Michael Clarke Duncan in 'A Resurrection' (Photo: Archstone Distribution)
The world was deeply saddened last September when larger-than-life actor Michael Clarke Duncan died at the age of 54. A towering presence with an inimitable bass-heavy voice and, as is usually the case with giants, a gentle spirit, Duncan was probably best known for his Oscar-nominated performance as a death row inmate with mystical powers in "The Green Mile" and for his villainous turns in both "Daredevil" (in which he played the classic Marvel Comics heavy Wilson Fisk, aka the Kingpin) and Tim Burton's reboot of "Planet of the Apes."
Duncan returned to his supernatural roots for what ended up being his final theatrical film, "A Resurrection." Formerly titled "The Sibling," the film follows the dark path of troubled teenager Eli Driggs (J. Michael Trautmann), a high school student struggling with the recent death of his older brother, Devon (Patrick de Ledebur), at the hands of some of his own classmates. The school psychologist (Mischa Barton) tries to help Eli come to terms with the tragedy, though the young man is becoming more sullen and withdrawn ... and entertaining the idea that his brother might be coming back from the grave to seek revenge.
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