VIDEO: ‘Dinner’ Shot At Cocoa Beach Pier

By  //  June 22, 2014

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WRITTEN, DIRECTED BY JOHN BUCHANAN

DINNER from John Buchanan on Vimeo.

Dinner” tells the troublingly amusing story of a skilled predator who uses a seemingly innocent dinner invitation to prey on vulnerable young women.

“Dinner” tells the troublingly amusing story of a skilled predator who uses a seemingly innocent dinner invitation to prey on vulnerable young women.

“Dinner” tells the troublingly amusing story of a skilled predator who uses a seemingly innocent dinner invitation to prey on vulnerable young women.

An older, philandering, married businessman on the road in Cocoa Beach, Florida targets his next victim — an All-American blonde – and convinces her to join him for dinner.

The film, shot at the Cocoa Beach Pier, was written and directed by screenwriter-filmmaker John Buchanan, and intended as an homage to Alfred Hitchcock and is inspired by the twisted adult short stories of the late British writer Roald Dahl.

Buchanan is an award-winning journalist, magazine writer, author and filmmaker who lives in Cocoa Beach, Florida.

“Dinner” has been entered into a number of major U.S. and international film festivals.


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