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Drawing Down the Moon (film)

Drawing Down The Moon; filmed in Sunbury, Pennsylvania; is a 1997 Chaos Entertainment Independent film written and directed by Steven Patterson. The title is based upon a traditional Wiccan ritual of the same name.

Plot summary

Gwyneth McBride (Karina Krepp) is a Wiccan woman who attempts to open up a homeless shelter in a small community. She is threatened when a local crime lord Joe Merchant (Walter Koenig, Star Trek's "Pavel Chekov") with a mathematical bent—and a particular flair for chaos theory—sends in his thugs to intimidate her. She defends herself against anti-Pagan religious intolerance with both martial arts and the support of the homeless shelter residents.

Cast

  • Walter Koenig as Joe Merchant
  • Karina Krepp as Gwyneth McBride
  • Lynda Merritt as Faith Shields

External links

  • http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0119018/
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