Thanks to Aaron Longstreth for sending in the following:
My brother and I have been making films for the past ten years and we've worked with Kevin Kelly and Michael Manna (Stevie Richards) on past projects. Our last film, "The Long Slow Death Of a Twenty-Something," came out on October 4th, 2011 is currently available nationwide. On the heels of our first distribution deal, we are now working on a new, semi-controversial project "Before The World Goes Boom."
We will be interviewing former WCW and WWE star DDP in Atlanta next week for the film. My brother Larry Longstreth is directing and producing it via Eddy Spaghetti Productions. The film is a sarcastic but thoughtful conversation about our country and all the things that divide us, as well as whether or not we can overcome them before the world goes "boom". The story is told from a variety of different perspectives, from straights to gays and christians to atheists. Below is an early teaser for the film:
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