|Brent Scott Maze will show Delirium Trigger at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, in the Stalder Gallery of the FC Library and Arts Center.|
Yep, the rumors are true. Ted Fischer and Guenter Hussenoeder really are starring in a movie together, and the film will premiere right here in Falls City.
Delirium Trigger, a 27-minute short film by local aspiring filmmaker Brent Scott Maze will be shown in the Stalder Gallery of the Falls City Library and Arts Center at 6 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 25. And you will want to be there.
The film is about a young assassin who takes a routine assignment and ends up questioning his motives and choices. It’s a character-driven independent film that moves the same way life moves — slowly in some places, then like a spinning wheel in others. It makes the viewer think and feel.
If you like those kinds of films, you’ll love this one. If you don’t, you may not. But either way, you will want to be there. Why? Firstly, because Brent Maze is a local college kid who is studying film and media at UNL, and this is his first major film. You’ll want to be there to support him.
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