Discrimen Cast Overview: Russell Jordan is Cornell Holcombe

Each day Filmman will be profiling a character and cast member of his next project, “Discrimen”.

We’ll include a brief bio. and a portion of one or more of their scenes and include pictures and any other relevant information.

Discrimen:

Set in the near future, Discrimen revolves around a defining moment of the APD Wars, and of the greatest soldier of that conflict, Nike Wiknam. Beaten, hungry and exhausted from fighting, Nike Wiknam and his men have been pushed to the border of the large city-state of Suffolk (formerly Boston). With no options and limited resources and a bureaucracy that would rather see them dead, they must now make one of two decisions: declare civil war and march on their homeland or face certain death. For the greatest soldier of his generation, that decision may not be his alone to make.

Cornell Holcombe:

Actor: Russell Jordan

Russell Jordan is Cornell Holcombe

Russell Jordan is Cornell Holcombe

Cornell Holcombe is the third-most-senior executive of the APD, the Alliance for Planetary Development.

As such, he is the first and last thing people see and his words are what the world hears when the APD wants to speak to its network of ‘consumers’ on this and the newly-‘developing’ world.

A loyal company man, he has always done everything asked of him and it is through this loyalty that he finally realizes the actual direction of his true fate and that he is simply not much more than an expendable ‘mouthpiece’ for the unfolding plans of his superiors.

Russell Jordan bio.:

Script Excerpt:

All posts and information and script excerpts and concept drawings Copyright 2009 Brian Neuls/Neuls Brothers Films

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