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Writers (WGA):
Frank Wyka (book)
Irving Belateche (screenplay) ...
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A Tale Of Crime And Suspense
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  (in credits order)

William McNamara ... Tom Baker

Amy Locane ... Ann Campbell

Frederic Forrest ... Det. Luddy

Priscilla Barnes ... Chloe
Kara Keough ... Katie

Amanda De Cadenet ... Jean (as Amanda de Cadenet)
Elizabeth Barondes ... Det. Karen Orr

Roger Clinton ... Lt. Carney
Jody Wood ... Mike Stanley

Terri Hoyos ... Charlotte
Shelly Gant ... Nurse
Glen Smith ... Mr. Tury

Richard Tyson ... Carl

Philip Baker Hall ... John Sawyer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Webb Millsaps ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Irving Belateche 
Writing credits
Frank Wyka (book "Wishful Thinking")

Irving Belateche (screenplay) &
Webb Millsaps (screenplay)

Produced by
Brad Luff .... executive producer
Webb Millsaps .... executive producer
Sarah Morse .... associate producer
Vicky Pike .... producer
Dennis Sugasawara .... line producer
Original Music by
Eric Speier 
Cinematography by
Carl Bartels (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Anthony Adler 
Casting by
Steve Brooksbank 
Set Decoration by
Jill Parry  (as Jill Anna Parry)
Makeup Department
Jennifer Johnson .... assistant makeup artist
Jennifer Johnson .... hair stylist
Mica Koizumi .... key hair stylist
Mica Koizumi .... key makeup artist
Julie Zvorsky .... hair stylist
Production Management
Casey Dean Eberhart .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Alperowitz .... first assistant director
James Grayford .... second assistant director
Benjamin Schneider .... second assistant director
Michael Whitecar .... second second assistant director (as Mike Witecar)
Art Department
Greg Archibeque .... swing
Nancy Dahl .... property master
Rob Evans .... lead person (as Rob Evens)
Kevin Lewis .... swing
Sound Department
Doug Andham .... adr recordist (as Doug Andorka)
Erik Blank .... adr editor (as Eric Blank)
Keith Burhans .... dialogue editor
Rick Delena .... post-production audio coordinator (as Ricky Dalena)
Mike Draghi .... sound re-recording mixer
Eric Jaffe .... sound effects editor
John Kohlbrenner .... sound effects editor
Heather Leavitt .... adr supervisor
Jesse Pomeroy .... adr editor
Douglas Salkin .... supervising sound editor
Melissa Sewell .... sound effects editor
James P. Slingluff .... sound mixer (as Jim Slingluff)
Don Teschner .... barber boom operator
Gretchen Thoma .... foley artist
Donald Vespoint .... boom operator (as Jim Vespoint)
Galen Walker .... supervising sound editor
Special Effects by
David Waine .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Dan Winthrop .... opticals
Lisa Dempsey .... stunt double: Amy Locane
Mike Gunther .... stunts
Michael R. Long .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
James 'Keeper' Auld .... key grip
Angel Colmenares .... director of photography: second unit
Brent Fleury .... camera loader
Brent Fleury .... camera production assistant
Nick Franco .... first assistant camera
Greg Jarrett .... best boy
Christopher Kiso .... key rigging grip (as Chris Kiso)
Mike Longo .... second assistant camera
Scott Marsden .... electrician
Gino Mifsud .... still photographer
Richard Ralston .... electrician
Kenneth Stipe .... photographer: second unit (as Ken Stipe)
Burton Vargas .... best boy
Casting Department
Debe Waisman .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Christine Kelly .... wardrobe assistant
Cesha Ventre .... set costumer
Linda Yao .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Bob Fredrickson .... color timer
Chris Weber .... negative cutter
Vartan Nazarian .... associate editor (uncredited)
Music Department
Dave Jordan .... music supervisor
Bill Newlin .... music preparation
Bruce Polay .... conductor
Eric Speier .... orchestrator
Tom Strahle .... musician: guitars
Transportation Department
Alfonso Barba .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Sandra Branch .... set production assistant
Jason Adam Cox .... assistant production coordinator
Nichola Ellis .... unit publicist
Michelle Gold .... set production assistant
Scott E. Hart .... animal wrangler
Steve Howard .... location manager
Emma Humphrey .... set production assistant
Jeana Keough .... welfare coordinator (as Jeana Keogh)
Margery Kimbrough .... script supervisor
Sandy Moreno .... post-production accountant
Amy Nelson .... craft service
Nikki Parker .... unit publicist
Kurt Patino .... set production assistant
David Prystowsky .... set production assistant
Dan Winthrop .... titles: designer/director

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Rated R for violence, language and a scene of sexuality
UK:91 min
Germany:16 | Iceland:16 | Portugal:M/12 (video premiere) | UK:15 | USA:R

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Audio/visual unsynchronized: When Tom is telling Annie how to act and she looks across the street at a woman and child walking, Tom is talking, but his mouth isn't moving.See more »


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3 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Roger Clinton's Best Performance!, 17 January 2000
Author: Eric Chapman ( from Pittsburgh, PA

Roger Clinton steals this film as a head-shaking Sheriff who stands around a lot at crime scenes and lets everybody else do the figuring out and stuff. Roger is from the Naturalistic school of acting in that you really can't tell he's acting.

Actually, this is typical HBO Filler that's mostly Amateur Hour, but earns some style points and is at least a couple notches above say, Fred Olen Ray. It does generate some suspense, mostly due to another one of William McNamara's intense turns as a full blown psycho. Boyishly handsome in a Montgomery Clift way, there's still something fishy and warped about him that directors seem to like to capitalize on. You also have to sort of admire the way this film so doggedly tries to work out its tired plot.

Speaking of tired, poor Frederick Forrest. He looks exhausted, and of course, quite embarrassed. Priscilla Barnes appears as a drug addicted floozy, and she's really become a pretty gutsy actress as she's aged and her looks have faded. The little girl who is kidnapped is quite poor, however, and because she seems so curiously unmoved and unaffected by all the violence and strangeness going on around her, much of the drama is drained away. Amy Locane, as McNamara's innocent girlfriend, has a good rapport with the girl, but isn't able to convey the complexities of emotion her role demands.

The plot depends on major implausabilities and absurd coincidences, but in all fairness, no more so than many bigger budgeted action flics. There's reason to believe the director could go on and make a halfway decent film in the future.

Finally, this film could also be seen as an unconventional tutorial for single parents looking for a way to circumnavigate the adoption system.

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