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  (in credits order)

Peter Outerbridge ... Bob Kozlowski

Alberta Watson ... Denise McGoogan

Janet Wright ... Sonia

Aron Tager ... Rad

Mark Wilson ... Det. Percy Harris

Alex Karzis ... Savo

Joseph Scoren ... Elija

Oliver Becker ... Tomas

John Bourgeois ... Woody

Emily Hampshire ... Holly
Travis Cunningham ... Marcus

Nicu Branzea ... Dragan
Jon Granik ... Jon

David Hewlett ... Bud
Beatriz Pizano ... Maria

Kris Holden-Ried ... Troy (as Kristen Holden-Ried)

Paul Fauteux ... Blake
L.J. Vasilantonakis ... Clarence
Isabelle Moreau ... Sofie
David Eisner ... Lloyd
Michael B. King ... Mercer

Carlos Diaz ... Neil
Chris Benson ... Norris
Ken Pak ... Kwong
Frank Crudele ... Phil

Boyd Banks ... Ralph
Mike George ... Reporter (as Michael George)
Michelle Moffat ... Brenda
Victor Ertmanis ... Foster

Paul Essiembre ... Wallace

Jim McAleese ... Mark
Cintija Asperger ... Waitress
Gary Day

Directed by
Jerry Ciccoritti 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Andrew Rai Berzins 

Produced by
Frank Siracusa .... supervising producer
Bernard Zukerman .... producer
Original Music by
Sandy Moore 
Cinematography by
Gerald Packer 
Film Editing by
James Bredin 
Set Decoration by
Ray Hopkin 
Costume Design by
Tamara Winston 
Production Management
Ted Miller .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mark Tataryn .... first assistant director
Art Department
Mark McGann .... lead dresser
Sound Department
Alek Bromke .... adr assistant
Eva Madden .... assistant sound effects editor
Bob Melanson .... dialog editor
Allan Scarth .... re-recording mixer
Orest Sushko .... re-recording mixer
Krista Wells .... foley artist
Randy Butcher .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Marc Lougheed .... second assistant camera
John Medland .... still photographer
Marvin Midwicki .... camera operator
Harold D. Stroud .... gaffer (as Harry Stroud)
Christopher Watson .... best boy electric
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kim Harkness .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Frank Biasi .... on-line editor
Gary Fluxgold .... first assistant editor
Joanne Rourke .... colorist: tape-to-tape
Transportation Department
Jerry Skavinsky .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Linda Browne .... script supervisor
Alexandra Lane .... production coordinator
Lisa Perone .... assistant coordinator
Lisa Perone .... production assistant

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CBC movie destined to be the pilot for a Da Vinci's Inquest wanna-be, 9 April 2001
Author: Richard Maurer (ram-30) from Red Earth, Saskatchewan

"Chasing Cain" is a typical who-dun-it ala "Da Vinci's Inquest". The movie, a blatant pilot for a proposed series has little to offer to distinguish it from "D.I."("DaVinci's Inquest"). The show stars two homicide detectives played by Peter Outerbridge and Alberta Watson. Outerbridge is no stranger to TV cop shows having played law agents in both "The Commish" and "Millennium". On "Chasing Cain", Outerbridge plays Polish detective Bob Kozlowski. On the movie, he uses his Slovic knowledge to solve a murder in Toronto that may or may not have European roots in the motif. The history and tension between Croats and Serbs is used to full advantage in this drama. Another plus is the allusion to Cain and Abel in the title. The two bitter brothers in Genesis seem to symbolize the bitterness between the Croats and the Serbs. There's even a, perhaps unintentional, scene at a Serbian dance where someone places a dollar bill on a performer's brow. This represents Cain, who had a price on his head. If there is a series arising from this, I hope that it will continue to use Biblical allusions and ethnic culture in its plots to differentiate it from "D.I". Anyway, on it's own, "Chasing Cain" is an exciting, suspenseful movie and I, like Cain, give it a Nod.

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