Synopsis: While on duty, David Vaughn and Victor Hernandez, two emergency paramedics receive a call from a young girl whose mother has lost consciousness in a deserted area, but they soon discover that the life they have to save may be their own. Kidnapped and locked in an isolated building, David tries to discover the truth behind a secret cult and their beliefs. As Victor's beliefs are challenged and the fine-line between religion and science are crossed, David must find a way to escape and get out, before "they" get him.
Director(s): Daniel Myrick
Production: Warner Home Video
102 min

So you're saying that the Quanta Group

is completely self-sufficient?

No medicines?

No shopping for clothes?

No sneaking out to a movie

every now and then?

Well, occasionally,

we need special supplies.

But we spend most of our time working

on studies. We like to keep to ourselves.

Well, I'm sure you can understand that

that kind of behavior...

... can make some people


So how do you respond to those

who call the Quanta Group a cult?

Well, this is why I'm here.

To convey that we're not.

Our belief system

is based on empirical evidence.

Cults are based on blind faith.

Sometimes on

science-fiction authors ' beliefs.

I see. Well, let me ask you.

How long has Dr. Talbot

been leading your organization?

You would define it as 10 years.


Well, how would you define it?

Well, the Teacher has shown us

that time is nonlinear.

It could be 10 years or 10 minutes.

It all becomes irrelevant

within the context of a multiverse.

Well, unfortunately,

my time is all too linear here.

So we're gonna have to be wrapping it

up with IO from the Quanta Group.

I love the name, by the way.

I'm Lina Vance. Thank you so much

for joining me on Community at Large.

Please join me next time

when my guest will be Leo Zimmerman...

... a local business owner

and family man...

... who spends his spare time

as a bullfighter.

Can 't wait to see

what his wife has to say about that.

Okay. Take care, everyone.

And please join us next time

on Community at Large.

Time to get up, sleepy.


I wish I could go with you, baby.

Don't worry.

I'll stop by the station afterwards.

You'll be the first to know.

I love you.

I love you.

Promise me you're not gonna call

your mother before you call me first.

I promise.


Hey, Deb.

If I'm on a call,

will you hit me on my cell, okay?

I'll wait for you to get back.

I wanna see your face.

Hey, what do you got there?

What is that?

- Oh, what's this?

- Yeah.

This would be homemade lasagna.

This is a little caesar salad

my wife made for me.

- Oh, is that caesar?

- Yeah.

- Oh, that's...

- No trades.

- No trades, man.

- I just wanted to...

Why you eyeballing my food?

You always try to take my food.

- Why you gotta be like that? I just wan...

- See this?

Deb made these. Sugar cookies.

You can't have any.

Nice. You're a nice guy.

Come on, Monroe.

Learn to catch, you moron.

- Hey, Ray, what's the score?

- Fourteen-three.


Those are my numbers.

- I get 20 bucks at the quarter.

- Traitor.

What was that?

- You're not gambling out here, are you?

- Gambling?

- Gambling?

- Cap.

In the station? Captain,

what kind of guys you think we are?

Cute, Hernandez. Very cute.

- Dave, your wife's out front.

- My wife?


What are you doing, Vic?

Well, I'm just...

I put the lids on. Flies might...

- Flies?

- Mine... I've got mine right here.

- Eat your own lunch, man.

- I'm...

- Hey.

- Hi, baby.


It's a boy.

Yes! It's a boy.

It's a boy. You hear that?

Oh, my God. A girl wouldn't be bad,

baby, but I just... You know, it's just...

- I know, I know.

- Oh, my God.

- Oh, you're so excited.

- Yeah.

That's great.

- Didn't think I had it in me.

- Sign him up.

- Hey.

- Hey, congrats.

- Thank you so much.

- That's awesome.

Hey, I got an idea.

Why don't you name him after me?

Little Vic.

It's got a nice ring to it,

doesn't it?

Let me think about it. No, I think

that one Vic in my life is enough.

- I kind of I like it. I do.

- See?

- You like it?

- I do.

Deb knows what she's talking about.

Listen to her.

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