Principal photography is underway in Australia on writer-director Michael Petroni’s sophomore thriller Backtrack, starring King Kong‘s Adrien Brody and Jurassic Park and In the Mouth of Madness‘ Sam Neill, reports Screendaily.
“The film follows a psychologist whose life is thrown into chaos when he discovers his patients are all ghosts of people who died in an accident 20 years prior.”
The cast is rounded out by local actors Bruce Spence, Robin McLeavy, Jenni Baird and Anna Lise Phillips.
Shooting commenced in Sydney on Jan 6 and is scheduled to wrap in mid-Feb. Filming will take place in Sydney as well as the Central West region of New South Wales.
Jamie Hilton (The Waiting City, Sleeping Beauty) is producing for See Pictures alongside Antonia Barnard (The Painted Veil, The Quiet American) and Petroni.
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