“Captive Audience”

Nah … not the Olympics, nor the “award winning” Don Roberts show, but that’s the name of a small budget movie filmed at the Acquacotta restaurant.

The story revolves around a frustrated novelist who takes a group of restaurant diners and staff hostage. Alameda resident Leonard Bael is one of the film’s actors. Lead actors include Tony Mathews of Pleasanton, who plays writer Harvey Templeton, and Mark McGrath, an Alameda native now living in San Francisco, who plays restaurateur Rick Delano.

On a related note, check out the list of movies filmed in Alameda!

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One Response to ““Captive Audience””

  1. pch1013 Says:

    a frustrated novelist who takes a group of restaurant diners and staff hostage

    Given what’s been happening in Oakland lately, that’s more than a little creepy.

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