In production since May 24 in Montreal, Luc Dionne's film, Le projet Omertà, will wrap up on production on July 18. Moreover, the film will be released in Quebec in summer 2012.
The film, which is based on a TV series showrunned by Luc Dionne himself, will be centred on the character of Pierre Gauthier (Michel Côté), an federal agent who's specialized on organized crime.
He's now the head of Pulsar International, a high-level private security agency. One day, he's called by Gilbert Tanguay (Michel Dumont), his former boss, to investigate on a conspiracy. Tanguay also recruits Sophie (Rachelle Lefevre), a former agent of the Canadian secret service, so that she infiltrates the Montrealer underworld.
Sophie has to earn the trust of Steve Cohen (Stéphane Rousseau) and Steve Bélanger (Patrick Huard), two known associates of the Italian mafia of Montreal. Cohen and Bélanger wants to steal the gold supply of all the major North American banks.
The film also stars René Angélil, Paolo Noël, Mélissa Désormeaux-Poulin, Maxime Denommée Alan Fawcett and Andreas Aspergis.
Moreover, the film was shot with a $7 M budget.