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Camille Rowe is set to star in a new indie drama ‘Where Are You’


We've all had creative blocks, and for some, bouts of creative drought can last longer than others. This is what Camille Rowe and Anthony Hopkins new film, Where Are You is centred around. That, and the kinds of twists that all good drama's are loaded with.

Off the back of his sixth Oscar nomination for this performance in The Father, Hopkins will lead the cast of the indie drama alongside model, actor, and RUSSH cover star Rowe. The pair will be accompanied by Madeline Brewer of The Handmaid's Tale Angela Sarafyan of Westworld, Mickey Sumner of Snowpiercer, and Ray Nicholson of Promising Young Woman, Deadline reports. alongside they key cast members in the cast are Melora Walters of Magnolia, Brad Greenquist of Ali, Rita Taggart of Mulholland Dr., and Georgian-American actor Irakli Kvirikadze. Dante Spinotti had lensed the movie.

The film, which will be co-directed by Valentina De Amicis and Riccardo Spinotti from a screenplay by Amicis, Spinotti and Matt Handy, tells the story of a photographer in the midst of an artistic decline who begins to take his aggressions out on his artist girlfriend. After the girlfriend cryptically disappears, he delves into his subconscious, "descending down a spiral of mystery and madness on his search for her, as well as himself."

Marcella and Dante Spinotti - the two-time Oscar-nominated cinematographer of L.A. Confidential and The Insider - are helming the films production alongside Carte Blanche’s Kyle Stroud and Rocco Bovo. Heather Kritzer is also producing, with Markus Bishop-Hill and Stephanie Rennie in the role of executive producers.

It will be nice to see Rowe star in another indie film. Her previous work includes titles like Our Day Will Come, Paris Pigalle, and Now Is Everything. Where Are You does not yet have a release date or trailer, but we will stay updated pending new developments.

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