100 Days to Live is a thought-provoking film. Nothing is what it appears to be.
Haunted by the tragic death of her mother, Rebecca Church (Heidi Johanningmeier, Fox’s Proven Innocent) has dedicated her life to the mental health profession. Recently engaged to Gabriel Weeks (Colin Egglesfield, TNT’s Rizzoli & Isles), a handsome and successful options trader, Rebecca finally seems happy.
But when her fiancé suddenly disappears, leaving behind a chilling photo album with “Gabriel Was Saved” on the cover, Rebecca learns he was abducted by a serial killer dubbed “The Savior,” who stalks his victims for 100 days before killing them.
Rebecca must work with detectives Jack Byers (Yancey Arias, USA’s Queen of the South) and Greg Neese (Chris Johnson, ABC’s Betrayal) in a race against the clock once she discovers The Savior is a former colleague named Victor Quinn (Gideon Emery, Netflix’s Scream: The TV Series), whom she thought had committed suicide.
Ravin Gandhi wrote, produced, and directed his first feature film. He said, “I wrote 100 Days to Live over many years on nights and weekends because I love psychological thrillers that dare the viewer to figure what will happen next, and shock with unpredictable turns that ultimately seem inevitable. Even though 100 Days to Live is (hopefully) an exciting and original film, my goal is for the viewer to leave with an appreciation of the brutal struggles of suicidal ideation. Maybe if enough people see the film, we can advance the national conversation on this topic. We need more films that do not shy away from addressing this problem that is still steeped in taboo and never discussed.
Most importantly, I hope the film leaves viewers who are depressed with a simple message: Don’t give up.”
Releases on All VOD Digital Platforms, DVD/BD February 2, 2021
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