Release dates:
  • USA – March 3, 2003 (Cinequest Film Festival)
  • USA – April 7, 2003 (Philadelphia International Film Festival)
Official site: n.a.
Director: Gary Boulton-Brown
Writer: Gary Boulton-Brown
Genre: Science Fiction
Film Locations:
  • Hereford,
  • Herefordshire,
  • England, UK
Plot Summary: In a remote arctic research station, government agents Brach and Schiller discover the mysterious genetic scientist Dr. Clerval. A psychological chess game ensues. What links Schiller to Clerval’s genetics program? What secrets does Brach harbour? And is Clerval really who he says he is?This is not a very good film, in my opinion. Perhaps it was just plain bad editing, but in our opinion, Stephen is the best thing in it.  Unfortunately, the triangle of the three main characters is just plain boring making the viewer not really care what happens to them. But, of course, Stephen Moyer’s performance is excellent with what he had to work with here, so for his scenes, it’s worth a look.
  • Tom McCamus … Dr. Clerval
  • Lucy Akhurst … Schiller
  • Stephen Moyer … Brach
  • Marlene Dunn … Mother
  • Chris Conil … Father
  • Darren Cavanagh … Militia
  • Glenn Walker … Militia
  • Stephen O’Geady … Militia
  • Erik Peterson … Militia
  • Meg Meagher … Orderly
  • Victoria Leper … Orderly
  • Liz Browne¹ … Orderly
  • Gary Boulton-Brown … producer
  • Robert Carter … producer
  • Jay Firestone … executive producer
  • Adam Haight … executive producer
  • David Wooster … producer
Original Music: Ilan Eshkeri
Cinematography: Tim Wooster
Editor: n.a.
Casting: Lisa Parasyn … casting: Toronto
Production Design: Worldmark Films Ltd.
Art Direction:
  • Edward Cross … art department assistant,
  • Antony C. White … property master
Set Decoration: n.a.
Visual Effects:

  • John Attwell … camera operator
  • Mark Clayton … gaffer
  • Julia Curtin … second assistant camera
  • Wayne King … electrician

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