Dallas director Matthew Spradlin (Bad Kids Go To Hell) has signed on to US-Latino action thriller The Social Contract written by award-winning writer Carlito Rodriguez (Flavor Unit Entertainments, The Tony Story) and starring Dominican Republic actress Katherine Castro, set to start production at several locations across Los Angeles this month.
Produced by Integrated Arts & Media and co-starring Patricia Rae (The Big Wedding), Hector Hank (The Iceman) and Lex Zellner (The River) with stunt coordinator and actor David C. Hernandez (Last Stand of the 300), The Social Contract, is a fast paced action thriller following A Woman’s (Katherine Castro) dark and violent past until it hastily catches up to her forcing her to choose between her own salvation and keeping her family alive. Full of twists and turns by the films intertwined complex characters, The Social Contract has been designed, by Rodriguez, to keep the audience alert and questioning, not just The Woman’s motives, but all others involved.
Other confirmed cast members include; David Portorreal (Prisoner 614) and child actor Alexander James (Mansion of Blood), the youngest cast member at six years old.
Filming for The Social Contract begins mid-August at various Hollywood hot spot locations.
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