Escape Hollywood’s Reboots with ERZULIE: The Groundbreaking Mermaid Film You Can’t Miss!

Bored of Hollywood’s never-ending cycle of remakes and reboots? Feeling like there’s nothing fresh and exciting out there? Dive into the magical world of ERZULIE.

Bored of Hollywood’s never-ending cycle of remakes and reboots? Feeling like there’s nothing fresh and exciting out there? Dive into the magical world of ERZULIE and get ready for an unforgettable adventure in the swamps of Louisiana!

Directed by rising star Christine Chen and starring the fierce Leila Annastasia Scott as the fearsome Erzulie, this indie gem is breaking barriers as the first black mermaid film to grace the big screen. With themes of feminist empowerment, LGBTQIA rights, and environmentalism, ERZULIE offers a fresh and thought-provoking take on the classic 90s adventure genre.

But don’t expect to see this film plastered all over billboards and social media ads – indie films like ERZULIE lack the massive marketing budgets of big studio productions. That’s why it’s up to us to support independent filmmakers like Christine Chen and the talented cast and crew of ERZULIE. By watching and sharing this incredible film, we can help bring more original and diverse stories to the screen.

So if you’re craving something new and exciting, take the plunge into ERZULIE – it’s a wild ride that you won’t want to miss!

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