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Release Date:
21 April 1995 (USA) See more »
Peter Winter is a young schizophrenic who is desperately trying to get his daughter back from her adoptive family... See more » | Add synopsis »
6 wins & 4 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Scary... Sad... Moving... See more (48 total) »


  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Peter Greene ... Peter Winter
Alice Levitt ... Girl with Ball
Megan Owen ... Mrs. Winter
Jennifer MacDonald ... Nicole
Molly Castelloe ... Melinda Frayne
Jill Chamberlain ... Teenager at Motel
Agathe Leclerc ... Murdered Girl
Robert Albert ... Jack McNally
Roget Joly ... Police Photographer
René Beaudin ... Boy on Bicycle

J. Dixon Byrne ... Dr. Michaels
Eliot Rockett ... Man on Ladder / Man in Jeep
Angela Vibert ... Girl in Rain
Karen MacDonald ... Girl in Rain
Lee Kayman ... Bartender

Peter Lucas ... Drunk
Rob Benevides ... Robber
Ismael Ramirez ... Psychotic Derelict
Marty Clinis ... Library Patron
Ruth Gottheimer ... Library Patron
June Kelly ... Librarian
Grace Vibert ... Schoolteacher
James Hance ... Man in Adoption Agency
Marti Wilkerson ... Adoption Agent
Mike Benson ... Man in Jeep (as Michael Benson)
Cathleen Biro ... Drunk
Harlan Hamilton ... Drunk
Lily Neumeyer ... Additional Voices (voice)
Patrick Byrne ... Additional Voices (voice)
Andy Janjigian ... Additional Voices (voice)
Jessica Pymm ... Additional Voices (voice)
John Kelsey ... Additional Voices (voice)
David Pymm ... Additional Voices (voice)
Jonathan Cronin ... Additional Voices (voice) (as John Cronin)
Kenneth Pymm ... Additional Voices (voice)
Yvonne McDonald ... Additional Voices (voice)
Brian Pymm ... Additional Voices (voice)

Melissa Painter ... Additional Voices (voice)
Vanessa Miller ... Additional Voices (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Martin Pfefferkorn ... Gas Station Attendant (uncredited)

Directed by
Lodge Kerrigan  (as Lodge H. Kerrigan)
Writing credits
Lodge Kerrigan (written by) (as Lodge H. Kerrigan)

Produced by
J. Dixon Byrne .... executive producer
Lodge Kerrigan .... producer (as Lodge H. Kerrigan)
Melissa Painter .... associate producer
Original Music by
Hahn Rowe 
Cinematography by
Teodoro Maniaci (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Jay Rabinowitz 
Production Design by
Tania Ferrier 
Production Management
Alexandra Nevins .... production manager: New York City
Melissa Painter .... production manager: New York City
Grace Vibert .... production manager: Miscou Island
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matthew Boccaccio .... assistant director: New York City
Eliot Rockett .... assistant director: Miscou Island
Antek Walczak .... assistant director: New York City
Art Department
Jill Chamberlain .... property master: Miscou Island
Jose Claudio .... set dresser: New York City
Sound Department
Brad Beckman .... adr recordist: post-production
Marko A. Costanzo .... foley artist: post-production
James Good .... sound editing room assistant: post-production
John Michael Kelsey .... location sound mixer: Miscou Island (as John Kelsey)
Brian Langman .... foley recordist: post-production
Tony Martinez .... supervising sound editor: post-production
David Novack .... sound re-recording mixer: post-production
Michael Parsons .... additional sound designer: post-production
Michael Parsons .... adr recordist: post-production
Michael Parsons .... location sound mixer: New York City
Matthew Perry .... location sound mixer: Miscou Island
Jac Rubenstein .... sound editor: post-production
Jon San Jose .... assistant sound editor: post-production
Bill Sweeney .... sound editor: post-production
Athina Rachel Tsangari .... boom operator: Miscou Island (as Rachel Tsangari)
Karen Wilkerson .... boom operator: New York City
Special Effects by
Rob Benevides .... special effects makeup
Camera and Electrical Department
Mike Benson .... assistant cameraperson: Miscou Island (as Michael Benson)
John Brown .... assistant cameraperson: New York City
Evan Eames .... assistant cameraperson: Miscou Island
Evan Eames .... assistant cameraperson: New York City
Carlos Omar Guerra .... assistant cameraperson: New York City (as Carlos Guerra)
Lloyd Handwerker .... assistant cameraperson: New York City
David Kaplan .... gaffer: New York City
John Michael Kelsey .... assistant cameraperson: New York City (as John Kelsey)
Michael Kunes .... grip: New York City
Heng Tatt Lim .... assistant cameraperson: New York City
Simon MacArthur .... grip: New York City
Craig Marsden .... assistant cameraperson: New York City
Ismael Ramirez .... assistant cameraperson: New York City
Ben Romer .... assistant cameraperson: New York City
Patrick Sisam .... assistant cameraperson: New York City
Scott Whitney .... assistant cameraperson: New York City
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Binda Colebrook .... wardrobe assistant: New York City
Traci Digesu .... costumer: New York City
Heather Rogan .... wardrobe assistant: New York City
Karen Small .... wardrobe assistant: New York City
Editorial Department
Megan B. Agosto .... editor: rough cut, post-production (as Megan Agosto)
Tony Grocki .... assistant editor: post-production (as Anthony Grocki)
Music Department
Christina Wheeler .... assistant music editor
Other crew
Fernando Alcalde .... script supervisor: New York City
Marjolene Beaudin .... caterer: Miscou Island
Elise Boer .... production assistant: Miscou Island
Luly Estevez .... pre-production assistant: Miscou Island
Carol Giardino .... pre-production assistant: Miscou Island
Laszlo McKenzie .... title designer
Catherine O'Brien .... production coordinator: New York City
Rachel Repetto Jolivet .... pre-production assistant: Miscou Island
Brian Sloan .... pre-production assistant: Miscou Island
Kahi Taufaasau .... production assistant (uncredited)
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79 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Revealing mistakes: Murdered girl's corpse visible breathing.See more »
[last lines]
[over the transmitter of a fishing boat]
Nicole Winter:Hello, hello, Daddy, are you there? Hello, hello, Daddy, are you there? Hello. Daddy, are you there? Hello.
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6 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Scary... Sad... Moving..., 19 May 2000
Author: The_Core from Seattle, WA. USA

A scary, sad and terribly depressing movie. All of the performances are extremely true-to-life. The only thing I felt hurt this movie was the pacing, which was irregular at certain points. The camera work was very unusual.

If you've ever wanted a glimpse inside the head of a schizophrenic (which I doubt), this is the film. This movie dares to deal with subject matter that Hollywood would normally never touch. It is not an entertaining film and is extremely difficult to watch, but everything that happened in the movie could easily happen in "real life." There is nothing phony here, nothing pretensive, just an incredibly realistic portrayal of the pain of everyday life, and especially the pain of one young schizophrenic man.

I gave this movie 7/10 for its pacing and somewhat weak plot, yet in a sense it deserves a much higher rating. I gave it 7/10 because I didn't enjoy it... yet it was difficult to tear my eyes away at times. The last 30 minutes of the film are the best... the pacing improves, and the story is at last resolved. I breathed a sigh of relief when this movie ended. This kind of gritty realism is just too hard to watch, but its uncompromising honesty is worthy of a great deal of credit. Painful and difficult to watch, but if you like a film that is utterly honest and doesn't play with your emotions, I recommend you see it. Not for the faint of heart, though.

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