Line of Sight

Strike a Pose!!! Films presents its first choreographed action movie, the post-post-apocalyptic fantasy tale of the Peregrine Saga series, LINE OF SIGHT.

See the original trailer on YouTube here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Remjoks-XhI

SYNOPSIS:
A few hundred years past our time…


Stray is a ruthless cage fighter, exiled from his hometown of Canine, the militaristic training grounds of The Peregrine Saga. In a rage, Stray ruthlessly beat his opponent to a bloody, near dead pulp during a major match. Problem was, this time his rival was the Boss’s son, so Stray was given a choice: get lynched by the locals or get the hell out of dodge. Given a gun with a single shot and told never to return, Stray makes a run for it into the scenic “wastelands” of the forgotten world.

Along the road he encounters a monk, crossing his path at a slow but steady pace. Doing their best not to agitate each other, the two initially pay the other little mind. However, the Boss from Canine town has placed a bounty on Stray’s head, going against his own promises, and has sent the former Caliber town survivor, the gunman Flintlock, to collect.

It is here the two warriors from different sides of the Appalachian Range find themselves stuck in a duel to the death, both of them trapped in a mad bounty hunter’s Line of Sight.

STARRING:
Robert Novich as Stray
Robert Ramirez as Monk
Sam Anderson as Flintlock

Written and Directed by Dylan Hintz
Set assistance by D.A.M.

Running Time- 8 minutes 20 seconds
Filmed Summer 2007, premiered March 28th 2010
Shot on location in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Visit the GALLERY images to see some behind the scenes photos!

  • Inky

    Can’t wait to see the whole thing! The trailer was really attention grabbing, but didn’t reveal enough to give anything away. Keeps me intrigued to want to watch the whole movie instead of spoiling all the good stuff!

  • Vehemens

    The Director actually made my work look fairly decent, awesome job by everyone on the crew making this short film. Looking forward to going bigger and better in the near future!

    -Robert Ramirez

  • Well done fight scene and the music was pro. You can tell that score was written for the film. Good job, thumbs up!

  • cehachem

    OK so I’m still a little confused…but I liked it. I especially enjoyed the redneck cliches they were too funny. And the forest/creek thing looks really pretty!!