A new, cryptic and downright unsettling trailer has been released for Let Me Make You A Martyr, a movie starring Marilyn Manson, Sons Of Anarchy's Mark Boone Junior and Niko Nicotera.
The drama follows two adoptive siblings attempting to abolish their abusive father's crime ring in the deep South. The father (Boone) hires terrifying hitman Pope (Manson) to track the pair down, who have picked up a young girl on their travels. It's the directing debut from Corey Asraf and John Swab, who say, “We've told a story that matters, and sharing that experience with people who shaped both us as artists was an unforgettable experience.”
Officially releasing June 6, Let Me Make You A Martyr is premiering May 25 in Tulsa, Oklahoma; May 27 in Austin; June 5 in Los Angeles; and June 9 in Brooklyn.
“Mark brought me into the project,” Manson says in a interview about the movie with Rolling Stone. “We were friends from Sons of Anarchy. He's sort of my unwanted mentor.
“He tells me what to do,” he continues. “He's always encouraged me, but he's very bossy about it. He says things like, 'You gotta do this, motherfucker. You'll like this.'”
Boone adds, “Who wants to be a rock & roll star his entire life? I thought he was the perfect choice for this.”
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