Richard Masur in official trailer for Indie Road Trip comedy film ‘Hudson’


Richard Masur in official trailer for Indie Road Trip comedy film ‘Hudson’

by Alex Billington
August 24, 2021
Source: Youtube

“Nothing turned out the way I expected.” 1091 Pictures has released a trailer for an independent road trip comedy titled Hudson, marking director Sean Daniel Cunningham’s feature debut. This won the Audience Award at the 2019 Phoenix Film Festival and won a few other awards at festivals that year. It is finally arriving on VOD for the enjoyment of all this year. On a journey to disperse his mother’s ashes, a reclusive and shy man encounters unexpected friendships and a chance to begin living his life – a dysfunctional adventure of self-discovery, mini-golf and broken Volvo. “Hudson is a fun and enjoyable road trip movie with big laughs and an even bigger heart. Richard Masur (who played Clark in The thing!), with Gregory Lay, David Neal Levin, and Marie Catherine Greenawalt. It sounds like a worthy find.

Here is the official trailer (+ poster) of Sean Daniel Cunningham Hudson, directly from YouTube:

Hudson poster

After learning of his mother’s death, Hudson, a reclusive but charming man (Richard Masur), sets out on a journey with his distant cousin to scatter his mother’s ashes in the Hudson Valley. Along the way, they meet an unusual hitchhiker, and then their simple road trip turns into a dysfunctional adventure of self-discovery, mini-golf, and broken Volvos. Hudson is directed by a filmmaker in the making Sean Daniel Cunningham, making his directorial debut after a number of shorts and commercials. The screenplay is written by Sean Daniel Cunningham and Gregory Lay. It is produced by Emily Kincaid and Mary Catherine Greenawalt. This was originally screened at festivals in 2019. 1091 Pictures will be released Hudson direct-to-VOD from September 21, 2021 Coming soon. Who wants to watch this?

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