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Los Angeles, the landing place of the asteroid that would deny earth her final turn. Where do we go from here?


Asif Akbar


Bryant Johnson (story), Asif Akbar (story) | 1 more credit »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bryant Johnson Bryant Johnson ... Robert / Peter Ansberger
Asif Akbar ... Hasan
Sara Solomon Johnson ... Olivia Candell (as Sara Solomon)
Tony Dias Tony Dias ... Dr. Myron Rozario
Lara Lotus Lara Lotus ... Lara
Bill Solomon Bill Solomon ... Alexander Candell
Shafiq Sadaquee Shafiq Sadaquee ... Don Felin
Christina Licciardi ... Julie
Ryan Meekins Ryan Meekins ... Ron
Matthew Heininger Matthew Heininger ... Harlow
Salma Rosey ... Sima
Brian Alan Dors Brian Alan Dors ... Nolan
Melvin Acuino Melvin Acuino ... York
Su Rudy Su Rudy ... Briana
Chris Lee Chris Lee ... Yi


When the whole world is thrown from it's axis on October 22, 2010, the remaining humans must move underground, in the government built Axis Station's all over the United States, to survive the shift. Among the survivors, Hasan, going as the alias 'Ethan', begins to learn more about the people he had worked for in the past from another survivor, Peter Ansberger, a cop with too much on his plate is in search of answers to life's most meaningful questions, including, 'What are humans?' and 'Where do we go from here?' While his twin brother, Robert, takes the night shift at the Space Exploration And Research Facility, working under Myron Rozario and for Nasa, but he begins to get suspicious when a trace of asteroids leak into their network, causing him to rush towards the target, Los Angeles, CA. The landing place of the asteroid that would deny earth her final turn. Where do we go from here? Written by Bryant Johnson

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Action | Drama | Sci-Fi




USA | Bangladesh


English | Bengali

Release Date:

24 July 2010 (USA) See more »

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Dhaka, Bangladesh See more »

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Keeps you at the edge of your seat!
6 January 2011 | by leahsadallahSee all my reviews

The concept of this film was pretty interesting. I enjoyed not being able to predict the ending; it did not fail to keep me at the edge of my seat. I was very fond of the shooting style used for this piece. I noticed that there rarely was a static shot; almost every shot in this movie had some sort of movement and that kept things exciting and never allowed for a dull moment. The art direction was phenomenal and could not have been achieved without the beautiful locations they were able to use. The editing style was very different, but that is what I liked about it. It kept the pace of the film up. I was quite impressed by the performance by the actors as well. Overall I highly recommend this film for those who enjoy Sci-Fi Suspense films.

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