Johnny Boy goes on a routine job, things go awry when he meets a vulnerable young girl. His boss George sees her as a money making opportunity. Neither one has a clue of the deep dark secret that lays within the girl. Once revealed it will change the lives of these thugs forever.

To one and all the darkness calls home

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“if you’re lucky, you’ll catch UNDER THE DARK WING at a film fest near you.” – Ambush Bug (Ain’t It Cool News)

” Let me just say that this is more than a movie—it is an experience.” – Reviews by Amos Lassen

“I will savor what I just watched which is one of the better, more original short films I have ever seen.” – Mike D (The Film Philosopher)

“Relying equally heavy on its characters and strong performances as on style and atmosphere” – Mike Haberfelner (re)Search my Trash)

“My only prerequisite when pressing play on a short film is ‘leave me wanting more’ and UNDER THE DARK WING did just that.” – The Blue Took (The Slaughtered Bird)

“Under The Dark Wing is another well-polished film from a Director (Christopher Di Nunzio) who continues to shine” – Patrick Ricketts (Video Views)

“Under The Dark Wing is one of the more interesting shorts I’ve seen this year, it’ll make you think about karma and the consequences of people’s actions!” – Brian Morton (Rogue Cinema)

“Overall, Under The Dark Wing is an accomplished and cine-literate addition to this young director’s growing portfolio.” – Pete Wall (Strangers in a Cinema)

“Jessy Row was powerful.” “David Graziano portrayed the Boss George and was fantastic.” – Char Hardin

“The dialogue in this film matches perfectly with the atmosphere created by the cinematography. Writers Pedro Alvarado and DiNunzio evoke the patois of playwright and writer-director-producer David Mamet’s gangster and con-artist characters, as in, for example “House of Games” (1987).” Bill Meeker (


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