LOS ANGELES, CA – Sushi Girl Films, LLC is proud to present the feature film “Sushi Girl” which begins physical production on March 15th 2010 at Universal Studios Hollywood. The thriller flick is penned by Destin Pfaff (TV’s Millionaire Matchmaker, Licorice Kisses, The Disembodied) and Kern Saxton (Roadside Convenience, Deader Living Through Chemistry) and is to be directed by Saxton. Produced by Suren M. Seron (Forever Plaid), Destin Pfaff and Josh Cole, the film marks Saxton’s feature length directorial debut after his last short “Deader Living Through Chemistry” was personally selected by George Romero to be featured on Romero’s “Diary of the Dead” DVD release. Allan Ebert and Neal Fischer are serving as the film’s executive producers. “Sushi Girl” is currently in pre-production and will feature one lucky girl from The Suicide Girls website. Casting begins February 9th under the eyes and ears of veteran casting director Ivy Isenberg. Saxton, Pfaff, Seron and Cole were all friends prior to making the film together.
“It’s fantastic being able to produce a film you’re passionate about with good friends, and it makes it much easier to give real creative input into the project.” — Suren M. Seron
Pfaff and Saxton have always wanted to collaborate on a heist film together, and they couldn’t have asked for a better premise than “Sushi Girl”.
“Five friends reunite six years after a diamond job gone wrong to eat sushi off a naked girl. Nothing is as it seems and nothing ever was. Needless to say, being 70′s horror boys at heart, torture, madness and violence ensues. You know, your typical high-octane family film!” – Destin Pfaff
“The first time I read the script I knew we had to make this movie.” – Suren M. Seron
“Sushi Girl” is only the first of a few projects the producer friends have lined up this year – others include the horror film “The Dark Into Me” and the feature version of “Deader Living Through Chemistry”.