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An ex-con trying to find work in a new Depression is lured back to a life of crime, but his gang passes the point of no return once they become fugitives.

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Ryan Bertrand
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Victor Vasquez
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Emma
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Lori Randolph (as Kate Schott)
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Lola 5
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Benji
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Lt. Armando Harris
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Dr. Floyd
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Richie
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Sgt. Frank Stone
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Johannes Koppel
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Mr. Wilson
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Carmela Vasquez
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Mrs. Bertrand
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Mr. Bertrand
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Jason Stevens
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Albertus
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SAF Hitman
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Jimi
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Sonia
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Johnny
Sergio Corona ...
Abraham
Kenneth Needham ...
Francis
Kelly Kincaid ...
Switchblade
Michael Meadows ...
Slugger
Lisa Kinsey ...
Rainbow
Manny Velarde ...
Freedom Fries Guitarist
Rhea Saldivar ...
Freedom Fries Singer
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J12M Member
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Gale Thomas
Andrea Bensussen ...
Charlotte
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Sal
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Bob O'Leary
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RBN Voicecaster (voice)
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Elusive Duck
Felice Kinnear ...
Press Conference Reporter #2
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Press Conference Reporter #3
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Press Conference Reporter #4
Brett Patton ...
Disgruntled Citizen
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Chuck DeLoach
Kalli Cavitt ...
Mallory Chambers (as Kalli Clevenger)
Lauren Heimbach ...
Lola 2 (as Elle D'Aubigny)
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Lola 3
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Lola 4
Arturo Adame ...
Skinner
Joe Miller ...
Ranchero Skinner
Michael Tamer ...
Hatchet Skinner
Tomas Navarro ...
Skinner
Tank Posey ...
'Frank' the Skinner
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Frank's Handler
Jose Corona ...
Skinner Chief
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Barney Rummp
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San Diego Police Department
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CCM Vigilante
Erick Dejolie ...
San Diego Police Department
Carlos Mata ...
San Diego Police Department
Ed Corona ...
San Diego Police Department
Johnnie Wolf ...
San Diego Police Department
Jimmy de Muerte ...
San Diego Police Department
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San Diego Police Department
Annabell Catania ...
San Diego Police Department
J.B. Dominguez ...
San Diego Police Department
D. Woods ...
San Diego Police Department
Brianna Blair ...
San Diego Police Department
Alexander Lozano ...
San Diego Police Department
Andrew Lee Follins ...
Special Weapons and Tactics
Spencer Studer ...
Special Weapons and Tactics
Ben Houghton ...
Special Weapons and Tactics
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Special Weapons and Tactics
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Bank Teller
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Bank Teller
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Bank Security Guard
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Bank Teller
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Security Guard
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Bank Teller (as Belle Santillian)
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UST Bank Manager
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SAF Hitman
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Woman at bank
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Bank Customer
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Chief Owen
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Bank Teller
Tony Gorodeckas ...
SAF Hitman
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Bystander
Renee Lawson ...
Bank Customer
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Woman at bank
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SAF Hitwoman
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Bystander
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Himself (as Todd Butler)
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Bystander
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Directed by

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Tony Olmos

Written by

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Tony Olmos ... (writer)

Produced by

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Ryan Binse ... producer
Daniel N. Butler ... social media producer
Jeanette Di Pinza ... producer (as Dorothy Dorothea)
George Jac ... producer
Tony Olmos ... producer
Luke Anthony Pensabene ... producer (as Luke Pensabene)

Music by

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Sergio Corona ... score composer
Tony Olmos ... score composer

Cinematography by

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Jeanette Di Pinza ... (as Dorothy Dorthea)
Tony Olmos ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Tony Olmos

Editorial Department

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Robert Anthony Padilla ... additional editor

Production Design by

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Kurt Braun
Madaline Jett
Lennox Marchioly
C.J. Martinez
Tony Olmos
Luke Anthony Pensabene
Johnnie Wolf

Makeup Department

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C.J. Martinez ... special makeup effects artist
Renee Rhoads ... special makeup effects artist

Art Department

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Nick Mansfield ... set designer

Sound Department

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John Berry ... boom operator / sound
Bart Cameron ... sound recordist
John Menvielle ... sound recordist
Thomas Ouziel ... sound editor / sound mixer
Luke Anthony Pensabene ... sound recordist
Dariush Rahimi ... sound recordist

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Tony Olmos ... digital compositor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Justin Burquist ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Daniel N. Butler ... uav operator
Jeanette Di Pinza ... assistant camera
Tony Olmos ... camera operator
Luke Anthony Pensabene ... second unit cinematography
Roger Sogues ... camera operator: "b" camera
Sergio Villegas ... second unit cinematography

Animation Department

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Paul Giret ... opening sequence: Rosewood Five Studios

Music Department

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Somerset Barnard ... music
Freedom Fries ... music
Manny Meza ... score mixer
Mother Mary Mood ... music
Spero ... music

Other crew

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Taher AbuNadi ... production assistant
Kurt Braun ... production assistant
Bart Cameron ... production assistant
Jae Dyer ... production assistant
Sharon J. Geyer ... production assistant (as Sharon Geyer)
Anthony Leone ... production assistant (as Anthony Michael Leone)
C.J. Martinez ... production assistant
Robert Anthony Padilla ... production assistant
Dariush Rahimi ... production assistant
Rebecca Reyes ... production coordinator
Trevor Romero ... production assistant

Thanks

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Shane P. Allen ... special thanks
Jan Ariza ... special thanks
Lolly Boroff ... special thanks
Kurt Broz ... special thanks
Justin Burquist ... special thanks
David Chiodo ... special thanks
Richard Pierce Davies ... special thanks
Juanita Nitura Diaz ... special thanks
Javier Estrada ... special thanks
Ray Gallardo ... special thanks
Morgan Macedo ... special thanks
Joe Miller ... special thanks
Johnson Numan ... special thanks
Robert Anthony Padilla ... special thanks
Ron Patton ... special thanks
Claude Petty III ... special thanks
Jack Rafiq ... special thanks
Derek Smith ... special thanks
Johnnie Wolf ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

'South of 8' is a crime thriller set in San Diego during a very near dystopian future characterized by mass poverty and intense government surveillance. After a 'Second Great Depression,' unemployment and crime in the United States are at record highs, the nation's farmlands have been crippled by several years of drought, and a massive diaspora to the already-crowded cities created a swell in the enormous homeless population. The vast economic divide eventually spawns numerous subversive groups -- each with their own agenda -- and the police react by launching a brutal "dirty" war against them throughout the city, with drones being used routinely by the police and private companies as urban watchdogs to compensate for their downsized manpower. All the elements that forged the public enemies of the 1930's are coinciding again, and history is set to repeat. The story focuses on three young adults who go into a life of crime, each for their own petty motives. They become known as 'The Vanishers' to the public, and their methods become increasingly more violent as the police close in on them. When the stakes are raised, they enlist the help of other Depression-era criminals who adjust their tactics and augment their robberies, and they sink deeper into the underworld, past the point of redemption. Written by Rosewood 5 Studios

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  • South of the 8 (United States)
Runtime
  • 91 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia This film was shot on location throughout San Diego in its entirety with a local cast and crew. See more »
Movie Connections References El Mariachi (1992). See more »
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Quotes Lt. Armando Harris: Victor Vasquez: Two prior arrests and he's been out for about a year on parole.
Sgt. Frank Stone: And this guy Ryan Bertrand?
Lt. Armando Harris: Hell, this kid lives with his daddy and his mommy up in Del Mar of all places.
Sgt. Frank Stone: This kid is just an ungrateful sociopath.
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