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36 Saints (2013)

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When New York Police Headquarters is confronted with the horror of a serial murderer loose on the streets of Manhattan, two detectives are tasked with bringing order to the chaos. Oblivious to the danger, six students from all over the world, who now attend school together in New York, are planning a memorial to celebrate the lives of their 30 lost "brothers and sisters" who died suddenly in a tragic plane crash a year prior. As evidence continues to mount and more body bags are gathered, the detectives are convinced that the killer is basing his crimes on the belief that every generation has 36 righteous individuals who live among us, where, with all of them gone, the world would fall into darkness. It is a race against time for the detectives to stop the murders and find the last of the 36 Saints before the killer does.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: September 6th, 2013 (Limited) by Active Fox Productions
MPAA Rating: R for violence.
(Rating bulletin 2256, 1/23/2013)
Running Time: 82 minutes
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Keywords: Serial Killer, Religious, Voiceover/Narration, Prologue, Good vs. Evil, End of the World
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Active Fox Productions
Production Countries: United States

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Production and Technical Credits

Joey Dedio    Screenwriter
Jeffrey De Serrano    Screenwriter
Joey Dedio    Producer
Richard Pleban    Executive Producer
Tara Pavoni    Production Designer
Jim Mol    Editor
Adam Chimera    Composer
Isidro Urquia    Director of Photography

Limited Releases Go to Hell

September 6th, 2013

As usual the weekend after Labor Day, it's a very busy week in limited release. Unfortunately, it is a case of quantity over quality. There are a couple of films earning good reviews: a foreign language film, Populaire, and a documentary, Red Obsession. It is unlikely either of them will find a large enough audience in limited release that they will be able to expand significantly. On the other hand, Awards Season is just around the corner, so fans of limited releases won't have to wait long before they will be flooded with options. More...

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