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One amazing piece of work from such a talented crew and cast. UNITED is such a strong story that really does unite the whole world for a positive cause.
Taron Lexton is an Eagle Scout, a graduate of the Los Angeles Film School. Lexton traveled to 35 different countries circumnavigating the globe. "UNITED," features cameo performances by Isaac Hayes, Jenna Elfman, Erika Christensen, Catherine Bell, and Lynsey Bartilson.
Lexton, founder of TXL Films, previously wrote and directed "Jake's Box" and "Room 27," winner of the LAFS Film Festival Audience Award, and currently circulating film festivals.
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