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Population: 2 -- Set against the backdrop of a post-Apocalypse Earth, Population 2 is about a relationship that ends in tragedy forcing a woman to struggle in the aftermath.

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Gil Luna (screenplay)
Jonathan Stark (original idea)
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When Everything's Gone, Your Memories Are All You Have.
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Set against the backdrop of a post-Apocalypse Earth, Population 2 is about a relationship that ends in tragedy forcing a woman to struggle in the aftermath. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Suzanne Tufan ... Lilith
Jon Ashley Hall ... Simon Prime
Shelly Lipkin ... Vincent Velo

Sibyl ... Kennedy

Jacqueline Gault ... Doctor Bannon
Meredith Adelaide ... Face of Pandora (as Meredith Williams)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bonnie Auguston ... Ashley Prime
Brenan Dwyer ... Jenna Prime

June Eisler ... Gabrielle Anderson
Olivia Klinetobe ... Young Lilith

Mariessa Portelance ... Sara Hartley
Barrie Wild ... W.K. Bradbury

Directed by
Gil Luna 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Gil Luna  screenplay
Jonathan Stark  original idea

Produced by
Jon Ashley Hall .... associate producer
Abby Iversen .... associate producer
Gil Luna .... executive producer
Gil Luna .... producer
Timothy Schneider .... associate producer
Jonathan Stark .... co-executive producer
 
Original Music by
Edouard Brenneisen 
 
Cinematography by
Kenneth Luba (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Gil Luna 
 
Casting by
Gil Luna 
 
Art Direction by
Janet Beeson 
 
Makeup Department
Kim Donohue .... key makeup artist
 
Art Department
Janet Beeson .... props
 
Sound Department
Jason Lennart Anderson .... sound recordist
Kyle Aaron Briggs .... sound effects editor (as Kyle Briggs)
Russ Gorsline .... sound re-recording mixer
Tara Krick .... supervising sound editor
Brian Mazzola .... sound recordist
Brent Rogers .... sound recordist
 
Visual Effects by
Martin Melnick .... vfx compositor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Galvin Collins .... second assistant camera
Dan Hoxey .... gaffer
Eric Macey .... key grip stand in
Levy Moroshan .... set photographer
 
Other crew
Jasmine Horn .... production assistant
Jonathan Stark .... story editor
Micaela Works .... production coordinator
 

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12 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
A decent enough story ruined by the cast., 11 May 2013
Author: deion-williams from United Kingdom

I was looking forward to watching this movie. I'm a die hard dystopian/apocalyptic fan, whether that be movies or books, and love a sole survivor style situation; so this should have fit the bill perfectly for me.

Now the plot line and the cinematography is good. Most scenes are fairly well shot and the story - although it flits from scene to scene and back and forth between the present and past - is easy enough to follow and blends in quite nicely. Some of the darker apocalyptic scenes are shot very well and show Lilith (Suzanne Tufan) struggling to survive and walking through the apocalyptic wasteland, and bedding down in her basement at night.

Suzanne Tufan plays a decent role whilst also narrating many of the scenes well too. But there are one or two that let the whole game down. Well, mainly one, and that's her on-screen husband. It's been a long time since I've wanted to put my fist inside of the TV and punch someone just for the role they play. And I don't mean because of the person he portrays, but because of the way he acted it out. It's like watching Joey from friends when he acts as Dr. Drake Ramoray in 'Days of our Lives'. Just awful.

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