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    Posted February 21, 2014 by
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    “Last Rights The Series” questions faith, morality, tolerance, and common sense

     

    http://www.listfree.org/98580-last-rights-the-series-released-on-jts-tv.html

     

    Simba Entertainment and 3000 Mile Productionsare proud to announce the release of “Last Rights The Series” exclusive web series, a supernatural drama starring Jet Jurgensmeyer, and Lily Rains, and directed by Jason Dallas.

     

    Jet Jurgensmeyer can also been seen in the upcoming films “Devil’s Knot” starring Reese Whitherspoonand Colin Firth, and Universal Studio’s “The Little Rascals Save The Day.”Jet is a series regular on Nick Jr.’s animated series “Bubble Guppies.”

     

    “Last Rights The Series”is a supernatural drama that explores the struggle of those who have accepted a deal from a boy named Concord (Jet Jurgensmeyer), allowing access to Nirvana, where all worldly troubles disappear. In exchange, those who accept the deal must give him all of their possessions and stay in his house for one week. In the house are four caretakers who test each participant to see if they will make it to Nirvana or if they end up in the graveyard behind the house.

     

    “Last Rights The Series” also questions faith, morality, tolerance, and common sense; these are the tests of the caretakers. Since the release of the trailer on youtube.com it has received more than 50,000 views. This is all before it had even been released!

     

    “Last Rights The Series” is also available as a feature film on Amazon Instant Video.

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