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I have worked as an actor in major films like Godfather 1 and Usual Suspects and recently on TV shows like Desperate Housewives, Cold Case, Ugly Betty and have produced and distributed over 40 films through Roguearts .
I am currently involved in 5 new film projects in the USA and Italy.
In addition as a member of the Actors Studio I have taught at Strasberg Institute and Theatre of Arts and created 2 acting academies in Italy and have done workshops there, I have been a judge on many film festivals and worked with Independent Film Projects West as a producer on the feature film program and the Spirit Awards.
Father's Day a film of a different nature
Father’s Day is not a title for a film reflecting on what most of us remember as a special day for dads. What we have is a dark revenge movie going off into the deep crevices, of Grindhouse movies with a the combination of 80s late-night TV and a perverted sense of humor which makes this film something truly unique.
The opening credits were an additional treat that should drop a huge hint for the show you were going to get. Illustrator Jim Rugg plunges you face-first into a wild ride, featuring his gritty designs in the opening title sequence. This film pays homage to director Dario Argento with a comic book feeling.
This is not something you let younger kids see, but naturally, they're going to make sure they see it once they hear about how cool it is. The violence, the language, and the gratuitous nudity are designed specifically to appeal to the twelve-year-old people of the world. You have to see it once just to get the big picture, then a second time to fully enjoy it.
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