A filmmaker sent me this synopsis for an indie thriller called The Harvest Project, which recently completed production in Vancouver, B.C. It sounds interesting, and apparently premiered in Canada back in December and is now available on DVD here in the U.S.
Here’s what he had to say about the movie.
What if in order to save the life of someone you loved, someone else has to make the ultimate sacrifice?
Harvest Project Films Inc. of Vancouver, B.C. announces it has completed production on feature film The Harvest Project, a psychological thriller set in the world of the black market human organ trade.
The Harvest Project asks the question: What would you do to save the life of someone you love? By the end of the movie it is apparent that the answer might not be so clear. This is a story about the consequences of desperate actions, of blind greed, and of startling sacrifice.
Shot locally in Vancouver with an ensemble cast of talented, up and coming Vancouver actors including Nigel Vonas, Sebastien de Castell, Syrie Wongkaew, Krystal Vrba, Sebastian Gacki, Willis Taylor, and Raquel Riskin, tell this story of desperation, greed, and sacrfice, prompting those willing to answer to see if they could go to such sinister lengths.
Written and directed by Darren Rozak, The Harvest Project will leave audiences torn looking for answers to the dubious morality questions posed by this movie.
Below is a trailer for The Harvest Project.
Find out more about the film at its official website www.theharvestprojectmovie.com.