Scenes for a feature film called “CurveBall” were shot in a Tucker residence over the weekend.
The movie, produced by Supremacy Films, is about an inner city high schooler who grows up without a father and is taught how to play baseball by a childhood friend. As he becomes one of the most sought-after baseball player in Georgia, the same friend introduces him to drugs.
“We get to see the rise and fall of this kid, and how important it is to have a father figure, or how important it is to have parental guidance,” said producer Errol Sadler.
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