Alan Rickman In Controversial New Film DUST, Now Available

Alan Rickman In Controversial New Film DUST, Now AvailableStage and screen crossover star Alan Rickman, most recently seen on Broadway in Theresa Rebeck's SEMINAR, headlines a new short film titled DUST and the controversial, fan-financed indie project has now been released.

The official synopsis for DUST is as follows: "TODD, a 60-something loner with a twitch, follows young JESSICA (7) and her MUM home from school. He waits until nightfall before breaking into their house and creeps into Jessica's room. Lifting the helpless, sleeping child off her pillow, he locates... a tooth! In a fit of compulsion, Todd crushes the tooth and snorts it from Jessica's bedside table. Wings burst out of his back and he leaps from her window, freed for another short while... until his tooth fairy addiction hits again. The next day after school, Jessica heads towards an ice cream van, a gleaming new coin in hand...."

DUST stars Alan Rickman, Jodie Whittaker and Lola Albert, written and directed by Ben Ockrent and Jake Russell and appeared as part of the 2013 Palm Springs International Film Festival.

Check out the original Sponsume site for DUST as well as the original article on the project here.


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