THE WELDER FILM
CUT, WELD, STITCH, REPEAT
The Welder takes the very prevalent issue of racism and explores the true horror that is racial division and even offers a solution, albeit a heinous one. The film also explores the issue of PTSD and mental illness; and shows what can happen when someone is taken to the brink of their sanity. Filmed over the course of 9 days in the heat of the Florida Everglades on a shoestring budget, this film is a testament to the indie filmmaking spirit.
Logline: A young Latina woman is haunted by a traumatic event she experienced while in the military, so her African American boyfriend takes her on a ranch vacation to help relieve her anxiety and panic attacks. But once there, they find themselves in a fight for their lives as they attempt to elude the demented racial experiments of a doctor gone mad.
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The Welder is an indie horror feature film that integrates elements of Frankenstein, 80's slasher, and the social horror/thriller.