Grace and Peace:
Starting the week of August 2, I will be looking to cast women, between the ages of 25 to 40, from New Jersey, for a "Supporting Role and Extras", to my upcoming film, "Brick City Boys"! The movie is a "Edgy, Street,Yet Uplifting Film", about Suave, a Devout Christian, who after a 7 Year Bid in Jail, decides to live his "Life for Christ" and leave the street life behind. By also doing this, he approaches his two younger siblings, 'E Born and Low Down", to follow his lead and to help create a "Record Label", with his youngest brother as the "Opening Artist". There's just one problem: The Kingpin, that they once "Hustled For", doesn't want his "Star Players to Leave his Team"! Suave, find himself making the ultimate choice; "Does He Protect His Brothers, in the Same Manner that Landed him in Jail in the First Place or Does He Keep His Promise to God and Allow the Creator to Fight his Battle"? If this "Movie", sound like something you would like to be a part of, Please Contact Me at: 201-715-0358. Filming will begin and end all throughout the month of September and will be in your local "West Coast Video and Blockbusters", no later than Spring of 2010. Please," Help Me Bring My Story to Life and Represent New Jersey to the Fullest"! Thank You and God Bless!
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