Director Jeffrey Coghlan's 'iKllr' is one of the many pictures doing the rounds at this months AFM. And a couple of new ripe assets from the techno Twitter thriller that stars Katelynn Tonguis, Jeremy Schuetze, Emily Lawrence and Eli Cross have come to light at the event. In the form of both a piece of sales art plus a fully extended and overly details plot synopsis to help with sales and distribution from potential buyers no doubt. But enough of my garbling just head below for the full premise.
"It started with a picture. It was a picture of a pretty, ambitious, self-dependent young woman sitting in a coffee shop, in-between college classes. In it, she was minding her own business, occupied with schoolwork and distracted by a boyfriend she loved very much. Her name was Jennifer Taylor and she didnít know the picture had been taken. She also didnít know the person who took it. The same person who would take her too.
The picture first surfaced on Twitter and every day afterwards, there was a new photo of Jennifer, each one getting closer and closer to her, shedding more light on her very quiet, self-contained life. The pictures were soon followed by videos that followed her. From a distance, twitter followers watched Jennifer leave her house each morning, grab a coffee, go to school, study hard and return home alone at night.
Eventually, they would watch Jennifer get those same pictures sent to her anonymously on her own phone.
Based on an actual Twitter account, iKllr is the story that started as an internet rumor and was quickly shared by twitter followers and facebook friends alike before making headlines in the spring of 2010 when Jennifer was reported missing.
No one who followed the iKllr twitter account reported anything. No one wanted to admit they had been watching. No one wanted to admit that it was true and no one wanted to believe that it was that easy to do."
'iKllr' Teaser Art