“37: A Final Promise” stars Randall Batinkoff as a desperate rocker determined to end his own life at 37
Guilt-ridden rocker Adam Webb (Randall Batinkoff of “Kick-Ass”) vows to kill himself in “37: A Final Promise.” But just a few weeks shy of the pre-planned expiration date — his 37th birthday — he meets Jemma (Scottie Thompson of “Skyline”) and falls in love.
Haunted by painful memories and a traumatic past, the love struck singer is conflicted between exacting his suicide plan or running off with his new gal. So, naturally, he visits a psychic (played by Bruce Davison, the senator from “X-Men”) for advice.
The story is adapted from Guy Blews’ novel “How Angels Die,” based on his personal experiences. Batinoff directed the film, as well as co-wrote the script with Jesse Stratton. Gravitas Ventures and 37 Productions is producing and distributing the film.
“37: A Final Promise” opens in select theaters and is available for VOD on Aug. 8.
Watch TheWrap’s exclusive clip of Adam’s sitdown with the psychic below: