“Charlie, Trevor, and a Girl Named Savannah” Filming on Chrystie

Posted on: July 2nd, 2012 at 10:28 am by

Charlie, Trevor, and a Girl Named Savannah definitely earns an esteemed nod as a longer-than-needed movie title. The indie film is slated to shoot on Chrystie Street later today. Cones are already in place.

There isn’t much out there about this production. Casting call websites reveal that Ty Hodges is behind the “thought-provoking action/thriller.” Here’s a description:

 “Charlie, Trevor and a Girl named Savannah” is a thought provoking action/thriller about reality verses the dream state. Trevor has been having nightmares about his girl friend Savannah. He begins to question what is true in his present life verses the perception in his waking dream. Trevor has a dream that his girl friend is kidnapped and has died. Disheveled by the thought, he decides to commit to the exploration of the dream regardless if he is loses his mind in the process.

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