God Particles is a series of shorts that chronicles the days leading up to the creation of the god particle and-quite possibly-the end of the world. With lives intertwined, each of the four... See full summary »
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Zoe Chao ...  Rue 4 episodes, 2014
Claire Kaplan Claire Kaplan ...  Jill 3 episodes, 2014
Jack Mikesell ...  David 3 episodes, 2014
Leland Montgomery ...  Tom 3 episodes, 2014
Daniel Nemes ...  Saul 3 episodes, 2014
Carissa Cash Carissa Cash ...  Allie 2 episodes, 2014
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God Particles is a series of shorts that chronicles the days leading up to the creation of the god particle and-quite possibly-the end of the world. With lives intertwined, each of the four parts focuses on a different character-revealing the true colors of these somewhat lost, but very present characters. Written by Kristin Sheppard

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USA

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English

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21 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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$15,000 (estimated)
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Stereo (RCA Sound Recording)

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Color (HD)

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2.35 : 1
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A web series that is much more than a web series.
7 January 2015 | by Chelsey GrassoSee all my reviews

A little Exterminating Angel, a little Last Year at Marienbad, a little Pierrot le fou....but its own thing altogether. You'll laugh out loud and get the shivers at the same time. With a plethora of deranged and entangled characters, God Particles shows us as we really are, but refuse to admit to being. Love, hate, jealousy, fear, etc... it's all there, and just in time before the world possibly comes to an end. This web series has more gumption than most, and it gets you thinking in ways that are so brilliantly underscored you can't help but to submit to it. A talented cast of actors play out each scene superfluously, and while you might not be left feeling what you had expected, you're certainly left feeling something.


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