GVN Releasing presents the official trailer for the upcoming Australian thriller – GUILT. The film about a vigilante who targets child abusers will be available in select theaters on September 26th and is available on demand now. Watch the trailer and get more information about the film down below.
From The Press Release
IN SELECT THEATERS AND ON DEMAND THIS SEPTEMBER
Starring JANET SHAY (“Goodnight, Badtown”), HAYLEY FLOWERS (Nia), DAVID WOODLAND (Mooncake and Crab) and RAELEE HILL (“FarScape”, “Water Rats”).
A vigilante who targets child abusers begins to doubt her latest target’s guilt, after a mistake from her past is revealed in the thrilling GUILT, in select theaters this from 9/26 and On Demand from GVN Releasing.
Janet Shay, Hayley Flowers, David Woodland, and Raelee Hill star in a Karl Jenner and Lyndsay Sarah film.
Jessie Fuller was a child psychologist. After becoming overwhelmed with the amount of child abuse in the world, and noting how few cases are prosecuted, she decided to take the law into her own hands and become a vigilante, targeting child sex offenders. Her latest target is Grace O’Connell, a woman involved in a child sex trafficking ring, but who avoided jail time after she convinced the judge that she was a victim of abuse herself, and feared for her lifeif she didn’t obey the ring leader’s demands. Jessie doesn’t buy it. She kidnaps Grace and holds her hostage, giving her the same treatment, and torment, that Grace did to her child victims. However, one of Jessie’s ex-clients, Mitchell Douglas, five years on and now grown up, comes forward and admits to Jessie that he had lied during his sessions about a man named Geoffrey Callaghan, who had molested him, and ended up publicly shamed, convicted and murdered while on house arrest. Jessie had been the murderer. With this disturbing revelation, Jessie becomes pained and conflicted about what to do with Grace. Was she in fact a victim of abuse herself, and somebody who deserves a second chance? Or is she really a wolf in sheep’s clothing, who outsmarted the justice system for too long?
GUILT screens at the Film Noir Cinema in Brooklyn from Saturday, September 26 and is available On Demand.