Award-Winning Alexandra Chun Stars as ‘Hell-bent Mother’

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Korean American Actress, Writer, and Director Alexandra Chun plays a mother hell-bent on retrieving her kidnapped son in INNOCENT BLOOD, an indie crime thriller recently screened at Festival de Cannes Film Market.

Alexandra is an emotional force of nature. Her depth, understanding, and willingness to dig deeper than any actress I've known is a true blessing to our film.- Producer Trip Hope

INNOCENT BLOOD garnered Alexandra the Best Actress Award at the Monaco International Film Festival and is directed by award-winning Sun W. Kim and D.J. Holloway.

“It’s an unfortunate all too common story in the news,” says Chun, “a child goes missing... what a mother must go through every second... I would go mad. And that’s where I almost end up.”

“Alexandra is an emotional force of nature. Her depth, understanding, and willingness to dig deeper than any actress I've known is a true blessing to our film,” states producer Trip Hope. “We needed an actress who naturally understood what it'd be like to lose a child... who innately felt that loss in her soul.”

As a veteran of dozens of theatre, film and TV shows ("Shameless", "The Event", "Young and the Restless", "House", "Saw") the accomplished Chun most recently starred in the theatrical performance "Carry the World" which is based on testimonials of female survivors of world atrocities and premiered at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.

INNOCENT BLOOD also stars Jun Kim ("Late Autumn", "West 32nd"), C.S. Lee ("Dexter", "The Unborn"), Justin Chon ("The Twilight Saga", "21 & Over"), Doug Jones ("Hellboy I & II", "Pan's Labyrinth", "Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer").

To view INNOCENT BLOOD Teaser Trailer: https://vimeo.com/28223139

For more information on ALEXANDRA CHUN: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0159017/?ref_=tt_cl_t8

To view CARRY THE WORLD Teaser and Review: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbPYONSHodw

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