In Diary of a Spy, Anna 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 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.
That latest from the celebrated indie writer/director Adam Christian Clark, DIARY OF A SPY is a uniquely intimate and gripping romantic spy thriller inspired by true — but confidential — events. Starring Tamara Taylor (Bones, October Faction) as Anna, the disgraced spy, and Reece Noi (Game of Thrones) as Camden, her reclusive mark. Fred Melamed (A Serious Man) also stars while the celebrated cast is rounded out by Madeline Zima (Californication, Twin Peaks), Susan Sullivan (Dharma & Greg, Castle), and Jon Lindstrom (True Detective, General Hospital) and introduces Paulina Leija in her feature film debut.
The film is produced by David Grove Churchill Viste (The Wind, The Old Ways) and Jordan Michaud-Scorza (Newly Single) and co-produced by Christa Boarini (Cam, Into The Dark) and Kyle Porter. Executive produced by Greg Gilreath, Adam Hendricks, and Zac Locke for Divide/Conquer and by Elan Gale, Molly C. Quinn, and Matthew M. Welty for QWGmire.
Adam Christian Clark’s narrative work is challenging, offbeat, and critically acclaimed.
Caroline and Jackie, Clark’s first feature film, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and Newly Single, his second feature film, was supported by the Sundance Institute and honored by being only the third American movie to ever screen in the main competition of the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF).
Out Digitally July 14th 2022 in North America.