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Awakening is a short satirical drama. Since time began, God has employed Saints to help manage the overwhelming task of keeping the mortal world in order. But today is their last day of work as God has fired every Saint. At the Office of... See more »

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Edel-Hunt ...
Lucien
Harry Livingstone ...
Saint Valentine
Trevor Nichols ...
Saint Nicholas
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Saint Catherine
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Saint Patrick
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Saint Margaret

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Gaelle Mourre

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Gaelle Mourre ... (writer)

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Georg Schleicher ... producer

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Anaïs Lorié

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Daniel Michalos

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Jason R Moffat ... colorist

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Jonathan Hillson

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Anna Schoettl

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Kat Sinicki ... makeup artist / special makeup effects artist
Sarah Welsman ... makeup artist / special makeup effects artist

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Alienor Duplessis ... boom operator / sound editor / sound mixer
Daniel Michalos ... boom operator

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Sebastian Barner-Rasmussen ... assistant camera
Rodrigo Cervantes ... dolly grip
Irene Gomez-Emilsson ... electrician
Vincent Weiler ... camera operator
Daniel Zafer ... gaffer

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Sara Stanton ... costumer

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Awakening is a short satirical drama. Since time began, God has employed Saints to help manage the overwhelming task of keeping the mortal world in order. But today is their last day of work as God has fired every Saint. At the Office of the Saints, in a crypt based in a parallel world, Saint Margaret is in crisis over this drastic change. Faced with a number of different and difficult choices, Saint Margaret feels paralysed - For the first time in centuries, she must think about what she truly wants.

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  • 20 min
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