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Sollace Mitchell (writer)
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Jon Bon Jovi ... Jamey Meadows

Bai Ling ... Chun Hua

William Forsythe ... Gil Meadows

Jill Hennessy ... Patti

Peter Kwong ... Tony Lo Fat

John Ventimiglia ... Anton
Joseph Michael Marmo ... Joey / Gangster
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Diane Chang ... Han Feng - mother-in-law
Quentin Heggs ... Jiggy

Thomas Lennon ... Census Taker

Bridget Moynahan ... Apartment Owner

Alysia Reiner ... (scenes deleted)

Ava Lee Scott ... Neighbor (as Alba Albanese)
Joey Vega
Alvin Walker ... Jamey's street friend
Huan Wang ... Chun Hua's husband

Eileen Galindo ... Latina Girl in Apartment Building (uncredited)
John Quincy Lee ... Kidnapped Hostage (uncredited)

William J. Mendola ... Guy Kissing Girl on Bench (uncredited)
Ray Tom ... Gangster (uncredited)

Directed by
Sollace Mitchell 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Sollace Mitchell  writer

Produced by
Mary-Jane April .... line producer
Jennifer Dewis .... executive producer
Chip Duncan .... producer
Charles Falzon .... co-executive producer
Harvey Kahn .... producer
Lindsay Marx .... executive producer
Karen Montgomery .... co-producer
Charles Reiner .... executive producer
Claudia Vianello .... producer
 
Original Music by
Mader 
 
Cinematography by
Michael F. Barrow 
Zoltán David 
 
Film Editing by
Alex Albanese 
 
Casting by
Sheila Jaffe 
Georgianne Walken 
 
Production Design by
Joe Warson 
 
Set Decoration by
Elizabeth Meyerson 
 
Costume Design by
Kristen Couchot 
 
Makeup Department
Nicki Ledermann .... key makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jolyon Handler .... first assistant director
Amanda Slater .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Deborah M. Staab .... property master (as Debbie Staab)
 
Sound Department
Matthew Armstrong .... boom operator
Brian Bowles .... dialogue editor
Patrick Dundas .... adr supervisor
Mark Holland .... re-recording mixer
Mark Holland .... sound designer
Frank Morrone .... re-recording mixer
Noah Timan .... production sound mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Yakov Baytler .... 3D effects animator
 
Stunts
Roy Farfel .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Todd Csernecky .... best boy electric
Meraby Ellis .... best boy grip
 
Casting Department
Kristine Bulakowski .... extras casting: in-house
 
Location Management
Alfonso Trinidad .... location assistant
Rose Viggiano .... assistant location manager
 
Music Department
Phil Ramone .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Marco Ajello .... production assistant
Liza Alhadeff .... production assistant
Lisa Arnone .... script supervisor
Ed Baran .... publicist
 

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106 min
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[Jamey talking to an old woman, who's husband is dead. The old woman, however, does not think her husband is dead]
Jamey Meadows:Does this person speak any other languages than English at home?
Valerie Margeson:No, and you do not have to whisper. His hearing aid is off.
Jamey Meadows:How well does Mr. Margeson speak English? Would you say: Very well, well, not well or not at all?
Valerie Margeson:I suppose I have to say: Not at all.
Jamey Meadows:Have this person taken a job the last week?
Valerie Margeson:No
Jamey Meadows:No, already have a job? No, temporary ill? Or no for other reasons?
Valerie Margeson:Other reasons...
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Antithesis, 26 November 2006
Author: claudiashaft from Portugal

You had to see the movie to have an opinion, right?

Don't you ever advise anyone not to see a movie, whatever movie it is, for how bad it is.

Movies are made to be seen by everybody, my friend. Worst than your comment is people who refuse to see movies based on others opinions. If you don't want to give money to see it in a theater, fine. And, god, it's an independent movie! As if movies without budget weren't discriminated enough in the cinema business, there are still people that come and say "Oh, I've seen it. S****, don't watch it! It's a friendly advise!" Hope you're not related to cinema in any way. If I judged every movie by the crew and their personal life's, wouldn't likely see most of Collin Farrel's starring ones!

The ones to thank you for that unfortunate comment are ignorants.

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