Breaking Dawn (2004 film)

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Breaking Dawn
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Promotional poster
Directed by Mark Edwin Robinson
Produced by David C. Robinson
Brady Nasfell
Written by Mark Edwin Robinson
Starring Kelly Overton
James Haven
Sarah-Jane Potts
Music by Jason Nyberg
Cinematography Ken Glassing
Edited by Natalie Ebnet
Distributed by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Release dates 2004
Country United States
Language English

Breaking Dawn is a 2004 independent American mystery-thriller written and directed by Mark Edwin Robinson. It is the directorial debut of Robinson, who was 22 at the time and saw the film showcased at the Cannes Film Festival Marché du Film and at The Hollywood Film Festival.[1] The film stars Kelly Overton and James Haven.[2]

Plot[edit]

Eve, a young medical student is charged with uncovering the murder of a mental patient's mother. The patient, Don, holds many secrets and disturbs Eve with his insane ramblings. As Eve continues to investigate the murder, she believes Don's paranoia is out of control at the mention of a menacing figure named Malachi. She begins to question whether Malachi exists when she is stalked by a mysterious figure or if her imagination and Don's craziness are affecting her judgement.[3]

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

The film was shot over 18 days on 35 mm film in California.[4]

Music[edit]

The only song listened during the film is Here to Stay by Mexican-American composer and interpreter Arthur Yoria at the closing credits.

References[edit]

  1. ^ MARK EDWIN ROBINSON Cast Light Pictures. Retrieved on 23 December 2011
  2. ^ Lip Service People. 24 May 2004
  3. ^ Breaking Dawn (2004) Retrieved on 23 December 2011
  4. ^ A Temecula man makes directorial debut with an indie film North County Times. 13 August 2003

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