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Infinite: Mark Wahlberg

Infinite is Paramount's first production released directly on their platform, the photography and action scenes that we see on screen are spectacular.

This new Wahlber film offers us epic chases in luxury cars, we can see many explosion scenes that show a great display of digital effects, a good recommendation for action lovers deals with the subject of reincarnation and collective human wisdom. shows us a man with problems who struggles to survive.

Filming began in September 2019, a part of the scenes were shot in Mexico City, with Julio Toledo's participation with extras casting with extras and with 400 P.A. (production assistants) in the action scenes and car races, as well as support with road closures for filming.

The filming starring Mark Wahlber moved to Guanajuato where it was filmed in the streets and alleys of Guanajuato in 2019. About 600 Mexicans were hired who were part of the film's staff, originally made up of 70 people from different nationalities.

The story builds thought-provoking concepts as Wahlberg faces his visions, which makes this film attractive. It delves into the concept of reincarnation through spectacular visuals and nuanced characters who must use memories and past life skills to secure the future. Memories haunt him, like nightmares. Until he discovers that his hallucinations are not really what they seem. In reality, they are visions of other lives, memories of your past lives. He meets a group of people who are like him, almost immortal beings known as "The Infinite" who have been reincarnated over the centuries. Evan will try to join their ranks.

Based on the book The Reincarnationist Papers, by D. Eric Maikranz, it is directed by Antoine Fuqua, with a story by Todd Stein, a screenplay by Ian Shorr and produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Mark Vahradian, Mark Huffam, John Zaozirny, Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson. Executive Producers are Antoine Fuqua, Rafi Crohn, Brian Oliver, Bradley J. Fischer, and Valerii An.