Written and Directed by – Benjamin Fekete
Produced by – Paradise Pictures
Edited by – Bettina Calla Ernst
Cast – Mark Ivanku & Kevin Kumi
Music by – Luke Atencio http://www.lukeatencio.com
Makeup by – Regina Hajnal
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