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Blackline: The Beirut Contract

A screenshot of the film's title logo
Directed by Christian Johnston
Produced by Kirk Hassig
Nabil Issa
Christian Johnston
Written by Christian Johnston
Starring Max Ryan
Grant Masters
Lewis Alsamari
Camellia Rahbary
Nik Goldman
Distributed by Big Deal Pictures
Release date(s) 2009
Country  United States
Language English

Blackline: The Beirut Contract is an upcoming American, low-budget feature film and the first film in the Blackline International Trilogy, a series inspired by controversies surrounding mercenary companies such as Blackwater Worldwide and their recent involvements in the Iraq War.[1] This film has been written and directed by Christian Johnston, who was involved in the making of September Tapes in 2004. The film is a co-production between Big Deal Pictures and Signature Productions, in which the latter is owned by Lebanese-born Nabil Issa, whom convinced his crew to set-up stage and film on-location in Lebanon, despite the recent conflicts at the time.

This film was originally reported to be in post-production, and was supposed to be released in 2008, and later 2009. IMDb now reports that the film is still in-production phase, and is due to be released in 2010 instead. The reasons for the delay are unknown.

The plot of this film revolves around three mercenary soldiers hired by a new private military company - Blackline International - for a high-dollar contract to rescue a man held hostage in Beirut.

References

  1. ^ Bartyzel, Monika. "'Blackline' Brings More Iraq to the Big Screen". Cinematical. http://www.cinematical.com/2007/11/12/blackline-brings-more-iraq-to-the-big-screen/. Retrieved 2009-04-23.  

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