Barry Levinson (Rain Man, Good Morning Vietnam) is now
in post-production for
new film “The Bay” which shows “the aftermath of a
viral outbreak on the Eastern Seaboard”.
Hmmm… doesn't seem too far-fetched from the pollution that our friends and real-life heroes at Heal the Bay fight against.
photo via bitgravity.com
When two biological researchers from France
find a staggering level of toxicity in the
water, they attempt to alert the mayor, but he
refuses to create a panic in the docile town. "The Bay" is culled from a collection of camera phone accounts, 911 calls and other mediums and tells of a viral outbreak on the eastern seaboard. Much of the focus is thrown on the small town of Claridge,
Maryland where chaos ensues. (read
Check out the synopsis from
|The quaint seaside town of Chesapeake Bay thrives on water it is the lifeblood of the community. When two biological researchers from France find a staggering level of toxicity in the water, they attempt to alert the mayor, but he refuses to create a panic in the docile town. As a result, a deadly plague is unleashed, turning the people of Chesapeake Bay into hosts for a mutant breed of parasites that take control of their minds, and eventually their bodies. A brutal and harrowing creature feature for the 21st century, THE BAY chronicles the descent of a small town into absolute terror.