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An injured forest ranger on a routine mission is saved by two off-the-grid survivalists. What is initially a welcome rescue grows more suspicious as the son and his renegade father reveal a cultish devotion to the forest.

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Monique Rockman ...
Gabi
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Barend
Alex van Dyk ...
Stefan
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Winston

Directed by

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Jaco Bouwer

Written by

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Tertius Kapp ... ()

Produced by

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Jaco Bouwer ... producer
Jan du Plessis ... executive producer
Louis du Preez ... line producer
Wikus du Toit ... supervising producer
Tertius Kapp ... producer
Nkateko Mabaso ... executive producer
Karen Meiring ... executive producer
Yolisa Phahle ... executive producer
Allan Sperling ... executive producer
Jorrie van der Walt ... producer
Nicola van Niekerk ... executive producer
Kaye Ann Williams ... executive producer

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Pierre-Henri Wicomb

Cinematography by

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Jorrie van der Walt

Film Editing by

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Leon Visser

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Wilhelm Conradie ... on-line editor / post-production coordinator
Semoné Eagleton ... second assistant editor
John Marshall ... language quality control
Johan Verwey ... subtitles
Leon Visser ... colorist / on-line editor

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Rocco Pool

Costume Design by

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Mariechen Vosloo

Makeup Department

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Hanri Du Plessis ... make-up & hair standby
Jess Manning ... make-up & hair assistant (as Jessica Manning)
Sulani Saayman ... makeup department head
Kim Taylor ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Denver Swartz ... production assistant

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Luan Kleingeld ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Karli Heine ... art buyer & costume standby
Janno Pienaar ... set dresser
Carly Sam ... props
Lize Snyman ... props

Sound Department

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Keagan Higgins ... boom operator
Leith Morkel ... sound recordist
Tim Pringle ... sound designer
Melani Robertson ... sound assistant

Special Effects by

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Clinton Smith ... prosthetics designer

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Jacques Bock ... visual effects producer
Craig Parker ... visual effects
Wim Van Der Merwe ... on-set visual effects supervisor / visual effects

Stunts

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Conway October ... stunt actor
Enrico Sam ... stunt actor
David Smith ... stunt actor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jermaine Davids ... gaffer / gaffer: Head of electrical department
Masixole Gubeni ... lighting assistant
Khulekane Ncwane ... spark
Nicholas Nofemele ... assistant camera
David Swart ... focus puller / still photographer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Roxy Lombard ... wardrobe assistant

Location Management

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Coenie Esterhuizen ... unit assistant
Zak Fouche ... location manager

Music Department

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Petrus de Beer ... musician: violin
Gilde Flores ... trailer composer
Marietjie Pauw ... flute samples
King Tri-Zi ... musician

Script and Continuity Department

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Marie van Wyk ... continuity / script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Erik Bright ... Festival Publicist
Zani Smuts ... production coordinator

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Plot Summary

On a surveillance mission in a primordial forest, a park ranger encounters two survivalists following a post-apocalyptic lifestyle. The boy and his philosophical father seem to have their own religion, and a mysterious relationship to nature. There are many suspicious aspects to their existence, but when the cabin is attacked by strange, post-human beings one night, she learns that there is a greater threat in this emergent wilderness. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Gaia: Grüne Hölle (Germany)
  • Последняя из нас (Russia)
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  • 96 min
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Trivia While filming inside Monkeyland, the crew found themselves with a stick protecting the camera cart, trying to fight off half a dozen vervet monkeys who took turns charging at the lens box. See more »

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