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Meet Christos Vasilopoulos as ‘The Director.’ Of his role, Mr. Vasilopoulos says, “It was time for me to be the captain, the guy that moves the strings, coordinates and keeps the balance amongst the people, an inner journey of thought and evaluation. ‘The Director’ for me, is the hero behind the heroes .” Director Hunter Lee Hughes says of Mr. Vasilopoulos, “Christos embodies the idea of an...

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Meet Vincent Montuel as ‘The Scholar.’ Of his role, Mr. Montuel says, “The Scholar embodies a serene life of study, theory and logic.  When he is confronted with an immediate rush of emotions and danger, he must learn to be present in the moment.  I think about ‘The Scholar’ often, and try to apply what he has learned to my everyday life.” Director Hunter Lee Hughes says of Mr. Montuel, “In...

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Meet Justin Schwan as ‘The Survivor.’ Of his experience working on the film, Mr. Schwan says he learned, “Don’t concern yourself with being better than those around you.  Always strive to be better than the former you.” Director Hunter Lee Hughes says of Mr. Schwan, “Justin’s a bit of a paradox. In life, he draws people in with his gregarious charm and impeccable sense of style but on screen,...

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Meet Luke Judy as ‘The Boy.’ Of his role, Luke says, “My favorite thing about playing ‘The Boy’ was playing with the dad, swordfighting with him. It was really fun doing that with him.” Director Hunter Lee Hughes says of Luke Judy, “Like Shirley Temple, when Luke comes on the screen, you feel hopeful and nostalgic for the pinnacle experience of childhood, of innocence. It’s an...

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Meet Blake Sheldon as ‘The Kid.’ Of his role, Mr. Sheldon says, “The greatest challenge was getting back to that place of youth and insecurity, redefining what that means to me and realizing just how fragile that is.” Director Hunter Lee Hughes says of Mr. Sheldon, “Blake’s aura of intensity and danger flows forward from a wounded but resilient spirit. It’s exactly what we needed for...

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Meet Hunter Lee Hughes as ‘The Artist.’ Of his role, Mr. Hughes says, “I can relate to someone whose solution to difficult problems lies in creative expression.” Hughes also directed the film and says of the experience, “I’ve been on the scene in Los Angeles for almost twenty years, but this has been one of those uber satisfying periods of my life when I know I’m working on something that...

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