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"Red All Over" is a stark observation into both sides of an often untold story of gun violence, bullying and LIFE.

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Clay Wright
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Patricia Wright
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Redmond Wright
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Angelo Bailios
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Ms. Neville
Slim Thug ...
KJ Wright
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Rahjer
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Angel
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Tangie Mateo
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Herself
Angel Pean ...
Heather Bryant
Andre Pitre ...
Detective Bobby Grant
Richard Berrios ...
Big chris
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Mel, the cashier
John Wayne S. III ...
Homeless Man
Sam Rivas ...
Detective Dorenzo
Jujuan Davis ...
Aiden Wright
Kobey Wilson ...
Amir Wright
Troy Green ...
Lil G
Harvey Clemons Jr. ...
Pastor Clemons
Minka Wiltz ...
MiMi (as Minka Wilks)
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Sargeant
Sonia Parker ...
Barmate
Quanell X ...
Himself
Ayana Mack ...
On Air News Reporter
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Earl
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brian Anderson ...
Churchgoer
Sirena Raye Bingman ...
Dream Sequence Fangirl / High School Student
Heather Jane Chambers ...
Reporter 2
Angelique Chappell ...
Teacher #1
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Student
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High School Student
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High School Student
Lance Henry ...
Officer #1
John 'J.K.' ...
Robinson
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Churchgoer
Peyton McSpadden ...
Churchgoer
Sarah McSpadden ...
Churchgoer
Chelsea Melton ...
Angry Mob
Kiara Brycson Laval Minick ...
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Teenage Son
David Nguyen ...
Police officer #2
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Police officer #2
Steven Nguyen ...
Churchgoer
Loretta Petty ...
Church Member
John J.K. Robinson ...
Reporter #1
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Churchgoer
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Church Goer
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Detective
LaPorsche Wilson ...
Mobster / Mourner
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Church Member (uncredited)

Directed by

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John Wayne S. III ... (attached)

Written by

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Cess Black ... ()
 
John Wayne S. III ... ()

Produced by

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Cess Black ... associate producer
Harvey Clemons Jr. ... producer
Terrance Crawford ... producer
Len Gibson ... co-producer
Channing Hughes ... executive producer
Elanor Jones ... producer
Michelle l Lamb ... associate producer
Alonzo McCarty ... executive producer
Angela McCarty ... producer
Brian Mitchell ... executive producer
Donna Mitchell ... executive producer
John Wayne S. III ... executive producer / producer
Nicole I. Stephens ... executive producer / producer

Music by

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Samuel Barnes
Jean Claude Olivier

Cinematography by

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Colemar Nichols

Film Editing by

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Peter Devaney Flanagan

Editorial Department

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Jeffery Farley ... colorist
John Wayne Overstreet ... additional editor
Johnathan Saltzman ... on-line editor

Casting By

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Heather Brook Simpson

Production Design by

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Erynn Patrick

Art Direction by

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Erynn Patrick

Production Management

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Erica Olivarez ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Brent Duncan ... first assistant director

Sound Department

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Jasper Lee Merchant ... dialogue editor

Stunts

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Mark Chavarria ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Heather Chappel ... stills photographer
Anil Gonnabathula ... key grip
Austin Lorenzen ... second assistant camera
Mario Martinez ... grip
Miguel Angel Martinez ... gaffer (as Miguel Martinez)
Miguel Martínez ... grip
Matt Yturri ... first assistant camera

Casting Department

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Katrina Cook ... extras casting
Shon Middlebrooks ... casting producer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Cleveland Gite ... costume supervisor

Other crew

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Julio Adrian Ramon ... production assistant
Alexandra Ryder ... production assistant
Adrian Sanchez ... production assistant
Christine Snyder ... assistant to producer
Lee Stringer ... acting coach

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In the wake of today's most controversial issue of gun violence, a teen becomes the victim of his own urban planning. Red is somewhat of a pariah at school, socially withdrawn from his family and frustrated by his gritty urban surroundings. He longs for a better life if only he could control the things around him. Namely his embarrassing alcoholic father, recovering addict mother and a popular jock at school who is bullying him. His only true place of solitude is a journal he keeps. He writes haiku's and draws when he is seeking refuge from his reality. Traditionally, stories of gun violence focus on the victims. This film however, is told from both the victim and shooters point of view. Red All Over explores the easy access to guns in the inner city, the emotional journey Red takes before and after the shooting. Why he had a gun and felt the need to shoot anyone. It also outlines the impact bullying played in his life. The issue of gun violence is a political, moral and personal debate in our society. In this film we invite the audience both sides before choosing one.

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Also Known As
  • Red All Over (United States)
Runtime
  • 106 min
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