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All about Luis Moro. The man, the filmmaker, the legend.

AOL Black Voices interview with Luis Moro and Phillip Bloch

Luis has also produced a gripping film called “The Unseen“, filmed in Atlanta, Georgia. Here is a brief synopsis of the film:

When Roy Clemens Steve Harris (The Practice & Law & Order), returns to his rural hometown of Haralson, Georgia (population 83) for his father’s funeral, he inherits the family store and a mess of skeletons in the closet. Delivering a package, he discovers Sammy Phillip Bloch (E! Channel Celeb Stylist), an old acquaintance who has been locked-up at home by his older brother Harold Gale Harold (Queer As Folk)for twenty years. Sammy and Roy form a bond around a desire to leave Haralson for the city lights ofAtlanta and the elusive comfort they hope it holds, but to get there they must both come to terms with Harold and the secret he shares. Directed by Lisa France (Anne B. Real) and working with a solid cast including Catherine Dent (Shield), Michelle Clunie (Queer As Folk), Judah Friedlander(American Splendor), and Shirley Ceasar (Award-winning Gospel singer). Outstanding photography by Jim Hunter adds to the foreboding atmosphere of a film that is alternately funny and touching.

September 29, 2006 - Posted by | art, black, Blogroll, cuba, embargo, fashion stylist, fidel castro, film, filmmaker, freedom, Gale Harold, latin, living, Los Angeles, Luis Moro, media, Miami, movies, music, My Space, news, Phillip Bloch, politics, Shirly Ceasar, travel, Uncategorized, video

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