The Remembrance

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A man, Nate, is drawn towards helping others, entangled in the lives he has unwillingly affected. As the lines between life and death become increasingly blurred, the search for who and what he is takes precedence.

The Remembrance is the third feature film produced by Melissa Sherry and the first for Angelique Bucciero. It is Michael Sherry’s third feature film he has lensed. Brandon Taylor, Michael Sherry, Anthony DiMichele, and Danielle Sinopoli also serve as producers. It is the feature film debut of director/writer Brandon Taylor.

Gabryal Rabinowitz, Michelle Jones, Douglas Saint James and Cassandra Dailey lead the cast; Felicia Revero, Tim Hackney, Karen Guilliams, Joseph Janvoic and Matt Stein co-star.

An experimental production spanning over eighteen months took place entirely within the Pocono region in northeastern Pennsylvania.

“This film is about the ‘what-if’ scenario we’re all so scared to talk about,” said director Brandon Taylor. “It’s more than asking questions, more than wondering what could have been. There are millions of people who would do anything to have five more minutes with someone they lost. I should know. I’m one of them.”

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