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Writer and director Joe McClean is busy this week as the shoot for his new sci-fi thriller 'Life Tracker' has kicked off in La. Sexy 'Saw 3D' star Rebecca Marshall is amongst the cast that also includes both Matt Dallas and Barry Finnegan. Marshall was the unfortunate victim to one of Jigsaw's traps in which Bobby Dagen attempted to free her from her 'eye-catching' situation in the Kevin Greutert helmed final chapter of the 'Saw' franchise. Ron Canada, Jay Gillespie, Kimberly Adair, Bruna Matsin, Jeff Johnson and Jeannie Bolet all co-star in 'Life Tracker' which we expect to see a release later this year. The movie itself deals with a company that have managed to create a unique way in which they can predict biological events in a human's life by looking at their DNA. Check out the full plot synopsis below which was provided by McClean himself. »
Red and Tan Productions announces today that principal photography has commenced in Los Angeles on their latest feature film Life Tracker. Written and directed by Joe McClean (How to Make a David Lynch Film), the movie stars Matt Dallas (ABC Family's Kyle Xy, The First Ride With Wyatt Earp), Rebecca Marshall (Saw 3D) and Barry Finnegan (How to Make a David Lynch Film).
In the near future, a new device has emerged to detect the time of death of every man's life through DNA analysis. A modern day palm reading, the device has ignited fear and paranoia throughout the world. The film follows an aspiring filmmaker, Dillon (Barry Finnegan), who chronicles the hysteria and stumbles upon the mystery behind Life Tracker Limited, the company behind the device. »
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