A patrolman races opposite a time to solve a murder? Seen it a million times. A patrolman travels behind in time and wakes adult in a physique of a male who’ll be murdered in 3 days… unless he can figure out who’s plotting a crime? That’s something new, and is accurately a kind of stupidity we can get behind.
According to Deadline, a film—Victim 321—will enclose during slightest one cop-movie cliché (emphasis ours):
A cloyed Chicago carnage detective who wakes adult in a physique of an ex-con 3 days before his murder. He has 72 hours to uncover a swindling behind a victim’s death, or he’ll accommodate his possess demise.
He’s jaded, is he? Well, during slightest he’s not a hotshot rookie.
That said—in further to carrying that bonkers-sounding plot, pleasantness of screenwriter Michael McGrale (The Following; CSI: Miami)—Victim 321 has a outrageous advantage in executive Diego Velasco. It’ll be a initial English-language underline for a Venezuela-born, US-raised filmmaker, who done 2010’s The Zero Hour, a highest-grossing Venezuelan film ever. It’s a badass crime thriller set in Caracas that resembles a Denzel Washington sanatorium play John Q, solely with exponentially some-more motorbikes, tattoos, and gun battles.