Birth of Separation (2010)
Conceived from transgression and purged into a world he was not meant to know, Jerome exacts meaning to his otherwise questionable existence. Birth of Separation is a visceral portrait of the reclamation of one man's perverse lineage.
Genre: Drama,Horror,Romance,Thriller
Director: Louis Mansfield
Release Date: June 17, 2010
Producers: Andrew P. Aguilar,Dennis Hanley
Actors: Ashley-Rebekah Faulkner,Steve Saturn,Tony Slade
             
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