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2 June 2000 (Spain) See more »
A writer, Tucker Harding, is hired to cover an article on the hydrogen-bomb test, Nevada, 1952. While there... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Terumi Matthews ... Tucker
Nicole Zaray ... Drew
Belinda Becker ... Ofelia

James Urbaniak ... Isaac
Thomas Pasley ... J.L.

Samantha Buck ... Gorge
Julie Anderson ... Dental Assistant of Death
Amanda Vogel ... Girl in Window
Leo Marks ... Dex
Justin X. McAvoy ... Cop
Amanda Cole ... Rachel the Bartender
Tom Vought ... 'This Guy' in Bar
Alana Jerins ... Drew's Mother
Rebeka Milkis ... Little Drew
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Isen Robbins ... Evil Dr. Floyd DDS (uncredited)

Directed by
Hilary Brougher 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Hilary Brougher 

Produced by
Glen Basner .... associate producer
Jean Castelli .... producer
Ted Hope .... executive producer
Steven G. Menkin .... executive producer
Isen Robbins .... producer
James Schamus .... executive producer
Susan A. Stover .... producer
Original Music by
Miki Navazio 
Cinematography by
Ethan Mass 
Film Editing by
Sabine Hoffmann 
Production Design by
Teresa Mastropierro 
Art Direction by
Paul Etheredge  (as Paul Etheredge-Ouzts)
Dina Varano 
Set Decoration by
Christina Manca 
Costume Design by
Wendy Chuck 
Makeup Department
Shannon Buettow .... makeup artist
Production Management
Roni Deitz .... production manager
Derek Yip .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brian Bentham .... second assistant director
Angela Delichatsios .... second second assistant director
Callum Greene .... first assistant director
Art Department
Lisa Mareiniss .... property master
Mike Martin .... leadman
Diana Puntar .... construction scenic artist
Joe Scanlon .... construction scenic artist
Tim Wilson .... assistant propmaster
Sound Department
Rachel Connolly .... sound recordist
Tom Efinger .... supervising sound editor
Adam Kowalsky .... boom operator
Damian Volpe .... supervising sound editor
Special Effects by
Keith Edmier .... special effects
Kelly Gleason .... special effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Suzie Baer .... first assistant camera
Amanda Cole .... second assistant camera
Riad Deeb .... grip
Brian Dentz .... best boy
Dan Hersey .... first assistant camera
Allison Kelly .... best boy
Nick McCarthy .... swing
Sean O'Brien .... grip
Gary Potashnick .... key grip
Brian Pryzpek .... gaffer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Caren Castleman .... wardrobe production assistant
Corinne Leveque .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Alex Kuciw .... assistant editor
Music Department
Tracy McKnight .... music supervisor
Alex Noyes .... music recording engineer
Other crew
Adrian Brougher .... assistant production coordinator
Andrea F. Cannistraci .... production legal
Antoinette Carone .... additional production assistant
Matt Demier .... post-production accountant
Yurgi Ganter .... additional production assistant
Frank Harding .... set production assistant
Diane Hounsell .... additional script supervisor
Amy Jelenko .... set production assistant
Eric Katz .... location scout
Lauren Keane .... location manager
G. Charles McNally .... set production assistant
Yael Melamede .... production assistant
Christian Montalbano .... set production assistant
Tamari Pacanowski .... researcher
Florence Poulain .... production coordinator
Rita Romagnino .... set production assistant
Andrew Schauer .... additional production assistant
Renée Silverman .... script supervisor
Rose Sorbara .... production assistant
Laura Stucin .... caterer
Guney Yildrim .... additional production assistant

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81 min
Aspect Ratio:
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According to an interview with writer/director Hilary Brougher at the IndieWire website, she and producer Isen Robbins were originally planning to shoot this movie in their apartments on video.See more »
Isaac:We don't have much time.
Tucker:What do you mean?
Isaac:Think of nonlinear time as a pie. We can eat the pieces in any order, but you can't eat the same slice twice. And baby, I've eaten a lot of pie.
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10 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Ignore the low rating, this film is pure entertainment., 11 October 2003
Author: skelk from Notts, UK

I came across this title when searching the extensive collections of sci-fi time travel films. I dare say that I was not initially impressed with the things I found, but the actual blurb won me over. I found this on DVD for £4.99 retail which was a bargain.

The film begins with what can be described as "sesame street Colouring". The camera was obviously low budget, so the colours all appear murkey and bleed into each other. This would have been where I would have stopped watching which would have been a real mistake.

The premise of the film quickly takes hold, and you learn about the characters in a very alternative fashion. The film is seperated into sections that have very little connectivity until the storyline takes hold. This is where the film comes into its own.

The film is part colour part black and white, giving the indication of which time period you are in. This is a really simple way of doing this but it is so effective. The slices of the film really come into place at the end and you realise what a masterpiece of direction this actually is. This really would have been excellent with a big screen budget if that could have been done without dumbing down the plot (probably not with the state of films today).

Give this film a chance, it is so cheap to buy, just slightly more than renting "Navy Seal's" which would be a waste of good money. If you give the first 20 minutes a chance you should enjoy it. (don't get drunk before, you might miss out on the plot).

7/10 (10/10 storyline, 9/10 entertainment value, 5/10 production value). TWELVE MONKEYS WITHOUT THE MONEY BUT MORE PLOT.

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