A Desperate Man Turns To Human Trafficing In ‘Cargo’

May 14, 2019

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

Kelli Marchman McNeely - Horror Fuel CEO & Executive Producer Email: [email protected]

 

 

Kareem Mortimer’s award-winning thriller Cargo, starring Warren Brown (”Strike Back”) and Jimmy Jean Louis (”Heroes”), arrives in theaters this May from Artist Rights Distribution.

 

A fisherman transforms into a prolific human smuggler to pay his debts in “a must-see film,” inspired by true events.

 

“When his income as a fisherman proves woefully insufficient to cover his son’s school fees, Kevin turns to human smuggling in order to raise desperately needed funds. Kevin finds that he’s good at this dangerous yet profitable vocation—good enough to trust himself with smuggling his own girlfriend and her son to the US. But when faced with having to abandon refugees at sea far from Miami shores, Kevin is suddenly forced to reassess his responsibilities. Inspired by true events, Cargo examines the world’s refugee crisis from a very local perspective. The largest Bahamian film project to date, this latest feature from Kareem J. Mortimer is a thrilling, vital call for empathy in troubled times.”

 

Written and directed by Kareem Mortimer, the film also stars Gessica Geneus, Persia White (“The Vampire Diaries”), Omar J. Dorsey (Halloween), and Jamie Donnelly (Black Mass).

 

Cargo dives into theaters May 30th.

 

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