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Ballet Magique® Productions, LLC & Samaco Films, LLC
Producers Franco Sama and Anthony W Johnson 
Story by Anthony W Johnson
Written by Anthony Johnson
Production Designer - Anthony W. Johnson

Several young adults find themselves entwined with their family's secrets and those who want to still their magic, which leads to battles between cultural and supernatural forces.



Voodoo's web spans this watery county thick with its high concentration of enslaved Africans and freedmen. So common was it that in recent generations' Gullah culture, you would always hear, "If you don't shut up, I'm going to Beaufort on you." In South Carolina, the old-timers say there is just one root doctor left – Dr. Buzzard's grandson. But that, of course, is not true. Today's sheriff, county native P.J. Tanner, said, "We very seldom see it or even hear any discussion about it." But it's still here.

It is Monday 2025, and all across the states and the newspapers read, "Homeopathic doctors, and what we spiritualists call Root Doctors, have been slain by the thousands. Last night, Eve, the real last conjurer, had to bury her son, the grandson of, yep, Dr. Buzzard. She calls on the ancestors to invoke the prophecy, which claims that two "Witnesses" can walk amongst us, the holy and the dead.

Several College students of mixed ethnicities and backgrounds, under their professor Leslie's guise, seek the truth about these murders. Most believe it is a voodoo curse; others say it is witchcraft—as there is a witch, Lady Amaria Grace. She, too, has secrets, and revenge is on her mind. The older folk, the Gullah and Ms. Minnie, have also entrenched themselves to discover the mystery of the murders as the city turns on their people. In a race to save the town from losing its minds,  lessons are taught and learned in this multicultured film that explores the occult.

Moreover, we soon realize magic has no reign over the VODUN! 

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