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Join us for a watch party for the indie thriller Dark State about a reporter who must choose between helping expose the truth and accepting that the world is ruled by a global network of ruthless insiders determined to wield power over all mankind.

Writer/director Tracy Lucca’s Dark State shed light on this Deep State conspiracy. Alicia Gazzara (K. O’Rouke) is a disgraced reporter returning to her hometown newspaper to rebuild her career and reputation. Word gets out that Alicia’s good friend and emerging Hollywood superstar, Kate, was involved in a fatal car accident. Kate was the only survivor, but what piques Alicia’s interest are her dead passengers — a retired Army intelligence officer, an heir to a pharmaceutical fortune, and a serial killer. That’s odd, right? Wondering why the mainstream media refuses to investigate Kate’s well-known passengers’ identities, Alicia decides to dig deeper into this strange, seemingly unconnected congregation of strangers. As she does so, Alicia starts to uncover a national… no global… conspiracy involving the mysterious Adorno (Constantine Maroulis). As you’d expect, the closer she gets to the truth, the bigger the target she becomes, and no one is safe, including her hunky boss, Rusty (Nicholas Baroudi).

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Be a part of the conversation and see Dark State with the filmmakers, cast and special guests live at 5 PM Pacific Time on Friday, August 6th on TwitchYouTubePeriscope via Twitter or on Facebook Live.

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  1. Cheryl says:

    Popcorn & a movie! Sounds like fun!

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