Dawn is a dim glow on the horizon of the Refuge when savage cries echo from the horizon. Moments later, the chalky rain-starved land turns into an inferno that David and his motley survivors must stop at all costs. Further down the river, Prophet collapses into a heap and Luke runs off looking for help. As Prophet flits in and out of consciousness, he pushes Maria to make a decision that will change the path of everything to come.
In the Republic, the fanfare of C-Day is over and Lucian, ever the loyal worker, heads back down for another day at the slag pits… But something’s not right. Saul plays a dangerous game, charming the Republic’s High Council and eeking secrets from the young boy Zeke.
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Written/Directed/Produced by Fred Greenhalgh
- Kate Gurney as Maria
- Philip Hobby as Luke
- Paul Drinan as John Prophet
- Chris Newcomb as David
- Burke Brimmer as Chris
- Pope Brock as Jonas
- Gary Dixon as Carl and Foreman
- Reggie Hodges as Lucian
- Gary Hauger as Don and Councilor 2
- Brent Askari as Saul
- Richard Mac as Richard
- William Dufris as Councilor 1
- Dylan Chestnutt as Zeke
- Nate Speckman as Republic 1
- Additional voices by Andrew Sawyer, Erik Moody, PG Lorusso and Nat Angstrom
- Field sound: Randall Farr
- Production assistance: David Turner and Samantha Mason
- Sound design by Matthew Boudreau
- Original score by Hubert Campbell
- Additional sound by Mind’s Eye Productions
This production was recorded on location at the North Dam Mill in Biddeford Maine and other locations in Southern Maine
Special thanks to:
Jennifer Stonehouse, Black Kettle Farm, Carolyn Gosselin, Doug Sanford, the City of Biddeford, Tammy Ackerman, Amy Titcomb, Bill Dufris, Coffee by Design, WMPG, RODE Microphones, the ZOOM Corporation