The debut feature film from Dennis Hauck, “Too Late,” brings with it an interesting concept: The filmmaker shot the movie on 35mm in a series of single Steadicam takes that last right up until the reel runs out. It adds an interesting element to the throwback-’90s crime flick that will arrive in limited release this spring at a theater near you in 35mm.
Starring John Hawkes, Vail Bloom, Joanna Cassidy, Jeff Fahey, Robert Forster, Brett Jacobsen, Dichen Lachman, Dash Mihok, Sydney Tamiia Poitier, Crystal Reed, Rider Strong, and Natalie Zea, the non-linear story, with shades of “Pulp Fiction,” follows a private detective tasked with finding a missing woman. Here’s the synopsis:
From desolate, overgrown Radio Hill to the ritzy penthouse of The Beverly Hilton, Too Late offers remarkable views of Los Angeles from the undiscovered to the iconic. Private investigator Mel Sampson is tasked with tracking down a missing woman from his own past, crossing paths with eccentric personalities and lost souls while he works the case. Though Mel is looking for a lost woman, he’s also trying to find himself.
Click here to see when “Too Late” will screen near you, and check out the trailer below.