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Date
10/12/2011
File Info
Song
1.4 MB
1 min 2 sec
Score
4.00 / 5.00

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Author Comments

PARENTAL ADVISORY

Mild Language, References to Post-Natal Depression

It seems to Scott that his son always has to be right about everything, and he almost always is. But what worries Scott is that the facts might be changing to fit what the boy says, and not the other way around. Strange events have been swirling around Sam ever since he was a baby, when he was rejected and almost killed by his mother. Now, at the age of twelve, the strange phenomena seems to go on, increasing at an exponential rate. How much is Scott imagining? Is he jealous of his son? Or has he passed on the strangest of special talents?

Episodes 1 and 2 up at
http://www.podcast.voicea cting.co.uk/2008/10/13/re d-car-green-car-episode-1 /
http://www.podcast.voicea cting.co.uk/2011/10/10/re d-cargreen-car-episode-2/

Cast and Credits

FEATURING the VOCAL TALENTS of:

River Kanoff as Scott Canessa
Michael Johnston as Sam Canessa
Hathor Liderc as Mr. Holt

Maria Vu as Emily
Clym Angus as the Taxi Driver
Rebecca McCarthy as the Nurse

Melissa D. Johnson as Hannah Canessa

Ryan Gilbert as Dr. Borne and Bear
Mindy Owen as Miriam Canessa

Stephen Sanders as Webbe
Credits read by Richard Bartok III

PARENTAL ADVISORY

Mild Language, References to Post-Natal Depression

A Fyrestarter Production

Produced in conjunction with SOLIDER Productions

Written by Rebecca Mccarthy

Produced by River Kanoff

Original Score by Dan Bradley

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