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No Compassion, No Mercy

In a dystopian reality, slavery has been legalized once again. The Government Reintegration Strategy takes drug addicts and social outcasts off the streets as an excuse to “reintegrate” them to the society. They are then turned into slaves and provided to the wealthy and privileged.

The story focuses on Greg, a government worker, who struggles to connect and provide for his family in this severely divided society. Desperate to find a solution to his problems, Greg risks everything by making a deal with the black market of slavery that could put himself – and his – family at risk.

  • Juanan J. Arasa
    Director
  • Daniel Magder
    Writer
  • Juanan J. Arasa
    Writer
  • Troy Mundle
    Key Cast
    "Greg"
  • Sharon Crandall
    Key Cast
    "Moriarty"
  • Moishe Teichman
    Key Cast
    "Mr. Peterson"
  • Vivian Davidson
    Key Cast
    "Sophie"
  • Mark Dozlaw
    Key Cast
    "Mark"
  • Stephanie Schiffner
    Key Cast
    "Slave Girl"
  • Michael David Stewart
    Key Cast
    "Jason"
  • Treychel Anderson
    Key Cast
    "Violet Peterson"
  • Tom Gelech
    Key Cast
    "Club Helper"
  • Kristopher King
    Key Cast
    "Mr. Peterson's Helper"
  • Gabriella Lagace
    Key Cast
    "Drug Addict"
  • Brad Bonnell
    Key Cast
    "Radio Announcer"
  • Steve Michell
    Key Cast
    "Henchman"
  • Ted Richard
    Key Cast
    "Henchman"
  • Andreas Psaltis
    Key Cast
    "Henchman"
  • Nipiya Shirt
    Key Cast
    "Radio Announcer"
  • Matthew Broughton
    Producer
  • Diego Lozano
    Cinematographer
  • Rayne Pires
    Editor
  • David Castillo Morales
    Production Designer
  • Kristopher King
    Costume Designer
  • Jessica Anders
    Key Makeup Artist
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Sci-Fi, Thriller
  • Runtime:
    16 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    June 22, 2016
  • Country of Origin:
    Canada
  • Country of Filming:
    Canada
  • Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital
  • Aspect Ratio:
    2.35 : 1
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    Yes
  • Student Project:
    Yes - Vancouver Film School
Director Biography - Juanan J. Arasa

Juanan J. Arasa was born in Barcelona, Spain and moved to Vancouver, BC, Canada in 2015 to study at Vancouver Film School.

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