© 2018 by Sean Renzetti.

 FILM 

Trusette Entertainment is a production company founded by Sean Renzetti. Projects aim to Captivate, Entertain, and Inspire audiences. 

Mountain Ave: Ryan and Sara, a seemingly normal couple, drive up the long and winding road to their mountain home. But as they return to their once peaceful retreat, tensions rise and they are confronted with the truth. Ryan flips out over a simple lightbulb breaking, Sara rehashes the joy they once cherished, and the memory of their lost child fall into their laps, unearthing the nightmares they tried to shut away. 

The maelstrom of nostalgia, grief, regret, joy, and loss forces Ryan and Sara to peel back the layers of their love. With each layer, Ryan has to decide where Sara fits into his changing life. And It leaves the couple with one undying question: 'Are you okay?”

Bang Bang Goes the Gun!: In a world on and around the stage, “Bang Bang Goes the Gun!” tips it’s hat to old Hollywood. A play on today’s headlines, this film takes you on a journey that has you asking the age old question, “What would YOU do for fame?”

When Millie Myers’ debut performance receives a harrowing review, she turns to her man, Bobby Fields. Bobby’s a man about town. Who are we kidding?…he owns the town! 

In a whirlwind scenario, a plan is made to take out the garbage and steal the spotlight once and for all. “Shall we have a little fun? Bang Bang Goes the Gun!”

 Mountain Ave: Director Statement

Mountain Ave was inspired by the relationship I developed with my mother after she died. Even though she is no longer physically here, her memory lingers in the home we once shared, the places we once went and the music we once listened to. 

I wanted to tell a story that activates the audiences senses in a unique and almost uncomfortable way. I wanted to relay the experience one might have when they are grieving the loss of a loved one - the halted rush through life that can leave you feeling numb, blind, and lost. 

Making this film has been an incredibly cathartic experience for me. I can only hope the audience can take from it some solace in knowing they are not alone in their grief.