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Kino Lorber Acquires Sci-Fi Film 'Pig' at Comic-Con

Indiewire By Madeline Raynor | Indiewire July 22, 2013 at 11:36AM

Kino Lorber's Horizon Movies label has acquired all North American rights to "Pig," the latest sci-fi flick from Henry Barrial ("The House That Jack Built").
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"Pig"
"Pig"

Kino Lorber's Horizon Movies label has acquired all North American rights to "Pig," the latest sci-fi flick from Henry Barrial ("The House That Jack Built"). The sci-fi/mystery feature had garnered great success on the festival circuit this past year. The film stars Rudolf Martin ("Swordfish," "High Art," "NCIS") and features Patrick Fabian ("The Last Exorcism"), Steve Tom (HBO's "Funny Or Die") and Keith Diamond ("The Drew Carey Show").

"Pig" tells the story of a man (Rudolf Martin), who wakes up alone and in critical condition in the middle of the desert with a black hood on his head and his hands tied behind his back. He is discovered by a woman and is nursed back to health, only to realize he has amnesia, and has no idea who he is. His only clue, a piece of paper in his pocket with the name "Manny Elder" on it, sends him on a journey to discover his past that leads to something bigger than he could have imagined.

"Pig" was produced by Mark Stolaroff and was partially financed by Kickstarter.

This article is related to: Pig, Henry Barrial, Kino Lorber, San Diego Comic-Con