Directed by Stephanie Argy & Alec Boehm, 2009, U.S.A., 84 mins.
Washington, DC, 1935: At the height of the Great Depression, Eddie Doyle (Donal Thoms-Cappello), ace safecracker, is just doing what he does best: stealing. Now facing prison, Eddie finds he has another option. Enter Lt. F. Ellis Coburn (Lee Perkins), a cool-as-ice Navy man with a problem only Eddie can solve. The Japanese Foreign Office has changed its encryption codes, and the government is not very happy. A prominent Japanese diplomat holds the key to his country’s secrets in the form of a mysterious machine. As Eddie and Coburn work together to pull off the heist of a lifetime, they find more to the job than they bargained for as things get very personal. Full of crackling dialogue, eye-catching visuals and unpredictable twists, co-directors Stephanie Argy’s and Alec Boehm’s The Red Machine is a charming throwback to the great espionage capers of the 1930s
Filmmakers Stephanie Argy & Alec Boehm will be here in person for a Q&A after all screenings.
Attendees have a chance to win VALUABLE PRIZES, hand-selected by the filmmakers!
Fri., Aug. 20 at 7 & 9 pm
Sat.-Sun., Aug. 21-22 at 3, 5, 7 & 9 pm
Mon.-Thurs., Aug. 23-26 at 7 & 9 pm