Adam Brown stars as Manny in Stanleyville for Amazon Studios.
Written by McCabe-Lokos and Rob Benvie, Stanleyville is a satirical feature comedy that follows six disparate characters with nothing to lose as they face off in a bizarre competition for a slightly used habanero-orange compact sport utility vehicle.
The story follows Maria Barbizan (Wuest) who has walked away from her life – her job, her money, her feckless husband and vile teenaged daughter – her entire identity. While loitering in a shopping mall, she is approached by a strange man, Homunculus (Richings), to participate in an even stranger contest. She accepts, immersing herself in the competition with her fellow contestants: Andrew Frisbee Jr. (Serritiello), self-styled alpha male and aspiring capitalist; Bofill Pancreas (Tchortov), amiable bodybuilder and salesperson for the Xircolite Nutrition System; Manny Jumpcannon (Brown), a seedy, failed actor, brimming with wired energy; and Felicie Arkady (Ricketts), sullen, mysterious and focused on destroying her competitors. Only one of them will win, but by the end of the contest, the prize of a compact SUV seems like cold comfort for a lost soul.
Adam is perhaps best known for playing Ori in The Hobbit trilogy directed by Peter Jackson.
Other film credits include Stanleyville for Memory Films, The Limehouse Golem for Lionsgate, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales for Walt Disney Pictures and The Bunker which has been selected for Cannes Film Festival 2017.
Television credits include Kyle in The End of the F***ing World for E4/Netflix.About Sainou
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