In a last-ditch effort to save his family, a poor Indian boy is coerced by a local kingpin to sell his kidney. When he is cheated out of his money, he vows to steal the criminal’s bloody business, for survival and revenge.
Michael Keller was interviewed in Rogue Cinema.
Film Threat calls Red Gold “A rare example of glowing cinematic perfection and profound intelligence.”
The London Film Review calls the film “A tense, absorbing, moving and well produced independent movie.”
Rogue Cinema says “Red Gold is a knockout of an indie film. It’s powerful and fabulous.”