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Entity: Nine (2006)

Brilliant robotics engineer Alex Wayland has perfected android technology. When he refuses to continue working under his corrupt superior, Wayland discovers that he is now marked for ... See full summary »

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Brad Kean

Writer:

Brad Kean
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Cast

Credited cast:
Ben Hernandez Bray ... Guard #1 (as Ben Bray)
Karma Franklin Karma Franklin ... Voice of the Computer
Matthew Glave ... Alex Wayland
Jerry Kernion ... Guard #2
Jyoti Mittal Jyoti Mittal ... Wendy
Scott Nankivel ... Lab Technician
Larry Poindexter ... Bowman
James Runcorn ... Limo Driver
Keri Safran ... Sarah Wayland
Michael Shamus Wiles ... Senator William Jameson
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Brilliant robotics engineer Alex Wayland has perfected android technology. When he refuses to continue working under his corrupt superior, Wayland discovers that he is now marked for replacement. Stalked by an android bearing his exact likeness, Wayland must stop the corporation at all costs. In a world where anyone can be replaced at a moments notice, where do you turn? Who can you trust? Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 March 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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The beginning of good things yet to come
21 April 2006 | by fruitpunch76See all my reviews

Brad Kean created an action packed short film that ranks high with many films of today. The special effects in this film are high quality. Those that were computer generated are very realistic looking.

The actors chosen for the project did a remarkable job portraying the plot, and the emotion of the characters. My hopes is that this short could be the beginning of something bigger, as it leaves room for making a full-length film with the background of how the robots came to be, and the transition of them being intended for good, but now used for evil.

We will definitely be seeing more of Brad Kean in film. Great start!


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