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The Immigrants (2005)

A pair of time travelers visit 1947 from the future to change history and prevent a disastrous world regime from taking power.

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Kyle Farris ...
William Sina
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Jasper Cuthbert
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Soda Jerk
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Mia Sina
Jim Tucker ...
Harold Brandstetter
Richard Varga ...
Jonathan Ryder
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In the late 21st Century, the United States has been transformed into an oppressive, totalitarian regime bent on the total submission of its citizens who, out of desperation, continually search for new and clever ways of escaping their plight and to seek a better place in which to live out their lives. It is a dark time of mind control and genetically engineered telepathics. The most innovative means by which the dissidents have found to escape, is through a portal in time, traveling to a chosen era when/where freedom actually meant something to its leaders. With the help of the Resistance movement, the "immigrants" secretly slip out of their home-time and settle in different parts of American history in order to live out their lives peacefully. The government becomes alerted to their operation and sends the secret police, the "Peacekeepers" to intercept and annihilate them. Our story begins when a mother and her young son enter a pharmacy in 1947 New York to fill a prescription. ... Written by Glenn Thomas

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29 April 2005 (USA)  »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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