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Auggie Rose -- An insurance salesman's humdrum existence takes a turn when a stranger, ex-con Auggie Rose, unexpectedly dies in his arms. Assuming the identity of the dead man, the salesman embarks on a double life, keeping it secret from his live-in girlfriend.
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Director:
Writer (WGA):
Matthew Tabak (written by)
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Changing your identity can be deadly See more »
Plot:
An insurance salesman's humdrum existence takes a turn when a stranger, ex-con Auggie Rose, unexpectedly dies in his arms... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Wonderfully intriguing and entrancing fable about changing one's life See more (25 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Jeff Goldblum ... John Nolan

Anne Heche ... Lucy Brown

Nancy Travis ... Carol

Timothy Olyphant ... Roy Mason

Joe Santos ... Emanuel

Richard T. Jones ... Officer Decker

Kim Coates ... Auggie Rose

Paige Moss ... Noreen

Casey Biggs ... Carl

Peter Siragusa ... Tony

Jack Kehler ... Oscar Weeks

J.E. Freeman ... Pawn Shop Owner

Douglas Roberts ... Dr. Sachs

Max Perlich ... Landlord
Randall Slavin ... Robber

Amy Hill ... Karla

Hawthorne James ... MacDougall

Tony Genaro ... Romeo

Nick Chinlund ... Used Car Salesman
David Dunard ... Desk Sergeant (as David S. Dunard)

Tony Perez ... Detective Cole
Erich Anderson ... Paul

Sydney Walsh ... Suzanne

Michael Chieffo ... Mr. Wilson
Kathrine Dillon ... Mrs. Wilson

Adilah Barnes ... Mailperson

Jon Huertas ... Paramedic #1

Tony Abatemarco ... Maitre D'

Gerald McCullouch ... Mr. Lark
Racquel Krupsaw ... Mrs. Lark (as Raquel Krupsaw)

Anthony DeSantis ... Evidence Attendant
Richard Pagano ... Deli Owner (as Rick Pagano)

Richard Gilbert-Hill ... Officer Woods
Tom Miller ... Paramedic #2
Tanya Beilke ... Waitress

Diana Terranova ... Bartender
Charlie ... Charlie the Parrot
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Joe Chrest ... Rhineback (uncredited)

Vince Jolivette ... Customer In Store (uncredited)
Matthew Tabak ... Customer at the End (uncredited)

Directed by
Matthew Tabak 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Matthew Tabak (written by)

Produced by
William Paul Clark .... associate producer
Mark McGarry .... executive producer
Richard Pagano .... co-producer
Matthew Rhodes .... producer
Elie Samaha .... executive producer
Jeremiah Samuels .... executive producer
Tracee Stanley .... co-producer
Andrew Stevens .... producer
Dan Stone .... producer
 
Original Music by
Don Harper 
Mark Mancina 
 
Cinematography by
Adam Kimmel 
 
Film Editing by
Brian Berdan 
 
Casting by
Eyde Belasco 
Richard Pagano 
 
Production Design by
Caroline Hanania 
 
Art Direction by
Christopher Tandon 
 
Set Decoration by
Lisa Fischer 
 
Costume Design by
Wendy Chuck 
 
Makeup Department
JoJo Myers Proud .... key hair stylist
Carol Strong .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Michael P. Flannigan .... production supervisor
Maureen Norton .... post-production supervisor
Jeremiah Samuels .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Susie Balaban .... second second assistant director
William Paul Clark .... first assistant director
Dawn Massaro .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Peter Bankins .... property master
Chris Barnes .... lead painter
Barry Jones .... paint foreman
Christina Ann Wilson .... assistant art director (as Christy Wilson)
Mark Woods .... lead man
 
Sound Department
Felipe Borrero .... sound mixer
Wayne Heitman .... sound re-recording mixer
Bruce Murphy .... dialogue editor
Gina Nuccio .... assistant dialogue editor
Brian Wittle .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
Dennis Petersen .... special effects coordinator
 
Stunts
Frank Torres .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dominic Aluisi .... camera loader
Tony Bryan .... electrician
Anthony M. Gutierrez .... second assistant camera
Mark Hyde .... grip
Jamie Lagerhausen .... key grip
John Mang .... dolly grip
Michael Martinez .... first assistant camera
Dale Robinette .... still photographer
Michael Santy .... camera operator: "a" camera
Matthew Whiteside .... electrician
 
Editorial Department
Joel T. Pashby .... assistant editor
Mark Linwood Tracy .... assistant editor
Chuck Winston .... color timer
 
Music Department
Chuck Choi .... score technical consultant
Steve Dierkens .... music recordist
Steve Kempster .... score mixer
Jeanette Surga .... music editor
 
Other crew
Devon Evans .... animal trainer
Kristen Figeroid .... assistant: Mr. Stevens
Scott Helms .... production assistant (as Scott J. Helms)
Nicki Johnson .... assistant production office coordinator
Catherine Kegan .... location manager
Christie Kwan .... production assistant
Bryan Palliccia .... production assistant
Gabriela Rios .... production office coordinator
Judith Saunders .... script supervisor
Ian Watermeier .... finance coordinator
 
Thanks
Chai Suksinpaiboon .... special thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Beyond Suspicion" - USA (alternative title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for language and some violence
Runtime:
109 min
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Goofs:
Continuity: When Nolan talks to the couple (Mr. and Mrs. Lark) about the insurance in his office, the cup in front of Mr. Lark changes positions several times between shots. It's in his right hand, then next to his right arm, then in his right hand again.See more »
Quotes:
John C. Nolan:I think you should go home and make love to your wife and pray nothing bad happens and ask yourself every day, "If it were to end right here, right now, would it be enough?"See more »

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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Wonderfully intriguing and entrancing fable about changing one's life, 29 June 2008
Author: robert-temple from United Kingdom

This is a truly superb film, and American TV director Matthew Tabak (whoever he is!) should be out there directing big Hollywood movies all the time, as he shows so much talent as the writer and director of this picture that he should be an icon by now. Is there no justice? His absence from the big screen for eight years is as puzzling as that of Gilles Mimouni, who after making 'l'Appartement' simply disappeared. This film is so sensitively and beautifully conceived and scripted, and so dazzlingly directed, that it is a real addition to the true cineaste's most select DVD collection. And all the performances are wonderful. The lead is Jeff Goldblum, in perhaps his finest performance ever. And most exciting of all is the fascinating Anne Heche, who has a face so full of character that she knocks any twenty other actresses into the shade without even trying and doesn't even need plastic surgery (please note, idiot-starlets!). The lighting cameraman has enhanced this by giving her face a mysterious and eerie glow, bordering on the supernatural. Her role is of a girl who seems to have dropped in from the sky anyhow. This film conveys a sense of the invisible forces at work in human destiny, and you can feel the spirits breathing down your neck. Old timer Joe Santos adds a superb character part to the mix. Richard T. Jones is outstanding. Everybody is good. This is a true ensemble success. The recipe for this wholly successful movie seems to have been: 'add some tabak and stir'. The story starts with a traumatic incident in which a man is killed by one of those disgusting little shits with a gun, robbing a deli to pay for his next heroine fix presumably. Jeff Goldblum is there at the time and the man dies in his presence. He becomes obsessed with this man, who was he, why does he have no next of kin who will claim his body, what is the mystery behind his life? This leads to a meeting with the amazing Anne Heche and a confusion of identities for Goldblum, who starts to lead the life of the dead man and abandon his own. It is weird stuff, but totally convincing. The original title of the film 'Auggie Rose' is the name of the dead man, whose identity ends up spanning two different men. If it were not for the intensity of Goldblum and the spellbinding performance by Heche, this film could have flopped. But the writer/director and the stars obviously completely believed in what they were doing, and therefore they pulled it off and have made a film which is really a minor classic.

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