‘American Bomber‘, a feature film about an ex-soldier who journeys to New York City to become a suicide bomber, will screen in competition at the 7th annual Manhattan Film Festival. The controversial plot includes an in-depth look into the mind of a would-be American suicide bomber.
“American Bomber is a terrifyingly accurate portrayal of the psychology of a would-be domestic terrorist. The story is chillingly plausible and the performances have such humanity that it makes it an incredibly compelling film to watch,” Dr. Michael Kaune, domestic terrorism expert and Chair of the Criminal Justice Department, St. Francis College.
The film will be screened on Saturday, June 22nd at 9:30pm at the Quad Cinema – TICKETS
The Manhattan Film Festival runs from June 20th until June 30th and screens an international selection of films made by independent filmmakers.
Read Our Interview with Director Eric Trenkamp from the 2013 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival – HERE