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Ekho: Fall of an Empire (2004)

"After an unexpected terrorist attack rocks the Nalon Republic, intergalactic war seems certain. Thirteen months later, in the midst of patriotism, political corruption and social unrest, two strangers paths collide."

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(as James McCullough Jr.)

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(contributing writer), (as James McCullough Jr.) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Jim McCullough ... Blake Quinn (as James McCullough Jr.)
Amanda Morten ... Avery Narus
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Lounge Singer
Brian Boye ... Extra - bar
Paul W. Burmaster ... Interrogator
Duane Cunningham ... Fenris
Rebecca Dempsey ... Leader of Gerkann
Monica Espinosa ... Extra - bar
Sonny Gaitan ... Sy (as Adam Gaitan)
Joanie Hulse ... Connie
Sanford Kelley ... Odin Jensen
Shannon Knopke ... Media 1 Reporter
Jonathan Laurans ... Bigh Narus
Dave Lawson ... Burk
Chris Manley ... Emerson Henna
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"After an unexpected terrorist attack rocks the Nalon Republic, intergalactic war seems certain. Thirteen months later, in the midst of patriotism, political corruption and social unrest, two strangers paths collide."

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pencil | morten | empire | break | See All (4) »

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Sci-Fi

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25 June 2004 (USA)  »

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Budget:

$800 (estimated)

Gross USA:

$1,000, 24 June 2004
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Ambitious in spite of budgetary constraints
31 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

This was a very ambitious project. While the acting is not pro, and some of the effects are wobbly, the passion poured into this project is strong. There are obvious influences from Star Wars, Gattaca, Bladerunner, and The Fifth Element.

If this director continues to make more films in this universe, I can see some renewed interest in the Science Fiction genre.

Also worth mentioning is the musical score. The industrial sound is very aggressive, and fits the mood of the film very well. There are some interesting noises in the atmosphere.

McCullough seems to have a painterly eye for visuals. Some of the shots are amazing.


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