Allie-Way Films/Arbo Pictures Completes its First Feature Film

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New low-budget feature promises a big Hollywood look from two promising directors.

Alley-Way Films and Arbo Pictures is please to announce the completion of its first feature film entitled, Cross the Line, directed by Albert Allie and Michael J. Arbouet. Cross the Line marks the directorial feature debut for both. Mr. Arbouet got his start in film as an assistant editor on an independent feature film The Girl in the Watermelon. His first notable project was a four-minute short that he wrote, edited and directed called New York Minute. That same year he won the SILVER AXIEM award for directing a new comedy pilot called My Music Video. Mr. Allie has accomplished himself at writing music and stage plays for off Broadway. Giving in to his love of entertaining an audience, he moved on to study directing and acting under accomplished film director John Pisaro.

Cross the Line is best described as an action drama about two cops, their broken family and a drug crime lord that in a strange twist of fate brings them all together. The film stars Tina Krause (Vampire’s Seduction, Witchouse 3: Demon Fire) and Albert Allie (award winning director of Beautiful). The film is a cross between an explosive action film and a character driven drama

Brief Synopsis:

Cross the Line is an action/drama about two police detectives Angela who is a top rate narcotics detective and Joe who is a hard nose homicide detective. Both detectives are going through a bad divorce. It sounds like a coincidence but it’s not because they are the ones getting divorced from each other. One case forces them back together. A power drug lord seeks to get back what is rightfully his and crosses the line to get it. This story is full of explosive action, nail biting drama with a bit of hair raising suspense that will keep the viewer on the edge of their seat.

Press Contacts:

Michael J. Arbouet

516-481-5977 Office

516-242-5728 Cell

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