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Here we are, it went from idea to a bunch of words on a piece of paper, from there it went into a device known as a computer, typed up in Final Draft as a script with dialogue, the idea had now become a script and now we needed cast and crew. After the missing pieces to the puzzle were found, everything blended beautiful, we prepared for the worst circumstances, knowing we could make the best out of it. A few months later we now have that script in a different format. Film. A DVD. To everyone who helped make this possible, thank you. Makin' It Happen Productions PRPL Productions Metro - Marcel Pictures keep posted for the release date- thanks - Parallel Cut

Cast & Crew

Cody Leach (Assistant Director, Script Supervisor), EDDIE DELEON (Producer, Collaborator), EDGAR METRO (Director, Executive Producer), Erica Marcel Sardarian (Producer)

Dale Pulliam (Co-Writer), EDGAR METRO (Writer, Story By), Tracey Thomson (Co-Writer)

Adrineh Boyadjian (Supporting Actor), BRANDI MACLAREN (Lead Actor), Bill Steele (Supporting Actor), DEBRA HOPKINS (Supporting Actor), JULIE STERN (Supporting Actor), Johnny Liqour (Supporting Actor), Koko Zadikian (Supporting Actor), Kora Lee (Supporting Actor), Robert Beckman (Lead Actor), STEVE TAYLOR (Supporting Actor), Shahrooz Crony (Supporting Actor)

Darren Gozumian (Boom Operator), EDGAR METRO (Cinematographer/DP, Sound Mixer)
Art Department

Angela Markman (Makeup Artist, Makeup Effects, Body Makeup, Hairstylist, Costumer), Cody Leach (Set Director)

EDGAR METRO (Stunt Coordinator), Hakop Sardarian (Stunt Coordinator)
Post Production

EDGAR METRO (Picture Editor, Sound Editor, Digital Effects)

RC Cates (Original Music/Composer)


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1/21/2008 5:09 PM
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7/6/2007 7:13 PM
you guys have the goods. great job. there's no such thing as a positive "loose end," ever.



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Date: 6/26/07
Art: Filmmaking