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All Mistakes Buried

Release Date: January 22nd

Year    :   2016
By    :   Breaking Glass Pictures
Genre    :   Thriller, Crime, Mystery
Time    :   84 min.
Synopsis : A lone, struggling addict takes on a dangerous underground criminal ring in his small Southern town to retrieve a stolen pendant he believes will save his marriage.

Rating:   IMDb  / 8.5


"Trammell's beautifully unhinged performance offers a compelling vision of a grieving narcissist burrowing into the rabbit hole of his own mind.” - VILLAGE VOICE

"..stylish and well-acted.." - LA TIMES

"If there were Oscars for 'Best Performance in a Movie Academy Voters Wouldn't be Caught Dead Watching', Trammel's performance would be a lock for a nomination." -

"Trammell delivers a performance that perfectly nails the infuriating, unattractive behavior and switch-on bullshit-story ease of an experienced addict." - FILM JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL

"A heartfelt and heartbreaking tale of loss, redemption and self destruction, This is a film that shows just how wonderful of an actor that Trammell is and just how effective of a story that McCann can direct." - ICONS OF FRIGHT

"The acting is superb across the board which is impressive in some parts but downright astonishing. Sam Trammell won awards in acting for his last film to premiere at the festival (White Rabbit) and the festival organizers present agreed. It seems hard to argue that Mr. Trammel has topped himself. It is extremely difficult for an actor to play a drug addict on the surface level, but Mr. Trammel takes it farther than that." - EMERTAINMENT MONTHLY

Official Trailer

Theater Listings


NEW YORK – Cinema Village

LOS ANGELES – Laemmle Music Hall

CHICAGO – Facets Cinematheque

PHILADELPHIA – The Roxy Theater

MIAMI – Cinema Paradiso

CLEVELAND – Tower City Cinemas

DALLAS – Texas Theater


DENVER – SIE Film Center

PHOENIX – Harkin’s Valley Art





Sam Trammell is best known for his role opposite Anna Paquin on HBO’s critically acclaimed hit series “True Blood”. A West Virginia native, Trammell attended Brown University where he gravitated to acting in his senior year.

In 1998 he had a Tony-nominated performance in the lead role of the Broadway revival of Eugene O’Neill’s comedy “Ah Wilderness. Within months of capturing New York City audiences, Sam starred as the fast-talking ex-con “Sonny Dupree,” in the quirky ABC comedy-drama “Maximum Bob”, on John Wells’ “Trinity for NBC and eventually went on to star in the Showtime original series “Going to California”.

Trammell segued to film in a supporting role as a male hustler in the Sundance-screened Beat, followed by release of Followers, an affecting drama in which he played a would-be pledge to a fraternity who makes several decisions with tragic repercussions. He later portrayed twins in the dramatic road movie Fear of Fiction opposite Melissa Leo, followed by a supporting role in Autumn in New York with Richard Gere and Winona Ryder, and the independent dark comedy The Details with Tobey Maguire, Elizabeth Banks and Laura Linney. Sam went on to star as a corporate lawyer and his doppelganger, a hapless criminal, in Undermind.

Sam’s recent credits include the independent films Guns, Girls, and Gambling opposite Christian Slater and Gary Oldman, Long Time Gone opposite Virginia Madsen, the thriller Deadweight, the drama White Rabbit directed by Tim McCann, and The Aftermath – which he executive produced. Sam won Best Supporting Actor at the 2014 Boston Film Festival and the 2014 Chelsea Film Festival for his role as an overbearing, drug-addicted father in White Rabbit. He most recently played Shailene Woodley’s father in The Fault in Our Stars, and is beginning production on Three Generations, starring Naomi Watts and Susan Sarandon.


Brooklyn, NY, native Vanessa Ferlito developed acting aspirations early in life and broke into the entertainment business via television, with guest spots and recurring roles on crime-themed series programs including “CSI: New York” and “The Sopranos”.

Currently, Vanessa can be seen on “Graceland”, the hit series on the USA network from writer Jeff Eastin, which was recently renewed for a third season. She also appeared in the Lionsgate feature film, Stand Up Guys, opposite Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, and Alan Arkin.

Ferlito was also seen starring in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Nora Ephron’s Julie and Julia opposite Meryl Streep, Stanley Tucci, and Amy Adams, Tyler Perry’s hit film Madea Goes to Jail for Lionsgate, as well as in Alfredo de Villa’s Nothing Like the Holidays with Alfred Molina, John Leguizamo and Jay Hernandez.

Prior to that, Ferlito starred in Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof opposite Kurt Russell. Tarantino wrote the role specifically for Vanessa, whose name means “Butterfly,” identical to the character in the film.

On the small screen, Ferlito was a series regular on CBS’s enormously successful “CSI: NY” as a member of the forensic investigation team led by Gary Sinise. Ferlito has also appeared in other highly acclaimed series, including HBO’s “The Sopranos”, NBC’s “Law & Order” and “Third Watch”, and a recurring role as ‘Claudia’ in FOX’s smash hit series “24”.

In 2003, Ferlito starred as ‘Lizette Sanchez’ in John Leguizamo’s acclaimed boxing drama “Undefeated”, which earned her an NAACP nomination for Outstanding Actress in a TV Movie. In 2002, Ferlito appeared in Spike Lee’s “The 25th Hour” with Edward Norton, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Barry Pepper.


Missy Yager is a member of the Naked Angels Theater Company and has performed in numerous of its productions in both New York City and Los Angeles. Other theater credits include Broadway: “The Diary of Anne Frank” with Natalie Portman. Off-Broadway: “The Starry Messenger” (New Group), “This Is Our Youth” (New Group, Second Stage), “Rabbit Hole” (Geffen Playhouse, Garland Award) the title character in Horton Foote’s “Laura Dennis” (Signature Theater).

Her film credits include: After The Fall and The Track (both soon to be released), CertaintyB Girl, Dead Man Walking, Fish in the Bathtub, and Broken Giant.

Her numerous TV credits include: “Mad Men” (recurring), “Private Practice” (recurring), “My Own Worst Enemy” (recurring), “$5.15/hr” (directed by Richard Linklater for HBO), “Six Feet Under” (recurring), “Boston Public” (series regular), “The Mike O’Malley Show” (series regular), “The Newsroom”, and just about every other show that’s ever been on TV. She has also appeared in a couple of web series too: “Faux Baby” and “Wainy Days”.

As a producer, Missy has worked on Friends with Kids (Associate Producer), After the Fall (Co-Producer), and The Track (Executive Producer).

Festival Play


Winner – Best Actor – Sam Trammell

Winner – Best Actress – Missy Yager

Winner – Best Editing


Contact Us

For All Press Inquiries:
Contact Erika Ayres

For Theatrical/Festival Booking and VOD Inquiries:
Contact Michael Repsch

General Office Information:
Breaking Glass Pictures
133 North 4th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Tel: 267-324-3934
Fax: 267-687-7533

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