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Most High (2012)

| Short, Action, Fantasy
A mysterious warrior reveals his identity and transformation from demonic possession to demon hunter.

Director:

Reed Simonsen

Writer:

Kevin McCloskey
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Cast overview:
Robert Martin III ... Dikahyos (as Robert S. Martin III)
John Ronane John Ronane ... Halo
Elias Hunerdosse Elias Hunerdosse ... Huios
Christina Kurzius Christina Kurzius ... Mitera
Clark Rians Clark Rians ... Andreas
Melissa Nelson Melissa Nelson ... Helsa
Chris Adams-Wenger Chris Adams-Wenger ... Didymus
Victoria Kapanjie Victoria Kapanjie ... Miriam
Ben Lainhart Ben Lainhart ... Cephas
Nathan Wagner II Nathan Wagner II ... Pig Herder
Robert S. Martin IV Robert S. Martin IV ... Tydeus
Lillian Kamilla Martin Lillian Kamilla Martin ... Baby
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A mysterious warrior reveals his identity and transformation from demonic possession to demon hunter.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Nothing Real
Written by 'Sean Rennau' & 'Pat Donahoe'
Performed by 'CoMMoVe'
Courtesy of M3 records
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Remarkable performances and brilliant directing
3 April 2012 | by nannymo80See all my reviews

Set admit fabulous natural sets, this short is one to see. It is an artistic retelling of the Biblical exorcism of one Dikahyos who is possessed by a legion of demonic hosts. Robert Martin's portrayal of both possessed and redeemed is truly amazing and brilliantly directed. The shear physicality of his tortured soul is an amazing feat in a world where most things are computer- generated; his is pure directed acting. There is also a very impressive performance from a small baby and a cupid of a little boy. The natural, earthiness of the pig enclosure and the frightening arrival of the demon blend perfectly with the genre presented. A very impressive piece of cinema from an up-and-coming team of filmmakers. The mise-en-scene alone shows the careful craft by which the film was envisioned. In short, this short is Simply Brilliant.


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