Douglas, a New York real estate tycoon, is taking over the apartments. Gradually losing his mind, he physically eliminates the tenants.
The Snack-Bar is a 45 minutes film that places the viewer in the position of a close witness to the daily life of a psychopathic businessman.
This film is dedicated to Leonard Peltier, an Amerindian political prisoner incarcerated since 1976.
- Duration : 45 mn. VOSTR
- Director, script, editing : Alfred Poisson
- Dialogues : Douglas Everett Davis & Alfred Poisson
- Post-production Fx : Sébastien Alzamora & Sébastien Gariel
- Music: 'Xerak' Xavier Gutter + Electronic Manor mixed by the Barones + the Anti-Acoustic Warfar by KaosR-One
- With : Douglas Everett Davis, Mipam Thurman, Lisa Anne Kostur, Lorraine Ricard, Annelise Peterson, Chelsea Scott, John Myers, Joseph Gonzales, Anna Sheard, Laura Spring, Maxime Riondet, Chris Durk Wild, Latoya Wilcher, Hannah Warren, Nico Price, Gina Nargi.
Douglas Everett Davis
Douglas Everett Davis is the starting point and the incredible meteor of the Snack Bar. He's the first to respond to the classified ad stuck on the walls of New York.
Afterwards, he successfully launches himself as a professional in a series of brilliant roles in films and theatre. He is also a film director.
The last feature film in which he plays is Beach Rats (2017) by Eliza Hittman. The film has been selected for many festivals (from Locarno to Deauville) and has received several awards, including the Director's Award at the Sundance Festival.
Douglas Everett Davis' website: www.douglasdavis.nyc