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The Unrest (2012)

The Unrest tells the horror story of true events that occurred in Native American boarding schools and the dark attempts is sometimes took to look the other way.

Director:

Mark D. Williams

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Cast

Credited cast:
Jeff Anderson Jeff Anderson ... James Francis
Miraca Bray Miraca Bray ... Mary Francis
Laurie Cummings ... Evil Teacher #1
Teresa Davis Teresa Davis ... Norma Francis (as Teresa Leach)
Dalton Graham Dalton Graham ... Roy Bryant
David L. Hanson David L. Hanson ... Principal Harvey Wallace
LaTasha Hartley LaTasha Hartley ... Katherine Gray
Rebecka Lyman Rebecka Lyman ... Madison Gray
Kristi Reise Kristi Reise ... Evil Teacher #2
Debbi Tucker ... Ms. Turner
Kelley Wyskiel Kelley Wyskiel ... Real Estate Lady
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Storyline

Madison Gray and her mother, Katherine Gray, move into the town of Stone Creek to get away from an old life of heartache and bad memories in hopes to start fresh. What they didn't expect was a town with a dark past that no one in the community talks about yet would do anything to keep outsiders from knowing. It all started when Madison began seeing dead Native American kids roaming around her home and in her nightmares. With the help of a brave boy from the school, she discovers the town's terrible history and the involvement her home had in it. Will her and her mother make it out alive or will they become just another hidden secret of the town? Written by Mark D. Williams

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A town's dark past is about to repeat itself.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

October 2012 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Holdenville, Oklahoma, USA See more »

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Budget:

$5,000 (estimated)
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Native Boy Productions See more »
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Color
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Trivia

The scene with the fire alarm going off in the school was a real fire alarm. While filming the scene, the alarms went off. Instead of waiting to find someone to turn it off, the director chose to use it to intensify the moment and kept it in the movie. See more »

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