Why You Should Be Excited For “A Troubled Town”

Everyone has a story worth sharing, and Lebanese-Australian filmmaker Billy El Kaddour is the kind of creator who proves that nothing can stop the best stories from being told. His upcoming web series “A Troubled Town” will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

Here’s why you should be excited for “A Troubled Town.”

1. The story is filled with unforgettable characters and gripping plot twists.

“A Troubled Town” follows the story of a couple who are torn apart after the tragic loss of their son. While wife Therese seeks counsel from troubled psychologist Manu, her husband Billy turns to drug dealing while a mysterious man watches his every move.

Check out the teaser below.

2. The story behind the series is equally as captivating.

Billy based much of “A Troubled Town” on the story of the most important person in his life, his mother. After Mrs. El Kaddour was diagnosed with dementia in 2012, Billy began to fall into a severe depression.

However, rather than letting his troubles consume him, Billy instead made the decision to honor his mother’s life by sharing her story with the world.


3. It’s a real passion project.

Though Billy never went to drama school, acting has always been one of his passions. When film director Toufic Saadeh approached Billy with the opportunity to feature in his movie The Islander Theory, he jumped at the chance.

After completing his first film project, Billy knew that he wanted to create one of his own. “A Troubled Town” is the result of Billy’s hard work and dedication to make his own dreams come true.

Billy El Kaddour has a powerful story to share through “A Troubled Town.” Keep up with the project through Facebook and YouTube to be the first to know about its release.

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Kristen Harris enjoys listening to a wide range of music, from Taylor Swift to, on occasion, Celtic instrumental. She also spends her time writing, reading, and baking.