Writer-Director Javier Reyna stops by to talk about his latest feature, indie action-thriller DUE JUSTICE, starring Kellan Lutz, Jeff Fahey and Efren Ramirez. We talk about bringing the feel of Seattle to the film, balancing the character development between the trio of protagonists & antagonists, how the music enhances some of the personality breaks our main character Max experiences, and much more
DUE JUSTICE is an interesting story, touching on mental illnesses caused by severe head injuries, and some of the problems people suffering from those afflictions can endure. Honestly, as I mentioned in the interview, this movie should have been about 15 minutes longer to fill in all of the areas that felt rushed to me, or where a story point or two might have been glossed over too quickly. I hope there’s a physical media release where the full 2-hour version can be viewed.
DUE JUSTICE is out from Saban Films in Theaters, on Demand and Digital on November 24.
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