Future 'Mask Off' by Colin Tilley

Future 'Mask Off' by Colin Tilley

Future and Amber Rose drive through a poverty-stricken suburban war zone in a very expensive Bentley for some reason in Colin Tilley's latest directorial outing.

Harrowing, cinematic shots of crime and the dissolving of a society are intercut with Future trying his best to get a handle on the situation, only to be distracted by the advances of one Amber Rose in the passenger seat. Eventually Future decides that he should step out of the car and join the revolution. Tilley does a great job of atmospheric, tense world building here, giving the impression that the chaos is much more far-reaching than we can see.

Credits

Director
Colin Tilley
Director's Representation
Tommy Labuda
Editor
Vinnie Hobbs

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