BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - An official trailer for "Henry's Crime," which was partly shot in Buffalo, Kenmore, and Niagara Falls, has been released.
The most recognizable shot of Buffalo in the trailer is the Goldome Bank, but the trailer also includes scenes from Niagara Falls. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September, but has yet to hit theaters in the U.S.
The independent film, which is being billed as a comedy, is set in Buffalo and stars Reeves as a toll booth attendant who comes across a bank robbery only to be falsely accused of the crime. After spending time in prison, he and his former cellmate decide to rob the bank for real. Check out some of the scenes being shot in Niagara Falls here.
"Henry's Crime" caused a lot of excitement in the city, and Lieutenant Michael Collette snagged a part in the film. The Lockport firefighter, who played a small role in "Henry's Crime," caused an uproar after it was discovered he was receiving disability payments while working on the film. The day before his trial was set to begin, he resigned.
You can watch the trailer below. Look for downtown Buffalo around at around the 10 second mark:
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