John Billingsley about his role as Russo in sci-fi thriller ‘The Shift‘ From Angel Studios in theaters and VOD now.
John Billingsley (Star Trek: Enterprise, 2012, The Man From Earth, Out of Time) continues in the science fiction genre as Russo in the new thriller ‘The Shift‘ From Angel Studios in theaters and VOD now.
In ‘The Shift‘ Russo is able to show Kevin (Kristoffer Polaha) the various realities from the multiple existences of Kevin as he searches for a way to return to his wife, Molly (Elizabeth Tabish). Kevin is sent to this lower level of Purgatory, teetering on the gates of Hell by The Benefactor (Neal McDonough), who puts Kevin in this bleak reality as a result of his sinful nature.
We spoke to Billingsley about working in a faith based film, while not adhering to any religion, the moral of the story found within ‘The Shift‘ and if he had Russo’s ability to see the variety of existences for his own life, would he look at John being down on the dumps or the most successful version of himself.
‘The Shift‘ is available in theaters and on VOD from Angels Studios, the company that brought you, ‘The Chosen‘.
A dystopian drama and sci-fi thriller in which one man is faced with infinite worlds and impossible choices. When Kevin Garner (Polaha) meets a nefarious adversary known as The Benefactor (McDonough) and refuses his offer of wealth and power, he must escape an alternate totalitarian reality. With survival on the line, Kevin fights to make it back to the world he knows and the woman he loves.
Distributed By: Angel Studios
Release Date: December 1, 2023
Written & Directed by: Brock Heasley
Produced by: Brock Heasley, Ken Carpenter, p.g.a.
Director of Photography: Edd Lukas
Cast: Kristoffer Polaha, Neal McDonough, Sean Astin, Elizabeth Tabish, John Billingsle,
Jason Marsden, Paras Patel, Rose Reid, John Walker Ross