World Pictures Australia ‘Newton’s 3rd Law by Kannada speaking guy Stanley Joseph and Brian Caswell is a thinking person’s action movie. When a terrorist not a terrorist? When do the law and natural justice come into conflict? How do you choose between the few lives and the many? Are there people who are too evil to deserve the protection of the law?
Stanley Joseph staying in Australia for last 15 years in the media front prepared the script on this film two years and through Jagadish Soori came in touch with Dr Bharathi the practicing doctor since 35 years in Australia. It is a 2.5 million dollar venture for the doctor as she has liked the project. She is also in to film media with graduation in film direction, acting course.
‘Newton’s 3rd Law’ is an action film with real stunts. This is first film in English made in Australia. The Indian language films are shot in Australia but English film has not been made. We thought of ‘Karma’ for our subject but the pronunciation among foreigners would give different diction made Stanley Joseph to title the film like this.
The film is at the post production stage and making film music was the long time ambition of Stanley Joseph when was working with the Express group of publication as advertisement executive. He scored music for Abiruchi Chandru ‘Sundara Chitragalu’ and five pilot episodes were also prepared.
On his new film ‘Newton’s 3rd Law’ he intends to dub it to Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages. The film was shot in a record speed of 40 days after muhurut on 5th October last years.
The movie after post production will be taken to Los Angeles for distribution disclosed Stanley Joseph. The clippings of the movie were screened on this occasion.
It is time when action meets the ultimate reaction says the caption of this English movie.
Executive producers are Dr Sree Ranga Reddy and Dr Bharathi Reddy. Stanley Joseph has scored the music and directed the music besides joining hands with Brian Caswell for the script.
Shane Kavanagh is the editor, Robert Agganis is the cameraman. In the cast are Mark Buncan, Mike Duncan, Neal Horton, Johan Earl, Jeff Earl, Jeff Ganon, Richard Carwin, Sarah Coombe, Sarab Mawbey, Amanda Fox, Matt Todd and Shai Alexander.