Former Princeton attackman, Sean Hartofilis, is set to release his debut feature film, Beach Pillows, in January of next year. The film, winner of the Amsterdam Film Festival’s Van Gogh World Cinema Screenwriting Award, stars Geoffrey Arend, Vincent Kartheiser, Richard Schiff, and Annette O’Toole.
OK, so I’m a little partial to Sean Hartofilis. Your favorite Princeton attackmen probably include Hess, Massey, Hubbard, Boyle, and etc. Hartofilis and BJ Prager are mine. Harto is a two-time First Team All-Ivy League selection and third all-time in goals (126) behind Hubbard (163) and Massey (146).
From an earlier post in 2011,
Sean Hartofilis (37 points as a Sophomore) was the most flamboyant person on that team. His flare for the extreme off the field rivaled his swag on it. He, arguably, increased the sales of the Warrior Evolution head single-handily because of his 2001 performance. Everyone and their grandma started stringing their wands with two nylons and a “V.” Coaches embraced the underhand shooting technique and goalies learned what it meant when the ball took the elevator.
BJ Prager (40 points as a Junior) made the Brine Edge with traditional stringing a staple. No one has played the crease position better than BJ. Garden City’s finest made the crease attack spot important again.
Check out number 20 in the video (below).
Short clip from the upcoming film (below).
Learn more by visiting the film’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/beachpillows).