‘Los Angeles Overnight’ Has a Bevy of Colorful Villains and Feeds on Desperation

LOS ANGELES OVERNIGHT is inspired by the L.A. Modern Noir genre and populated with distinct and dynamic characters, Arielle Brachfeld (Consumption) stars in LOS ANGELES OVERNIGHT as Priscilla, a struggling actress who inherits a bevy of colorful villains after desperation drives her and her gullible boyfriend, a lovelorn mechanic (Azim Rizk, Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk), to steal big from the Los Angeles underworld. No amount of preparation could ever prepare this actress for a blood-soaked role filled with seedy criminals and “hot loot.”

Entirely shot in Los Angeles, the cast is appropriately peppered the Hollywood scene including Peter BogdanovichSally Kirkland and recent CineAsia Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Lin Shaye.

The directorial debut of filmmaker Michael Chrisoulakis’ will launch a limited national, theatrical  release on March 9 driven by Arena Cinelounge to be followed by a digital release through Freestyle Digital Media on March 20.