Judas Kiss

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"If you had a second chance, would you grab it?"
  • NR
  • 2011
  • 1 hr 34 min
  • 5.4  (2,310)

Judas Kiss is a 2011 drama film that follows the story of Zachary Wells, a struggling filmmaker who is returning to his alma mater to judge a student film festival. Zachary is hoping to find the next big talent, someone who can take his own career to new heights. However, what he finds is unexpected and deeply personal. While at the film festival, Zachary finds himself drawn to a young filmmaker named Danny Reyes. Danny’s film is powerful and emotionally impactful, and Zachary sees in him the kind of talent and drive that he himself once had. But as Zachary tries to mentor Danny, he begins to see strange and inexplicable things happening around him.

As Zachary struggles to figure out what is real and what is not, he must face the demons of his past and confront the mistakes that he made in his own life. With the help of his former lover, Peter, and his new friend, Julie, Zachary begins to unravel the mystery that surrounds Danny and the film festival.

The film explores themes of regret, redemption, and the power of the past to shape our present. It also touches on issues such as artistic integrity, the need for human connection, and the dangers of ambition and jealousy.

Judas Kiss boasts a talented cast, including Richard Harmon as Zachary, Genevieve Buechner as Julie, and Sean Paul Lockhart (also known as Brent Corrigan) as Danny. Harmon delivers a nuanced performance as the troubled and complex Zachary, while Buechner and Lockhart offer strong supporting performances.

The film’s direction is also noteworthy, with director J.T. Tepnapa deftly blending elements of drama, romance, and mystery to create a compelling and emotionally resonant story. Tepnapa’s use of lighting, color, and camera angles also adds to the film’s overall visual appeal.

Overall, Judas Kiss is a thought-provoking and engaging film that will leave audiences thinking long after the credits roll. It is a must-see for fans of independent cinema and anyone who enjoys a good mystery with a satisfying twist. With its strong cast, compelling story, and talented direction, it is no surprise that Judas Kiss has become a cult classic in the years since its release.

Judas Kiss is a 2011 drama with a runtime of 1 hour and 34 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.4.

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    1 hr 34 min
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    5.4  (2,310)