Fifteen years have passed since the “Battle of Bangor,” the brutal assault on a small Maine city that set off the shattering of Northern New England during The Breaking. Since then, David and Sam have lead a ragged group of refugees and set up home at an abandoned airforce based dubbed “The Refuge.” And far south, John Prophet has continued his battle for freedom.
But John Prophet’s luck has about run out. Even as he attempts one more daring action, enemy soldiers crowd down around him. He is forced to make a difficult decision in a train station. And then, he sets his feet northward, and comes crashing in like a lightning storm to the bucolic life David and Sam have forged in The Refuge.
Maria and Luke have grown up knowing only the austerity of The Refuge. What will they make of this mysterious stranger and the storm of danger that surrounds him?
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Written/Directed/Produced by Fred Greenhalgh
- Kate Gurney – Maria
- Philip Hobby- Luke
- Paul Drinan – John Prophet
- Kym Dakin – Sam
- Chris Newcomb – David
- Burke Brimmer – Chris
- Pope Brock – Jonas
- Gary Dixon – Carl
- Andrew Sawyer – Chad
- Dylan Chestnutt – Zeke
- James Herrera – Abraham
- Richard Mac – Richard
- Brent Askari – Saul
Nat Angstrom, PG Lorusso, Matthew Boudreau, Gary Hauger, Nate Speckman, and Erik Moody
- Field Sound – Randall Farr
- Production Assistance – David Turner and Samantha Mason
- Sound Design – Matthew Boudreau (of Aural Stage Studios)
- Original Score – Hubert Campbell
- Additional Sound – Mind’s Eye Productions
Recorded on location at the North Dam Mill in Biddeford Maine and other locations in Southern Maine in the fall of 2011.
Jennifer Stonehouse, Black Kettle Farm, Carolyn Gosselin, Doug Sanford, the City of Biddeford, Tammy Ackerman and engine: propelling the creative economy, Amy Titcomb, Bill Dufris, Coffee by Design, WMPG, RODE Microphones, and the ZOOM Corporation.