Anne Heche’s final film shoot revealed in dramatic clip and trailer
The first look at Anne Heche’s latest film is here.
A Recently released trailer because “What Remains” follows a paroled convict (Kellan Lutz, “FBI: Most Wanted”) who returns to the town where he murdered a pastor’s wife, played by Cress Williams (“Black Lightning”), who attempts this find forgiveness in his anger and pain.
Heche plays a local sheriff investigating another mysterious murder that may be related.
In a new clip shared with Deadline, Heche’s sinister figure drops some shocking information about the pastor as she presses him for his whereabouts on the night of the murder.
Writer-director Nathan Scoggins’ film was the last project Heche completed before her untimely death in August following a fiery, horrific car accident. Before completing production in October 2021, she was also working on a film starring Alec Baldwin and Skeet Ulrich called Supercell, as well as the HBO series The Idol, both of which are yet to come out.
After her death, Scoggins wrote that Heche “did her best” and brought “high spirits, focus and determination” to the set.
“She was playful, laughing and often joking between takes with me and members of our crew; She was proud of her work,” he said in a memoir for Variety.
“She told me about some of the struggles of her life — I didn’t know she included my film in part because I shared her brother’s name, who died when she was young,” he recalled. “Our relationship took on a sibling dynamic very quickly; I definitely felt like an older brother (despite being younger) constantly putting my arm around her as if trying to protect her from the world.
“I wish I could have been more protective of her.”
Shortly after her death, Wildfire: The Legend of the Cherokee Ghost Horse director Eric Parkinson told the Post how the Six Days, Seven Nights star performed her own stunts “like a champ” on the film’s set.
“I said, ‘Anne, your agent told us you’re not an experienced driver!’ Anne replied, ‘I’m not … but my character is a champion,'” he said of the actress climbing a horse.
Heche crashed her car into a building in Los Angeles on August 5. According to previous reports, she reportedly had cocaine in her system at the time of the incident and was pronounced brain dead on August 12.
The 53-year-old actress died of smoke inhalation and thermal injuries, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner. Heche left no will.
Heche’s memoir Call Me Anne is due out in January.
What Remains by Gravitas Ventures hits theaters and digital December 2nd.
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