|release date||July 31 2012|
|writer||Brandon Owens, Zack Parker|
|starring||Margo Martindale, Hanna Hall, Adam Scarimbolo, Jim Dougherty|
|tagline||The Truth Is Just A Point Of View|
SynopsisA perceptual thriller told from three points-of-view revolving around the rape of a female college student by a mentally handicapped man and his mother's subsequent revenge after his incarceration.
With a Hitchcockian score and credit sequence, Scalene immediately draws the viewer into its incredibly well-written, well-performed and well-captured story. Through the different points of view, the film tells the tale of Paige Alexander (Hanna Hall from Rob Zombie’s Halloween), a college girl who has taken on caring for Jakob Tremble, a 26 year old who suffered brain damage years before which left him mute and childlike. His over-protective mother, Janice (Margot Martindale from Dexter) may or may not be abusing him out of frustration with his disabilities interfering with her life. …Read More