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FRACTIONAL lands North American distribution

A psychiatrist, John Hatchett, wakes up tied to a chair in an abandoned warehouse. Left with no food, water or chance of escape, John’s only weapons are his mind and he must use them to full effect to outwit David Crowe, a man who is not of sound mind and claims to be a former patient. John has a past that he wishes to remain a secret… A secret David Crowe is willing to do anything to reveal…

‘Fractional is a Hybrid movie, part psychological thriller and part horror. Set in a murky claustrophobic setting where a dangerous game of cat and mouse takes place between a twisted villain and a psychiatrist with a hidden past. Bloody disgusting calls it ‘a psychological thriller that’s definitely worth a watch’

‘Fractional’ came to life when another Totality Pictures project called ‘Compromised’ fell through before principle photography. Wanting to create a claustrophobic story with minimal characters,

Writer/Director Malcolm Deegan set about crafting a Character based script set in an unpredictable world of twists and turns which ends in a shattering climax.

‘Fractional’ has been picked up for north american distribution through Nelson Madison films/indie rights movies in LA. DVD and Blu ray announcements coming soon!

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IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2082276/?ref_=nv_sr_4

 

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