Stunt performer and actress Elizabeth Cotter has been on track to make her lead acting debut at some point in the last few years. Needless to say, her hybrid training in both arenas of late are now looking to pay off with her new film, Burn It All, from writer/director Brady Hall.
ComingSoon.net posted the exclusive trailer and key artwork on Wednesday signaling the upcoming thriller opening from Vertical Entertainment on VOD beginning February 19. Cotter makes her lead acting debut alongside a cast that includes Emily Gateley, Ryan Postell, Elena Flory-Barnes, and Greg Michaels.
With a history of men dominating her fate, a broken woman (Cotter) returns to her hometown to bury her mother only to find a violent organ smuggling ring already has the body and wants no witnesses, but by trying to extinguish her they spark an inferno.
Burn It All takes on all the ways men assault the minds and bodies of women, shines a critical and non-exploitative light on that ugliness, and wraps it all in the thrilling tale of one woman who refuses to be crushed by patriarchy. To its climactic conclusion, the movie explores allegories of body autonomy that elevates above mere cinematic drama and introduces the opportunity to start a conversation.