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Goddess of Time (2013)

A modern day cop finds herself traveling between different times and different wars.


Gabe Rodriguez


Gabe Rodriguez




Cast overview:
Dina Cataldi ... Officer Orysia Rozhenko
Nate Steinwachs Nate Steinwachs ... Lt. Frank Rollins
Monica K. Ross ... Officer Mona Degrassi
Casey Bartolucci Casey Bartolucci ... Vidal
Kaki Hunt Kemp Kaki Hunt Kemp ... Fairuza
Denise S. Anderson Denise S. Anderson ... Nurse
Jack-Edward Jack-Edward ... Gunman
Cyrenne Laljie Cyrenne Laljie ... Diane (voice)
Devon Fleury ... Junkie In Warehouse
Edwin Martinez Edwin Martinez ... Junkie In Warehouse
Jonathan Rivera Jonathan Rivera ... Junkie In Warehouse
Raymond Rodriguez Raymond Rodriguez ... Junkie In Warehouse
Giuseppe Valentino Giuseppe Valentino ... Junkie In Warehouse


A modern day cop finds herself traveling between different times and different wars.

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Short | Action | Crime | Fantasy | War


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The role of Mona Degrassi was written for Monica K. Ross. See more »


Lt. Frank Rollins: We care only for justice/To protect and serve/So join us today/If ya got the nerve.
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The opening and closing credits appear over time-lapsed footage of hourglasses. See more »

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Heroines Flesh Out A Strong Script Fluently
27 November 2015 | by liztapiaaudioSee all my reviews

Tired of busting junkies and being 'meter maids,' two Brooklyn-based female cops itch for their next outbreak in the NYPD. Written and directed by Gabe Rodriguez, GODDESS OF TIME shifts from one galvanizing scene to the next. The screenplay pushes Officer Orysia Rozhenko (Dina Cataldi), a Ukrainian hopeful heroine who is thrown into a strenuous time puzzle, to her limits. By her side is rookie partner in crime, Officer Mona Degrassi (Monica K. Ross). The two follow up on a warrant assigned to a psychic shop where Fairuza (Kaki Hunt Kemp) warns the duo of the unknown man named Frank Rollins and his immediate danger.

There is a fine line drawn between Officer Rozhenko's internal problems versus her external problems. GODDESS OF TIME relies heavily on the authenticity of the plot while creating an obvious arc to Rozhenko's character. In a non-linear fashion, Rozhenko is thrown into the past, the present and the future, while simultaneously revolving around Lieutenant Frank Rollins' (Nate Steinwachs) experiences with post war symptoms.

Likewise, the fluentness of the structure depicts the unraveling sense of good and evil that resides in the world. The thin layer of greyness in the evil versus the good serves as a compelling driving force in the story.

Rodriguez has a vision and a tone that is portrayed through an effective screenplay. Not only does it show through action, but also dialogue plays an essential role in the depiction of society and the people that make it up. A primarily female cast adds to the heroism and the stereotype against females in authority, thus creating much more than a female cop story.

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Release Date:

12 October 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Clifton, New Jersey, USA See more »


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$10,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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