Mission Park Movie Poster
- Nov. 5, 2009 -
Local writer and director Chip Perro has produced his second feature film, Mission Park, a fully franchisable superhero action adventure set in a vivid comic‐book world. This feature film is packed with action, style, sex, gore and not an ounce of typical superhero morals or decency. The characters are clad like silver‐age comic heroes from the 1960’s and the movie showcases the talent of 44 New England actors.
Sam Pannier leads the team as slut‐vigilante, Tessa Faux. Apple Orchard (Lauren Guglielmello)
is the prim and proper sidekick who doesn’t swear, doesn’t lie but does lug around an assault rifle to blow away criminals. Chris Ember (Chip Perro) is the fiery anarchist with a vast array of powers that are actually symptoms of a virus that’s killing him. Timothy Note (Casey Preston) is only in it for the glory, and Victor Strength (Christopher G. Pike) is the world’s strongest man. The saga opens up somewhere in the middle, because the comic genre is a longform medium. In this part of the story, team Mission Park is recruited by the Boston Police Department to diffuse a time‐bomb situation, that if not controlled, will alter the fate of the entire world.
Mission Park is produced by Deborah Perro, written by Chip Perro, and directed by Chip Perro and Rick Perro. It stars: Sam Pannier, Lauren Guglielmello, Chip Perro, Casey Preston, and Christopher G. Pike. The original score was created by composer, Gregg Pannier. Principal photography was completed in August 2009. The film is in post‐production, with plans for an early 2010 release.
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About F.R. Perro, Inc.
based film production company, F. R. Perro Inc., produces original fictional works from material developed in‐house. Established in 2004, the company produced a feature‐length high school comedy, Remedial Attraction, in 2006 and current projects include Mission Park, and High Heel Samurai, a web TV series in its second season. An innovator in developing and producing broadcast‐quality web TV content, F.R. Perro also produces Shades of Ryan, a provocative “inner comedy,” and Cooking to the Max.