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Tom Topor (written by)
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13 October 1990 (USA) See more »
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Fact-based story of a Louisiana priest accused of molesting young parishioners, and of the family of one of his victims... See more » | Add synopsis »
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2 wins & 1 nomination See more »
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" Punishment is not meted out by the law, but is self-inflicted and eternal " See more (3 total) »

Cast

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Keith Carradine ... Pete Guitry

Blythe Danner ... Emmeline Guitry

Jack Warden ... Claude Fortier

David Strathairn ... Father Frank Aubert
Michael Faustino ... Robbie Guitry

Bob Gunton ... Monsignor Beauvais

Mitchell Ryan ... Dave Davis (as Mitch Ryan)

Robert Joy ... Mr. Hummel
Steve Hofvendahl ... Daniel Broussard

Mary Joy ... Madeleine Broussard

Brad Sullivan ... Kenneth Loring

Dylan Baker ... Father Delambre
Bob Barnes ... Mr. Poujade
Deborah Barone ... Lucille Arnaud
Douglas Brush ... Bishop Lanclos
Christopher Carge ... Joseph Broussard
Ann Christiansen ... Grace Basile

Daisy Eagan ... Justine Guitry

Richard Eagan ... Psychiatrist
Otto Felix ... Dr. Morgan
Crystal McKellar ... Sabine Guitry
Stacy L. Robison ... Molly Landry
Jeff Weiss ... Father Vinton
Kimberli Bronson ... Miss Haver
Justin Hatchitt ... Altar Boy #1
James Scott Hess ... Altar Boy #2
Nicholas Wood ... Altar Boy #3
Jesse Zeigler ... Altar Boy #4
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Nick Carter ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Tom Topor 
 
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Tom Topor (written by)

Produced by
Cynthia Fitzpatrick .... producer: trailer
Rob Hershman .... producer
Donald C. Klune .... co-producer
Steve Tisch .... executive producer
Dan Wigutow .... producer
 
Original Music by
Cliff Eidelman 
 
Cinematography by
Elemér Ragályi 
 
Film Editing by
Cynthia Scheider 
 
Casting by
Junie Lowry-Johnson 
 
Production Design by
J. Rae Fox 
 
Art Direction by
Cecilia Montiel 
 
Costume Design by
Karen Patch 
 
Makeup Department
Sheryl Berkoff .... makeup artist
Bonnie Clevering .... hair stylist
Kelcey Fry .... hair stylist
Kelcey Fry .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Donald C. Klune .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Susan Fronsoe .... second second assistant director
Alan Hopkins .... first assistant director (as J. Alan Hopkins)
Daniel M. Stillman .... second assistant director
David Womark .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Holly Bird .... storyboard artist
James Blair .... construction coordinator
Guy Bushman .... property master
Joel S. Griffith .... scenic artist
Terry Kempf .... propmaker foreman
 
Sound Department
Steve C. Aaron .... production sound mixer
George R. Groves Jr. .... re-recording mixer
Scott Millan .... re-recording mixer
David M. O'Dell .... boom operator
Burton Weinstein .... supervising sound editor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert Beverlin .... second assistant camera
Jock Brandis .... gaffer
Loren Corl .... key grip
Robert Fitzgerald .... first assistant camera
Troy Pressley .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Jay W. Yowler .... best boy
 
Casting Department
Barbara Harris .... voice casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Wendy Champagne .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Cynthia Fitzpatrick .... editor: trailer
Ron Wengler .... color timer
 
Location Management
Peggy Coleman .... location manager
 
Music Department
Tom Kramer .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Al Kreinbrink .... transportation captain
Mike Kreinbrink .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
George H. Bonnaz .... title designer
Darin Raney .... production office assistant
Cynthia Upstill .... script supervisor
Sheila A. Warner .... production coordinator
 

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6 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
" Punishment is not meted out by the law, but is self-inflicted and eternal ", 17 January 2009
Author: thinker1691 from USA

For generations the International Catholic Church with its root base in Rome, was perhaps the most powerful religious institution in the world. With well entrenched rich and powerful men of the cloth and its distant secular arms tightly embraced by governmental institutions. City, country and state police and even military authorities, helped it reach around the world to promote its lay policies, regulations or merely to defy custom, national or even international law. It's respected and sanctioned officials were UN-assailable. Well established in America for nearly one hundred and fifty years, the church, it's cannon, authority, religious members and its social influence were undeniable and unimpeachable. However, during the last half of the past century, the one area the church did not have complete control over was it's southern gate; a growing base of ambivalent and savagely hungry attorneys who surprisingly discovered the church for all it's power was not impervious to the law. Once it was learned the church could be successfully sued and had the deepest financial pockets of all, law suits exploded in every province around the world. This movie is a case in point. It concerns the fight of the Guitry family (Keith Carradine, Blythe Danner and Michael Faustino as Robbie Guitry) who discovers their son has been molested by the local priest,(David Strathairn, superb acting) decide a financial settlement of $1,000.000 is not enough. They want the priest defrocked and sent to jail. The movie reveals the common practices of the church and the unscrupulous tactics of ruthless lawyers like Jack Warden as Claude Fortier. There are several other movies on this subject, but few other have the courage to reveal as much. ****

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