Raed Ali (Azim)Dina Blokhin (Natalia)Mike Boyajian (Lance)Pedro Burgerbrau (Pedro)E-Jo Fang (Li)Travis Flatt (Mr. Thomas)Ernesto Fuentes (Pepe)Michael Glasner (Ambition)Mary Beth Hoots (Agatha)Matthew Krueger (Mr.Featherbottom)Carine Lam (Angelique)Brandon Sellers (Diesel Rodrigues)Neil D. Short (Boswell)Stephen Wood (Hans Pilatesburg)
The Big One is a film about choices. Everyday we are put in situations and we choose to do good, bad, or something in between. Owen Vestri has always done the right thing. He's a nice guy, hard worker, and dedicated student who wants to win his school's business grant. He loses the grant, then his girlfriend, and suddenly something else is put into limbo: his soul. His mind has had enough of failure. Good guys do not finish first and the darkest part of his subconscious knows this. For a while reason and logic prevail but with another brutal and costly semester on the horizon, the dark side begins to take over. At first it is all fun and games for Owen. He never does anything, he just sets things in motion and things go in his favor. People's funny vices are exposed and Owen's stock rises as others fall. Little by little the consequences become greater and he decides it is time to stop. His mind has other plans and wants to keep playing. Can Owen make things right? Can he succeed in a society that is more about profits than it is principles? What is success? Owen needs to figure it out before he goes crazy and crosses a line he can never return to.