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Nominated for Primetime Emmy. Another 3 wins & 8 nominations See more »
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 (Series Cast Summary - 7 of 42)

Michael Easton ... David Hume (22 episodes, 1999)
Karl Pruner ... Ian Farve / ... (22 episodes, 1999)

Cynthia Preston ... Olivia Hume (22 episodes, 1999)

Michael Anthony Rawlins ... Martin Ehrenthal (22 episodes, 1999)
Judith Krant ... Olan Chang (22 episodes, 1999)

Matthew Bennett ... James Calley (22 episodes, 1999)

Damon D'Oliveira ... Detective Moralez / ... (14 episodes, 1999)

Series Directed by
Mario Azzopardi (5 episodes, 1999)
Jorge Montesi (5 episodes, 1999)
David Warry-Smith (3 episodes, 1999)
Terry Ingram (2 episodes, 1999)
Rod Pridy (2 episodes, 1999)
Mark Sobel (2 episodes, 1999)
Series Writing credits
Art Monterastelli (22 episodes, 1999)
Elliot Stern (5 episodes, 1999)
Jeff King (4 episodes, 1999)
Ted Mann (4 episodes, 1999)
Michael Thoma (3 episodes, 1999)
Kristy Dobkin (2 episodes, 1999)
W.K. Scott Meyer (2 episodes, 1999)

Series Produced by
Dennis Chapman .... line producer (22 episodes, 1999)
Jeff King .... supervising producer (22 episodes, 1999)
Drew S. Levin .... executive producer (22 episodes, 1999)
Ted Mann .... consulting producer (22 episodes, 1999)
Series Original Music by
Zoran Borisavljevic (11 episodes, 1999)
Jack Lenz (11 episodes, 1999)
Series Cinematography by
Derick V. Underschultz (20 episodes, 1999)
Peter Wunstorf (2 episodes, 1999)
Series Film Editing by
James Bredin (9 episodes, 1999)
Eric Goddard (9 episodes, 1999)
Stephan Fanfara (2 episodes, 1999)
Robert K. Sprogis (2 episodes, 1999)
Series Casting by
Jon Comerford (12 episodes, 1999)

Paul Weber (unknown episodes)
Series Production Design by
Peter Cosco (9 episodes, 1999)
Taavo Soodor (2 episodes, 1999)
Series Art Direction by
Stephen Stanley (19 episodes, 1999)
Peter Cosco (13 episodes, 1999)
Series Set Decoration by
Brendan Smith (11 episodes, 1999)
Series Costume Design by
Maxyne Baker (22 episodes, 1999)
Series Makeup Department
Gordon J. Smith .... prosthetic effects designer / prosthetic effects supervisor (22 episodes, 1999)
Stephanie Ingram .... key hair stylist / hair stylist (10 episodes, 1999)
Debi Drennan .... makeup artist (5 episodes, 1999)
Marilyn O'Quinn .... makeup artist (5 episodes, 1999)
Series Production Management
Julie Lawrence .... post-production supervisor (22 episodes, 1999)
Ross Leslie .... unit manager (22 episodes, 1999)
Ramona Ng .... executive in charge of production (22 episodes, 1999)

Dennis Chapman .... production manager (unknown episodes)
Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Forsyth .... second assistant director (7 episodes, 1999)
Michael Johnson .... first assistant director (7 episodes, 1999)
Marcel Saumure .... second assistant director (7 episodes, 1999)
Delanie Prasek .... second assistant director (3 episodes, 1999)
Michael J. Bowman .... first assistant director (2 episodes, 1999)
Larry A. McLean .... second unit director (2 episodes, 1999)
Series Art Department
Victoria Klein .... property master (22 episodes, 1999)
Erin Leslie .... scenic artist (22 episodes, 1999)
Jesse O'Connor .... set dresser (22 episodes, 1999)
Travis Staley .... head carpenter (22 episodes, 1999)
Rob Valeriote .... assistant head carpenter (22 episodes, 1999)
Peter Constantinides .... construction coordinator (9 episodes, 1999)
Humberto Garcia .... first assistant art director (6 episodes, 1999)
Kent McIntyre .... sets buyer (6 episodes, 1999)
Wayne Wightman .... first assistant art director (3 episodes, 1999)

Greg Beale .... assistant art director (unknown episodes)
David Chevalier .... assistant art director (unknown episodes)
Scott Maple .... props maker: JJAMB Prod. (unknown episodes)
Sean McLoughlin .... assistant art director (unknown episodes)
Series Sound Department
Allen Ormerod .... sound re-recording mixer / re-recording mixer (22 episodes, 1999)
Steve Baine .... foley artist (10 episodes, 1999)
Stephen Barden .... sound effects editor / supervising sound editor / ... (10 episodes, 1999)
Scott Shepherd .... sound re-recording mixer / re-recording mixer (10 episodes, 1999)
Craig Henighan .... sound effects editor (9 episodes, 1999)
John J. Thomson .... sound / sound mixer (9 episodes, 1999)
Joe Bracciale .... dialogue editor (7 episodes, 1999)
Andrew Bray .... sound effects editor (5 episodes, 1999)
Lee de Lang .... assistant dialogue editor (5 episodes, 1999)
Susan Fairbairn .... assistant sound effect editor / assistant sound effects editor (5 episodes, 1999)
Angie Pajek .... dialogue editor (5 episodes, 1999)
Alan Zielonko .... boom operator (4 episodes, 1999)
Jill Purdy .... dialogue editor (3 episodes, 1999)

Alek Bromke .... adr assistant recordist: Toronto (unknown episodes)
Eric Shemkovitz .... adr recordist (unknown episodes)
Series Special Effects by
John LaForet .... special effects (7 episodes, 1999)
Steve Stanford .... special effects technician (6 episodes, 1999)
Series Visual Effects by
Jon Campfens .... visual effects supervisor (11 episodes, 1999)
John D.B. Cox .... visual effects post coordinator / visual effects on set supervisor (7 episodes, 1999)
Van LaPointe .... visual effects coordinator (5 episodes, 1999)
Sasha Jarh .... visual effects coordinator (4 episodes, 1999)

David Alexander .... 3D senior artist (unknown episodes)
Barb Benoit .... compositor (unknown episodes)
Mike Borrett .... motion control operator (unknown episodes)
Ian Britton .... motion graphics supervisor (unknown episodes)
Ray Caesar .... 3D animator (unknown episodes)
Dug Claxton .... compositor (unknown episodes)
Janeen Elliott .... digital compositor (unknown episodes)
Gudrun Heinze .... digital artist (unknown episodes)
Tracey Hollinrake .... visual effects coordinator (unknown episodes)
Brian Lui .... digital compositor / motion graphics: computer displays (unknown episodes)
Anthony Paterson .... computer displays: Nerve FX (unknown episodes)
Mark Savela .... visual effects coordinator (unknown episodes)
Joel Skeete .... senior compositor (unknown episodes)
Matthew Talbot-Kelly .... digital compositing artist (unknown episodes)
Linda Tremblay .... digital compositor (unknown episodes)
Rainy Venne .... digital artist (unknown episodes)
Wendy Whaley .... digital effects artist (unknown episodes)
George L. Wright .... compositor (unknown episodes)
Series Stunts
Ken Quinn .... stunt coordinator (7 episodes, 1999)
Mitchell Dean .... stunt double / stunts (2 episodes, 1999)
Wayne Wells .... stunt double / stunt performer (2 episodes, 1999)
Jennifer Vey .... stunts (1 episode, 1999)

Danny Lima .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Steve Lucescu .... stunt rigger / utility stunts (unknown episodes)
Edward A. Queffelec .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Branko Racki .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Robert Racki .... stunt double (unknown episodes)
Series Camera and Electrical Department
Sean Bourdeau .... key grip (10 episodes, 1999)
David Fisher .... gaffer (10 episodes, 1999)
R. Scott Phillips .... best boy (10 episodes, 1999)
Michael Carella .... focus puller: "a" camera (9 episodes, 1999)
Gilles Corbeil .... camera operator / camera operator: "a" camera (9 episodes, 1999)
John Foss .... best boy (9 episodes, 1999)
Joachim Martin .... camera operator: "b" camera (9 episodes, 1999)
Stephen Sebert .... focus puller: "b" camera (9 episodes, 1999)
James Tamblyn .... video playback / video playback operator (4 episodes, 1999)

Darren Boyce .... key rigging grip (unknown episodes)
Series Animation Department
Larry Adlon .... animator: monitor display (unknown episodes)
Series Casting Department
Paul Weber .... casting: USA / casting: U.S. (8 episodes, 1999)
Luella Lauber .... extras casting (5 episodes, 1999)
Eve Brandstein .... casting: U.S. / casting executive / ... (4 episodes, 1999)
Series Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jodi Katz .... costume supervisor (22 episodes, 1999)
Julie O'Brien .... assistant costume designer (11 episodes, 1999)

Angela Elter .... costume cutter (unknown episodes)
Series Editorial Department
Frank Biasi .... on-line editor (22 episodes, 1999)
Dale Gagne .... first assistant editor / first assistant picture editor (22 episodes, 1999)
Arlene Moelker .... colorist: dailies (22 episodes, 1999)
Series Music Department
Zoran Borisavljevic .... composer: theme music (2 episodes, 1999)
Series Transportation Department
Robert L. Davis .... transportation coordinator / transport coordinator (8 episodes, 1999)
Al Paldino .... transportation coordinator (2 episodes, 1999)

Lowell Greenspoon .... transportation (unknown episodes)
Series Other crew
Scott Cooper .... script coordinator / story coordinator (22 episodes, 1999)
Rose Mangone .... vice president: publicity & promotion (22 episodes, 1999)
Robin Sarafinchan .... production coordinator (22 episodes, 1999)
Elliot Stern .... creative consultant (18 episodes, 1999)
Meme Rhee .... story coordinator (11 episodes, 1999)
Lisa Shamata .... publicist (10 episodes, 1999)
Anne Toole .... assistant to producer (10 episodes, 1999)
Deborah Wozniak .... assistant to producer (10 episodes, 1999)
Jill Carter .... script supervisor (6 episodes, 1999)
Lisa Burling .... script supervisor (5 episodes, 1999)
Deb Geaghan .... production accountant (5 episodes, 1999)
Byron A. Martin .... location manager (5 episodes, 1999)
James Tamblyn .... video and computer playback coordinator (3 episodes, 1999)

Pamela Hackwell .... contact lens technician (unknown episodes)
Sacha Hindle .... 24 frame computer playback operator (unknown episodes)
Lindsay Hoffman .... production assistant (unknown episodes)
Steve Kolodziej .... video and computer playback operator (unknown episodes)

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Rated R for some violence, sexuality and language
Canada:44 min (22 episodes)
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Referenced in Chameleon 3: Dark Angel (2000) (TV)See more »


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15 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Unique show about the future, 26 June 2009
Author: FlorisV from Netherlands

When I read this show was very much Philip K Dick inspired, using many of his ideas, rather than just a spin off, I knew I had to see it.

Total Recall 2070 shows a futuristic world dominated by multinational corporations, many of them operating on Mars as well. While crime has reduced spectacularly, there are still many problems in society. The show deals with a lot of cyberpunk topics: brain manipulation, androids, genetics, virtual reality, viruses etcetera. The CPB, a type of independent police force, often competing with other jurisdictions, has their hands full on it.

Visually the show is literally very dark with sparse lighting and often a foggy, rainy scenery whenever things take place outside. Clearly the show had a tight budget, often repeating the same cgi imagery transiting between scenes to show parts of the city, but it was very cleverly used. The backgrounds show us but a glimpse of a grim world that is rebuilding itself on technology, nature having been destroyed mostly.

The show is not overly addictive, but I think this is because it is not as easy to digest as a lot of other shows. Also it may have to do with each episode being stand alone, limiting the complexity, though to a still more than adequate level.

It may come across as just another cop show, just set in the future, but it's really much deeper than your average police fare. Granted, some characters, like David Hume's wife, or the female lab researcher, Olan Chang, are underdeveloped. But Hume and Farve, his android partner, are excellently casted. Hume is the cool, but emotional and aggressive agent, while Farve is the brilliant investigator, looking for his unknown origins.

The ambient synth music fits very well with the whole Blade Runner feel. It would be unfair to compare it all with what Vangelis and Ridley Scott did for atmosphere: for a TV show they've done a good job transferring the script to a very watchable programme.

Total Recall has occasional swearing and some sex but it is all functional, not just for the heck of it. Overall a very smart show with a lot of conspiracy, cover ups, tensions, but most importantly very relevant issues regarding humanity's fate in a world where technology can be one's friend or worst enemy, depending who is using it, who wants to have it, who owns it and who decides what is legal to do with it.

Highly recommended for the patient viewer, in particular avid Philip K Dick and sci fi fans.

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