'The biggest secret in the world, how long can you keep it?' is the question asked in the new trailer of Greg Marcks' action thriller 'Echelon Conspiracy'.
Greg Marcks' action thriller "Echelon Conspiracy" has just got itself a full-length trailer. Teasing more of the film's plot as well as the actions than the previously released teaser, the trailer opens with surveillance footage of a woman standing in a subway platform. The footage then moves on suggesting that the woman is about to get hit by a fast moving train.
Following an explanation that every phone call, text message and even e-mail is being monitored, recorded and analyzed, the trailer continues to show that young engineer named Max Peterson received a state of the art cellular phone which can't be tracked down. Unaware that the phone is used for dangerous purposes, he follows the instruction sent to the phone via text message and soon finds himself fighting for his life.
Coming from Greg Marcks, the director of 2003 indie film "11:14", "Echelon Conspiracy" was formerly titled "The Gift". This action thriller stars Shane West as Max Peterson. West is supported by Edward Burns, Ving Rhames, Martin Sheen and others. Having been screened at Idyllwild Arts Academy on December 5, 2008 to the film department students and faculty, the film is set to be released in limited U.S. theaters on February 27, 2009.
"Echelon Conspiracy" Trailer: