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Chris Penn ... Bill Holt

Jeffrey Wright ... Ninny

Anthony DeSando ... Sean

Sherilyn Fenn ... Lyndel

Henry Czerny ... Truman

Gregory Jbara ... Fergus

Titus Welliver ... Moe

Yorgo Constantine ... Danny

Richard Edson ... Robbo

Kevin Jackson ... Carter

Max Martini ... Mic (as Maximilian Martini)

Steffiana De La Cruz ... Party Girl (as Steffiana Dela Cruz)

Erin Matthews ... Connie

Chris McKenna ... Highway Patrol Officer #1
Diana Morgan ... Newscaster
Carmen Nogales ... Maria

Michele Nordin ... Party Girl
Mia Suh ... Highway Patrol Officer #2
Bryan Vincent ... Shoe Salesman

Directed by
Adrian Pasdar 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Justin Monjo  written by

Produced by
Thomas Colitsas .... executive producer
Carl Colpaert .... executive producer (as Carl-Jan Colpaert)
Jeff Dowd .... co-executive producer
Will Flaherty .... co-producer
Jack Haigis .... associate producer
Jeff Kirshbaum .... line producer
Jason Lust .... co-executive producer
D.J. Paul .... producer
Brenda Reiss .... executive producer
Susan Shapiro .... executive producer
Adrian Pasdar .... producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Doug Caldwell 
Paul Taylor 
Anthony Vanger 
Cinematography by
Geary McLeod 
Film Editing by
Jack Haigis 
Casting by
Gary M. Zuckerbrod 
Production Design by
Michael Krantz 
Art Direction by
Gregg Gibbs 
Set Decoration by
Jennifer Ho 
Costume Design by
Sevilla Granger  (as Cherie Sevilla Granger)
Makeup Department
Tiffany Shelby .... additional makeup artist
Tina Sims .... hair stylist supervisor
Production Management
Charley Cabrera .... unit production manager
Harvey Greenberg .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Alperowitz .... first assistant director: additional photography
Camille Chidiac .... additional first assistant director
David Allen Cluck .... first assistant director
Jay Ostrowski .... second second assistant director
Aaron Penn .... second assistant director
Aaron Walters .... second assistant director: additional photography
Art Department
Ellis J. Barbacoff .... assistant property master
Tony Bonaventura .... property master
John Bullard .... construction coordinator (as John B. Bullard)
Santi Hito .... leadman
Ivan Hurzeler .... assistant art director
David Incorvala .... on-set dresser (as David Incorvaia)
David Incorvala .... storyboard artist (as David Incorvaia)
Sound Department
R.D. Floyd .... sound re-recording mixer
Mike Gitman .... sound re-recording mixer
Bryant Grizzell .... boom operator
Jack Haigis .... supervising sound editor
Randy Lawson .... sound mixer
Tom Parker .... adr recordist
Alan Porzio .... sound effects editor
John Post .... foley artist
Lance Wiseman .... adr editor
Lance Wiseman .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
Frank Ceglia .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Christopher Dusendschon .... in-show optical process and effects compositor: THDX (uncredited)
Christopher Dusendschon .... optical element Hazeltine colorist: THDX (uncredited)
Randall Archer .... stunt double
Hiro Koda .... stunt coordinator
Hiro Koda .... stunts
Banzai Vitale .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Dave Abernatha .... grip
Valérie Blier .... still photographer
Chris Brow .... dolly grip
Jonathan Brown .... Steadicam operator
Otis Burke .... grip
Pete Johnson .... key grip
Chris Kovalski .... best boy grip
Giovani Lampassi .... gaffer
Erik Loysen .... electrician
Erik Loysen .... grip
Lance Mitchell .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Eric Moore .... best boy electric
Charles Papert .... director of photography: additional photography
David Sammons .... first assistant camera: re-shoots
Gary Spaulding .... grip
Martijn Veltman .... grip
Gregory White .... first assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Amy Brubaker .... wardrobe supervisor
Liz Fairbairn .... seamstress
Michelle Martini .... dresser
Editorial Department
Rita DaSilva .... apprentice editor
Mato .... color timer
Location Management
Michael Lovin .... location manager
David C. Romano .... location manager: re-shoots
Music Department
William Ewart .... music supervisor (as Bill Ewart)
Philip W. Gough .... composer: additional music
Jack Haigis .... music editor
Transportation Department
Matthew Ballard .... transportation coordinator
Karl E. Nelson .... driver: honeywagon (as Karl Nelson)
David C. Romano .... transportation coordinator: re-shoots
Other crew
Faith Brooks .... production coordinator (as M. Faith Brooks)
Blake Busby .... graphic artist: titles
Alex Campbell .... consultant
Corky Cronin .... key set production assistant (as Charles 'Corky' Cronin)
Jim Dobson .... unit publicist
Genevieve Duraire .... production accountant
Gabi Endicott .... script supervisor (as Gabrielle Endicott)
Catherine Generous .... assistant accountant
John Laaks .... assistant production coordinator
A.J. Lipp .... set production assistant
Shereen Noon .... set production assistant
Jennifer Rae Smith .... title coordinator
Dan Riley .... legal assistant
Jarrod Robbins .... set production assistant
Leigh Brillstein .... special thanks
Paul D'Ambrosio .... special thanks
Susan De Palma .... special thanks
Steve Dontanville .... special thanks (as Steven Dontainville)
Joe Ely .... special thanks
Mike Fay .... special thanks (as Michael Fay)
Howard Fine .... special thanks
David Greenwalt .... special thanks
Jack Gwaltney .... special thanks
Charle Landry .... special thanks
Traci Lind .... special thanks (as Tracy Lind)
Doug MacLaren .... special thanks
Holt McCallany .... special thanks
John McNamara .... special thanks
Cecilia Peck .... special thanks
Leo Penn .... dedicated to the memory of
Jon Resnik .... special thanks (as Jon B. Resnik)
Bruce Robison .... special thanks
Charlie Robison .... special thanks
Joey Sagal .... special thanks
Diane Upson .... special thanks

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Rated R for strong violence, language, drug use and some sexuality
Australia:95 min | Germany:97 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Originally, musician Charlie Robison was to play the main character, eventually played by Chris Penn.See more »
Robbo:[to Bill Holt] Hey, hey, hey, Ankles, look, even though you're not wanted here, the least you could do is respect the rules of the house. You know what the rules of the house are. Gimme your piece.
Lyndel:Don't worry, Robbo, I'll make sure he keeps it in his pants, okay?
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References "Profit" (1996)See more »
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3 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
Noir schmoir. This flick sucked., 19 January 2003
Author: George Parker from Orange County, CA USA

"Cement" is a bad movie about a bad cop (Penn) with a bad attitude and a bad disposition who has a bad guy in a bad way up to his cajones in fast drying concrete. While we're waiting for the cement to dry and the film to figure out what it's about, we're periodically jerked back in time without rhyme or reason so we can watch events leading up to the cement thing. A boring junk flick overall, "Cement" suffers from lack of a story, a clumsy execution, and that most ubiquitous of filmdom's faults; no reason to care. A time killer for the needy couch potato at best. (D+)

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