Guns, Rabbits, Mysterious Men and Suicide all find a meaningful home in "Drifter", the climactic fourth volume of Data Recovery (a short, music-centered film and alternative hip hop album released in April 2012) by Pittsburgh music and video producer HITTofMCM. Self-produced by HITTofMCM at MCM Studios in Pittsburgh's South Side, "Drifter" seeks to answer questions raised in the first three episodes of the popular mini-movie which earned over 150,000 views. Conceptually, "Drifter" is a twisted tale along the lines of Edward Scissor Hands and Pee Wee's Big Adventure; musically, it has been described as Kid Cudi meets Tim Burton. Walking the line between life and death, "Drifter" asks the question, "Will you walk through the door?"
Short Bio: HITTofMCM is an entrepreneur from Pittsburgh, PA who has made a living creating music and video projects for himself and his clients from his award-nominated studio, MCM Studios in Pittsburgh's South Side. He is also the creator of IM SO BURGH, a staple in Pittsburgh apparel.
Photography by Beyond Dreams
Rabbit : Stephen Parker
Ghoul : Ed Ruffalo / Jeremy Duke
Extra Hands : Nick Bozogan / Manny / Monique Nicole
Audio : MCM Studios Pittsburgh