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New Stills From Plastic Show Drama On Miami Beach

Posted by monique On January - 18 - 2013 0 Comment

There’s something always going on in Miami and that includes filming movies. Right now, Julian Gilbey and Will Gilbey’s “Plastic,” starring Mem Ferda, Ed Speelers, Thomas Kretschmann, Malese Jow, Will Poulter, Terry Stone, Kate Magowan, Jordana DePaula, Robbie Gee, Emma Rigby, and Sebastian De Souza, is in production and below the post, you can see set pictures of Ferda, Speelers and Rigby. For more pictures, check out the Daily Mail.

If you’re curious about this film, the synopsis is about students who are faced with a tremendous task:

“The film follows the fortunes of the young group of students when they fall foul of sadistic
crime boss. They are given two weeks to raise 2 million pounds; otherwise, they must face the

Using a series of smart cons, the guys fly off to Miami and they target Florida’s big spenders and
their credit cards. But as greed and jealousy threaten the friends, they need one last heist before
their past catches up with them.”

The Gilbeys also act as the film’s writers, along with Sacha Bennett and Chris Howard.

“Plastic” will be released this year. If you want to know more about the film, make sure to go to Gateway Films’ website.

Those interested can find future updates on this project at Gateway Films, found here:

What do you think about the film? Give your opinions below!

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Photos: Pacific Coast News

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