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Rotation Redux (2011)

Four interlinked stories explore the human condition.

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General Bragg
Matthew Hunter ...
Soldier / Capt. McNiven
Steve Sullivan ...
Clerk
Myeva Surjik ...
Doctor Krieger
Tony Wells ...
Tony Vornado
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Rotation Redux begins with "Last Call", starring Matthew Hunter as the sole survivor of a nuclear holocaust, whose only companion is a series of ringing telephones, where the finality of his isolation lands him in a stone walled prison where his cellmate, Steve Sullivan, is like himself, a man without memory of why he is there or what he has done. They are "Prisoners". "Downsizing" stars Tony Wells as a businessman who loses everything. And after three encounters with divergent entities, realizes he can only redeem himself by giving the greatest gift. Also co-starring Pamela Wells as 'Constance'. A gift also is the catalyst of the climax episode, "The Interrogation", where an alien craft is recovered in the New Mexico desert in 1947. Mark Hengst and Myeva Surjik head a team that discovers from the sole surviving alien, that in return for helping him restore his craft, Mankind will have a choice of two gifts: Everlasting peace or unlimited power. Written by Terrence McGreal

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Four tales of the wonderous and bizarre in the Twilight Zone tradition

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Sci-Fi

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9 October 2011 (USA)  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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Mark Hengst, starring as General Bragg in the segment "The Interrogation", also had a starring role in Lionsgate Films' "Haunted Forest". See more »

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