|By PR Newswire||
|April 15, 2014 03:29 PM EDT||
LONDON, April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Marriage trailer is one of the greatest things you will ever see. This film just launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise the last bit of funding to finish the astounding Visual Effects and Sound Design, ahead of their planned premiere in December.
Marriage is the most powerful and clever film about the Global Recession ever told. It is a wake up call to society. Seen through the metaphor of a crumbling marriage, the wife is Humanity, the husband is the Financial System and their love life is the Economy. All the characters around them represent countries and politicians. With state of the art visual effects from Paul Curtis (Lost in Space) the film was shot in a barn in Kent, England, which was transformed into an upscale apartment set within multiple cities around the world.
Katerina Curtis, writer and director, said she was inspired to create the film after becoming caught up in the terrifying Greek riots. "I could see the world order disintegrating around me and wanted to find a way of humanizing the story, of highlighting how damaging this concentration of power is to us".
The Kickstarter campaign ends on Sunday May 18th. To pledge and get some amazing rewards and to find out more: http://kck.st/1eFrq3i
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Media Contact: Paul Curtis, Inventome Ltd, +44 1227 478824, [email protected]
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