Indican Pictures will bring to the DVD market place on July 22 writer/director Steve Hicks’ award-winning detective thriller, Fuzz Track City.
Gumshoe Murphy Dunn (Todd Robert Anderson — Repli-Kate, Buttleman, etc.) lives, seemingly, in another time period. Perhaps too many late night movies or reruns of Starsky and Hutch … he grooves to a golden era of ‘70s sleuthing that has long since past. Out of place and out of time.
One day, as luck would have it, he gets his dream assignment when a woman that he had the hots for years ago, Dawn Lockwood (played by Dee Wallace), hires him to find her missing son. Being warned off the case is like a siren’s call … come hither, let’s get this done.
For Murphy Dunn it is deceptively simple. Solve the case, win her heart … fade to black. Well, that’s the plan, but with Fuzz Track City nothing goes exactly as planned!
Phillip Marlowe would be right at home with Dunn in the back alleys, seedy venues and storm drains (those too) of Los Angeles. With guns, tough guys, a dame and a Macguffin that would make even Hitchcock proud, Fuzz Track City delivers its loopy tale with vigor — even honesty — as we are taken along on a fun ride with our “stylish” shamus in a well-polished film that is full of all sorts of visual treats and snappy dialog.
Film festival audiences have loved it, the awards have piled up and its time for a much wider audience to join in the fun with this winner from Indican Pictures.
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