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Young Simon confronts an intruder trying on costumes in his family's clothing warehouse/home. This unwanted visitor is the king of a magical cult. Simon sees that the king is searching for... See more »

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Jame's Father
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Mayor
Aundre Caraway ...
Mr. Oak
Lawrence Hervey ...
Bob
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Angry Crowd Member
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Policeman Sanders
Dave McIlreath ...
Judge
Kristen M. Mozaffari ...
Gwen
Angelique Restivo ...
Celia
Anthony Restivo ...
Simon
Nathan Stipes ...
Cultist
Summer Tonsfeldt ...
Crowd Member

Directed by

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Maria Restivo

Written by

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Maria Restivo ... (writer)

Produced by

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Michael Gee ... producer

Music by

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Nedy John Cross

Cinematography by

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Jonathan Michael Mahoney ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Nathan Chiaravalle

Production Design by

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Cole Daroff

Art Direction by

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Cole Daroff

Costume Design by

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Liana Hubbard

Makeup Department

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Liana Hubbard ... makeup artist / special makeup effects artist
Nathan Stipes ... special makeup effects artist

Production Management

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Sesh Evans ... Assistant Director

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Sesh Evans ... first assistant director
Doug Kennedy ... second assistant director
Kevin R. Phipps ... additional first assistant director

Sound Department

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Cory Kaseman ... sound mixer
Eric Richardson ... boom operator
Lance Robinson ... sound recordist
Joseph 'Sloe' Slawinski ... sound designer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Richard Anderson ... additional dolly grip / additional key grip / second assistant camera: RED unit
J.J. Bukowski ... electrician
Jon Carson ... first assistant camera: Panasonic unit
Richard Crayton Fietz ... first assistant camera: Panasonic unit
Morgan Evans ... camera intern
Troy Felder ... additional keygrip
Hugh Foy ... electrician
Josh Gill ... chief lighting technician
Braverijah Gregg ... dolly grip / key grip
Nick Hayes ... additional gaffer
Greg Houston ... first assistant camera: Red unit
Ashley Hubbard ... second assistant camera
Derek Justesen ... additional electrician / grip
Jake Koenig ... additional best boy electric
Matt Kyhn ... additional grip
Justin Lesch ... additional dolly grip / best boy grip
Jonathan Michael Mahoney ... camera operator
Colleen Marshall ... second assistant camera
Cortney McLeod ... second assistant camera
Sarah E. McMillan ... electrician (as Sarah McMillan)
Luke Munoz ... grip
Clayton Porter ... electrician
Xaun Santer ... electrician
Aubrey Wehofer ... grip

Music Department

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Nedy John Cross ... composer: theme music / piano solo / vocals
Ute Ehrenberg ... co-music producer / vocals
Michael Mason ... executive music producer / music editor
Carter Perry ... music advisor

Other crew

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Steve Chavosky ... key production assistant

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Plot Summary

Young Simon confronts an intruder trying on costumes in his family's clothing warehouse/home. This unwanted visitor is the king of a magical cult. Simon sees that the king is searching for his true identity and no longer sees him as evil. Simon is gentle and understanding. The king is vulnerable and human but Simon knows it is too late to help him. Unfortunately, the king and his magical cult have destroyed too many people's lives to be redeemed. They have done something far worse than simply taking over the city; they have taken away the people's will to live. What will happen now that the two worlds have collided? What will the king do to Simon? The innocence of youth that Simon represents confronts the murky confusion of the king's self-entrapment. In the Fable, the journey of each character's self-discovery is uniquely interwoven. In order to understand ourselves we must first understand each other.

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Also Known As
  • Fable (United States)
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  • 90 min
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