Junction follows four strung-out meth-addicts who discover a dark secret about a homeowner during a burglary, pitting them not only against the police but against each other. And as they spiral out of control toward the explosive climax the lines blur between right and wrong until the final unexpected twist is revealed.
The Junction cast includes: David Zayas as Lt. Tarelli (SAG Award Winner, OZ), Michael O'Keefe as Walters (Academy Award Nominee Golden Globe Nominee), Anthony Rapp as Connor (Broadway’s "Rent"), Anthony Ruivivaar as Tai, Harris Doran as Spot, Tom Pelphrey as David (Two-time Emmy Award Winner for GUIDING LIGHT), Neal Bledsoe (GOSSIP GIRL; AS THE WORLD TURNS), Summer Crockett Mooore as Kari, Sharon Maguire as Jennifer, Makenzie Aladjem as Mia, Pat Patterson as Patrice (A Younger Man, The Night of the Iguana, The Job, Paramour), BRYAN DEEHRING as Bateman, Joanna Bayless as Mrs. Pendelson, Laurence Blum as Patrol Officer Laurant (ALL MY CHILDREN), Matthew Reines, Yvonne Jung as Reporter Sandra Wood.
Junction will mark Glazer’s debut as a feature-film director. Glazer previously directed a series of digital shorts as part of dual multi-media showcases, as well as a variety of theater productions in New York City and Los Angeles. Glazer recently directed "Better Living," a stage-play produced by T. Schreiber Studio in NYC, which was nominated for 3 NYIT (New York Innovative Theater) Awards for Excellence. He is the author of the stage-plays "Stain," "In the Daylight" (both of which had successful runs in New York); co-author of the stage-play "Safe" (along with Anthony Ruivivar) and author of two of the Top 25 short stories published in the Writer's Digest's 2006 Best Short Story Competition (selected out of more than 7,900 submissions). Glazer was recently awarded the prestigious L. Arnold Weissberger Award for playwriting for his play "The Substance of Bliss." He also is in post-production on a short film he co-produced with Pâté Productions, Ltd and Movie Ranch Entertainment entitled A Younger Man and he will premiere three plays in New York in 2011, "The Homeless Dogs of Egypt," "American Stare" and "The Substance of Bliss."
Junction is being produced by Choice Films, Movie Ranch Entertainment and Pâté Productions, Ltd. Producers: Summer Crockett Moore, (Choice Films), Roy McDonald (Movie Ranch Entertainment), Pat Patterson (Pâté Productions, Ltd) with Associate Producers Pat McCorkle (McCorkle Casting Ltd.), Matthew “Matt DeMatt” Reines and Denise Tomasetti. Director of Photography / Cinematographer is Adrian Correia.