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Heroes make there own destiny.
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Randy Redroad's 'debut' is astounding. See more (9 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

James Duval ... Hunter

Kevin Anderson ... Hank
Andrew J. Ferchland ... Young Hunter
Jeri Arredondo ... Maggie

Judy Herrera ... Geri (as Jade Herrera)

Gordon Tootoosis ... Marvin
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Nathaniel Arcand ... Junior
Orvel Baldridge ... Oliver

Gil Birmingham ... Manny
Norman Brown ... Bear
Kody Dayish ... Young Cheekie

Robert A. Guthrie ... Cheekie (as Robert C. Anthony)
Lusheia Lenaburg ... Kristy
Raven Letterman ... Tattoo Artist (as 'Raven' Letterman)

Jim Metzler ... Dr. Moore
Gayle Piester ... Mrs. Jensen

Alex Rice ... Bird
James Smith Jr. ... Tommy Deer in Water
Kyle White ... Young Junior

Directed by
Randy Redroad 
 
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Randy Redroad 

Produced by
Chris Eyre .... producer
Jennifer Newell-Easton .... executive producer
Randy Redroad .... co-producer
Anthony Vozza .... producer
 
Original Music by
Adam Dorn  (as Adam Dorn aka Mocean Worker)
 
Cinematography by
László Kadar 
 
Film Editing by
Matthew Booth 
 
Casting by
Rene Haynes 
 
Production Design by
Debbie DeVilla 
 
Art Direction by
Laura Ballinger 
 
Costume Design by
Erin Lenk 
Patia Prouty 
 
Production Management
Nancy Hirami .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Eugene Mazzola .... first assistant director
Saveria T. Mazzola .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Matthew Cavaliero .... property master
Nick Stanton .... assistant property master
 
Sound Department
Karma Barber .... foley artist
Robby Bartholomew .... sound re-recording mixer
Sean Keegan .... dialogue editor
Todd Morrissey .... sound recordist
Clancy T. Troutman .... supervising sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Jackson Burns .... special effects coordinator (as Jackson Earl Burns)
 
Stunts
Ray Saniger .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Brian Boyll .... grip
Lucas Calhoun .... camera loader (as Luc Calhoun)
D.R. Curtis .... set lighting technician
Casey Ellison .... chief lighting technician
Daniel H. Goldstein .... best boy electric
Larry Gus .... still photographer
Jerry Hill .... Steadicam operator
Kyle T. MacDowell .... dolly grip
Ely Mennin .... electrician
 
Music Department
Alex Battles .... music consultant: Signature Sound Inc.
Chris Guastelle .... music consultant: Signature Sound
Micha Liberman .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Ian Brewer .... driver: cast
John Proctor .... transportation coordinator
Jack Jay Reece .... driver (as Jay Reece)
 
Other crew
Jim Gerwig .... caterer
Kara Mazzola .... production accountant
Paula Price .... adr voice
Juan Pablo Reinoso .... production assistant
Michael Stirling .... assistant accountant
Ron Van Voorhis .... set medic
Steven Wood .... production assistant
 

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10 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Randy Redroad's 'debut' is astounding., 9 July 2004
Author: silverbullets from United States

Randy Redroad's 'debut' is astounding. The story is subtle but incredibly strong and emotionally-charged. It's about the struggles of self-identity, father-son relationships, reconciliation, and healing. There is no melodrama or cliché in this film-- it's entirely refreshing. The dialogue is terrific-- often hilarious, never trite. James Duval totally possesses his character and draws you into Hunter's story-- his performance is really beautiful. Anyone at all who's mixed-blood in some way can strongly relate to this story, but I think its detailed uniqueness actually reaches that point of being universally accessible. I don't think anyone can see this film without relating with Hunter or caring immensely what happens. This is one of those 'must-see/must-have' films for anyone who values good stories.

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