2 GRAVES IN THE DESERT (2020)
EST Release: 14. December, 2020
1h 25min | United States | Director: Benjamin Goalabré |
Cast: Michael Madsen, William Baldwin, Cassie Howarth, Ryan Slater.
A man and woman wake to find themselves tied and gagged in the trunk of a pick-up truck and it soon becomes clear that they have been kidnapped and taken as hostages. Their two kidnappers have their own agenda, and it's not a pleasant one.
Starring Michael Madsen and William Baldwin, “2 Graves in the Desert” is a cold thriller set on the blazing road to Las Vegas, provoking the ultimate question - is there any way the hostages can escape alive ...
TVoD Release: 28. December, 2020
DVD / BD Release: 18. January, 2021
MICHAEL MADSEN - Vince
Michael Madsen's long career spans nearly 40 years and more than 170 films in which he has played memorable characters in myriad box office hits, including: Kill Bill - Volume 1 (2003), Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) Sin City (2005), Hell Ride (2008), Die Another Day (2002), Donnie Brasco (1997), Species (1995), The Getaway (1994), Thelma og Louise (1991), and FreeWilly (1993). Michael is notably recognized for his role as Mr. Blonde, in Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs (1992).
Michael Madsen about Vince and his multiple bad guy characters:
It’s just a bad guy. The difference is I have a brother. We’re two bad guys, me and Billy. That appealed to me. It’ll be cool to be with him in a road movie and doing some nasty things on the road. It was a good script idea, I thought. And I loved working with Billy. (Source: lrmonline.com)
WILLIAM BALDWIN - Mario
William Baldwin has distinguished himself as an actor/producer/writer who continues to showcase his multitude of talents in the world of film and television.
Baldwin has starred in over 30 films of varied genres. In 2005, he memorably starred with Laura Linney and Jeff Daniels in the critical award-winning hit film "The Squid & The Whale." The drama, directed by Noah Baumbach and produced by Wes Anderson, was recognized on over 200 Top 10 Lists that year. His other film credits include the screen adaptation of Noel Coward's "Relative Values," "One Eyed King," "The Brotherhood of Murder," "Curdled," "Virus," "Pyromaniacs: A Love Story," "Shattered Image," "Double Bang," "Fair Game," "Sliver," "Three of Hearts," "Flatliners," "Internal Affairs," and the "The Preppy Murder." He made his feature film debut in Oliver Stone's "Born on the Fourth of July."