Resurrecting the Street Walker Trailer

Resurrecting the Street Walker Trailer (2009)

01 January 2009 80 mins

Whilst documenting his life as a lowly intern, James Parker (James Powell) uncovers the long forgotten film, The Street Walker. Desperate to make a mark on the film industry and to prove his ever-doubting parents wrong, James endeavours to complete the unfinished horror movie, resulting in a murderous obsession.

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James Powell

as James Parker

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 01 January 2009

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