Sun Choke (2015) Trailer

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Sun Choke (2015) - Trailer

Sun Choke (2015) - Trailer
Year: 2015
Genres: Horror, Thriller, Drama, Mystery
Type: Trailers
Duration: 1M39S
Cast: Barbara Crampton, Sara Malakul Lane, Evan Jones, William Nicol, Sarah Hagan, Joe Nieves, Annie Read, Jim Boeven, Riley Litman, Daisy O'Dell, Don Oscar Smith, Mary Cseh, Christina Amber, Derek Bevil, Diana Nguyen
Director(s): Ben Cresciman

Ben Cresciman"s trailer for Sun Choke (2015) starts off straightforward with our character Janie trying being taken care of and entering the world after seclusion for what looks like most of her life. This slow start quickly speeds up to her going crazy and stalking someone else. The film looks interesting and like something you should watch just to see this descent into madness. Christina Amber, Derek Bevil, Jim Boeven, Sarah Hagan, and Sara Malakul Lane star in Sun Choke.

Janie’s just trying to get well. As she recovers from a violent psychotic break, she’s subjected each day to a bizarre holistic health and wellness regimen designed, and enforced, by her lifelong nanny and caretaker. She begins to veer off the road to recovery when she develops an obsession with a young woman to whom she feels an inexplicable yet profound connection. The obsession turns increasingly invasive, and wedges all three women into an ever-tightening, and progressively terrifying struggle for control. Will Janie pull herself back from the precipice of insanity? Or go over head-first, taking anyone nearby down with her?

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Synopsis:

As she recovers from a recent violent psychotic break, Janie (Hagan) is subjected each day to a bizarre holistic health and wellness regimen designed, and enforced, by her lifelong nanny and caretaker, Irma (Crampton). Janie begins to veer off the road to recovery when she develops an obsession with a young woman, Savannah (Lane), that Janie feels an inexplicable yet profound connection to. The obsession turns increasingly invasive, and wedges all three women into an ever-tightening, and terrifying struggle for control. Will Janie pull herself back from the precipice of insanity? Or will she go over head-first, taking anyone nearby down with her?