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Goodbye Butterfly

Get your popcorn if you’re the type of person who craves psychological thrillers? The movie, Goodbye Butterfly will be released Friday on Amazon, iTunes, also OnDemand and on Blu-ray at Walmart & Target, January 15th. It’s about that weird neighbor we all have encountered at some point who we’ve wondered how many bodies are in the freezer in their garage. Goodbye Butterfly is directed and produced by the talented, Tyler Wayne who knows how to bring us to the edge of our seats. Another beautiful part about this movie is it was filmed in Salisbury, North Carolina, and Keema Mingo played a crucial part casting and producing this movie. Watch the movie trailer on Instagram.

So, let’s get into a few of the characters in Goodbye Butterfly. Adam Donshik stars as Ryan, who is a loving family man whose 5-year-old daughter is murdered. When the police investigation hits a dead end, Ryan has an encounter with that oddball neighbor named Stan, played by Andy Lauer, and Ryan is convinced Stan is the killer!!! After the police ignore his suspicions, Ryan gets obsessed with Stan and things get violent. It begs the question, just how far would you go for justice? This movie has some great actors in it like, Marie Burke, Angela Sauer, Addison Ross, Jennifer Adams and Jeremy London. Watch the trailer on Facebook.

Media inquiries: Annie Jeeves – Founder & Publicist at Cinematic Red PR

Background: Gravitas Ventures acquired North American distribution rights to Goodbye, Butterfly, the directorial and screenwriting debut of Tyler Wayne. The neo-noir psychological thriller is released on Friday, January 15, 2021.

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