John Burr's mainstream feature directorial debut “Muse,” a critically-acclaimed psychological thriller that has played at 28 film festivals around the world, collecting awards for best feature, best screenplay, and audience choice, among other accolades, is coming to Dallas.
Set primarily in the grungy urban Arts District of Los Angeles, “Muse” is a twisted, haunted fairytale based on an Irish legend that explores the thin line between passion and obsession. Adam (Riley Egan) is a struggling painter longing to find artistic success, and to gain the affection of Maria (played with literal girl-next-door charm by daytime Emmy Award-winner Kate Mansi). Blocking his path is would-be rival Jason, Maria’s successful artist beau (embodied in a deliciously deplorable performance by Lou Ferrigno, Jr.). Adam begins to have visions spurred by a distant siren song, and, unable to find inspiration in the city, Adam heeds the call of his muse and accepts an invitation to the outskirts of town from shady character Hector (infused with Tyler Durden-esque charm by Max Decker).

MUSE will exclusively screen for one night in Dallas, TX at the Angelika Film Center & Café, 5321 E. Mockingbird Ln. Suite 230, in Dallas on Thursday, May 9 at 7:45 PM.

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