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Sacrifice (2005)

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Credited cast:
Suzan Brittan ... Sonia
Emily Lucas Emily Lucas ... Hannah
James Runcorn ... Brody
Bruno Verdoni ... Nigel
Rick Jarrett Rick Jarrett ... Jericho
Wandah Kay Wandah Kay ... Tribal Leader
Antoinette Saldana Antoinette Saldana ... Isabella
Kevin Michael Walsh ... Rabid Infected
Kristin Condon ... Protesting Unclean (as Kristin D'Andrea)
Michael Bravo Michael Bravo ... Doctor
Chine Ikwuakor Chine Ikwuakor ... Guard
Uzi Ikwuakor Uzi Ikwuakor ... Guard
Karma Franklin Karma Franklin ... Voice of the Intercom
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Tony Amara Tony Amara ... Soldier
Cass Asher ... Soldier
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Will compassion mark a new beginning or the ultimate end?


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10 February 2005 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Who doesn't love a Post-Apocalyptic Vampire Musical?
10 June 2005 | by jonathmpSee all my reviews

Go ahead, laugh all you want at the genre description. The truth of the matter is Wostenberg's tale of bleak optimism and waning hope is played completely straight; there's no winking at the camera to be seen here. And what's all the more odd is the film never once becomes laughable in spite of the outrageous premise. For within the backdrop of a crumbling society buckling under the weight of a violent contagion and its own obsession with sanitation, the story of a mother who struggles to save a young girl from the same fate as her own doomed child is highly affecting and engaging. All across the board, the production values of this USC short genuinely outshine those of recent big budget sci-fi fare like Chronicles of Riddick. For you gore hounds out there, you've got a very healthy fix of vampiric feasting and swordplay on display here. And the songs, especially "When Salvation Comes," will stick with you long after the credits have rolled. If you need a one-sentence blurb, I can't put it any simpler: student films don't get any more ambitious or compelling than this!


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