A Man Called Nereus
Lisa Wilson, Asia Flood, Nathan Hill (II) (executive), Drew Peckke (executive), R. Keith Wilson (executive) for Armored Vision
directed by Nathan Hill (II)
starring Seth Gandrud, David C. Hayes, Orchid Tao, Joe Ricci, J.C. Marquez Pulita, Victoria Paege, Kathleen Benner, Dani Danger, Aaron Neal Trout, R. Keith Wilson, Ed 'Gary, Wills Hill, Paul C. Hemmes, Valec Martinez, Samuel Willette, Alexander Bain, Gloria Jean Robertson, Rob Edwards, Blonde Raven, Don Teply, Aj Frederick, Bobby Harmon, Kyle C. Hemmes, Nathan Hill (II), Stephen Wade Nebgen, Christle O'Neill
written by Nathan Hill (II), music by Kevin MacLeod, Crane, title theme by DJ Romeo, Cappadonna, visual effects by Alexander Bain, Nathan Hill (II), special effects by R. Keith Wilson, Samuel Willette
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Keith (Seth Gandrud) is a struggling actor with a drug habit and a
money problem who at the moment would accept any job to get his hands on a
few bucks ... even transcribing tapes. In one tape he transcribes though,
he finds something odd: An autistic man, Nereus (David C. Hayes) predicts
the results of the horse races with eerie precision ... and he seems to be
right about a lot of other things, too. Keith figures he could use a guy
like Nereus to win big in Vegas, and thus he decides to kidnap him - which
in writing sounds meaner than it is, as Nereus is held captive by the mob
anyways, and even if Keith should abduct him for his own cause, Nereus
would be better off with him.
Now getting Nereus away from the mob is
the easy part of the story, the hard part is staying out of harm's way
thereafter, because the mob sends two of its top killers (Joe Ricci, J.C.
Marquez Pulita) after Keith and Nereus, and they make a slaughterhouse out
of the first place Keith has chosen to hide out, Sammy's (Gloria Jean
Robertson) drug den, with only Keith, Nereus, and Sammy's niece Maura
(Orchid Tao) managing to make a getaway. But the mob killers are not the
only problem Keith is facing, there are also two FBI agents (Wills Hill,
Paul C. Hemmes) after them who want to get their hands on Nereus in their
spare time to use him for their own advantage. And then there's a secret
cult of Mayans, who need him for their salvation - as there is more to
Nereus than he being just an autistic person with a knack for predicting
sports results ... much more, actually, he might be someone able to bend
time and space themselves - but what does he intend to do with such power,
and where does that leave Keith ...
A Man Called Nereus
is a rather unique experience that rolls many genres into one rather
effortlessly: It starts out as a regular crime thriller with ironic
undertones and the occasional nod to Quentin Tarantino, but the longer it
goes on, the more it sucks the audience into its very own weirdness, with
conspiracy theories abound, science fiction and fantasy themes, and the
dismissal of quite a few laws of nature - but the point is, it actually
works! This is by no means your typical movie of any sort, but that's not
to say it doesn't entertain the hell out of you!!!