Hello Herman June 7th
Below are the theater where Hello Herman be playing June 7th :
Ohio- No tickets online
is a compelling drama facing issues of high school violence with a caring hand, exploring a phenomenon that continues to yield national tragedies.
HELLO HERMAN is a story that depicts what happens when our children fall through the cracks of bullying.Set in the not so distant future, in Any Town USA, sixteen year old Herman Howards makes a fateful decision. He enters his suburban school and kills thirty nine students, two teachers, and a police officer. Just before his arrest he emails his idol, famous journalist Lax Morales, sending him clips of the shootings captured with Herman’s own digital camera. In the clips Herman tells Lax, “I want to tell my story on your show”. Lax, haunted by his own past, is now face to face with Herman. The movie explores why and how a massacre like this can happen in our society, desensitizing in America, youth violence and bullying
, the impact the media has on our individual quest for fame, and ultimately our need for connection.
Hello Herman also featuring powerful performances from Norman Reedus
( Boondock Saints & Walking) and Garrett Backstrom, and a fine ensemble cast (notably Danner herself as Herman’s mother) “Hello Herman” paints a complex portrait of a school shooter and the external forces that are equally brutal to young people- bullying, neglect, and misunderstanding. This film is relevant and will likely add to the conversation about these trying times.
Commenting on the nationwide opening of Hello Herman on 7th June, Michelle Danner, Director, All in Films said” Hello Herman being a powerful drama stands out from he crowd as an infectiously thought provoking watch. This silver-screen delight deals with a troubled youth seeking a voice in an often- misinterpreted world. I am expecting that Hello Herman reached to each household and each individual and make a significant positive change for a better world. This movie definitely can save many innocent kids in USA and rest of the world.”
ABOUT ALL IN FILMS:
All In Films is an independent film production company. At the helm are Michelle Danner & Alexandra Guarnieri. The mission of All In Films is to produce high-quality, independent movies geared to entertain & spark social commentary. Our most recent project Hello Herman is a compelling drama about a tragic Columbine-esque school shooting. Directed by Michelle Danner (How To Go Out on a Date in Queens), starring Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead) and written by John Buffalo Mailer, Hello Herman delves into the effects and devastating aftermath of a school shooting.
ABOUT MICHELLE DANNER:
Michelle Danner is the founding and artistic director of The Edgemar Center for the Arts a cultural arts center in Santa Monica, CA which was designed by architect Frank Gehry.
Michelle Danner has produced and acted in the award-winning short, Dos Corazones, which won Best Cinematography & Audience Favorite at the Malibu Film Festival. In 2006 she made her feature film-directing debut with How to Go Out on A Date in Queens, which won four LA Film Awards including Best Director. The film starred Jason Alexander, Esai Morales, Ron Perlman, Kimberly Williams, Rob Estes, and Alison Eastwood. How to Go Out on A Date in Queens is currently available everywhere on video. The film also aired nationwide as the Sunday Night Movie of the Week during Memorial Day weekend 2008.
ABOUT NORMAN REEDUS:
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Norman Mark Reedus (born January 6, 1969) is an American actor, perhaps best known for his portrayal of Daryl Dixon in the television series The Walking Dead
and Murphy McManus in the 1999 film The Boondock Saints and its sequel released 10 years later.