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The Vessel (2016)

The Vessel
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Music. Dancing. Fireworks. Childbirth. These are just a few things that vanished from a small fishing village after a massive tidal wave crushed the local elementary school, washing forty-six children out to sea. Father Douglas Wood urges the grief-stricken mothers to have more children, but they refuse, locked in a state of perpetual mourning. Until one night when a local young man named Leo slips off the pier and drowns, only to mysteriously awaken three hours later. “Could this be a sign from God?” the townspeople start to wonder. For the first time in years, Father Douglas sees a glimmer of hope in their eyes. But then as if compelled by some inner force, Leo assembles a crude structure in his front yard from the remains of the destroyed school, igniting a storm of confusion and passion that will change the town forever.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: September 16th, 2016 (Limited) by Outsider
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some partial nudity/sensuality and thematic elements.
(Rating bulletin 2435 (Cert #50576), 7/27/2016)
Running Time: 86 minutes
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Keywords: Life in a Small Town, Grieving Parents, Disaster, Death of a Son or Daughter
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Outsider Pictures, Mucho Mas Media, New Territory Pictures, Bat Bridge Entertainment, P+R Productions
Production Countries: Puerto Rico,
United States

Leading Cast

   Father Douglas

Supporting Cast

Lucas Quintana    Leo
Jacqueline Duprey    Fidelia
Aris Mejias    Soraya
Hiram Delgado    Gabriel
Jorge Luis Ramos    Pedro
Marian Pabon    Rosita
Elia Enid Cadilla    Concha
Sunshine Logroño    Oscar
Leslie Van Zandt    Ingrid

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Production and Technical Credits

Julio Quintana    Screenwriter
Marla Quintana    Producer
Terrence Malick    Executive Producer
Sarah Green    Executive Producer
Martin Sheen    Co-Executive Producer
Michael H Rockafellow    Co-Executive Producer
Stephen Germer    Co-Executive Producer
Jeffrey Keels    Co-Executive Producer
Jody M Wingrove    Co-Executive Producer
Keith Townshend    Co-Executive Producer
Richard Jones    Co-Executive Producer
Kelli Weinzierl    Co-Executive Producer
Jenna Jackson    Co-Executive Producer
Anthony Jackson    Co-Executive Producer
Christian Sosa    Co-Executive Producer
Mark Joseph    Co-Executive Producer
Mark D Rogers    Associate Producer
Annabelle Mullen    Production Manager
Santiago Benet Mari    Director of Photography
Gerardo Vega    Production Designer
Natalia Collazo    Costume Designer
Abadha Lila    Make-up and Hair Designer
Zoraida Sanjuro Lopez    Casting Director
Hanan Townsend    Composer
A.J. Edwards    Editor
Don Swaynos    Editor
Chris Keyland    Re-recording Mixer

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