Two Dollar Radio Releases Trailer For Debut Feature Film "I'm Not Patrick"

I'm Not Patrick

We've spotlighted them as a stellar indie publisher. We've reviewed several of their books for our Bookshots series. We even reported on their Indiegogo campaign that successfully extended their operations into filmmaking. Now, LitReactor is proud to share the first trailer from Two Dollar Radio's debut feature film I'm Not Patrick. Here's a little about the movie from TDR's website:

I'm Not Patrick is a black comedy that follows Seth, a teenager whose twin brother, Patrick, has suddenly, tragically, committed suicide. Seth doesn't know what to feel, but everyone is eager to suggest what they imagine to be typical reactions to monozygotic suicide.

Whether it's the rival twins' landscaping company encroaching on Seth's turf, or the school guidance counselor hovering close-by, or the French club electing him honorary president (a position that Patrick had occupied), Seth struggles to assert his individuality and insist that 'I'm not Patrick.'

TDR's editorial director Eric Obenauf wrote and directed the film. According to the official press release, Obenauf made the film on a budget of less than $3,500. Furthermore,

I'm Not Patrick features music by iconic art-punk band Japanther, up-and-comers Bummers, and a soundtrack by celebrated noise musician, Mike Shiflet, who also served as Director of Photography on the film.

Check out the trailer below. I'm Not Patrick will be out in spring 2015. Who's excited to see it?

Christopher Shultz

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Christopher Shultz writes weird, dark fiction. His stories have appeared both online and in print, including most recently in Apex Magazinefreeze frame flash fiction and Grievous Angel. In addition to LitReactor, he has also written for Ranker.comCultured Vultures and Tor.com. At times, he dabbles in digital art and photography. Christopher lives in Oklahoma City with his fiancée Lauren and their two mostly well-behaved cats. More info at christophershultz.com.

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