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  • Penumbra

    Penumbra

    pe•num•bra [pi-nuhm-bruh]
    noun, plural pe•num•brae [-bree], pe•num•bras.

    1.   A shadowy, indefinite area.
    2.   The place between light and dark.
    3.   The edge of darkness.

    A story of a loving family man who, when his young son is kidnapped and killed by child traffickers is left with a choice; freedom from the unbearable pain (by taking his own life) or catharsis in the form of revenge.

    He chooses the latter and in doing so descends into a vile underworld and risks becoming the very thing he seeks to destroy.

    Set in present day Europe. This is the story of a man’s search for absolution, his fall from this world into darkness, his salvation by an unconditional act of love and his redemption through the ultimate sacrifice.

  • Interview with a hitman

    Interview with a Hitman

    Trust No one. Feel nothing. Never lose: this is the mantra that has helped a ruthless Eastern European assassin rise to the pinnacle of his profession. Raised in the harsh slums of Romania, Victor knows the value of life more than most, which makes him the perfect killer.

     

    But after being betrayed by the very men who made him, he must fake his own death and escape to London. Here he joins a new gangster family and finds his rules are again put to the test in the midst of a vicious underworld power struggle. 

    Viktor is now better, faster and more ruthless than ever before. With the secrets of his past refusing to fade away, an encounter with a dark beauty turns his world on its head and offers him the chance for a new life. But can he ever escape the existence he was born into? It is not long before a deadly threat from a past he thought long buried surfaces and he is forced to change his path. It is time to face that which cannot be forgotten.

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  • Interview with a hitman Trailer 1 Trailer 2 Thriller / 92 minutes / 2012 / UK / English

    Interview with a Hitman

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    In his final mission, an elite hitman, returns to erase his past, only to find that somebody has messed with his future.

    Synopsis

    Trust No one. Feel nothing. Never lose: this is the mantra that has helped a ruthless Eastern European assassin rise to the pinnacle of his profession. Raised in the harsh slums of Romania, Victor knows the value of life more than most, which makes him the perfect killer. But after being betrayed by the very men who made him, he must fake his own death and escape to London. Here he joins a new gangster family and finds his rules are again put to the test in the midst of a vicious underworld power struggle.

    Viktor is now better, faster and more ruthless than ever before. With the secrets of his past refusing to fade away, an encounter with a dark beauty turns his world on its head and offers him the chance for a new life. But can he ever escape the existence he was born into? It is not long before a deadly threat from a past he thought long buried surfaces and he is forced to change his path. It is time to face that which cannot be forgotten.

    Director
    Perry Bhandal
    Producer
    Perry Bhandal
    Production Companies
    Kirlian Pictures, Northstar Ventures

    Cast

    Luke Goss (Blade II, Hellboy II), Caroline Tillette, Stephen Marcus, Dermot Keaney, Rene Zagger, Ray Panthaki, Branko Tomavich, Philip Whitchurch, Danny Midwinter, Patrick Lyster, Uriel Emil Pollack, Christopher Sciueref, Philip Arditti, Elliot Greene

  • Penumbra

    Penumbra

    pe•num•bra [pi-nuhm-bruh]
    noun, plural pe•num•brae [-bree], pe•num•bras.

    1.   A shadowy, indefinite area.
    2.   The place between light and dark.
    3.   The edge of darkness.

    A story of a loving family man who, when his young son is kidnapped and killed by child traffickers is left with a choice; freedom from the unbearable pain (by taking his own life) or catharsis in the form of revenge.

    He chooses the latter and in doing so descends into a vile underworld and risks becoming the very thing he seeks to destroy.

    Set in present day Europe. This is the story of a man’s search for absolution, his fall from this world into darkness, his salvation by an unconditional act of love and his redemption through the ultimate sacrifice.

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Screendaily: Penumbra selected for IFF, OMDC’s eighth annual Toronto co-financing market

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Writer & Director Perry Bhandal’s second feature selected for IFF, OMDC’s eighth annual Toronto co- financing market.

EXCLUSIVE: 40 Canadian and international producer teams selected for OMDC’s eighth annual Toronto co-financing market. The Ontario Media Development Corporation’s feature film co-financing market will be held Sept 8-9, running concurrently to TIFF.

The two-day event includes one-on-one producer meetings, a top-level panel discussion, roundtable meetings, a networking luncheon, and a networking reception.

The initiative focuses on English language feature film projects being developed by international and Canadian producers, who meet with executives including sales agents, financiers, distributors, agents and executive producers – from companies including Beta Cinema, Big Beach, Cinetic, eOne, Film4, Film Nation, TF1, Wild Bunch and William Morris Endeavor.

Read Full Article online at: Screendaily Article

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Movie City News REVIEW: Interview with a Hitman gets “an unqualified rave”

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Movie City News review of Interview with a Hitman by Gary Dretzka

It isn’t often that I’m able to give an unqualified rave to a thriller that goes straight-to-DVD, was made by a first-timer and whose cover promises little more than gunplay and death. “Interview With a Hitman,” written and directed by Perry Bhandal, chronicles the evolution of a professional assassin from his twisted boyhood to the pinnacle of his chosen career. Raised in the slums of Bucharest, Viktor appears to have been born with a chip on his shoulder. As soon as he’s able to hold a pistol in his wee hand, he volunteers to do errands for the local crime boss. They include killing a much larger man who owes money to the mob and wastes his last breath laughing at the boy’s effrontery. Assassins are taught not to leave witnesses, so he also kills the man’s wife. His first mistake in life is not to take out the kiddies, as well.

The life expectancy of even the most accomplished hitmen in Europe is relatively short, if only because trust is in short supply among the thuggish gangsters, all of whom seem to know each other. Viktor has lasted longer than most of his peers, thanks to his marksmanship and fists of fury. He keeps a low profile, but there are only so many mercenary killers listed in the Yellow Pages and his targets tend to be related by blood to a criminal who’s still alive. When he goes against his best instincts and develops feelings for a lethal lady, you sense that his time will come soon.

If none of that sounds remotely different from dozens of other crime thrillers you’ve seen in the last several years, “Interview With a Hitman” has other things going for it than action. In square-jawed Luke Goss (“Death Race 2,” “HellboyII,” “Blade II”), Bhandal has found an actor who has a firm handle on the character’s existential persona and feels comfortable within the film’s impressionistic landscape. Because Viktor isn’t required to waste words explaining his motives and chatting with his targets before killing them, Bhandal can play all the sonic, visual and narrative tricks on viewers that he feels necessary to convey his dark vision.

Read the review online (6th entry) at: Movie City News review of Interview with a Hitman


FLIX66 Review: Interview with a Hitman “opening ten minutes are practically Kubrickian”

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Flix66 Review of Interview with a Hitman by Eric Sloss

Director/Screenwriter Perry Bhandal has a nice feel for the medium in his debut. The opening ten minutes are practically Kubrickian. Bhandal uses no dialogue with pulsating music heightening the tension. He first shows a young boy holding a gun to a young girl. He looks at her with steely determination and cocks the trigger. The scene cuts away before we know the end result. Bhandal then takes us along to a journey of two men. One is an older man who drives out to the middle of nowhere and puts a bag over his head. It is all very clandestine. The other guy is younger and bald. He strides through the airport with a purpose. He then prepares a gun and his outfit with utter precision and control. The first words are uttered by a man just before the bald assassin kills him…

Bhandal shows a deft touch with the fight scenes. It is like ballet with fists. The choreography is well thought out. Bhandal also hit it out of the park with his casting of Luke Goss. Goss just has the look of a hitman. He’s got the piercing blue eyes, wiry body, hard glare and authoritative voice. It truly is what I would picture a hitman to look like.

Read full review online at: Flix66 Review of Interview with a Hitman


Rock Shock Pop REVIEW: Interview with a Hitman “impressive feature debut…A film that is as smart and thought provoking as it is tense and violent”

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Rock Shock Pop Review of Interview with a Hitman by Ian Jane

The debut feature from filmmaker Perry Bhandal who both wrote and directed the movie, 2012’s Interview With A Hitman tells the story of a paid killer named Viktor (Luke Goss). We learn that he’s decided it’s time to tell his story and through this framework we learn of his past as it catches up to his present only to obviously affect his future…

What we do get, however, is some slick low budget filmmaking that makes the most of the cast and crew and which uses some choice location shooting to build atmosphere nicely. Goss is excellent in the role, he plays the heartless killer rather well and was an excellent casting choice for the lead. He carries the film nicely. As far as the story goes, it’s grim, sometimes shockingly violent and one which offers no easy answers. It raises more questions than it ever intends to answer and sometimes takes its rampant bloodshed to excess. At the same time, it’s engrossing and interesting – not perfect, but an impressive feature debut and one which should certainly lead to bigger things for its director.

A film that is as smart and thought provoking as it is tense and violent, Interview With A Hitman isn’t quite a flawless masterpiece but for a debut feature made on a modest budget, it gets a whole lot more right than wrong. This is one worth checking out and Well Go USA’s Blu-ray, while light on extras, offers up the film in excellent shape and with very impressive audio and video quality.

Read the full review online at: Pop Shock Review of Interview with a Hitman


Video Views REVIEW: Interview with a Hitman “has you constantly wanting more”

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First time Writer/Director, Perry Bhandal does a terrific job telling Viktor’s story in a way that engages the audience and it has you constantly wanting more. He also gets the most out of his cast, Luke Goss is as expected as Viktor, He gives a powerful and believable performance. The rest of the cast is made up of unknowns but everyone does a terrific job playing their roles.

Viktor, a man for hire has decided to finally tell his story to a filmmaker. Viktor wants to just come clean and tell his story once and for all and the aging filmmaker is looking for a story that will give him one last shot at stardom. Viktor tells his story in full detail, from when he was first discovered as a young boy all the way to present day. As you watch the film you get the impression that Viktor is leaving no stone unturned but there are a few surprises along the way as well. To talk plot too much would only ruin some of the surprise that await you along the way so I am not going to go any deeper here.

You get a little bit of everything here, action, suspense and plenty of drama making this a unique and enjoyable film.

Read the full review online at: Video Views Review of Interview with a Hitman

 


UpComing Discs REVIEW: Interview with a Hitman “we’re reminded of a low-budget version of Michael Mann’s better work”

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By the time we meet most big-screen hitmen, they’ve already attained the level of badass-ery required to be efficient killers. Far fewer movies take the time to examine the circumstances that result in a person becoming a murdering machine. Interview with a Hitman— a British action offering from first-time writer/director Perry Bhandal — stands out from the pack because it’s a surprisingly thoughtful meditation on the consequences of killing…

I mentioned the wordless opening because it turned out to be emblematic of Bhandal’s storytelling style. The movie opens with an eye-catching image of a young boy holding a gun to a little girl’s head….

That economy of storytelling carries over to the rest of the film and matches aesthetically with Viktor’s cool efficiency as a killer. (It also reminded me of a low-budget version of Michael Mann’s better work.) I mean, even the token “love interest who makes the main character want to give up what he does” is worked nicely into the story.

Interview with a Hitman is smarter and more engaging than the average hitman drama. The Blu-ray’s audio/visual presentation is impressive, especially when you consider this is a low-budget affair from a first-time filmmaker.

Read the full review online at: UpComing Discs Review of Interview with a Hitman

 


The Lair Review: Interview with a Hitman “Gritty…Entertaining”

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The Lair Review of Interview with a Hitman by Jude Felton

In Interview with a Hitman Goss takes center stage as Viktor, a Romanian (I shit you not) hitman, who visits a film director in order to tell his tale, now that he is done with the killing business. Fear ye not though, we do not have to watch Goss struggle with a Romanian accent as he tells his story of how he became a hitman, and also the training that went along with it…

Interview with a Hitman is one of Well Go USA’s relatively rare excursions into non-Asian cinema, and it really is one of their better acquisitions. It’s fairly low budget, and has a gritty look to it, with the picture being washed of any bright colors. Instead of focusing on the violence, of which there is plenty, director Perry Bhandal, is more concerned with telling a story. The violence comes with the territory of course, but we are not dealing with scenes of gore or excessive bloodshed…

…the solid picture quality and above average movie more than make up for this. I wasn’t really sure what to expect from the film, especially with Goss in the lead, but ended up being pleasantly surprised.

Read the full review online at: The Lair Review of Interview with a Hitman

 


Blood Brothers REVIEW: Interview with a Hitman “delightfully arthouse…intense”

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Blood Brothers Review of Interview with a Hitman by Matt Reifschneider

When “Interview With A Hitman” arrived on my doorstep featuring Luke Goss in a Bond-esque position with an old school stark white colored cover, I was ecstatic. Don’t let his past films and roles fool you though, this latest underground picture brought to the mainstream by Well Go USA is not an actioner. It’s quite the reserved and artful thriller mixed with just enough drama and character focused drive to keep it delightfully arthouse while retaining some of that intense atmosphere.

“Interview With A Hitman” is a strong suspense thriller for Luke Goss that brings his acting talents to the forefront. Director/writer Bhandal definitely executed a unique vision of what could have been a generic film and it pays off with some surprising twists that worked for me. It’s a very slow burning film that could have used a slightly tweaked structure and pacing to help, but “Interview With A Hitman” worked on a multitude of levels that shocked even me.

See full review online at: Interview with a Hitman Blood Brothers Review


The Action Elite REVIEW: Interview with a Hitman “Intelligent and Entertaining”

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Interview with a Hitman is pretty damn impressive for several reasons. This is the work of a first time Writer and Director Perry Bhandal . The film was also made on a very low budget, and under very tight time constraints, and the finished product was intelligent and entertaining. Obviously “hitman“ stories are a dime a dozen,  so they are nothing new. What makes this version stand on it`s own is performance of Goss and his character who is played to be an absolute perfectionist at his profession. He doesn`t get into long scuffles with people. He doesn`t need to.  He takes people out with calculated and precise moves that gets the job done.

This is another home run for Luke Goss who once again proves that to make an interesting and entertaining film, you don`t need a huge budget or other big names.  His performance, as well as Elliot Greene who played young Vickor kept me engaged the entire time.  For those that need more substance to your action films, this“ bud“ may be for you.  You have a smart script, great acting, attention to detail, and now all you need is 90 mins of free time.

See the full review online at: Interview with a Hitman Action Elite Review


Blu Ray REVIEW: Interview with a Hitman is “viscerally exciting”

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Blu Ray REVIEW of Interview with a Hitman by Jeffrey Kauffman

There’s a certain school of filmmaking that argues that so-called “pure cinema” is the truest mode of communicating via celluloid. “Pure cinema” tends to rely as much on purely visual information as possible, telling the story in images with a paucity of dialogue and in fact in some cases even sound effects or music. It might sound (no pun intended) a lot like the silent era, but as the first few minutes of Interview With a Hitman prove, it can really be quite viscerally exciting…

Interview With a Hitman is a remarkable debut for Perry Bhandal. The film is unapologetically violent and quite bloody at times, and it also doesn’t attempt to sugar coat some pretty despicable characters (including Viktor himself), but in a very real way, Interview With a Hitman plays out with the sort of inexorable quality that one usually associates with great tragedy.

See the full article online at: Interview with a Hitman Blu-ray Review


REVIEW: Interview with a Hitman reviewed by Wicked Channel

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This may be my way of thinking but why doesn’t the Academy Awards look out for films that while not box office successes at least give you a career defining acting job? I mean, they are supposed to represent the best actor, actresses and films in that year right? There is no way you can tell me another actor who could have sold the role of Viktor better than Luke Goss. While Luke has been in the last few made for video Death Race films and trying to get people to forget about Jason Statham, Interview with a Hitman shows that Luke is indeed not an actor who needs to play second banana to anyone or be in someone else’s shadow.

This is a very dark and complex story, that the acting really came off the page and had your full attention. If there was any kind of negative, why did I just find out about this movie? This film should have been so hyped up, and playing theaters and getting some Luke Goss talk going about how he is going to be the next big name. This film has something for everyone, it is dark and suspenseful for people who are into James Bond films, it was well told and very story based for people who like reading true crime books, and the documentary feel of the interview felt very personal and compelling for people who look to films like Lincoln and Argo for best picture nods. This one absolutely blows my mind, how Oscar ignored it. This to me could be the Hitman film Timothy Olyphant should have made.

See full review at: Interview with a Hitman – Wicked Channel Review


REVIEW: Interview with a Hitman “is very impressive”

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Lunch Magazine Review: Interview with a Hitman is “very impressive”

Luke Goss is is a particularly strong, charismatic lead, who clearly puts all of himself into even the quieter moments of exploring a life of crime.  Caroline Tillette – she plays the mysterious ‘Bethesda,’ a contract kill Viktor refuses to carry out – brings modest depth to her role…

Read the full review online at: Lunch Magazine Review


REVIEW: Interview With a Hitman is non-stop, pedal-to-the-metal action. Slick and never out of control!

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Well Go U.S.A. has tabbed Mar. 5 as the street date for DVD and Blu-ray editions of writer/director Perry Bhandal’s debut flick, Interview With a Hitman.

One doesn’t normally get all that excited about indie filmmakers, working with a small budget and a tight shooting schedule, delivering their first feature film. Unless there is studio backing or some other reason to sit up and take notice (for example, an A-list actor going behind the camera) these indie first-time efforts largely pass unnoticed.

That’s not the case with Bhandal, who holds not one, but two master degrees in Film and Creative Writing and formed his own production company in 2009 — after an 18 year hiatus from the business. It took two years of planning, but his under three week shooting schedule (England and Romania) for his own screenplay paid off in spades …Interview With a Hitman is one slick action flick….

For full online review go to: DVD & Blu Ray release report review


Well Go USA Press Release: Interview With A Hitman (DVD)

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This film is a triumphGoss is brilliant … He really is an actor of note.”- Catherine Balavage, Frost Magazine

 Trust No One.  Feel Nothing.  Never Lose.

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Luke Goss Stars in Writer/Director Perry Bhandal’s Action-Packed Thriller Debuting on Blu-ray®, DVD and Digital March 5    

PLANO, TEXAS.  (January 14, 2012) – Luke Goss (Death Wish 3Hellboy II: The Golden Army, coming soon in TV’s “Red Widow”) stars in first-time Writer/Director Perry Bhandal’s action/thriller INTERVIEW WITH A HITMAN, debuting on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital March 5th from Well Go USA Entertainment. Caroline Tillette (Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life), Stephen Marcus (Kinky BootsStage Beauty), and Danny Midwinter (From HellKiss Kiss Bang Bang) also star in the action-packed tale of an elite hitman who returns to erase his past only to find that somebody has messed with his future.

For online announcement article goto: Well Go USA Press Release: Interview with a Hitman


Interview with a Hitman Online Retailers, Pay Per View and in the Shops

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You can buy Interview with a Hitman online at:

Amazon,  Tesco,  Asda,  Sainsburys,  HMV,  Play,  BaseZavvi, BluRay,  Apple iTunes

You can rent it at:

Apple iTunes,  LoveFilm,  FindAnyFilm,  Blockbuster,  Virgin,  HMV

And pick it up in the shops at:

Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys, HMV


Eagle Entertainment Australia acquires Interview with a Hitman at AFM

Eagle Entertainment Australia acquires Interview with a Hitman.

The acquisition of Interview with a Hitman by Eagle Entertainment for the Australian Market at AFM means Perry Bhandal’s debut feature has sold to every major territory world wide.

Details of International distributors can be found at: Interview with a Hitman Official Site


Front Row Film release Interview with a Hitman in All Major Cinemas in the UAE 27th September 2012

Front Row Film will release Interview with a Hitman in All Major Cinemas in the UAE 27th September 2012

An elite hitman returns to erase his past only to find that somebody has messed with his future.

For details go to: Front Row Entertainment


The Other View review – Interview with a Hitman is “One hell of a film”

The Other View review of Interview with a Hitman

Perry Bhandal has put together one hell of a film with Interview with a Hitman … entertaining and compelling with a tightly woven story that’s complex yet not too difficult to follow, with a nice twist ending – I enjoyed it from beginning to end.

Luke Goss continues to shine, rocking the shit out of his character Victor, who is a ruthless, cold-blooded killer – he’s just consistent throughout. And when he finally breaks down, when it appears he’s about to cut ties with his life as a hitman… it got to me just a little.

Read the full review online at: The Other View Review of Interview with a Hitman


Guardian Article on Interview with a Hitman

The Guardian article on Interview with a Hitman

Making your first feature film: can art and business coexist?
The director of Interview with a Hitman on how he learnt to balance his own vision with the realities of getting a project off the ground.

Read the article online at: Guardian article Interview with a Hitman


Perry Bhandal talks to BBC’s Mike Read on the Anne Diamond Radio show about Interview with a Hitman and Beyond

Director Perry Bhandal talks to BBC’s Mike Read about getting his debut feature film off the ground, the delights of casting, the trials and tribulations of shooting in 18 days, the agonising decisions in the edit and what’s next.

Listen to the original radio show at: Perry Bhandal talks to Mike Read on the Anne Diamond Show


Director Perry Bhandal talks Interview with a Hitman with Asian Express

Interview with a Director: An inspiring film-maker speaks exclusively to Asian Express about his debut and his plans for the future.

Read the article online at: Asian Express Article


Film-Reviews.Net Review Interview with a Hitman “stylishly shot, dark, complex” Luke Goss “cool, calculated, believable as Hitman”

Mark O’Connell of Film-Reviews.Net reviews  Interview with a Hitman.

…Stylishly shot in only 18 days, the film makes good use of flashbacks to explain Viktor’s motivations. For a low budget film, the shootouts are handled well. The soundtrack is another highlight, complementing the unfolding drama…

…‘Interview with a Hitman’ is ultimately a dark and complex tale. As the timelines interweave, it is certainly demanding of your concentration. Luke Goss is cool, calculated and believable as a professional hitman. He definitely proves himself as a leading man here, and could well be the next Jason Statham. Likewise, Perry Bhandal makes a promising directorial debut that is worth checking out…

Read article online at: Film-Reviews.Net Interview with a Hitman

 


Life of Yablon Review – Interview with a Hitman “stunningly shot, grippingly written”.


Life of Yablon’s Emma Parlons reviews Interview with a Hitman

“…Even though this is Perry Bhandal’s debut as writer and director, this film is certainly not lacking in the drama department…Viktor (Goss) is as tough and indiscriminate as he is intense…”

“…and because Interview with a Hitman is so realistic in its portrayal of this slick assassin, we are left entirely unsure if he will ever be able to leave his past behind him?”

Read the article online at: Yablon Review Interview with a Hitman


Total Film Exclusive interview with Luke Goss on Interview with a Hitman

Total Film exclusive Interview with Luke Goss on Perry Bhandal’s Interview with a Hitman

View the interview online at: Total Film Interview with a Hitman


Nuts Review – Interview with a Hitman is “a stunningly shot film…will keep you gripped from beginning to end”.

Nuts Review of Interview with a Hitman

8/10

“A stunningly shot film with a brutal story that despite its low budget will keep you gripped from beginning to end. We can’t recommend it enough, one of our biggest surprises of the year” (Tim Bradley)

Read the article online at: Nuts Review Interview with a Hitman


Interview with a Hitman Clip – Young Viktor faces off to a gangster

Young Viktor faces off to a gangster and is put to the test.

Watch original clip at : Ain’t it cool news youtube


Interview with a Hitman Cinescape Theatrical Promotional Trailer showcases Interview with a Hitman alongside Dark Knight Rises, Expendables2 and Brave

Cinescape Theatrical Promotional Trailer showcases Interview with a Hitman alongside Dark Knight Rises, Expendables2 and Brave

Interview with a Hitman will be on general release in Quatar, Bahrain, Oman & Kuwait and  from 16th to 23rd August.

For listings goto:

Quatar Dates and Times
Bahrain Dates and Times
Kuwait Dates and Times


The Hitman Files – Asian City talks to Director Perry Bhandal on Interview with a Hitman

The Hitman Files – Asian City talks to Director Perry Bhandal on Interview with a Hitman and discuss the challenges of an 18 day shoot, inspiration, favourite directors, revenge in film and his next feature Penumbra.

Read the article online at: Asian City Magazine


FilmBeatTv talks to Luke Goss on Interview with a Hitman

FilmBeatTv talks to Luke Goss on Interview with a Hitman.

An insightful interview from Luke interspersed with clips from the film.


Film3Sixty and Luke Goss talk about his first British film for ten years

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Film3Sixty and Luke Goss talk about his first British film for ten years, an exhausting 18 day schedule and his delight at working with Caroline Tillette.


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