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Updated from Leo Tolstoy's classic folk tale, "How Much Land Does a Man Need?," "Devil's Run" pits a desperate young businessman against two land schemers who offer him the investment of a... See more »

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gabrielle Boni ...
Office Worker
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Silas
Josef Geiger ...
Donny
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Brad Paxton
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Julie (as Amy Rasimas)
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Ellen
Sophie Korn ...
Office worker
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Storyteller
Rebecca Zoe Leigh ...
Office Worker (as Rebecca Leigh)
Chris Mastro ...
Ben
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Evelyn
Jillian Mitchell ...
Office Worker
Alec Schley ...
Office Worker
Nat Segaloff ...
Hatchett
Caleb Thorne ...
Spencer

Directed by

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Callard Harris
Nat Segaloff

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Nat Segaloff ... (adaptation)

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Callard Harris ... co-producer
Nat Segaloff ... co-producer

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Peter Erskine ... (music written and performed by)
David Majka ... ("The Hand")

Cinematography by

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Jonathan Fambrough
Raul Gasteazoro
Tyler Gillett
Giovanni Messner

Film Editing by

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John Greenewald Jr.
Callard Harris

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Plot Summary

Updated from Leo Tolstoy's classic folk tale, "How Much Land Does a Man Need?," "Devil's Run" pits a desperate young businessman against two land schemers who offer him the investment of a lifetime, only it's his life and soul that hang in the balance. Written by Nataloff

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Taglines A desperate men races the sun for his very soul See more »
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  • Devil's Run (United States)
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  • 21 min
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Did You Know?

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Crazy Credits "Special Equipment by MacCalver" refers to Callard Harris's facility for building the homemade tracking, gliding, and jib devices that give the film its expensive look. "MacCalver" is a combination of "Callard" and "MacGyver." See more »

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