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The Silver Moonlight ()


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On a rainy night, a dead body is fished out of a lake and brought to a local morgue. The details of who she is or what happened to her are unknown. What drove the girl to such a grisly fate?

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Lindsay Reynolds ...
Sybille
Eric Calderon ...
Matthias
Christopher Robert Gray ...
The Pale Man (as Christopher R. Gray)
Sabina Leigh ...
Madame Leander
Jonathon Pereyra ...
Ken
Miles Wartes ...
The Emcee
Gabriella Robnett ...
Brigitte
Victoria Grace ...
Luise
Natalie Turner ...
Kristina
Justin Vaughan ...
Chiles
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Henny the Maid
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1st Morgue Attendant
Mike Walsh ...
2nd Morgue Attendant
Hope Anderson ...
Renate, the Showgirl
Marla D'Arce ...
Olga, the Showgirl
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Older Nun
Greg Kyle ...
Olga's Client
Mindy Faulkner ...
Younger Nun
Chris Madron ...
Mother Superior
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lynelle Belleveaux ...
Cigar Girl
Vadim Elkind ...
Cabaret Drunk
Russ Nielsen ...
Cabaret Drunk
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Cabaret Patron

Directed by

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Evgueni Mlodik

Written by

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Hans Christian Andersen ... (short story: "The Little Mermaid") (uncredited)
 
Evgueni Mlodik ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Charmaine Balcerzak ... executive producer / producer
Evelina Castillo ... executive producer / producer
Frank Edmonds ... associate producer
Jessica Ham ... executive producer
Evgueni Mlodik ... executive producer / producer

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Daniel Yount

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Jessica Ham ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Kevin D Wilson

Production Design by

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Evelina Castillo
Jessica Ham

Set Decoration by

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Jessica Ham
Ivan Pavletic
Mark Roeder
Shannon Smith

Costume Design by

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Gabriela Martinez
Celia Morrissey
Evgueni Mlodik ... (uncredited)

Makeup Department

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Julia Nisnevich ... makeup artist
Kevin D Wilson ... key makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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David Twiss ... first assistant director

Sound Department

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Kevin Mitchell ... sound mixer
Cody Troyer ... sound
Kevin D Wilson ... sound editor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Mike Cooke ... lead gaffer (as Michael Cooke)
Curtis DeVore ... assistant camera
Dan Ellquist ... grip
Jessica Ham ... camera operator / director of photography/camera operator
Robert Hardy ... grip
Mark Jensen ... 2nd assistant camera/camera operator
Drew Neely ... 1st assistant camera/camera operator / 1st assistant camera: camera operator
Mikey Pounds ... grip
David M. Quakenbush ... assistant camera/camera operator / assistant camera: camera operator
Daniel Rachlitz ... assistant camera/camera operator / assistant camera: camera operator
Kadie Spinks ... gaffer
Haven Stapleton ... gaffe: key grip / gaffer/key grip
Tanner Teaff ... grip

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Phillip Belyavskiy ... production assistant
Jeff Hartman ... digital imaging technician

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Plot Summary

In a sinister cabaret called "Madame Leander's," Sybille, the beautiful star attraction, sings her trademark chanson of "a romance that's false." However, she does not adhere the warnings of her own song and falls for a handsome young patron who frequents the club. She agrees to a horrific sacrifice with club's macabre owner in order to pursue the man she loves, but in the end the creditor must always be repaid... One way or another. Written by Thanatos_Films

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Also Known As
  • Das Silber Mondlicht (Germany)
Runtime
  • 50 min
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Budget $25,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia All of the female character names are taken from various UFA stars; Sybille Schmitz, Zarah Leander, Brigitte Horney, Luise Ullrich, Kristina Söderbaum, and Henny Porten. See more »
Movie Connections References Fährmann Maria (1936). See more »
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