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Rock And Roll Comedy Movie THE INCOHERENTS From Gravitas Ventures Releasing Comes To DVD & Video On Demand On April 28

08 April 2020

The all new Rock and Roll dramatic comedy movie from Gravitas Ventures THE INCOHERENTS is releasing on DVD and VOD later this month on Tuesday, April 28.

THE INCOHERENTS sees four 40-somethings each mired in some sort of midlife malaise reunite their 90's indie rock band.
Bruce Flansburgh (Jeff Auer) is a bored, 40-something New York paralegal who hasn’t let go of his dream of rock stardom. While slogging through an increasingly unbearable day to day existence, it dawns on him that the reunions of The Pixies, Soundgarden and other alternative/indie rock bands from the 90’s could inspire his former group, THE INCOHERENTS, to reform. The group, each mired in some sort of midlife malaise, reunite their 90's indie rock band for one last shot at stardom.
From director/producer Jared Barel, writer/producer Jeff Auer and producers Alex Emanuel and Jordan Barel, THE INCOHERENTS stars Jeff Auer alongside Alex Emanuel, Walter Hoffman and Casey Clark as THE INCOHERENTS, with Amy Carlson (Blue Bloods), Annette O’Toole (The Punisher), Kate Arrington (Ray Donovan), Robert McKay (Asunder the Series), Margaret Anne Florence (Sun Records) and Christine Chang (New Amsterdam) rounding out the cast.
Alex Emanuel, who plays the role of Jimmy, served as music supervisor, and along with Jeff Auer, wrote the original songs the band performed in the film. Guitarist Sean Eden (Luna) and drummer Kevin March (Guided By Voices) perform on the tracks as well. The film also includes musical performances from Stew (Tony Winner for Passing Strange), Jimmy Gnecco (Ours), Fiona Silver, Gentlemen Brawlers and the band 60/40, plus appearances by Chris Barron (The Spin Doctors), Jack McKeever, Joe Hurley and Richard Barone. The original songs and the soundtrack are love letters to the 80's/early 90's Rock ‘N’ Roll scene in America. 
Jared Barel (Director, Producer, Editor) is an award winning filmmaker, illustrator, designer, and graphic novelist. He is the owner and founder, along with his brother, Jordan, of Loaded Barrel Studios, an acclaimed producer of films, comics, graphic novels, music videos, motion graphics, and more.
Jeff Auer (Bruce, Writer, Producer) is a Brooklyn-based actor, writer and voice-over artist. Credits include "The Blacklist", “Bull”, “The Affair”, “Blue Bloods”, “Luke Cage” and the film “Ben is Back (with Julia Roberts and Lucas Hedges). Jeff is co-writer of the songs for the film with fellow cast member and producer Alex Emanuel.
Alex Emanuel (Jimmy, Producer, Music) is a New York-based actor, producer, filmmaker, writer, director and visual artist. He's also a former touring, recording rock musician and songwriter and veteran of numerous bands. His TV credits include roles on “Succession”, "50 Central", "Public Morals", "Blue Bloods" and “Law and Order”. Recent feature film roles include “Inside the Rain”, "When Everything’s Gone" and "The Luring". Alex has appeared in the world premieres of the rock musicals "Family Album" and "Home Street Home" among other theatre projects, and is presently working on a documentary about his father, Illustrator Robert Grossman, who passed away in 2018.
Walter Hoffman (Keith) is a New York City born and bred actor, screenwriter, film producer, stage director and musician. Recent acting work includes the shorts "Rock and Roll Ghost Town" and "La Festa", which was a finalist in the 2014 100 Hour Film Race.
Casey Clark (Tyler) is a nomadic actor, writer, filmmaker and musician. His work has taken him around the Globe, most recently, to Saudi Arabia.
Amy Carlson (Jerry Evans) played the role of Linda Reagan of CBS’s Blue Bloods, and prior to that was a cast member of Third Watch and Another World.  Film credits include Green Lantern and Too Big Too Fail. She currently appears in Landline (w/ John Turturro, Edie Falco & Jenny Slate) and the upcoming indie A Bread Factory, Part One.  
Annette O'Toole (Mrs. Graham) has had a long and varied career across film, TV and theater, appearing in everything from 48 HRS and Superman III to Smallville and Grey’s Anatomy. She’s also an Oscar Nominee for Best Song from the film A Mighty Wind. 
Kate Arrington (Liz) most recently appeared on Billions and The Good Wife.  She is an Obie Award winning actress and a member of Steppenwolf Theatre Company.  
Robert McKay (George) is an actor who most recently appeared in "Hidden Figures", the latest season of the hit Netflix/Marvel show "Daredevil" and the Barack Obama biopic "Barry.”
Margaret Anne Florence (Debbie) plays the role of Marion Keisker on CMT’s Sun Records.  TV appearances include Inside Amy Schumer, 30 Rock, Blue Bloods and Nurse Jackie.  
Christine Chang (Grace) is a New York based actress living in Brooklyn. She trained at the William Esper Studio, is a graduate of Yale University and NYU School of Law.  Recent acting credits include "Madam Secretary," "Listen Up Philip," and "East of Hollywood".   

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