DIVERSITY ON THE SILVER SCREEN “SECOND SUNRISE” LEAD BY NATIVE FEMALE DIRECTOR, 95% NATIVE CAST, NATIVE SCREENPLAY, NATIVE PRODUCTION COMPANY.
SECOND SUNRISE, could be the next “Twilight-Saga” franchise. The Romero Company An Indigenous Film Studio has acquired the movie rights of all four books for Joanelle Romero to direct and Red Nation Films.
SECOND SUNRISE A case of plutonium brings a Navajo nightwalker (vampire) and a no-nonsense FBI agent together. While deadly shapeshifters stalk them, Lee Nez and his beautiful partner must stop the power-mad Nazi who created him.
“SECOND SUNRISE”, an adaptation of David & Aimée Thurlo novel, “Second Sunrise”. The story of a New Mexico State Police Officer Lee Nez, a Navajo vampire. Thanks to the quick work of a Navajo shaman Bowlegs, Lee can walk about in the day and prefers his blood refrigerated-but his vampire nature makes him a magnet for other supernatural entities. Lee suspects that the German vampire who created him during World War II is back in the US, searching for a cache of stolen plutonium. And Lee’s being stalked by the remnants of a pack of Navajo shapeshifters who are literally out for his blood. When the FBI shows up, in the person of the very attractive Diane Lopez, Lee’s problems only increase. He can’t tell Diane that the case she’s looking into involves shapeshifters or that it’s his supernatural abilities that make him such a great cop. And teaming up with Lee could be very hazardous.