“Sofia” is the story of Vicki Denev, and her alter egos. Having suffered a devastating loss as a victim of terrorism, Vicki is irreversibly damaged. Vague and disturbing memories drive her desire for revenge, making her a prime candidate to be recruited by the government as an assassin of terrorists. Manipulated by mind control, her personality is altered, rendering her a ruthless killer. All goes according to plan, until a new fantasy personality emerges, causing a glitch that not only threatens the mission, but her life.
She adds, “We were fortunate to have the talents of renowned director Isaac Florentine for ‘Sofia.’ The action sequences that he brought to the film have taken this psychological thriller to a whole new level of entertainment. And the connections, expertise and knowledge that producer David Ornston brought to the table were absolutely instrumental in putting the film together.”
The film is produced by David Ornston; with story by Portnoy; and written by Hans Feuersinger, Nancy L. Babine and Portnoy. Cinematography is by Ross W. Clarkson and editing is by Irit Raz. The film was shot in association with NU Boyana in Bulgaria. According to Portnoy, the film was a beautiful collaboration, creatively, between Ornston, Florentine, Raz and herself. “Sofia” has a running time of 88 minutes. This film is not yet rated.
By George Leon