This Day in Horror

26 April 2012

Breaking Glass Pictures Looks into the Future of a Doomed Generation in “You’ll Know My Name”


April 22, 2012  - Philadelphia, PA — Breaking Glass Pictures has announced the May 29 DVD Release of the coming-of-age drama You’ll Know My Name (SRP $24.99).  The American western gets updated in this hard-hitting commentary on a lost generation caught in the decaying American dream. 
Nick is one of many teens roaming the wasteland of South Jersey. Over the course of a single evening, he sets himself on a collision course with Mike Santo; folk hero to some, psychopathic tyrant to most. At the center of the coming showdown between Nick and Mike is Christina - the final point in a deadly triangulation.
Through this tale of struggle and recklessness, we witness a subculture of young adults who are all living in the moment. None of these young men are thinking of the future, or even next week, and no one sees the consequences of their actions unfolding.  As important as it is thrilling, You’ll Know My Name is a message to an angry, entitled generation that has lost touch and can't understand why.
You’ll Know My Name is the directorial debut of Joe Raffa, who also took home the award for Best Actor at Philadelphia’s FirstGlance Film Festival. Also starring Alexander Mandell (Six Degrees of Hell), You’ll Know My Name takes a look at the direction a generation only interested in the thrill of the moment is doomed to take.
The DVD will include a behind-the-scenes featurette on the making of the film.
For more information on You’ll Know My Name including interviews and final DVD copies, please contact Justin@bgpics.com

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