Video Interview: @ThisFunktional talks with Actors Carra Patterson, Nile Bullock about the film THE SUBJECT

Jesus Figueroa
Written by Jesus Figueroa

Actors Carra Patterson, Nile Bullock talk with Jesus Figueroa, @ThisFunktional of, about the film THE SUBJECT, available now.

Zipoy’s “The Subject” follows a successful white documentary filmmaker dealing with the fallout from his previous film which caught the murder of a Black teen on tape.

Phil Waterhouse (Jason Biggs) is a successful documentary filmmaker with a thriving career, brilliant girlfriend and a lovely suburban home. His last film–The Price of Brotherhood –was a rousing critical and commercial success. During its making, though, baby-faced Harlem teenager Malcolm was murdered. Now, journalists, who once lauded him, hound Phil about his role in Malcolm’s death, and he is haunted by fears he could have prevented it. While working on his latest project, someone films his every move. With the tables turned, Phil is unnerved being the subject of someone else’ s movie. As his world collapses around him, he preps for a showdown with the person who threatens all that he holds dear.

“The Subject” is a riveting performance driven tour de force starring Jason Biggs (“Orange is the New Black,” and "American Pie”), Aunjanue Ellis (“If Beale Street Could Talk,” and Emmy nominee for “Lovecraft Country”), Anabelle Acosta (“Quantico,” “Ballers”), joining them in this nuanced layered drama are Carra Patterson (“Straight Outta Compton,” and Disney Plus’ “Turner & Hooch”), Nile Bullock (“Ray Donovan,” “Bull”), and Caleb Eberhardt (“Judas and the Black Messiah,” “The Post”). “The Subject” is America today. America 2020. America 2014. America 1992. America 1968. America 1919. America 1865. America 1619. 


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