The new movie from Jennifer Linch, “Flowers of the Night,” promises to be darker fare than her earlier marital arts comedies.
“Flowers of The Night” is a dark action film that mixes exotic beauty and bloody violence.
The film opens in theaters on May 15, 2015.
Jennifer Linch is not only a director but also a writer, producer, actress, editor, director of photography and singer.
Linch, who has 7 years of martial arts training, performs her own stunts.
Her cinematic style is identified with Korean action films.
She cites Korean comedies as a major influence.
Jennifer Linch, the youngest female director of martial arts films in Hollywood, co-stars with Tim Neff, who starrs in the live action web series “Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope.” Neff also served as the fight choreographer.
“Tim Neff is not only very skillful at marital arts in many different styles but also an extremely well trained method actor,” said Linch in a statement. “Flowers of The” Night also features Sunshine Pictures manager and actress/model Morgan Macedo.
According to the official synopsis: “Three female assassins on a bloody rampage to obtain revenge against an enormously powerful criminal syndicate have located their final target that stands between them and retribution.
Lily, Nightshade and Azalea deftly infiltrate the regal mansion where their target, Matthew Thompson, is hiding, effortlessly executing anyone who stands in their way.
As the guards fall one by one the assassins get closer to reaching their goal, but Matthew Thompson will not die easily.
Beautiful, brutal and deadly, the flowers of the night will have their vengeance or die trying.” Michael Foster served as Director of Photography and Editor.
The production supervisor was Sean D.
Mclean and the associate producers were Alexx Thompson and Nguyen Quy Khang.
The movie was sponsored by attorney William Reedhead.Camille Wood was the Costume Designer.
Jennifer Linch specializes in Action Comedy or Fantasy Martial Arts Comedy films.
She is the president of Sunshine Pictures.
Jennifer Linch directed “Malevolence,” “The Dream,” “Forbidden Forest,” and “Flowers of The Night.” She also sang the song “Come To Me Lullaby,” for the soundtrack for her film “The Dream.” You can watch the trailer for Jennifer Linch’s “Flowers of the Night here: