Diary of a Spy | Adam Christian Clark Talks About The True Events [Interview]

Tamara Taylor as “Anna” in Diary of a Spy | Courtesy of XYZ Films

Filmmaker Adam Christian Clark explores a new filmmaking style in Diary of a Spy


The Synopsis 

Anna (Tamara Taylor, “Bones”) is a washed-up intelligence officer whose last mission left seven people dead. Drunk, broke, and alone she is given the chance for one last mission: to seduce and recruit (Reece Noi, “Games of Thrones”) a valuable asset connected to the Saudi Royal Family. As she gets closer and closer to her target, Anna finds she is in over her head and she must decide between accomplishing her mission or finding a way to save herself.

Tamara Taylor as “Anna” and Reece Noi as “Camden” in Diary of a Spy

While Adam Christian Clark attended University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts he worked on the CBS’s series Big Brother. Later on he worked on television, music videos and commercials under Quentin Tarantino’s production company A Band Apart Film. Clark moved to directing China’s first reality television series. A couple of years later he made his own films, Caroline and Jackie and Newly Single.

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Reece Noi as “Camden and Tamara Taylor as “Anna” in Diary of a Spy | Courtesy of XYZ Films

I was connected with Adam Christian Clark to talk about the making of Diary of a Spy.  Clark spoke about exploring a new genre and a different kind of ending. He also shared being proud to have filmed his three films in the city of Los Angeles. In addition to where the true events came from that inspired him to write this story and more! 

Diary of a Spy is available in VOD in North America July 14, 2022

Source: LRMExclusive, XYZ Films

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