Lee Priest Movie: Round Trip

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Lee Priest talks about his short film Round Trip.

 

“Round Trip” is an intriguing cinematic journey set against the backdrop of the rugged Australian outback. Director Ren Thackham weaves a tale that promises to take audiences on a gripping ride through a mysterious and dusty terrain, where the vast expanse of the land mirrors the vast depths of human nature.

The film introduces us to the enigmatic character of Ned Williams, portrayed by the talented Lee Priest. Williams is not just an ordinary man; he’s a complex individual with a dark side. This complexity adds layers to the narrative, making it an enticing exploration of the human psyche. As the story unfolds, it becomes evident that Williams is on the run, attempting to escape the clutches of authority and Constable Rose, a character brought to life by Danny Bolt.

Danny Bolt’s presence in the film adds another layer of intrigue. Constable Rose stands as an embodiment of the law, chasing Ned Williams relentlessly across the unforgiving outback. The tension between the two characters is palpable, and their interactions promise to be the driving force behind the film’s suspense.

What’s particularly noteworthy is the short but impactful filmography of Lee Priest. His experience in roles such as Blueberry in “Dumb Criminals: The Movie” and the uncredited Biker #2 in “Dumb Criminals Motorcycle Club” hints at an actor with a diverse range, which he will likely bring to his portrayal of Ned Williams.

With Ren Thackham both directing and writing the film, we can expect a cohesive and immersive storytelling experience. Thackham’s involvement in every aspect of the creative process ensures a unified vision that can elevate the narrative and captivate the audience.

“Round Trip” promises to be a thrilling journey, not only through the harsh Australian outback but into the depths of human nature. With Lee Priest and Danny Bolt at the helm, guided by Ren Thackham’s creative direction, this film has the potential to be a cinematic gem that leaves a lasting impression. The combination of strong performances, an intriguing storyline, and the rugged beauty of the outback is a winning formula that film enthusiasts are likely to appreciate.

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