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Septien (2011)

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Eighteen years after disappearing without a trace, Cornelius Rawlings returns to his family's farm. While his parents are long deceased, Cornelius's brothers continue to live in isolation on this forgotten piece of land. Ezra is a freak for two things: cleanliness and Jesus. Amos is a self-taught artist who fetishizes sports and Satan. Although back home, Cornelius is still distant. In between challenging strangers to one-on-one games, he huffs and drinks the days away. The family's high-school sports demons show up one day in the guise of a plumber and a pretty girl. Only a mysterious drifter can redeem their souls on 4th and goal.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: July 6th, 2011 (Limited) by IFC Films
Running Time: 79 minutes
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Keywords: Directing Yourself, Dysfunctional Family, Confidence Men, Religious, Artists
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Nomadic Independence Pictures
Production Countries: United States

Leading Cast

   Cornelius Rawlings

Supporting Cast

Robert Longstreet    Ezra Rawlings
Onur Tukel    Amos Rawlings
Mark Darby Robinson    Red 'Rooster' Rippington
Rachel Korine    Savannah
Jim Willingham    Wilbur Cunningham
John Maringouin    Preacher

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Production and Technical Credits

Michael Tully    Screenwriter
Robert Longstreet    Executive Producer
Brooke Bernard    Producer
Ryan Zacarias    Producer
Brent Stewart    Producer
Jeremy Saulnier    Cinematographer
Marc Vives    Editor
Michael Montes    Composer

Project: Limited Release

July 8th, 2011

After a few weeks of very impressive performances on the limited release front earlier in the summer, there hasn't been as much success lately. It is unlikely this week will produce a major hit, but there are a couple documentaries that deserve to be seen. Project Nim and Beats, Rhymes, and Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest are both earning Oscar-worthy reviews and I wouldn't be shocked if one or both are on the short-list at the end of the year. More...

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