'Homeland,' 'Castle' Stars Join Psychological Thriller 'Reparation'
Writer-director Kyle Ham's film focuses on a farmer visited by a man who claims to be his old friend from the military.
Homeland's Marc Menchaca and Castle's Jon Huertas will star in the psychological thriller Reparation from writer-director Kyle Ham.
The film, which was funded by Kickstarter donations, centers on an Indiana farmer (Menchaca) with a three-year gap in his memory who is visited by a man (Huertas) claiming to have been his best friend in the Air Force Security Police.
Menchaca played Lauder Wakefield in Homeland's first and second seasons, the crippled former Marine who investigates Nicholas Brody's (Damian Lewis) role in the death of a fellow prisoner of war. He has also appeared in Inside Amy Schumer and the HBO miniseries Generation Kill. Huertas stars on Castle as detective Javier Esposito, Rick Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Kate Beckett's (Stana Katic) frequent collaborator, and he appeared with Menchaca in Generation Kill.
The film raised $66,055 on Kickstarter, and principal photography began in June.
Ham is producing alongside Matthew Lessall and co-writer Steve Timm. His other credits include associate producing the Freddie Prinze Jr. romantic comedies She's All That and Boys And Girls and producing episodes of Discovery's reality series Gold Rush: Alaska.
Huertas is repped by Innovative and manager Sherry Marsh. Menchaca is repped by CESD and TMT Entertainment Group.