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Stefanie von Pfetten ... Jane Bole (as Stefanie Von Pfetten)

Chris Bradford ... Frank

Christopher Shyer ... Det. Edwards
Sarah Rodgers ... Mary

Paul Jarrett ... Peter

Larry Musser ... Mr. Barnes
Samantha Crew ... Carol
James Bamford ... NY Photohrapher
Payton Rule ... Musician in Club
Jefreejon ... Musician in Club

Directed by
David Wheeler 
Writing credits
David Wheeler (written by)

Produced by
David Goodman .... executive producer
Kelsy Haynal .... line producer
Rob Landeros .... producer
Original Music by
Payton Rule 
Cinematography by
Calvin Kennedy (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Mike Schimanowsky 
Casting by
Bette Chadwick 
Production Design by
Andrew Bell 
Rob Landeros 
Stacey Malysh 
Set Decoration by
Julia Kininmonth  (as Julia Kinninmonth)
Costume Design by
Pamela Cameron 
Makeup Department
Laurie Nichols .... key hair stylist
Laurie Nichols .... key makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Paul Garrison .... second assistant director
John Penhall .... first assistant director
Gord Phillips .... trainee assistant director (as Gordon Phillips)
Art Department
Karin Bury .... graphic artist
Rob Landeros .... graphic artist
Rebeccah Mullen .... graphic artist
Cameron Odie .... on-set dresser
Jennifer Seymour .... graphic artist
Sound Department
Mike Paprocki .... boom operator
Mike Paprocki .... dialogue editor
Mike Paprocki .... foley artist
Mike Schimanowsky .... location sound mixer
Terry Wicks .... dialogue editor
Terry Wicks .... post audio mixer
Visual Effects by
Mike Schimanowsky .... compositing
James Bamford .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Scott Elwood .... grip
Gaetano Fasciana .... photographer
Kent Harkness .... grip
Steven Miko .... camera operator
Thomas Ryan Pilon .... best boy grip (as Ryan Pilon)
Rick Podd .... key grip
Ross Redhead .... grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Tara Jones .... on-set wardrobe
Location Management
Dina Holmes .... location manager (as Dina Zecchel)
Jessica Kill .... location production assistant
Sterling Landeros .... location production assistant
Other crew
Robert Barrett .... dvd authoring
Shawn Gilarowski .... continuity
Ron Gray .... craft service (as Ron Grey)
Ron Gray .... first aid (as Ron Grey)
Mike Potts .... catering
Darren Shmyr .... craft service (as Darren Schmyer)
Darren Shmyr .... first aid (as Darren Schmyer)
Noble Smith .... interactive writing
Charles Zuckermann .... production coordinator
Pat Batrynchuk .... special thanks
Gavin MacKenzie .... special thanks
Steve McKay .... special thanks
Geoff Nichol .... special thanks
Lorne Peters .... special thanks
Jeff Ramsay .... special thanks (as Jeff Ramsey)

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Also Known As:
"P.O.V." - Canada (English title) (short title)
"Point of View: An Interactive Movie" - USA (DVD title)
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Aspect Ratio:
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Frank:How would you feel if (pause)? Let me give you the inventory: you wake up in somebody's apartment; you've been whacked in the head; you can hardly walk; there are erotic paintings of you all over the place; and the individual who created this "Alice in Wonderland" nightmare, is about the most attractive and appealing person you've ever met?See more »
Movie Connections:
Follows Tender Loving Care (1997) (V)See more »
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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
interesting but not inspired, 21 July 2002
Author: dr_foreman from Brooklyn, NY

Point of View is a unique viewing experience, no doubt of that, but as an experiment it's only partially successful. The film is meant to be "interactive," and your reactions to what's happening on screen will change the course of the storyline. But as games go it's not deeply involving because your role is very passive - for the most part, you sit back and watch the story unfold without ever feeling like you're in the thick of it.

This format could be great, though. I'm a big fan of David Wheeler's earlier project Tender Loving Care, which had a more charged storyline and better actors. The presence of John Hurt gave TLC an aura of class that Point of View lacks. POV's cast of Canadian unknowns is okay, but nothing to write home about. Also, TLC allowed viewers to explore a detailed virtual environment in-between scenes of the movie; there is no such feature here so, again, it's not as involving as it could be.

But the storyline is pretty interesting, and for a low-budget production the photography is good. The locations are well-chosen; Canadian cities always look so clean, don't they?

Unfortunately the music score is pretty cheesy and very intrusive. The soundtrack is so loud, it distracts from the action on screen, and I'm not sure it really fits the mood of the movie.

Still, this might tickle your fancy if you're in the mood for something different. Just grab Tender Loving Care instead if you can find it.


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