Hollywood star Ed Burns and TV star Mariella Frostrup support young Norwegian director's film 'Four Hours'

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High profile support has been coming in for director’s britflick Four Hours, distributed by Denton Distribution.

Independent filmmaking legend, Hollywood star, Ed Burns has voiced his support for young Norwegian director Andre Rettedal saying “His story is amazing”. Ed Burns then tweeted his support for Andre’s debut film 'Four Hours, which has recently been released in the UK and Europe, to his 38,0000 followers. Denton Distribution are handling the release.

Andre’s story also caught the eye of British based, Norwegian TV star, Mariella Frostrup who tweeted about Four Hours to her 18,000 followers.

Andre made 'Four Hours' using the Canon 5D and shot the film in six days in London, on a shoe-string budget of £3,000. He then beat all the odds by selling the film at the Cannes Film Festival to Denton Distribution in 2011 - and he achieved all this at just 19.

Synopsis of Four Hours: Unhinged gangster Capone (Paul Bibb) walks into a bar with accomplice Tung (Peter Peralta) with the plan of stealing the contents of the safe. Things get complicated when they have to wait four hours to get the code to the safe. For Capone it's a job, for Tung it's a lifeline. To ensure that they get the code, Capone and Tung hold feisty barmaid Charleene (Alexandra B Harris) and lovable loser Bob (Amar Adatia) hostage. Will Capone and Tung get the contents of the safe? Will Bob and Charleene get out of this alive? One thing is for sure, it is going to be an interesting Four Hours!

“I am really excited about all the support for my film from these stars! I would really like thank my producers for helping me fulfill my dreams!” said the films director Andre Rettedal.

Producer and star of the film Peter Peralta said “I am proud of the fact that a low budget film like Four Hours is getting such positive attention. I hope that after this high profile support more people will take a look at the film”

Four Hours is now available to buy on amazon.co.uk & dentondvd.com

Four Hours is Andre Rettedal’s debut feature film, which he made when he was 19 years old - making him the youngest feature film director in the world which got a distribution deal.

Denton Distribution aims to provide the best in UK and Worldwide film distribution. We acquire an eclectic spectrum of Independent and International feature films. Working with upcoming and established talent in addition to providing aggressive marketing strategies we ensure that talent is well exposed and we deliver a unique experience to the audience.

Interviews with the director, stars and producers can be arranged by calling the Denton office on +44 (0)203 609 2364.


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