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4 July 1999 (USA) See more »
In the twinkling of an eye...
In the twinkling of an eye, a mass disappearance has occurred. Moments after the turmoil and confusion... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Julie Link ... Woman in Yard (as Julia Link)
Mike Wilson ... Mr. Fulton

David A.R. White ... Adam Riley (as David White)

Kevin Downes ... Charles Baker
Greg Davis ... Young Man

Brad Heller ... Jacob Krause

D. David Morin ... Special Agent Thomas (as David Morin)
Brian C. Bennetts ... Agent #1 (as Brian Bennetts)

Amanda Llewellyn ... Mrs. Fulton
Kevin Indio Copeland ... John

John Gilbert ... Peter McCollum (as John Rawling)
Manney Beldaire ... Dr. Claire Holt

Gregg Binkley ... Dr. Jason Hersch (as Gregg Alex)
Paul R. Jones ... Dr. Edward Wilkins
David Darus ... Census Boy
Dominique D'Amato ... Census Girl
Patrick G. Ingram ... Census Man (as Patrick Ingram)
Julie Ingram ... Census Woman

Angela Francis ... Marsha Lopez
Judith Peterson ... Peggy
Marianne Faucher ... Martha
Mel Faucher ... Don

Joanne Busch ... Psych. Nurse

Angela Robinson-Witherspoon ... Catherine Harris (as Angela Robinson)

Troy Winbush ... George Harris
Dewayne Coleman ... Troy
Dree Coleman ... Tanya
Ana Gatchell ... Nurse
Julie Socash ... Doctor
Erin Johnson ... Rebecca Baker
Ray Hornblower ... Bureaucrat
Lucy O'Bryan ... Administrator
Don Parker Decker ... President of the United States
Larry Holmes ... Pawn Shop Man
Jessica McWilliams ... Young Girl

David Kallaway ... Soldier #1
Calvin Scott ... Soldier #2
Geoff Ludlow ... Soldier #3
David Zovac ... Soldier #4
Monte Rex Perlin ... Lt. Fredricks (as Monte Perlin)
Rodney Wright ... Officer #1
Dan Wells ... Officer #2
Adam Sbraiga ... Clerk
Lory Bennetts ... Man at Gas Pump

Wes Llewellyn ... Guard
Jeff Peterson
Jeremy Thomas
Tyrell Harris
Dan Moore (as Daniel Moore)
Tim McFadden

Directed by
Wes Llewellyn 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Kevin Downes  writer
Amanda Llewellyn  writer
Wes Llewellyn  writer

Produced by
Lory Bennetts .... associate producer
Bobby Downes .... co-producer
Kevin Downes .... producer
Brad Heller .... producer
Amanda Llewellyn .... associate producer
Wes Llewellyn .... producer
David A.R. White .... producer (as David White)
Original Music by
Marc Fantini 
Cinematography by
Philip Hurn 
Film Editing by
Wes Llewellyn 
Makeup Department
Amanda Llewellyn .... hair stylist
Amanda Llewellyn .... makeup artist
Alex Proctor .... additional makeup artist
Production Management
Kevin Downes .... production manager
D. Gunther Tarampi .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Carlos Rodriguez .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Hayden Clement .... supervising sound editor
Sean Flood .... sound editor
Willie Franco .... production sound (as William Franco)
Ana Gatchell .... boom operator
Erick Jolley .... adr engineer
Michael Lyle .... foley artist
Steve Weiss .... production sound
Camera and Electrical Department
John Ames .... electrician
John Ames .... grip
Michelle Baker .... second assistant camera
Ron Baldwin .... Steadicam operator
Robert L. Benavides .... electrician
Robert L. Benavides .... grip
Eric S. Boland .... gaffer (as Eric Boland)
Ohio Dave Darus .... electrician
Ohio Dave Darus .... grip
Brian Davis .... first assistant camera
Greg Davis .... best boy
Ana Gatchell .... still photographer
Jeffrey M. Hoffman .... camera operator (as Jeff Hoffman)
Marshall Nord .... videographer
Lucy O'Bryan .... still photographer
Drew Olsen .... key dolly grip
Dennis Wong .... electrician
Dennis Wong .... grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jo Ella Cox .... wardrobe
Transportation Department
Kitty West .... additional transportation
Other crew
Lory Bennetts .... location assistant
Nancy Bennetts .... caterer
Paul Bright .... consultant: biblical and eschatology
Burgess Crim .... script supervisor
Bill Downes .... caterer
Bobby Downes .... production assistant
Catherine Downes .... craft service
Layne Downes .... production assistant
Tina Downes .... caterer
Erin Johnson .... production assistant
Julie Link .... production coordinator
Chad Luck .... coordinator: military Jeep
Hugo Mendez .... caterer
Larry O'Brien .... caterer
Robert Lyon Rasner .... adr artist
Christine Rossetti .... production assistant
Dave Van Gronigen .... coordinator: military Jeep
Dan Wells .... technical advisor: military
Ruben Madera .... special thanks

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God Is Dead As Is This Movie, 24 February 2014
Author: Theo Robertson from Isle Of Bute, Scotland

In a moment of time hundreds of thousands of people across America disappear in a flash . Scientists are baffled by this phenomenon but Christians believe the rapture has happened . Two FBI agents Baker and Riley try and make sense of the mass disappearance . Weeks after the event the increasing repressive American state is becoming more interested in a Rabbi who is now seen as a fugitive

There's the bare bones of a good film in here somewhere . A flash and hundreds of thousands of Americans have ceased to exist . This calls for an investigation led by Mulder and Scully which would make a mighty fine episode of THE X FILES . Unfortunately any naughty thoughts about Dana Scully will have to be curtailed as will any type of critical thinking because this is a Christian movie . I don't mean it has a Christian subtext I mean it literally has Christian explanation for the events shown which sinks the film . Nigel Kneale used a very similar borrowing from the rapture in his 1979 QUATERMASS story but while that was about science versus faith with science winning in the end here faith wins out because ... well because .

It'd be very easy to stick the boot in to THE MOMENT AFTER such as a character pulling out a bible and claiming " Everything in it is true " true that is except for God creating the Earth in seven days and the talking snake and Adam and Eve and everything else . Seeing as the hunted fugitive Jacob is a former Rabbi I'm a bit confused why he keeps referring to Christianity in such a knowledgeable manner since he's so recently converted . Yes Christianity is an off shoot of the Judiac religion as is Islam but that doesn't mean Jews view Jesus in the same way Christians do . They see Jesus as a mere prophet rather than the Son of God . I also wondered why Jacob needed to point out off camera and say " See this fir trees . They can't survive without God's love " .No they can't survive without photosynthesis . Try getting your nose out of the Bible or Talmud and read a book on basic plant biology Jacob

Oh dearie me I starting to get a bit grumpy something I didn't mean to do but this sums up everything wrong about Christian films that leave no room at the Inn for either agnostics or atheists or even Deists . Nearly every scene revolves around the very real concept of God's existence which is a great pity because some of the ideas put forward are rather intriguing such as the American government putting micro-chips in people and the rise of an oppressive militia which would have somethingof an appeal to a mainstream secular audience . As it stands THE MOMENT AFTER only exists to spread the word to the converted

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