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Daybreak

DaybreakOVERVIEW

Genre: Drama
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Running Time: 90
Medium: Super 16mm
Rights: All Rights Available


CAST & CREW

Director: Michael James Kacey
Producer: Michael James Kacey
Co-Producer: Page Ostrow
Executive Producer:
Producer's Representative: Ostrow and Company
Editor: James H. Neuhausen
Cast: Paul Clemens (“The Beast Within”), Debra Henri (“The Secret Life of Girls”)
Writer: Michael James Kacey
Music: Sonia Wisgo
Cinematographer: Cameron Cutler
Producer's Representative: Ostrow and Company

REVIEW

"Paul Clemens is one of the finest actors appearing in films today. Bravo!” -- Ray

Bradbury, author, The Martian Chronicles, Fahrenheit 451
“A great Not-So-Wonderful Life movie.” – Doug Pratt, DVD Laser.com

“I look forward to Michael James Kacey’s next film. DAYBREAK is proof that his ideas are fresh and engaging.” – Blake French, Filmcritic.com

“Consisting of more material than most mainstream releases receive, DAYBREAK is given a great deal of excellent content as part of its package.” – Bill Gibron, DVD Talk.com

“Intense, compelling and often dreamlike... imaginatively written and directed by Michael James Kacey.” – William Luce, playwright, The Belle of Amherst, Barrymore

SYNOPSIS

Jeff Stokes is an artist whose need to create extends beyond the canvas; in fact, his need/obsession is to procreate. This obsession paves the way for Jeff to strike a damning bargain once he finds that his wife Michele can no longer
conceive. For Jeff, the next daybreak becomes not only the beginning of a new day, but the end of an old life. He wakes into a world where his wish has been fulfilled. He and Michele have their own children, but the event that enabled this change has forever altered them both. When Jeff discovers that he no longer paints, indeed that his artistic endeavors are stifled by insecurity, he sees himself a man turned bitter with anger and despair. "Daybreak" follows Jeff's struggle to discover what went wrong, as he uncovers personal demons and death on his own journey to damnation.