EXCLUSIVE: Mena Suvari (american beauty, Six feet Under ground) will star alongside Steven Ogg, Christina Ricci and Samantha Win in The dresden sun, the next cyberpunk movie from writer-director Michael Ryan.
The indie watches as a heist heads south when Crilenger (Ogg) – a brilliant, principled mercenary with a traumatic past – works with an insider to steal a precious asset from Peredor Corporation called “the sphere.” The C & Earth company, vying for world domination, seeks to find a solution to an otherworldly technology through a scientist’s project. Meanwhile, a financial analyst, who despises his job at powerful investment firm Mutual One, finds himself caught between deadly rival firms, financial fraud and tech espionage, and is ultimately forced to flee a psychopathic military contractor. .
Neely Gurman is the cast of the film, with Michael Ryan and Tyler Lockamy producing through their Archetype Pictures banner.
Suvari is a SAG Award winner and BAFTA Award nominee who made her film debut in the cult classic from director Gregg Araki. Nowhere, finding decisive roles in Universal’s american pie franchise, and in the winner for Best Picture by Sam Mendes, american beauty. The actress will soon be seen in James Rowe’s thriller Dike, opposite Dermot Mulroney; at Sean McNamara Reagan, opposite Dennis Quaid; and in Kevin Lewis’ horror photo, Cursed. She has also appeared on the film’s side in titles including Losing, spun, Rumor has it…, Domino, Beauty salon and Factory Girl. His TV credits include american horror story, Chicago fire and Six feet Under ground.
Suvari is represented by Innovative Artists, Management Production Entertainment and Jackoway Austen Tyerman.