Lee’s movie deals with man’s inhumanity and unconscious actions against the environment and asks some questions, like – is there is a moral and ethical obligation when talking about boundaries, borders and human interaction?
With the ever-increasing depletion of earth’s natural resource of water serving as the backdrop, a multi-national corporation disregards basic human needs that result in widespread illness and a people’s uprising. The distress causes unlikely allies to conspire and seek redemption for past deeds and the greater good.
Garcia stars as CIA operative-turned-political talk show host who gets hired by a
The story centers on Andy Garcia's character, an ex-cia agent who became a political talk show host after retiring as a spy. He is hired by a whistleblower to help expose her company's hand in a South American village massacre. Kevin Durand, Devon Bostick, Lara Daans, and Steven Bauer also star in unspecified roles.
Damian Lee (Sacrifice) will direct The Truth from his own original screenplay. Gary Howsam and Bill Marks will produce, with Andy Garcia, Kim Coates, and Jeff Sackman executive producing.
Production is scheduled to start later this month, with shooting to take place in Ontario and the Dominican Republic.
The Truth comes to theaters in 2012 and stars Andy Garcia, Forest Whitaker, Eva Longoria, Kim Coates, Deborah Kara Unger, Kevin Durand, Devon Bostick, Lara Daans. The film is directed by Damian Lee.
Drugs are bad. That much has been known to us since we were in the 6th Grade thanks to the D.A.R.E. program, but did it work? Drugs are one of the top imports here in America, lovingly retold to us in these heavy-handed title cards that open Sacrifice. We’re all high. We’re all dumb. If all of these types of stories are to believed, then there’s no end to this trade, no matter what your After School Special told you, the only thing more corrupt than drugs is oil. Luckily, we have Cuba Gooding, Jr. ready to single-handedly stop it all.
So the cover to Sacrifice is typical of Cuba Gooding Dtv movies: concerned expression with gun in hand. La-dee-da. But if you give it another second, Sacrifice ain’t all that bad, given the circumstances. No, it’s no Traffic, but
Though he has appeared in many films since making his screen debut in the 2004 cloning thriller Godsend, actor Devon Bostick only recently hit superstar status with his role as Rodrick Heffley in the two big screen adaptations of Jeff Kinney's popular book series Diary of a Wimpy Kid. With Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2: Rodrick Rules, the Canadian born actor became a full-blown teen heartthrob, and his presence in that film helped propel it to the number one position on the box office charts, even beating the highly anticipated Zack Snyder directed fantasy adventure Sucker Punch.
Tomorrow, Devon Bostick returns with the dramatic thriller Sacrifice, which is set to make its debut on Blu-ray and DVD. The actor stars as a drug dealer who must entrust his
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