Sorrow Movie to be Screened at the Quad Cinema in New York City
04/01/2015

New York be ready for watching the thriller and horror movie Sorrow at April 25 at Quad Cinema at 3rd Avenue.

Online PR News – 01-April-2015 – Houston, TX – Get ready for a scare, New York. On Saturday, April 25, from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., Indie horror film Sorrow will screen at the Quad Cinema at 3rd Avenue between 12th and 13th, and its director and cast will be in attendance to participate in a follow-up Q&A.

The movie will begin at 11 a.m., and writer and director Millie Loredo will introduce the film. She and Vannessa Vasquez, who plays Mila Sweeney in the film, will be in attendance to answer questions after the film concludes. Loredo is excited to screen the film in New York.

“I chose New York, because it’s a hub for the arts,” she said. “The city is a fusion of art, including film, and I know my film’s concept will be greatly appreciated by those who recognize the value of artistry behind an independent film.”

Sorrow follows the story of Mila Sweeney, a young woman who is kidnapped and tortured by deranged serial killers. She manages to escape in order to enact her own ingenious form of personal vengeance.

After the horrible nightmare, the director of the movie, Millie Loredo decided to express her words on paper and decided to turn it into movie. Millie is a great fan of horror and thriller movie. Making a horror movie was her dream and through this movie, she is realizing her childhood dream.

In this movie you have chance to see the strong and dedicated work of many powerful artistic work. In Sorrow Vannessa Vasquez in the role of Mila Sweeney, who is a forensic psychologist, Eric Martinez played the role of danger serial killer named Dale, Mary Etuk plays the role of another sadistic serial-killer , Melissa Mars justify the role of detective Salinas, Andrew Sensenig play the role of Chief of Police and Donny Boaz perform the role of detective Farrell.

Talking about the evil of the movie, who is show stealer, Eric and Mary. They are the people who creates lot of hatred through this movie. They take the inspiration from the past movie who had created great impact on the audience mind. Eric says that he want to stand out of the crowd by playing the merciless and cruel bad guy. In the movie Eric can be seen torturing and beating woman but he is proud of his role.

Loredo is optimistic that horror fans and independent film fans alike will appreciate her passion project. Click here to order your ticket for the screening today!

*This is for sending out to local press: To request a seat at the screening to review the film, contact Millie Loredo at info@sorrowthemovie.com.