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“American Dresser” Modern Day Film About Motorcycle Trip

Long Island, NY July 9, 2012 - Go With The Flo Films has just signed Stephen Lang to play the role of John Moore in the upcoming film “American Dresser” to begin shooting in Long Island, NY this September. Written, produced and directed by Long Island native Carmine Cangialosi, ”American Dresser”is a modern day western where old friends John Moore and Charlie Wildhorse are brought together by unfortunate circumstances that turn into an opportunity for both to fulfill a life long dream of riding their motorcycles across country, out West from New York. On the open road, the ride takes an unexpected turn in the form of a young loner named Willie. After some problems, the three men from two different generations slowly begin to understand one another, while learning something about themselves as they cross the diverse country. The adventures they encounter along the way will last a lifetime, making the heart pump and the imagination run wild.

 The motorcycles in the film will be from 20th Century Cycles of the famed collector, singer, producer, pianist and one of Long Island’s greatest exports, Billy Joel who is a consulting producer on the film.

Stephen Lang, best known for his roles in Avatar, Tombstone, Conan The Barbarian, The Men Who Stare at Goats andGettysburg will play the role of John Moore. He is your average everyday husband, father, and provider for his family.  If it were up to him, he wouldn’t have changed a thing.  But unfortunately, you don’t always get the opportunity to choose the road we must travel.

Carmine Cangialosi was quoted by Newsday as the “Cecil B. Demille of Long Island Film Making.” His first film “The Beach House”won the Audience Choice Award at the Stony Brook Film Festival selling out a 400-seat theatre in one day.Debbie Markowitz, President of the Long Island International Film Expo acknowledged Carmine at the Award Ceremony for his diverse originality for his 2 films,“Take It Easy Bob” (short-thriller), and “The Beach House” (full length comedy).

Carmine also volunteers his time with film students at Five Towns College, has appeared on News 12, The Indie Film Channel, and Hamptons News Channel.  He has been featured on E! and IFC, WBAB, 98.5 The Bone, Stony Brook and Nassau County college local radio stations and mentioned in such papers as The New York Post, Newsday, Dan’s Papers and Great South Bay Magazine. 

 Please stay tuned for more information on American Dresser and visit here:   http://www.americandresser.com/


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