‘Prolonged Exposure’ Now Streaming On Amazon Prime

‘Prolonged Exposure’ Now Streaming On Amazon Prime

Albuquerque, New Mexico – 1970’s styled film noir feature film ‘Prolonged Exposure’ is now streaming on Amazon Prime, Google Play, Microsoft Store, YouTube Movies, and Vudu.

The suspense film, produced by Cottonwood Media LLC, features Dean Cain (Lois and Clark: the New Adventures of Superman, Out of Time), Addison Foskey (Light, Back to Billy), Michelle Volpe Roe (Rumors, Deathtrap), and Ciro Vela (The Rise and Fall of Their American Dream).

The film centers around a therapist (Foskey) with a wounded past, who is working with survivors of an industrial accident. But in reality, it was no accident and someone is eliminating the witnesses one-by-one.

A finalist in the ABQ Indie Film Festival, ‘Prolonged Exposure’ was written and directed by Travis Thoms, a director and licensed mental health counselor who has infused the film with what producers call a “realistic representation” of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and psychotherapeutic treatment, all within the framework of a murder mystery.

North American Distribution is handled by SP Releasing.

For more information, visit www.prolonged-exposure.com

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