[08/27/18 - 12:36 PM] Video: New Crime Thriller, "Dead Lucky," Starring Rachel Griffiths, Premieres September 20 on Sundance Now "Dead Lucky" is a gripping, four-episode thriller told from multiple perspectives.
[via press release from SundanceTV]
NEW CRIME THRILLER, "DEAD LUCKY," STARRING RACHEL GRIFFITHS ("SIX FEET UNDER"), PREMIERES SEPTEMBER 20 ON SUNDANCE NOW
The new crime thriller, "Dead Lucky," premieres on Sundance Now (AMC Networks' direct-to-consumer, premium SVOD service) starting September 20.
Starring Rachel Griffiths ("Six Feet Under"), Yoson An (Grace, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny, and the upcoming live action Mulan) and Mojean Aria (2017 Recipient of The Heath Ledger Scholarship), "Dead Lucky" is a gripping, four-episode thriller told from multiple perspectives. All episodes will be available to stream on the service at once.
Detective Grace Gibbs (Griffiths) is obsessed with catching the armed robber who killed her junior officer. Charlie Fung (An), her new trainee, blames Grace for the death of his best friend. Meanwhile a share house of international students think that they have found paradise, until one of their housemates disappears. A couple of greedy convenience store owners resort to deadly measures to defend their business, while on the outskirts of the city, a violent fugitive is hiding. Over one week, the paths of these characters collide, with devastating consequences.
"Dead Lucky" is created and written by Subtext Pictures' Ellie Beaumont and Drew Proffitt for SBS with major production investment from Screen Australia in association with Create NSW.
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