Indie Thriller “The Journeyman” Racks Up Indie Awards for Premiere

Peter Babakitis in “The Journeyman”

A rogue corporate spy and a beautiful and mysterious activist be a part of forces to expose enormous banking fraud in the Eurozone.

Peter Babakitis’s “The Journeyman” wins Very best Function Thriller at the Austria Global Film Competition 2020. In this head-spinning cyber-thriller, a rogue corporate spy and a beautiful and mysterious activist be a part of forces to expose enormous banking fraud in the Eurozone – risking their lives in the system as they evade and struggle the assassins that are on their path. It all finishes in a high-octane showdown concerning our protagonists and the ruthless relentlessness of the cartel that is decided to crush them.

This is the most recent and most ambitious presenting from indie Sumless Treasuries, whose Henry V, Kuksu, and Basic Stories have garnered international acclaim. An independent, guerilla generation shot in Greece, Switzerland, The Netherlands and California, “The Journeyman” whisks us through international locations, in which the motion mounts to a soaring climax. Peter Babakitis, identified for his off-defeat general performance as Shakespeare’s King Henry V in his film of the exact title, returns in the lead part of Lawrence, a corporate spy, who finds himself in in excess of his head as his surprising discoveries get started to threaten his lifestyle.

Awards were being also received from IndieFest, MIFF, TMFF, Bronze Award from Global Unbiased Film Awards. The lead actress Krystal Langevin has received a Very best Actress Award from London’s Flicks Competition for her refined and nuanced general performance as the passionate activist Ariana, who becomes Lawrence’s Information into Europe’s money underworld. Indie favorite Brian Narelle (Darkish Star, Room Ninja, 13 Reasons Why) performs the vital part of Waldenstein.

Anchored in genuine recent gatherings in today’s Europe and using initial documentary footage, “The Journeyman” is a gritty mystery that follows our protagonist as he uncovers a enormous plot by corrupt bankers to loot the European overall economy. Equivalent to the espionage epics of John Le Carré and Graham Greene, the film evokes an atmosphere of paranoia and intrigue in international locations, culminating in a breathless struggle for survival. Theatrical launch has been delayed because of to the pandemic, but Sumless Treasuries has announced streaming possibilities for “The Journeyman,” and it is before long to be streaming on Amazon.

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