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‘The Ravine’, Peter Facinelli In A New Thriller

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Peter Facinelli stars alongside Eric Dane and Teri Polo in the upcoming psychological thriller The Ravine, which has been acquired for North American release by Cinedigm this week.

The Ravine will release in theaters and on VOD May 6.

In the film

“A sleepy suburb of New Orleans seems like the idyllic place to raise a family until an unspeakable crime rocks the community to its core. With more questions than answers, family and friends are left to wonder if they overlooked the murderer among them or if there might be more to the story.”

Keoni Waxman wrote and directed The Ravine, based on Robert Pascuzzi’s novel. Leslie Uggams (Deadpool), Byron Mann (Skyscraper) and Lucy Faust (Underground Railroad) co-star. “The Ravine is inspired by true events. The horror was real, yet so was the overwhelming sense of human understanding that it brought to us. We learned and grew from it and want to share it with others,” said Robert and Kelly Pascuzzi. “It is a story of faith, forgiveness, but most of all the restoration of hope – even for the most seemingly unredeemable among us.”

“The Ravine takes a riveting look at the shocking violence and tragedy that can befall an outwardly flawless family,” Cinedigm’s Chief Content Officer, Yolanda Macias, said in a statement shared by Deadline. “With exceptional performances by the film’s stellar cast, we’re sure audiences will be captivated by the twists and turns the story takes.”

SOURCE:BD 

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