Black Salt (Original Short Film)

By Ratti Entertainment

Black Salt is an action film project based on the critically acclaimed comic book franchise. The story is an epic thriller merging the world of modern- day espionage and political intrigue with the ancient world of martial arts. Ratti Entertainment, LLC has just finished the eight-year development phase of the feature film/TV series and is preparing to enter pre- production. Fight Tyme Agency & Fight Tyme Films has engaged in an Agency-Client relationship with Ratti Entertainment, LLC for the marketing, promotions, distribution, and expansion on the Black Salt Franchise.

The franchise includes, but is not limited to, the following: Black Salt collectible items, all with integrated branding opportunities: Apparel Line, Comic Books, Trading Cards, Toys, Animated Series, Video Games, Soundtrack/Music Tour, TV series and Feature Film Trilogy.

An Interpol agent leads a team of Special Forces on a raid to post-Soviet era Moldova where they clash with an unidentified Asian group and recover a mysterious device known only as THE EXTERMINATUS. Intelligence chatter indicates this bomb is the Holy Grail of terrorism, a biological WMD carrying a retro-virus capable of something no disease in history is capable of…genetically discriminating between ethnic groups and wiping them out. Even worse, the bomb is ticking with no way to safely stop it. It will detonate in four days. Intelligence sources say the creators simply call themselves THE MAKERS.

 

 

WEBSITE: www.blacksaltfilm.com
GENRE: Action / Thriller / Espionage / Martial Arts
RATING: PG-13 to capture a wider target market.
TAGLINE: To stop a ruthless enemy, one man will face his forbidden past.

LOGLINE: An Interpol officer uncovers a plot by an ancient secret society to unleash a weapon that can wipe out any ethnic group off the face of the Earth.

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