In a dystopian future where pain and emotion have been suppressed by a government-issued drug called Torpase, Joshua Barrett (Tommy Martin) coasts through the monotony of his repetitive, ... See full summary »

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Adam Bailey

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Kenneth Stevenson (as Kenny Stevenson), Allison Flood | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Tommy Martin ... Joshua Barrett
Amy Hunt Amy Hunt ... Becca Reynolds
Richard Hackel ... Father Albert Camus
Louie Lawless ... The Mayor
Kyle Dal Santo ... Corey Sarte
Terry Sasaki Terry Sasaki ... Dr. Beroff
Christopher Hunt ... Ivan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ethel Anita Ethel Anita ... Factory Worker
Appel. Anna Appel. Anna ... Paser Patron
Kyle Armstrong Kyle Armstrong ... Neighborhood Paser
Bennett Arnold Bennett Arnold ... Paser Infant
Adam Bailey Adam Bailey ... Construction Worker
Tony Bartele ... Randy Aiken
Andrew James Bennett ... Neighborhood Paser / Resistance Camp Springer (as Andrew Bennett)
Jim Bennett Jim Bennett ... Factory Worker
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In a dystopian future where pain and emotion have been suppressed by a government-issued drug called Torpase, Joshua Barrett (Tommy Martin) coasts through the monotony of his repetitive, workaday life. But when he's kidnapped by a rebellious priest (Richard Hackel), Joshua is exposed to a world beyond Torpase, changing everything he thought he knew about what it means to live. Also starring Louie Lawless, Amy Hunt, and Kyle Dal Santo, "Cheery Point" examines the necessity of pain and despair and "covers a wide range of possibilities that this country, as a whole, could face" (IMDb review). Written by Anonymous

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No Pain, No Suffering, No Anything See more »

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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Predictive Programming?
5 January 2020 | by momatomic7See all my reviews

This movie of 2013, is eerily predictive of some of today's real life headlines about the zombie apocalypse, real threat of things like forced vaccines challenges our right to control our own bodies, our own minds. Ai to learn everything about you so it can think for you. The primal fear of being controlled in every aspect if your life and the disregard of the basic need for joy make this movie a dystopian nightmare that has enough elements of possibility to induce some long lasting hypervigilence.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 March 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

New World OrdeRx See more »

Filming Locations:

Louisville, Kentucky, USA See more »

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$30,000 (estimated)
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Dolby SR

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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