Intrepid investigative reporter David Farrier returns to theaters with a chilling new documentary that will take audiences on a ride Mr Organ.
Check out the full trailer below:
Here is the official synopsis:
Mister Organ follows journalist and filmmaker David Farrier (Tickled, Dark Tourist) who unknowingly becomes involved in a dangerous game of cat and mouse with a mysterious man wreaking havoc in his neighborhood and stalling cars at a local antique shop.
That jammer was Michael Organ, and Farrier little did he know that delving deeper into who Organ really is would be an exciting and tense three-year investigation — one trailing multiple lawsuits, inflated claims of royal bloodlines, lives shattered, and so on would bring to light at least one stolen boat in this incredible true story of psychological warfare.
Mr Organ At first it seems like a harmless car-seizing tale, but it soon unravels and descends down a dark and spooky rabbit hole in an incredible true story of psychological warfare.
David says, “I’ve met some awkward people while making documentaries: Tickled’s David D’Amato and Dark Tourist’s Pablo Escobar. But somehow this man from New Zealand, Mister Organ, takes the cake more than these two put together. This documentary is a strange investigation and a warning. Mister Organs are everywhere: I just found a particularly unusual one.”
Mr Organ sees journalist and filmmaker David Farrier (Tickled dark tourist), unknowingly involved in a dangerous game of cat and mouse with a mysterious person who is attacking cars and wreaking havoc in his neighborhood.
The Klemmer turns out to be Michael Organ, and as Farrier delves deeper into his background, he is drawn into a thrilling and suspense-filled three-year investigation that unearths a trail of multiple trials, inflated claims of royal bloodlines, and shattered lives in this incredible true story .
Directed and produced by Webworm’s David Farrier and co-host of the Flightless Bird podcast, the film will be produced by Ant Timpson (Executive Producer).come to Daddy) and produced by Emma Slade (Nude Tuesday, Bunny King’s Justice) and Alex Reed (There is no “I” in Threesome, The Girl on the Bridge.).
The trailer was unveiled before it was unveiled Mr Organ World premiere on September 24th at the renowned Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas.
Following its world premiere, the film will also be screened at Beyond Fest in Los Angeles in early October before hitting nationwide cinemas in New Zealand on Thursday 10th November.
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