Film Formerly Known As LOT 451, Now THE CONFINES, Wraps Shooting

droppedImageMike Landry and Carlos Velazquez, of C Plus Pictures announced today Louisa Krause (Martha Marcy May Marlene), Jason Patric (The Lost Boys, My Sister’s Keeper), and Mark Margolis (The WrestlerBreaking Bad), will star in the psychological thriller THE CONFINES written by Ido Fluk and directed by Eytan Rockaway.  The film was formerly known as “Lot 451” and marks Rockaway’s feature film directorial debut.  Shooting just wrapped in New York.  Mike Landry and Carlos Velazquez produced the film along with Co-Producers Ryan Charles Griffin and Claudia Bellante, and Executive Producers Allen Loeb, Jeff Hoffman, and Luigi Ghilardi II. Arclight Film’s Clay Epstein will handle international sales and Traction Media’s Maren Olsen and CAA’s Nick Ogiony will handle North American sales.

THE CONFINES is set in an enormous residential complex equipped with all of the modern amenities you’d expect in luxury living except one thing…residents. Amidst a recession, the shops and rooms have all been abandoned and the underbelly of the building has been left to decay. The story takes place over one night where JULIA STREAK (Louisa Krause), a struggling single mother, works as a security guard for the corporation that owns the structure, along with her brusque, rent a cop partner, COOPER (Jason Patric). As the night progresses, the building, Cooper, and a vagrant in the area (Mark Margolis) toy with Streak sadistically. Streak’s curiosity to find the truth leads her on a dangerous path into the depths of the building, where she becomes trapped in the dark catacombs of the structure and her sanity is terrorized. Eventually, Julia must face her self as the complex demands that all who enter these grounds pay the ultimate price for admission into THE CONFINES.

“The Confines is that special convergence where a genre piece is elevated by the director’s vision along with great acting to make a truly haunting psychological thriller. We’re thrilled to be a part of it coming off the success of THE LIFEGUARD last year.”  – Mike Landry

Louisa Krause is represented by Lindsay Porter at the Gersh Agency, Jason Patric is represented by KLWGN, and Mark Margolis is represented by Robert Kolker at Red Letter Management.


About C+ Pictures:

Established in 2007, C Plus Pictures is a partnership between Mike Landry and Carlos Velazquez. They select projects based on the voice of the writer, the vision of the director, and the ability of the project to attract recognizable talent. This is their first collaboration with director, Eytan Rockaway. They bring over 20 years experience in the film and television industry. Their experiences range from development, production and fundraising to serving on festival grand juries and university speaking engagements. Both have acted in dozens of films, television shows and commercials. Their extended team includes actors, writers, and technicians with expertise in all facets of production. They have developed strategic partnerships with investors, post houses, sales reps and distributors around the world to bring compelling stories to the screen. C Plus Pictures’ award winning films have had a presence at various international film festivals including: Cannes, Sundance, Slamdance, Berlin, Tribeca, GenART, Newport Beach, Woodstock, Kudzou and many more.



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Christopher Gibson

Chris can be found only at night, playing vast hours of XBox 360, reading uniquely disturbing novels, and scouring Netflix for late sixties horror flicks. He has 69,000 Gamerscore and counting. Supposedly at the age of three, he beat Super Mario Bros. on NES, though possesses no recollection of this. Writing novels since the age of fourteen, he hopes to one day publish them. On Friday nights, he is seen at the local indie film theater, then the pubs next door shortly after, for thorough critique among friends. Follow him on Twitter @Literaryman420 


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