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Performances drive apocalyptic drama 'Astraea'

A tiny microcosm of society crops up in the wintry woods of Maine in wake of an apocalyptic illness that has decimated humanity in the drama “Astraea,” directed by Kristjan Thor, written by Ashlin Halfnight. Siblings Matthew (Scotty Crowe) and Astraea (Nerea Duhart) are en route on foot to Nova...
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