Director of “Tucht”, A Feature Film Grounded In Healing Child Abuse (A Theme In This Memoir)

TUCHT Poster RevisedCOMING SUMMER, 2015

I am very happy and grateful to announce that I have been selected as the director of and a producer for the independent feature film, TUCHT, an ASAOPE Independent Filmworks production with support from the makers of the OSCAR-winning films ABOUT SCHMIDT, ALI, and A BEAUTIFUL MIND. (Visit my Internet Movie Database page).

TUCHT is a raw, gritty psycho-thriller/dark-comedy inspired by the true-story of 8 remarkable lives that depicts — unflinchingly — the exigent social-welfare issue of Child Abuse, and its related issues of Suicidal-Depression, Mental Illness, Domestic Violence, and Homicidal-Tendencies. TUCHT shares the undeniably proven POWER of UNCONDITIONAL LOVE & FORGIVENESS to heal even the most horrific of human conditions.

The writer and co-director of TUCHT, Alex Molina, is dedicated to pioneering change in cinema and using the art of ASAOPE. ASAOPE comes from the Sanskrit language and means “The Healing Power of the Performing Arts.”

Visit our Facebook page for updates.

Visit the TUCHT Internet Movie Database page for updates on cast, crew and release date info.

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4 Responses to Director of “Tucht”, A Feature Film Grounded In Healing Child Abuse (A Theme In This Memoir)

  1. This is wonderful Val! Wishing you continued success!

  2. Thank you Colored People Network! I hope we can connect and have a conversation about the film in the future.

  3. Carol G. says:

    What a fabulous project, Val! Keep me posted!

  4. Thanks @Carol! Will keep you in the loop, my friend. Hope all is well with you.

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