Shot in the Summer of 2004 on location in a quaint New Jersey hamlet, this features some beautiful Harleys and among the most vicious canine attack scenes ever captured.
The lead here is a first-time actor who put in great performances over several days of shooting. A more-seasoned talent in the supporting role helps pull the thing together. Good editing, a great soundtrack (Paolo Conte; The Jazz Messengers; Ozzie Osbourne), and some laughs make “Beware of Dog” 8 well-spent minutes.
Plot Outline: The Biker Rally’s back in town – again – and The Man can’t handle the noise.
The current cut is available at Google.
We’ve taken up this project again in the hopes of sewing up the last the last of the hanging threads.
The story takes place the day a man – who’s already been through too much – loses it after being dumped on one time too many.
The film features two beautiful first-time actresses and an excellent, understated performance by the first-time actor leading man. There’s a good bit of interesting cinematography and an excellent soundtrack provided by Galina Ustvolskaya. The editing is sharp and makes for an entertaining 8 minutes.
This project was shot on location in The Bronx in the Summer of 2003 and has enjoyed a tremendous run in Post-Production ever since. An early cut was submitted to a Russian arts festival (under Writer / Director’s nom d’film Slavic Miknilsky) in October ’03. We’ve picked it up again at the outset of aught-six to take another run at it.
The current cut is available here.