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What Hath God Wrought?
|Locusts swarm. Rivers turn to blood. Fire rains from the sky. Are you prepared for The Reaping? Investigative scholar Katherine Winter (two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank) is a debunker of modern "miracles," bringing scientific light to superstition and fraud. But events in tiny Haven, Louisiana defy even her expertise. There, the 10 Biblical Plagues seem to be recurring. And the more she seeks answers, the more she questions her own beliefs. Katherine must uncover the truth, because the Plagues are counting down. And time is running out.|
"An outstanding supernatural thriller. Jim Ferguson, ABC-TV
"Keeps you on the edge of your seat when you're not jumping out of it! Melanie Moon, KPLR-TV
"A terrific thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat! Shawn Edwards, FOX-TV
"...effectively unsettling...with shades of "The Exorcist" and even "Rosemary's Baby"... Steven Rea, Philadelphia Inquirer
Editor's NoteIn this thriller from director Stephen Hopkins (LOST IN SPACE, UNDER SUSPICION), Oscar winner Hilary Swank is Katherine Winter, a college professor who refutes mysteries and so-called miracles with scientific evidence. When science teacher Doug Blackwell (David Morrisey) invites Katherine and her former teaching assistant/current colleague, Ben (Idris Elba), to his hometown of Haven, Louisiana, to investigate a river whose water has turned blood-red following the mysterious death of a local boy, the cynical professor is forced to find her own faith. The river of blood is just the first in a series of strange occurrences in Haven. It seems that each of the 10 plagues from Exodus is being manifested, in order. The citizens of this Bible Belt town are convinced that 12-year-old Loren McConnell (AnnaSophia Robb) is responsible for her brother's death and for the strange events. Soon, Katherine finds herself questioning everything as memories from her past suddenly infiltrate the present in her search for the truth.The Deep South setting is both beautiful and creepy--particularly Doug's classic antebellum mansion, and the swamps where the McConnell family lives. Swank is reliably solid as Katherine, a woman of faith who lost everything important to her and turned to science for answers. Young AnnaSophia Robb, a young actress to watch, has a captivating screen presence. Brits David Morrissey and Idris Elba (THE WIRE) round out the main characters, with Morrissey a convincing Southern gentleman and Elba a man who overcame his tough life on the streets to become a professor. Stephen Rea also appears as Father Costigan, a link to Katherine's sad past.
Cast & Crew
|Brian Rousso - Based On Story By|
|Bruce Berman - Executive Producer|
|Carey Hayes - Screenplay|
|Chad Hayes - Screenplay|
|Colby Parker, Jr. - Editor|
|Graham "Grace" Walker - Production Designer|
|John Frizzell - Original Music By|
|Peter Levy - Cinematographer|
|Robert Zemeckis - Producer|
|Scott Ritenour - Art Director|
|Stephen Hopkins - Director|