Forrest Lucas discusses release of his first movie, ‘The Dog Lover’

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.-- Forrest Lucas stopped by the FOX59 red couch before the release of his first movie, "The Dog Lover." Forrest is executive producer of this film and five or six others set to be released nationwide this year.

"The Dog Lover" opened July 8 at select theaters. You can get it on demand. The DVD is available at Walmart.

"The Dog Lover" is a star-studded, suspenseful and provocative drama based on true events.

Sara Gold is a rising star at the United Animal Protection Agency (UAPA), a major animal rights organization that conducts animal rescues and lobbies for better animal welfare laws. Handpicked for a major assignment, Sara goes undercover as a college intern to infiltrate a suspected “puppy mill” run by the enigmatic Daniel Holloway.

Sarah soon ingratiates herself with Daniel and his family, and learns all about the world of dog breeding but is hard pressed to find any sign of animal abuse. The UAPA teams up with local law enforcement and raids the farm, accusing Daniel of the inhumane treatment of animals. Sara finds herself torn between doing her job and doing what’s right, and she awakens to the moral contradictions of her work with the UAPA.

For more on the movie and what's coming next check out his interview above.

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