ges-sa.com | "What would you do if you just got the promotion of a life time, but what if that promotion might cost you your moral values? This is the story of Steve Butler and how he found his moral compass still works.
The movie is Hollywood’s look at Fracking. This film to me plays off more as an documentary on what lengths big Natural gas company’s would go to get land for fracking. The locations is typical farmland and nothing very spectacular about it. The soundtrack is done by Danny Elfman, best know for his work on the 1989 Cult classic Tim Burton’s Batman, Army of Darkness and a bunch of other award wining movies. Fun fact: the movie was partly financed by a Media group owned by the United Arab Emirates…A major player in the oil field."