Innocent (2009 film)

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Innocent
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Directed by Aram Rappaport
Produced by Aaron Becker
Alex Becker
M. Burkhardt
Alexander Mendoza
Kristi Motyka
Godrick Scott
Written by Aram Rappaport
Starring Alexa Vega
Austin O'Brien
Carlo Lorenzo Garcia
Nick Eversman
Circus-Szalewski
Release dates
  • July 13, 2009 (2009-07-13)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Innocent, also known as Helix, is a 2009 American action drama film directed by Aram Rappaport, filmed in downtown Chicago, Illinois in one continuous take. There are no cuts in the filming. Innocent is one of the first ever feature length films to be shot in one take, and it is a kidnapping thriller that circumnavigates downtown Chicago on foot and by car.

Plot[edit]

Based on a true incident, Innocent is tale of five disparate lives that become entangled one cold Chicago morning. Told in real-time, Innocent is an action crime drama shot in one continuous take without any edits. Alexa Vega stars as a young woman abducted by two desperate urban youths (Austin O'Brien, Carlo Lorenzo Garcia). A street dweller, witnessing the dramatic events, is torn between becoming involved and remaining silent. Completing the cast of characters is a corrupt cop who too late realizes the implications of his self-serving motives.

Cast[edit]

  • Alexa Vega - Ashley
  • Austin O'Brien - Jae
  • Carlo Lorenzo Garcia - Johnny
  • Nick Eversman - Shane
  • Circus-Szalewski - Bum
  • Brook Toland - Punky
  • David Hernandez - Ray Martinez
  • Samantha Long - Kristi

Production[edit]

Shooting took place in downtown Chicago around Lake Michigan.

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