses his “real job” of real estate. He even finds his own notions of love and marriage challenged by one fare in particular.
As Eric’s day turns to night and he takes one last fare, he finds himself face to face with the source of his troubles. When Eric recognizes this passenger as the man who is secretly sleeping with his wife, events are set in motion that threaten the lives of everyone who sets foot inside the car.