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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Natalie Babbitt (novel)
Jeffrey Lieber (screenplay) ...
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Release Date:
11 October 2002 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
If you could choose to live forever, would you? See more »
Plot:
A young woman meets and falls in love with a young man who is part of a family of immortals. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
1 win & 3 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Good for all ages See more (121 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Alexis Bledel ... Winnie Foster

William Hurt ... Angus Tuck

Sissy Spacek ... Mae Tuck

Jonathan Jackson ... Jesse Tuck

Scott Bairstow ... Miles Tuck

Ben Kingsley ... Man in the Yellow Suit

Amy Irving ... Mother Foster

Victor Garber ... Robert Foster

Kosha Engler ... Miles' Wife
Richard Pilcher ... Constable
Bradley Coryell ... Lead Mill Boy
John Badila ... Baker
Julia Hart ... Sally Hannaway
Naomi Kline ... Beatrice Ruston
Kathryn Kelley ... Mrs. Hannaway
Brigid Cleary ... Mrs. Ruston

Sean Pratt ... Young Pastor
Kyle Prue ... Sore Loser
Neal Moran ... Lounge Tender
Irving Jacobs ... Old Timer

Robert Lewis ... Night Deputy (as Robert Logan)
Jean Schertler ... Grandmother Foster
Dominic Angelella ... Bernard Price

Theresa Flynn ... Mrs. Price
Elizabeth McNamara ... Maid
Steven Walker ... Card Player (as Steve Walker)
Maurice Philogene ... Bouncer
Kelly McDaniel ... Young Anna (Age 8)
Reeny Eul ... Young Anna (Age 11) (as Reeny Eal)
Jordin McDaniel ... Young Anna (14) (as Jordan McDaniel)
Beau Russell ... Beau (Age 3)
Dillion Gardner ... Beau (Age 8)
Charlie Cooper ... Beau (Age 11)
Lester Horn ... Driver at Croquet Game
Cynthia Webb ... Cook / Maid (as Cynthia Webb-Manly)

Stephen Szibler ... Dinner Guest
Sam De Crispino ... Dinner Guest

Tom McNutt ... Dinner Guest

Helen E. McNutt ... Dinner Guest (as Helene McNutt)
Megan Cooper ... Dinner Guest
Mac McLure ... Dinner Guest

Matthew R. Staley ... Dinner Guest (as Matthew Staley)
Tamara Carter ... Dinner Guest

Elisabeth Shue ... Narrator (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Randolph Caton ... Searcher (uncredited)
Bob Colletti ... Vigilante (uncredited)

Peter Epstein ... Vigilante (uncredited)

Rick Kain ... Store Clerk (uncredited)
Lauren Levitt ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Michelle Mulitz ... Natalie Foster (uncredited)

Directed by
Jay Russell 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Natalie Babbitt (novel)

Jeffrey Lieber (screenplay) and
James V. Hart (screenplay)

Produced by
Marc Abraham .... producer
Armyan Bernstein .... executive producer
Thomas A. Bliss .... executive producer
Deborah Forte .... executive producer
Jane Startz .... producer
William Teitler .... executive producer
Max Wong .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
William Ross 
 
Cinematography by
James L. Carter 
 
Film Editing by
Jay Cassidy  (as Jay Lash Cassidy)
 
Casting by
Mary Gail Artz 
Barbara Cohen 
Pat Moran 
 
Production Design by
Tony Burrough 
 
Art Direction by
Ray Kluga 
 
Set Decoration by
Catherine Davis 
 
Costume Design by
Carol Ramsey 
 
Makeup Department
Gina W. Bateman .... second makeup artist
Charmaine Henninger .... assistant hair stylist
Jeannee Josefczyk .... makeup artist
Cheryl 'Pickles' Kinion .... makeup artist
Annabelle MacNeal .... additional makeup
Thomas Nellen .... makeup department head
Linda Williams .... additional hair stylist
 
Production Management
Dana Robin .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Julian Brain .... second second assistant director
Alison C. Rosa .... second assistant director
John Rusk .... first assistant director
Kurt Uebersax .... additional second assistant director
 
Art Department
Elizabeth Bell .... set dresser
Carl Catanese .... additional set buyer
Michael Davis .... construction coordinator
Lisa Dietrich .... props
Patrick T. Eagan .... carpenter
Susanna Glattly .... scenic gangboss
Randy G. Herbert .... carpenter
Chris Lines .... art department coordinator
Ted Lubonovich II .... construction gang boss
Jeffrey D. McDonald .... assistant art director
John Millard .... set dresser
Silvija L. Moess .... scenic artist
Swift Moseley .... key greens
Ron Napier .... head foreman
Ted Nolan .... prop maker
Lucinda E. Pealer .... scenic
Scott T. Pina .... construction foreman
Willy Richardson .... painter
Jennie Hill Robinson .... assistant greens
Lorrie Walker .... property master
Steven Walker .... property master (as Steve Walker)
Tiffany Zappulla .... art department assistant
Brick Mason .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Dean Beville .... adr editor
Mark DeSimone .... adr engineer
Stephen Hunter Flick .... supervising sound editor
Kirk Francis .... production sound mixer
A.W. Gryphon .... adr coordinator (as Allison Wilke)
Dan Guachione .... boom operator
Jamie Hardt .... assistant sound editor
Samuel Lehmer .... sound re-recording mixer
Martin Lopez .... sound editor
Darrin Mann .... foley mixer
Charles Maynes .... supervising sound editor
Jon Mete .... dialogue editor
Jack M. Nietzsche Jr. .... boom operator
Jeffrey Perkins .... sound re-recording mixer
Alexander Schwartz .... foley artist
Cameron Steenhagen .... dialogue editor
Greg ten Bosch .... foley editor
Gary Coppola .... foley mixer (uncredited)
Erin B. Lillis .... sound intern (uncredited)
Edward M. Steidele .... foley artist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Mark Bero .... special effects coordinator
William Catania .... special effects technician
Douglas Retzler .... special effects assistant
Thomas Turnbull .... special effects technician
 
Visual Effects by
Mat Beck .... visual effects supervisor
Shawn Broes .... digital mastering editor
Chris Flynn .... digital compositor
Cindy Jones .... visual effects producer
Erik Liles .... digital compositor
Trent Smith .... visual effects coordinator
Greg Strause .... digital effects supervisor
Yoshiya Yamada .... animator
Yoshiya Yamada .... modeler
Colin Strause .... 3D supervisor: Pixel Envy (uncredited)
 
Stunts
G.A. Aguilar .... stunt coordinator
Jennifer Badger .... stunt double: Alexis Bledel
Blaise Corrigan .... stunts
Peter Epstein .... stunts
Jeffrey Lee Gibson .... stunts
Jeff Johnson .... water safety coordinator (as Captain Jeff Johnson)
Rick Le Fevour .... stunts
David Brian Martin .... stunt double: jonathan jackson
Stephen A. Pope .... utility stunts
Kenneth Shelton .... stunt double
Brian Smyj .... key stunt rigger
Jay Spadaro .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Wayne Arnold .... assistant camera
John C. Barber .... grip
Rhett Bloomquist .... grip
Rob Coughlin .... electrician
Jennifer Evans .... grip
Rodney French .... key grip
Rusty Gardner .... video assist operator: second unit (as William 'Rusty' Gardner)
John Hamilton .... camera loader
John R. Hamilton .... film loader
Steve Hurson .... first assistant camera
Mark Hutchings .... grip
Michael Kleiman .... additional second assistant camera
Richard Klompus .... video assist operator
Martin J. Layton .... director of photography: second unit (as Marty Layton)
Ethan McQuerrey .... grip
Ron Phillips .... still photographer
Mark Walpole .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
 
Casting Department
Carlyn Davis .... extras casting
Molly Dedham .... extras casting
Terri Douglas .... adr voice casting
Kevin Gassman .... casting assistant
Pat Moran .... casting: Baltimore
Luis Sanchez-Cañete .... extras casting
Leanna Sheldon .... casting associate
Jonathan Strauss .... casting associate: New York
John Strawbridge .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marisa Aboitiz .... costume supervisor: Los Angeles
Linda M. Boyland .... set costumer
Carl Curnutte III .... set costumer
Deb Dalton .... costume supervisor
Lois DeArmond .... assistant costume designer
Robert DeGrazia .... set costumer
Robert DeGrazia .... set costumer: second unit
Catharine Fletcher Incaprera .... assistant costume designer
Mara Majorowicz .... key costumer
Christine Wada .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Mike Bellamy .... senior digital film colorist
Jonathan Chibnall .... first assistant editor
David Dresher .... post-production executive
Anthony Durazzo .... apprentice editor
Kimberly Masimore .... post-production
Dana Mulligan .... first assistant editor
Jeff Smithwick .... color timer
Stuart Sperling .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Brian Bulman .... assistant music editor
George Doering .... musician
Lesley Langs .... music editor
Larry Mah .... digital score recordist
Maria Newman .... musician
John Rodd .... orchestral scoring recordist
Booker White .... music preparation
Frank Macchia .... music preparation (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Charles E. Bauer .... driver
Jacqueline L. Hurd .... picture car coordinator (as Jacqueline Hurd)
Thomas F. Lombardi .... picture car coordinator
Michael Luckeroth .... driver
Gerald Titus .... driver
Douglas A. Walk .... transportation co-captain
 
Other crew
Annie Noel Applegarth .... location manager
Kathi Ash .... location manager
Chris Barber .... assistant location manager
Mark Barclay .... assistant: Thomas A. Bliss
Thomas 'Doc' Boguski .... production coordinator
Erik Boring .... location assistant
Ann Christman .... assistant to director
Thomas M. Cornelius .... key craft services
Scott Cunningham .... choreographer
Frank J. Ellison .... production accountant
Caprice Ericson .... location scout
Ginny Galloway .... assistant production office coordinator
Kim Garman .... second assistant accountant
Karen Glass .... production executive
Deirdre Horgan .... script supervisor
Gabriel Horn .... stand-in
Inger Jackson .... photo double: Winifred Foster
Jeff Johnson .... key medic
Jeff Johnson .... set medic
Chris Kable .... assistant: William Hurt
Jerry Kiesewetter .... production assistant
Stephanie Lovell .... key set production assistant
Kimberly Masimore .... assistant to director and producer
Maureen McEvoy .... set production assistant
Michael McKennitt .... wrangler
Billy Mulligan .... assistant to producer
Dawson Nolley .... accounting clerk
Molly Proctor .... payroll accountant
Judith Rheiner .... unit publicist
Darla Robinson .... photo double: Mae Tuck
Lori Scowley .... first assistant accountant
Christopher Sneade .... production assistant
Matthew R. Staley .... photo double: Miles Tuck
Catherine Wheatley .... assistant: Marc Abraham
Robert S. Wilhelm Jr. .... production assistant
Matthew Della Polla .... synthesizer programmer (uncredited)
Rick Kain .... stand-in: Jonathan Jackson (uncredited)
Anne Lockhart .... adr loop group (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Terrence Malick .... special acknowledgment
 

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MPAA:
Rated PG for some violence
Runtime:
90 min | Argentina:96 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Jonathan Jackson, playing a 17-year-old character, is actually one year younger than Alexis Bledel, who plays a 15-year-old character. Bledel was 21 at the time of the film's release, and Jackson was 20.See more »
Goofs:
Anachronisms: When Joshua Jackson and Alexis Bledel's characters go swimming, she tells him that she can't swim and he says, "You're joshing me," which was a popular saying in 2002, but was not in existence in the time period (early 1900s) when the scene takes place.See more »
Quotes:
Angus Tuck:If there's one thing I've learned about people, it's that many will do anything, anything not to die. And they'll do anything to keep from living their life.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Eulogy (2004)See more »

FAQ

What's the significance of the photo that the Man in the Yellow Suit shows Constable Henry?
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44 out of 51 people found the following review useful.
Good for all ages, 16 May 2004
Author: rbverhoef (rbverhoef@hotmail.com) from The Hague, Netherlands

'Tuck Everlasting' is one of those sweet movies with a lot of flaws you don't care about. You could ask question after question but I did not find a reason to do so. The story about an immortal family and a young teenager that comes into their lives is probably a well known story for some audiences, but I didn't know it. The immortal family exists out of father Angus Tuck (William Hurt), mother Mae (Sissy Spacek) and two sons named Miles (Scott Bairstow) and Jesse (Jonathan Jackson). The young teenager who is taken by the family so she can not reveal their secret is Winnie Foster (Alexis Bledel).

Although at first the family thinks Winnie needs to be killed, things change when Jesse Tuck and Winnie start to have feeling for one another. Winnie becomes a new member of the family. In the mean while we have Winnie's parents (played by Amy Irving and Victor Garber) looking for her. A man in a yellow suit (Ben Kingsley) is actually looking for the Tuck family but thinks he will find the girl with them as well. He knows how the Tucks have found their immortality and has plans for himself.

You can probably understand how many flaws a movie like this must have. There a couple of reasons we don't really want to ask too many questions. First of all it is a good thing the movie keeps the attention in the middle of everything. It does not really focus on the reason of immortality, it does not really focus on the relationship between Jesse and Winnie and it does not really focus on the outsiders like Winnie's parents and the Kingsley-character. Although that is not a good thing in most movies it works perfectly here.

Another reason you don't want to ask questions is Alexis Bledel together with Jonathan Jackson. They are sweet together, have some nice scenes. Although you sometimes see the Rory Gilmore of 'The Gilmore Girls' Bledel does a nice job with her Winnie Foster. Jonathan Jackson, who I only know from a small part in 'Insomnia', is a good choice for Jesse. This and three other respectable actors like Hurt, Spacek and Kingsley make sure the movie does not fail on that level.

All this together with a very nice score and some beautiful images make this a very good movie. It is perfect for the whole family. If you can forget the flaws, forget the question you might have, you must be able to fully enjoy this.

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