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UP ON THE GLASS is about a wanderer named Jack DiMercurio who secretly desires the life and wife of his more affluent friend, Andy Shelton. Past tensions surface between the two men during an informal reunion at Andy’s cottage on Lake Michigan. One heinous act allows Jack to draw close to Andy’s wife Liz, but Jack finds living Andy’s life is a dangerous lie.




UP ON THE GLASS is distributed in North America by Gravitas Ventures.

"Kevin creates a palpable sense of dread that permeates throughout this film." Tony Piantedosi, Vice President of Acquisitions at Gravitas Ventures



The movie can now be purchased as a Bluray/DVD on Amazon and other retail stores or streamed on iTunes as well as many other VOD platforms.


UP ON THE GLASS is an official selection of the 2020 Capital City Film Festival in Lansing, Michigan and the 2020 Buffalo International Film FestivalUOTG screened as a special presentation at the 2020 Buffalo International Film Festival.


"Covering up a heinous act leads to an opportunity to live the life he’s always wanted for a man (Chase Fein) trapped between his blue-collar roots and his elite college friends in Kevin Del Principe’s thrilling drama Up On The Glass." John J. Fink, Artistic Director of the Buffalo International Film Festival


"If you didn't catch it this year, I promise you this will be one of the best films you see in 2021!" -Ron Trembath, founder of Trainwreck'd Society

what reviewers are saying

"Up on the Glass is a tense, well-crafted thriller about the class divide and the conflict between beautiful illusions and ugly realities." -Stephanie Malone, Morbidly Beautiful

“Up On the Glass is a good looking film in every way imaginable and the locations are beautiful. The movie is more concerned with delivering a deep story than salacious moments.” -Nathaniel Muir, AIPT Comics

Full of tension and great dramatic performances, this thriller is bound to keep you up at night [...]” -Loron Hays, Reel Reviews

“[Its] build-up is deliberately slowburn and more interested in the psychological aspects of its story than the physical, with guilt taking front and center of its narrative, but veiled in layers of undercurrents - and in that way it's favourably comparable to some of the lesser known but all the more memorable psychothrillers by Patricia Highsmith [...]” -Mike Haberfelner, [re] Search My Trash

“Those in the audience expecting a predictable, cheesy thriller may be disappointed as although Up on The Glass plays with these conventions, it intentionally never follows through on the familiar set ups and tropes of lesser titles.” -Joel Fisher, Battle Royal With Cheese

“Jealous rivalries over a woman amongst other things are part of the veneer that threatens to tear a bromance apart in the new rural noir drama UP ON THE GLASS.” -John Higgins, Film and TV Now

"Del Principe builds his house of cards with such assurance and precision that you can’t help but get involved." -Alex Saveliev, Film Threat

"Kevin Del Principe along with his wife Nikki Brown [...] explore the idea of how we measure our identity through others and their perception of us and how we perceive ourselves." -Ingrid Johnson, Rich Girl Network TV

"Up On the Glass is toxic good [...]" -Brandon Henry, Horror Buzz

"I won't forget UP ON THE GLASS, that's for sure, and I plan to follow the careers of virtually everyone who played a part in making it." -Kevin Renick, Zachary Mule



"A very dramatic story with a dramatic end!" -DeeDee Bigelow Take Three Film Critic

"The first full-length film for director Kevin Del Principe (who co-wrote this with Nikki Brown, who appears in the movie as Kate Green), is an intriguing low budget drama that looks way better than it’s $60,000 reported budget would suggest." -B&S About Movies

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