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X to Y (2009) Movie



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Overview

Language
English

Country
(Hollywood) USA

Ratings / Votes
6.9/ 10 (6 Votes)

MPAA Ratings

Production Company

Production Designer

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Release Date
(USA) - 27 February 2009
(USA) - April 2009

Running Time
USA:24

Tagline
Imagine a world in which our unborn children control our romantic destiny

Keywords
baby, children, crystal-ball, desert, existentialism, fate, indecision, parents, unborn-child,

Technical Support
RAT:1.85 : 1



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Full Cast

  1. Alexander, Brett Lee as [Toby] <1>
  2. Panighetti, Tony as [Neil] <4>
  3. Alexander, Madison Nicole as [Skittle] <2>
  4. Kadakia, Shivani as [Priya] <3>

Genres

  1. Short

Full Plot

Unborn children control our romantic destiny. Every intuitive nudge we feel on earth comes from one of our potential children, pushing us toward a prospective mate, trying to bring themselves into the world. The Prebirths spend their lives wandering a stark desert landscape until they connect their X and Y pair. These children speak to their parents through X and Y crystal orbs, each with a direct tap into the subconscious of their mother and father. Our story focuses on Toby, a Pre-Birth who has been waiting to be born for 5,000 years. Fate seems to be stacked against him. His current X and Y live on opposite sides of the world. Will he fail again? If faced with the ultimate decision of life on earth will he leap into the unknown or remain in limbo? Matt Sobel Plot not found

Total Business

BT: USD 50,000

Cinematographers

  1. Carrea, Christina

Dress Designers

  1. Kohlmoos, Emarie

Film Editors

  1. Sobel, Matt (I)

Trivia

- Night desert scenes were shot on a sound stage that housed an artificial sand dune and a 20 foot projected image of white sands at night.

- The crystal orbs used in filming acted as magnifying glasses on set. The dessert sunlight, during the 95 degree days in White Sands, would frequently burn the hands of actors and crew members.

- The childbirth sequences were shot in a working hospital. The doctor and nurses were trained professionals and the scene was not scripted.

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