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Days of Power

101 min
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Plot Summary

Plot: Inspired by actual events, an international pop star, Milow the Girl (Jenny Hutton) and her bandmates Trinity (Alyssa Lee Lewis), Riley (Robert Venable) and assistant Gia (Lara Wolf) are captured while visiting what they believe to be an animal sanctuary run by the charming southern couple Tom (Mark Riccadonna) and Patti (Missy Grynkieiwcz). during their 2010 Days of Power tour. After waking up in a warped reality at the mercy of psychotic farm hands, Travis (Paul Lewis) and Frank (Tommy Trietley) they find themselves searching for answers and fighting for more than just their own lives when a concealed industry is revealed. The film’s frenetic camera work and intense musical score along with the star-making performances by the ensemble cast, break genre barriers while revealing a hidden industry as we alternate in a nonlinear timeline between two contrasting yet equally chaotic worlds.
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