A MOVIE DIRECTOR BRINGS LOCAL FOLK TALES TO LIFE THROUGH FILM.
LISA COBBS IS AFRAID FOR HER LIFE AFTER HER BOYFRIEND'S BROTHER FINDS OUT ABOUT THEIR SECRET INTERRACIAL RELATIONSHIP IN THE DEEP SOUTH.
THAT'S A SCENE FROM "COUNTY ROAD 14" BEING FILMED IN TAYLOR COUNTY.
Caprina Gamble/Cast Member-"Lisa Cobbs"/Perry Resident
"It's real good. I'm enjoying it a lot. It's a lot of experience, it's a lot of fun. It's something new for me and I'm enjoying it a lot."
THE 17-YEAR-OLD CHARACTER WAS RIGHT TO BE SCARED.
IN ANOTHER SCENE THE BROTHER RUNS AWAY WITH BLOOD ON HIS HANDS.
Brandon Groom/Cast Member/Monticello Resident "After I committed a not-so-nice scene and realized what i did. In the midst of getting caught I decided i better tuck tail and run. So that was it. I had to put a little emotion behind that."
THE MOVIE IS TITLED AFTER COUNTY ROAD 14 IN TAYLOR COUNTY...PRODUCER, DIRECTOR AND WRITER EDDIE BROWN, JR. SAYS HE WAS INSPIRED BY URBAN LEGENDS HE HEARD ABOUT THE ROAD GROWING UP IN PERRY.
Eddie Brown, Jr./ Executive Producer/Writer/ Director
"Some of the legends is an old lady in a rocking chair that sits in the middle of the road. People have gotten in accidents based off of it. Also, a little girl in white walking across the road."
BROWN SAYS HE'S PROUD TO USE SEVERAL LOCAL PEOPLE FROM PERRY, MONTICELLO, AND TALAHASSEE IN THE PG-13 THRILLER.
BROWN SAYS THE MOVIE SHOULD BE COMPLETE IN APRIL.
HE PLANS TO PREMIER IT IN TALLAHASSEE.
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