Did not intend on this movie to punch me in the feels so many times, but oh did it. Incredibly simple film, carrying a story to remind us about the importance of life’s small endeavors. Fantastic movie, and just another reminder of how brilliant independent film is.
Under the cut you’ll find a list of faceclaims, both male and female, who could pass for any age between 13 and 18, as requested. I hope this helps, and if it does, a like or reblog would be very nice. Thank you.
Jesse Turner, the Antichrist kid from 5.06, played by Gattlin Griffith
Ben Braeden, Dean’s maybe-son from seasons 3 and 6, played by Nicholas Elia
Claire Novak, the daughter of Castiel’s vessel from 4.20, played by Sydney Imbeau
Katie Doolittle, the girl who was replaced by a changeling in 3.02, played by Margot Berner
Aaron Birch, the boy who sold his soul to Balthazar avenge his brother’s murder in 6.03, played by Adom Osei
The next gen kids, with a cap from their episode and then a more recent picture! These are the characters who grew up so much between their episode and our verse that we had to choose fancasts for them. I didn’t include those fancasts here, but look, they’re growing up!! Soon we won’t even need older actors. That will be both a sad and happy day.
Also, today (March 29, 2014) is Jesse Turner’s 16th birthday, if you didn’t know. He’d probably be starting to look like this!
"Yes we're acting, but yeah, I've fallen in love with [Winslet] during this process," Brolin said. "And you see we're all looking at Gatlinn with massive, face-hurting smiles – because he's so young and so exposed, we all have become very maternal and paternal."