Mark Fendo: Matt
Japheth Myers: Marky
Windsor Robinson: Luke
Nigel David Casey: Jon Jon
David Barnaby: Father James
Marsharee Birk: Elisabeth
Zac Benoir: jacob
Grace Kingslen: Jude
Benjamine Frempong: Elijah
Ted Pleasance: Joannas
Jody Hall: Abraham
Written / Directed and Produced by Colin Sinclair
The New Disciples was conceived shortly following the aftermath of 911. The film asks the eternal question: ‘What is faith?’ and how can it cause so much World wide destruction?.
It’s Easter Sunday and our four new Disciples: Matt, Marky, Luke and Jon Jon are all awake and planning their next ‘Heist’. The ex-Army buddies are skillfully trained for war but find it hard to adapt to civilian life, their solution is to turn their hand to crime but they fail dismally.
On a botched robbery they come face to face with the ‘Guvenor’ who gives them a job and a new purpose in life. Their mission is to perform Military style assaults on Churches, to test the sincerity of the so called believers and pose the question: What is faith? and do you really have it?
Meanwhile God fearing, bible bashing mother of two Elizabeth, is constantly at odds with her family. Always believing that her way is righteous and true and everyone else is simply unchristian. She has a surprise in store.
Sunday’s will never be the same.
New Disciples Trailer