When a vicious criminal mastermind escapes prison in 1940s Arkansas, the retired detective who put him there is recruited to hunt him down one last time and avenge the death of his partner.
Michael Pharis is a 29-year old Fort Smith, Arkansas-born independent filmmaker. Michael made his feature directorial debut with Cabin at Crescent Peak in 2009, and followed that up with Radio Kings (2011), Some Stay Strong (2012), and Words Can Wait (2013). Development, production, and completion of “The Rock of Gibraltar” consumed the following six years while he completed his doctorate in physical therapy and attained his specialty in neurology in physical therapy.
Michael currently works full-time in the inpatient-rehab setting as a physical therapist, and enjoys pursuing his creative passion of writing and directing screenplays and feature films, and composing music and songs.