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Eternal Code

USA 2019
produced by
Harley Wallen, Annette Cama (executive) for Painted Creek Productions, Auburn Moon Productions, Carribean Fury Productions
directed by Harley Wallen
starring Richard Tyson, Billy Wirth, Scout Taylor-Compton, Yan Birch, Mel Novak, Erika Hoveland, Damien Chinappi, Kaiti Wallen, Vida Ghaffari, Shane Hagedorn, Harley Wallen, Angelina Danielle Cama, Ken Alter, Calhoun Koenig, Whitney Wagner, Justin Mane, Angela Roberts Johnson, Kimberly Cruchon Brooks, Denise Emilia Sandulescu, Jennifer Jelsema, Mason Heidger, Lexi Eve Cama, Brian Heintz, Ray Morgis, Victor Pytko, Michael Barbee, Mo El-Zaatari, Heather Fairbanks
written by Harley Wallen, music by Kaizad Patel

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Bridget Pellegrini (Erika Hoveland) runs a pharmaceutical corporation that has just invented something that could mean the fountain of youth - but she finds the comany she has partnered with and its boss Oliver (Richard Tyson) don't share her high moral standards and want to use the invention for evil. Of course, Bridget wants to pull the plugs, but Oliver isn't one to be easily dissuaded, plus he has already placed a few moles in the development department, including development scientists Magnus (Yan Birch) and Nikita (Vida Ghaffari).

Bridget's daughter Mira (Angelina Danielle Cama) and her friends have made the acquaintance of a vagrant in the park, Afghanistan veteran Corey (Damien Chinappi) who just tries to good, be it feeding the homeless or saving prostitute Stephanie (Kaiti Wallen) from a violent john. They're inspired by him and decide to support what he's doing - and it's before long that it's actually Mira who needs Corey's help, as two kidnappers in Oliver's employ (Scout Taylor Compton, Harley Wallen) have kidnapped her parents and are now after her as well, and she really has no one else to go to. Sure, theoretically she's safe with Corey, who also promises to track down and save her parents, but Carter (Shane Hagedorn), an ally of the kidnappers who poses as a cop, takes her best friend May (Calhoun Koenig) hostage to smoke Mira out. And from here on, things only get more complicated - and of course, more dangerous ...

Action movie legend Mel Novak plays one of Bridget's associates who shares her moral standards - and pays for it with his life.


Sure, in writing, Eternal Code might sound a bit convoluted, but thanks to a stringent screenplay and swiftly paced directorial effort, the whole thing really comes to life on screen as it avoids delving on particular plot points too much or trying to explain too much away, instead keeps things at a steady flow, with plenty of action and intrigue to keep the audience on the edge of their seats. And a solid ensemble cast playing colourful roles really helps to keep viewers invested in the on-screen goings-on.


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