Indie Thriller ‘Up On The Glass’ Unveils Trailer Ahead Of September Release

August 23, 2020

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From director Kevin Del Principe’s comes the unnerving thriller Up on the Glass, starring Chase Fein (On The Rocks) is being released On Demand, Digital and Blu-ray this September through Gravitas Ventures.


The film centers on a wanderer named Jack DiMercurio who secretly desires the life and wife of his more affluent friend, Andy Shelton. Past tensions surface between the two men during an informal reunion at Andy’s cottage on Lake Michigan. One heinous act allows Jack to draw close to Andy’s wife Liz, but Jack finds living Andy’s life is a dangerous lie.


Chelsea Kurtz (“The Flash”, “Scandal”, “Longmire”, Variant) and Hunter Cross (Love Finds You in Valentine, Suburban Swingers Club) co-star.


Director, co-writer, and producer Kevin Del Principe states, “Growing up in a blue-collar family, the idea that pursuit of higher education would lead to a better life was imbued in me. For so many of my generation, this has not been the case due to a variety of economic and social factors. The main character in UP ON THE GLASS, Jack, has tried to rise in America but it has not worked out as he’s hoped. Subsequently, he feels lost, distanced from his peers, and from the elite institutions that allowed him entry but have not enabled him to climb in them accordingly. Characters like Jack deserve a voice because he embodies so many who have strived but been left behind. For Jack, the pressure he feels due to his class situation and the lack of trust he has in institutions leads to devastating consequences.”


Kevin Del Principe and Nikki Del Principe produced under their Save Them Wild Dogs banner.


Up on the Glass arrives On Demand, DVD, and Blu-ray on September 8th. You can pre-order your copy now.



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