The Judas Kiss 

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A writer, an actor and the actor's wife are immersed in a love triangle, set against the backdrop of McCarthy era "blacklisting"; the actor's testimony sends the writer to prison, during ... See full summary »

Director:

Alexander Emmert

Writers:

Alexander Emmert (screenplay), Christine Emmert (short play)

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Updated: 17 November 2017
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Alicia Fusting ... Adele Channing
Allison Kessler ... Felicity
Kirkryan McFarland ... Callum
Osa Wallander ... Irene Kerr
Alexander Emmert ... Franz Kerr
Susan Jacobson Susan Jacobson ... HUAC Witness #1
Robert Reed Murphy ... Dean Keswick
Robert Blumenfeld Robert Blumenfeld ... Solomon Weisz
Don Downie Don Downie ... Brad Storey
Jonathan Lane Jonathan Lane ... Representative Tavenner
Ivy Subler ... Sara
Natalie Anne Pagano Natalie Anne Pagano ... Mother
Angela Yannaris Angela Yannaris ... Party Guest #3
John D'Alonzo John D'Alonzo ... Sam
Brooke Delaney Brooke Delaney ... Marian Storey
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A writer, an actor and the actor's wife are immersed in a love triangle, set against the backdrop of McCarthy era "blacklisting"; the actor's testimony sends the writer to prison, during which time he writes a play about betrayal, producing it upon his release with the actor starring in the lead role. Written by Anonymous

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Redemption is Born of Betrayal...

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USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Mont Clare, Pennsylvania, USA See more »

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Invictus Films See more »
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Alexander Emmert viewed numerous films and television shows from the 1950s, and to emulate the common body type of that era dropped 28 pounds/13 kilograms from 200lbs/91kgs to 172lbs/78kgs. See more »

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