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In the last days before Armaggeddon, three men must made one eternal choice: receive the mark of the devil or stand for Christ. This movie will make you think about your own life choices. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Stephen Baldwin ... Luke

David A.R. White ... Brody Sutton (as David White)

Kevin Downes ... Jerry Willis

Jeffrey Dean Morgan ... Tom Newman

Eric Roberts ... Dallas

Amy Moon ... Jeseca

Troy Winbush ... Lewis
Coleman Luck ... Charles

Sung Hi Lee ... Beautiful Woman

Declan Joyce ... Joe

John Gilbert ... Commander

Brad Heller ... Preston Scott

Tiny Ron ... Eddie

Elena Lyons ... Rahab
Monte Rex Perlin ... Foley (as Monte Perlin)

Cosimo Michael Occhipinti ... Elijah (as Cosimo Michael)

Andrea Logan White ... Prison Guard #1 (as Logan White)
Dan Wells ... Prison Guard Captain
Noel Gonzales ... Prison Guard
Ken McCoy ... Prison Guard
Kimberly Stepan ... Prison Guard
Alicia Wells ... Prison Guard
Christina Beecher ... Prisoner
Derek Wells ... Prisoner
Joseph Vidal ... Prisoner
Scott Rummell ... The Leader
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
D.T. Carney
Marc Davies ... Prisoner
Marc Elmer ... CPF Guard
Chipper Lowell ... Implant Tech
Robert J. Thissen ... Prisoner

Jeffrey Lee Hollis ... Bearded Marked Man / Prison P.A. Announcer (uncredited)

Mike Norris ... Mutant (uncredited)
Willy Ortlieb ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Stacey Scheller ... Bad Guy #1 (uncredited)
'Butch' Vart Varteresian ... Prisoner in guillotine (uncredited)

Directed by
Kevin Downes 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Kevin Downes 
Chipper Lowell  (as Chip Lowell)
David A.R. White  (as David White)

Produced by
Paul Crouch Jr. .... associate producer
Bobby Downes .... producer
Kevin Downes .... producer
Terry Hickey .... associate producer
Jeffrey Lee Hollis .... co-producer
Declan Joyce .... associate producer
Chipper Lowell .... associate producer
Coleman Luck III .... co-producer
Geoff Ludlow .... co-producer
Cosimo Michael Occhipinti .... producer
D. Gunther Tarampi .... associate producer
Dan Wells .... associate producer
Marta Wells .... associate producer
David A.R. White .... producer (as David White)
Original Music by
Marc Fantini 
Steffan Fantini 
Cinematography by
Philip Hurn 
Film Editing by
Jeffrey Lee Hollis 
Production Design by
Laird Pulver 
Art Direction by
Niko Vilaivongs 
Makeup Department
Teal Druda .... key hair stylist
Teal Druda .... key makeup artist
Production Management
D. Gunther Tarampi .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chris Flores .... second second assistant director
Cary Glieberman .... first assistant director
Alvin Mount .... first assistant director (as Alvin Durand Mount)
Harold Uhl .... second assistant director
Joseph Vidal .... second assistant director
Jonathan Wright .... first assistant director
Art Department
Stevo Brock .... property master
Monique Cavin .... set dresser
Tom Flint .... set construction
David Flores .... set dresser
Kenneth Gaither .... set constructor (as Ken Gaither)
Christopher Goettsche .... lead scenic artist
Frank Nick Occhipinti .... swing
Sound Department
Patrick O. Bird .... sound re-recording mixer
Patrick O. Bird .... supervising sound editor
John Frost .... sound re-recording mixer
John Frost .... supervising sound editor
Elijah Hagler .... adr editor
Elijah Hagler .... dialog editor
Elijah Hagler .... foley designer
Elijah Hagler .... sound designer
Michael Phillips Keeley .... adr editor (as Michael Keeley)
Michael Phillips Keeley .... dialog editor (as Michael Keeley)
Michael Phillips Keeley .... foley designer (as Michael Keeley)
Michael Phillips Keeley .... sound designer (as Michael Keeley)
Jonathan Norton .... boom operator
Neil Spritz .... sound mixer (as Neal Spritz)
Jack Wheatley .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Danny Copen .... special effects
Monty Cox .... stunts
William De Vital .... stunts (as William Devital)
Monte Rex Perlin .... stunt coordinator (as Monte Perlin)
Monte Rex Perlin .... stunts (as Monte Perlin)
Camera and Electrical Department
Eric S. Boland .... gaffer (as Eric Boland)
Brian Christie .... dolly grip
Angelo Figlio .... best boy grip
Eric Forand .... electrician
Owen Foye .... best boy grip
Erik Gonzales .... electrician
Thomas Hurn .... grip
Justin Jeung .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Serdar Kalsin .... first assistant camera
Denisse Kindl .... second assistant camera
Mark Koonce .... jib operator
Steven A. Lundgren .... additional dolly grip
Steven A. Lundgren .... dolly grip (as Stefan Lundgren)
Erik Messerschmidt .... dolly grip
Daniel Miller .... grip
Terry Mitchell .... key grip
Chris Nicsinger .... grip
Jimmie R. Owens .... grip
Jimmy Owens .... on-set grip (as Jimmie Owens)
Han Parker .... camera loader
Noah Peter .... grip
Brian Pratt .... Steadicam operator
Brian Pratt .... camera operator
David Sammons .... camera operator: "b" camera
Noah Shane .... grip
Kara Stephens .... camera operator: "b" camera
James S. Trois .... grip (as James Trois)
Joseph Vidal .... still photographer
Robert Christopher Webb .... best boy electric (as Rob Webb)
Editorial Department
Randy Coonfield .... color timer
J.R. Post .... negative cutter
Location Management
Layne Downes .... location manager
Music Department
Steffan Fantini .... score producer
Other crew
Beau Booker .... weapons wrangler
Babette Canton .... production assistant
Christiane Covington .... script supervisor
Daniel Cox .... title designer: main titles
Stephen Daniels .... production assistant
Annette Doucet .... additional crew
Nichole Duffield .... production assistant
Tone-Lill Byremo Hansen .... production assistant
Anja Johnson .... assistant to producers
Marcie Thiessen .... production assistant
Robert J. Thissen .... additional crew
Travis Watkins .... production assistant

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[first lines]
Brody Sutton:I still remember. Saturday morning cartoons, must-see-tv, news, fair and balanced. I also remember the first two Gulf wars, the second great depression, school shootings, and the music. It's the music I miss the most. There was freedom then. Freedom to do terrible things, but freedom all the same.
Beautiful Woman:You will find that such primitive emotions and ideas as jealously, rage, sexual possessiveness, and monogamy have been eliminated. Your new implant has made you part of a collective whole known as the Community. In the Community you are truly free to move among partners, male or female, as you choose. Your pleasure will be your guide.
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21 out of 34 people found the following review useful.
An inventive and not so heavy-handed Christian film., 10 May 2004
Author: Warpbudd from Orlando

I saw this at the 2004 Greater Orlando Christian Film Festival. Most Christian movies have a well-earned reputation of being terrible on just about every level from acting to directing to writing to production. They look like your average church youth group with a dv camera ran out and shot a movie. As such I was braced for more of the same but Six (not sure why it is named that) actually is a cut above normal Christian films. The writing, while not always the smartest, definitely keeps you guessing what will happen next. I had some issues with things that didn't make a lot of sense, such as why in a prison where they are executing prisoners if they don't convert to the antichrist, they are allowing the inmates to have Bible studies and write Bible verses all over the walls. It seems contradictory at best. Also the backstory is given short shrift as to how or why the Leader came to power. There is some mentioning of purges and that's about it. Other issues have to do with things that happen for no apparent reason. Like there is a character that recalls how he got saved. So we see him driving his car along a road mocking a large group of people that are walking for some inexplicable reason to some unexplained or unrevealed destination, and then he gets yanked out of the car and beat up. This scene has no context. Just because it is a flashback does not mean that within the flashback, context is optional. So that's the bad, or what I can remember of it. Now for the good. Six has some of the best acting that I have seen in a Christian film, notably on the part of Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Tom Newman. He delivers his lines in a nice deadpan way and never goes over the top. Stephen Baldwin(!) has a great turn as the prophetic Luke. Baldwin puts that menacingly creepy little whisper delivery that he used in The Usual Suspects to great effect here with his moments opposite Morgan. Writing, directing, and starring is Kevin Downes as Jerry the hacker. Downes does an admirable job and in all of these roles but is best at his ability to hold back the film from spiraling out of control into the realms of the ludicrous with his even direction. While it has a solid Christian thriller vibe, it doesn't ram the "you're going to hell" message down your throat. It's more complex than that and expects its audience to think critically. While not a big screen level of quality (this is to be excused because it isn't being made with a massive budget), the movie is definitely the equal of your normal made-for-tv fare. Firmly anchored if not always rock steady, Six is a film that you can watch and not be embarrassed with if you are a Christian. 3.5 stars of 5.

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