The movie Pressure is a coming of age film set in the 80’s within the womb of the “Hip-Hop” Generation where Harlem was its birthing canal offering all the added ingredients that can potentially damage or encourage a youth depending on th scope and outlook of it all, you decide by watching the trailer that will be in 6 major theatres starting in 2012.
Pressure’s Writer, Director & Producer, Abdu Dandridge owns and operates Independent Film Company called Pressure Entertainment where he truly has a Diamond of a Film in the Can. Dandrige’s passion and zeal for film making makes him a dynamic Youth Mentor & Leading Coach in Film, Marketing and Entrepreneurship, he grinds hard daily to accomplish every goal he has set for his gold mine movie, Pressure and it is sure to pay off for him along with the actors, and all of his investors.
Check the show out tonight on: Motivated Beauty Mondays Pressure The Movie July 18, 2011 Monday at 11pm EST.
PRE-RECORDED, so enjoy it:
Teen Co-Host, 13 year old Adia Colton, & Host Daphne Dwritewell Williams will get into the mind of dynamic Indy Writer & Film Producer, Abdu Dandridge to discover how he started and the importance of giving birth to your ideas. He will discuss how his team was able to get into 6 major theatres while creating a Radio and TV Buzz that has industry people looking to partner with him because they too want Pressure.
Not your typical synopsis, Pressure, the movie is about the harsh realities that youth endure living within low-income communities, but don’t be fooled in thinking that Abdul Dandridge’s film is your cliché hood film laced with violence because it is far from that! It is wrapped in twisted plots that will leave a mothers stomach in knots, but she along with her son’s MUST watch and discuss to live life on purpose.
First off, I will not allow Motivated Beauty Teenpreneurs to be associated with a stereotypical film, so although the movie has adult language (children curse when their parents aren’t around, so believe that), it hits home on various tribulations Teenagers face, endure and survive. Pressure is a MUST see! Why do we forget about how we acted as a teens, what we got into, and what we as latchkey children were able to endure, and how we made it over?
If someone didn’t give us the Peer Pressure chat and what we needed growing up ONLY God knows where we would be. Pressure the film will squeeze out every gift that is lying dormant within you, thus awaken the giant within you, & you’re teen while shaking you up on the realities of the world that your teens are living in.
Pressure is a film that teaches youth, and adults (who think it is cool not grow up) to mature and follow their passions, pursue their dreams and simply become who they already are by watching this film while getting out of your own way, thus applying all the lessons it delivers.
With many corners to turn, strategically and creatively, the Film Director, Abdu Dandridge doesn’t give it all away within the trail, but does wet your appetite for waiting to view Pressure as the sequence of events opens like an intriguing page turning book that leaves you pondering the next move the actors’ life takes as he is pressured by teens, his block, life while pressing forward with his thoughts, gifts, and ideas.
Like in life often it offers a panoramic view of our trails, victorious, struggles and tribulation, we must make tough decisions to get to the core of who shall become, but we must learn to get rid of all The Pressure in our now moments in order to create significant life altering move that will never be erased because we (youth & adults) didn’t give into the Pressure of our neighborhood circumstance.
Are you ready for PRESSURE?
It Releases in Harkins Theatres on February 10, 2012:
Cinematically, Pressure is brilliantly made! Prepare to view the film in February and be Pressured to share with all you know that can stand to live their best life yet by not giving into the Pressure this world offers us.
Pressure is making Film History as it will being released in February 10, 2012, so check the website:www.PressureEntertainment.com to watch the trailer, and share it with your teens, friends, and family.
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