Believers (film)

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This article is about the 2007 thriller. For the 1987 John Schlesinger film, see The Believers. For other films with similar titles, see Believer (disambiguation).
Believers
Believers dvd.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Daniel Myrick
Produced by Executive:
James G. Hirsch
Daniel Myrick
Robert Papazian
John Shiban
Producer:
Tony Krantz
Written by Julia Fair
Daniel Myrick
Starring Johnny Messner
Jon Huertas
Deanna Russo
Music by Kays Al-Atrakchi
Cinematography Andrew Huebscher
Edited by Robert Florio
Distributed by Raw Feed
Release dates
11 June 2007 (UK)
16 October (US)
Running time
102 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget US$1,800,000

Believers is a 2007 thriller film directed by award-winning filmmaker Daniel Myrick and written by Myrick, Julia Fair, and Daniel Noah.[1][2] The film was distributed by Warner Bros. as a straight-to-DVD release in both the United States and elsewhere.

Overview[edit]

While on duty two emergency paramedics, David Vaughn (Johnny Messner) and Victor Hernandez (Jon Huertas), receive a call from a young girl named Libby, whose mother has lost consciousness in a deserted area. However, when they get there they are captured by members of a cult called the Quanta Group.

The two men discover that the Quanta Group is composed of scientists, philosophers and mathematicians and led by a man who calls himself "The Teacher" (Daniel Benzali). The Quanta Group believes that the end of the world is coming soon and are preparing for a mass suicide. While Victor is seduced by the group, David must try to escape and save his friend before it's too late.

Cast[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ hollywood.com, Dan Myrick film awards
  2. ^ mtv.com, Dan Myrick film awards

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