Castleton Films by Ifé Creative Works, Inc.
Official Trailer (2023)
A Place in the Dark revolves around Trent, a reclusive man consumed by a devastating loss (portrayed with raw intensity by Jinho Woo), and his co-dependent relationship with Krystal, a woman battling her own demons (embodied by Kimberly Milan). Their lives upend when Trent encounters Brenda, a troubled social worker (brought to life by Cristina Encarnacion) linked to the enigmatic Francois Gerard (played brilliantly by Alex Bernadotte). As Trent delves deeper into Brenda's world, he uncovers unsettling truths. Their journey tests their limits, leaving them teetering on the edge of destruction. Can they find redemption or succumb to their darkest desires? Will Trent follow his heart, or will he ignore what he truly wants? Experience this unforgettable clash of Love and Pain in this unflinching story of human frailty.
With an ensemble cast featuring Jinho Woo, Kimberly Milan, Cristina Encarnacion, Alex Bernadotte, Katharine Chin, Jennifer Vo, Natalie Entenberg, Sean Tapiero, and Tashi Simmons, A Place in the Dark is a breathtaking descent into the human condition. The poignant screenplay comes to life under the skilled pen of Ifé Duckie, who also dons the producer's hat. Teddy Albert, the cinematic maestro, weaves an atmospheric tale with stunning visuals. Guiding this powerhouse team is the award-winning director Robert O. Peters, who masterfully orchestrates this symphony of suspense, heartbreak, and hope in an otherwise dark place where love and pain collide.
Jinho is a Korean actor currently based in New York City. He relocated from Seoul, South Korea, in 2016 and holds a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from The New School for Drama. With a diverse background in theatre, film, and television, he recently showcased his talent in the play 'K-Theater' during the NY Fringe Festival.
Kimberly Milan, a Boston native, established her brand MILANSMUSE as a platform to showcase her creative endeavors and visionary outlook. With a versatile range of talents as a Recording Artist, Singer-Songwriter, Dancer, and Actor, she strives to instigate transformation in her surrounding world. Her lead role in the Stage Play A Not so Classic Christmas Carol was captivating!
Cristina Encarnacion, a Dominican singer and actress from Florida, boasts eligibility in the esteemed SAG-AFTRA. Her recent portrayal of Kaylee in the film 'Centennial of Love' earned her opening screen credits, while her portrayal of Cha-Cha in the short film 'Soñadora' marked her triumphant debut at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Alex hails from South Florida but was nurtured in the vibrant milieu of Brooklyn, New York. His ardent passion for the performing arts steered him toward the realm of professional acting. Demonstrating his versatility, Alex portrayed a diligent police officer in "Bad Boys II," depicted a compelling villain in the soon-to-be-released movie Queen's King, and is an award-winning filmmaker of several shorts.
Katharine Chin is a New York actor originally from the San Francisco Bay Area. Film/TV credits include FBI (CBS), and Not Him (Independent). New York Theatre: Coriolanus (Shakespeare in the Park). Audiobooks: Hachette Audio, Harper Collins, Macmillan Audio. Katharine holds a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from The New School for Drama.
Natalie Entenberg, originally from Brooklyn and later raised in Pennsylvania obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Creative Writing from the esteemed Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University. Presently based in Florida, Natalie actively engages in a diverse array of projects in both film and stage.
Sean is a promising actor who, despite his relatively short time in the industry, boasts an impressive array of projects and valuable experience. He approaches his craft with fervent dedication, striving daily to achieve longevity. Alongside his acting pursuits, Sean has a deep passion for music, having performed exceptional shows as a band member, Leave It To Us. Known for his unwavering work ethic, he consistently endeavors to be the hardest worker in the room.
Jennifer, born in Atlanta, Georgia, and raised in southern Florida, discovered her passion for breakdancing as a child, inspired by her older brother. In 2013, she delved deeper into the art form, competing and exploring choreography in hip hop. In 2017, Jennifer embarked on acting classes to pursue her dreams, leading to her first acting role in the comedy pilot "Owl's Nest" in 2018, where she portrayed a drug-addicted waitress. Jennifer's success continued in early 2019 when she secured a role alongside Kate Hudson in the feature film "Blood Moon," directed by Ana Lily Amipour. Jennifer currently travels across parts of Asia, training for her upcoming role as an assassin.
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