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Say Nothing -- An unfulfilled married woman (Nastassja Kinski) becomes intrigued by an alluring suitor (William Baldwin) whose attention soon becomes obsessive.


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Madeline Sunshine (written by)
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Nastassja Kinski ... Grace

Hart Bochner ... Matt

William Baldwin ... Julian
Jordy Benattar ... Casey

Michèle Duquet ... Christine (as Michele Duquet)
Geoffrey Bowes ... Jack
Susie Dias ... Lupe
Andy Velasquez ... Carlos

Brooke Johnson ... Margo Loring
Jaymz Bee ... Concierge
Giuseppe Mercurio ... Restaurant Host (as Giuseppe 'Joe' Mercurio)

Samantha Espie ... Linda-Eds Secretary

Matt Gordon ... Tony Photographer
Sean MacMahon ... Dooley Griffin
Nicole Sherman ... Rita

Danny Lima ... Goon #1
Ryan Weichel ... Goon #2

Robert Tepper ... Singer
Moynan King ... Dr. Fulton
Kevin P. Patterson ... Lawyer

Peter Snider ... Leonard Carlman
Doris Debellis ... Masseuse

Directed by
Allan Moyle 
Writing credits
Madeline Sunshine (written by)

Produced by
Alan B. Bursteen .... executive producer (as Alan Bursteen)
Carlo Liconti .... producer
Michael Mosca .... associate producer
Incoronata Pagliuca .... associate producer
Andrew Pfeffer .... producer
Amanda Seward .... associate producer
Dimitri Villard .... executive producer
Ellen S. Wander .... producer (as Ellen Wander)
Kim Yu .... supervising producer
Donald Zuckerman .... producer
Original Music by
Geoff Bennett (uncredited)
Cinematography by
Walter Bal (director of photography)
Film Editing by
James Bredin 
Production Design by
Alta Louise Doyle 
Art Direction by
Alta Louise Doyle 
Anna Kiss 
Set Decoration by
Christina Kuhnigk 
Costume Design by
Judith England 
Makeup Department
Kelly Kavanagh .... co-key makeup artist (as Kelly A. Kavanagh)
Cindy Lou Tache .... hair stylist
Julie Wiktowy .... co-key makeup artist
Production Management
Allen Ford .... post-production supervisor
Samuel C. Jephcott .... production manager (as Sam Jephcott)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Simon Board .... first assistant director
September Death .... second assistant director
Krista Dutton .... trainee assistant director
Armen Kazazian .... trainee assistant director: second unit
John Le Savage .... first assistant director: second unit
Gerrod Shully .... third assistant director
Art Department
James Burke .... construction manager
James Burke .... head carpenter
Annique Duque .... on-set dresser
Rogue Espiritu .... set dresser buyer (as Rogue Espirito)
David Hoekstra .... property master
David Joseph .... leadman
John Moore .... apprentice art director
Nancy Prochuck .... assistant property master (as Nancy Prochak)
Debarah Rubinger .... set dresser buyer
Lisa Ryder .... props daily
Sound Department
Todd Beckett .... sound re-recording engineer
Rob Bertola .... sound effects editor
Tony Currie .... adr editor
Kathryn Dickson .... assistant sound editor
Rolando Duque .... boom operator
Diana Eljabri .... foley artist
Keith Elliott .... sound re-recording engineer
Mark Gingras .... supervising sound effects editor
David K. Grant .... sound recordist
Ken Hunold .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby (as Ken Hunoid)
Joe Lafontaine .... adr editor (as Joe La Fontane)
John Laing .... supervising dialogue editor
Byron Leckie .... sound trainee
Jason Perreira .... control room operator (as Jason Perreria)
Mark Zsifkovits .... sound re-recording engineer (as Mark 'Z' Zsifkovits)
Mike Woroniuk .... additional sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Dave Fulton .... special effects rigger
Jeff Skochko .... special effects coordinator
Steve Skochko .... special effects key
Derek Liscoumb .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Shane Million .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Jason Wells .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Mic Jones .... stunt coordinator
Eric Bryson .... assistant stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Danny Lima .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Duncan McLeod .... stunt double: William Baldwin (uncredited)
Robert Racki .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Robert Racki .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Stan Barua .... director of photography: second unit
Serge Hughes .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Alex Jordan .... best boy electric
Christos Kalohoridis .... unit photographer
Maarten Kroonenburg .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Tanya Kuzma .... dolly grip
Brent Marrale .... gaffer
Matt Sharpe .... best boy
Andrea Stark .... camera trainee
Glen Tucker .... genny operator
Mael Yaxley .... key grip
Casting Department
Dean E. Fronk .... casting: U.S.
Karen Hazzard .... casting: Canada
Donald Paul Pemrick .... casting: U.S.
Greg Sacks .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Teresa Belli .... wardrobe daily
Kim Forrest .... assistant costume designer
Michelle Moraal .... wardrobe daily
Tish Northrup .... wardrobe key set
Editorial Department
Gary Fluxgold .... assistant film editor
Vaughan Killin .... color timer (as Vaughan Killan)
Barbara Swift .... negative cutter: Neg Cutting Services
Location Management
Donato Baldassarra .... location manager
Darren J. Biro .... location production assistant (as D.J. Biro)
Christopher Dobbs .... assistant location manager
Michael Jannetta .... assistant location manager
Jym Morton .... location assistant
Music Department
Ron Proulx .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Ronald Archer .... driver
Helen Bone .... driver
Conor Cronin .... driver
John Dinsmore .... driver
Isa Elias .... driver
Garry Jenkins .... driver
Alexander Kalacska .... driver
John Maass .... driver (as W. John Maass)
Jeff McFarlane .... driver: honeywagon
Geoff McPeek .... driver captain
Dave Oldroyd .... driver (as David Oldroyd)
Mauro Sepe .... driver
Irene Tester .... driver
John Toffoli .... driver
Xavier Villada .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Claire Benoit .... legal
Heenan Blaikie .... legal
Laurel Bresnahan .... tutor coordinator (as Laurel Brsnahan)
Mark Bukator .... production accountant
Bernie Burford .... production executive
Ian Dimerman .... bank services: National Bank of Canada (as Ian Dimmerman)
Barry Gilmore .... adr director
Sean Jordan .... dailies
Sachne Kilner .... assistant to director
Nicola Lashley .... unit publicist
Soo-Won Lee .... script supervisor
Bill Marks .... production services
Lori Mathison .... production coordinator: Los Angeles
Dimitri Miletkil .... splinter
Musi Nardi .... production assistant
Carol Nesker .... tutor
James C. Novak .... payroll services: Entertainment Services Network Inc.
James C. Novak .... post-production accountant: Entertainment Services Network Inc.
Aurie Philosophe .... accounting assistant (as Aurie Philosoph)
Michelle Silberman .... tutor
Jim Sternberg .... completion bond: The Completion Guarantors
Masumi Suzuki .... truck supervisor
Krista Third .... production secretary
Martin Walters .... production services
Warren Wilensky .... production coordinator
Rena Hanover .... production assistant (uncredited)
Maneli Badii .... the producers wish to thank
Bailey Bursteen .... the producers wish to thank
Robert Conte .... special thanks (as Bob Conte)
Cindy Corson .... the producers wish to thank
Ken Dhaliwal .... the producers wish to thank
Jeff Geoffray .... the producers wish to thank
Benjamin Green .... the producers wish to thank
Michael Josten .... the producers wish to thank (as Mike Josten)
Walter Josten .... the producers wish to thank
Natalie Liconti .... the producers wish to thank
Robert L. Oppenheim .... the producers wish to thank (as Robert Oppenheim)
Isabel Preciado Loucks .... the producers wish to thank
Vanessa Sharpe .... the producers wish to thank
Martin Singer .... the producers wish to thank
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated R for language, sexuality and some violence
94 min | Germany:89 min (TV version)

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The photograph over the fireplace in Matt and Grace's home is one of Nastassja Kinski's posters.See more »
Plot holes: If it was Grace's and Matt's intent to lure Julian to the edge of the cliff and push him off, there would be no need to bail out of their own moving vehicle and risk injury or death themselves.See more »
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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Say interesting effort, 17 December 2001
Author: sumrrain from Denver

This film is not groundbreaking. I assume everyone was hired with the knowledge that they were shooting a story for Cinemax, and that they wanted quality in the production...but anything else was optional. It is not horribly bad, it just offers nothing new. Cut out the sex scenes and you have a Lifetime TV movie. But since this is Cinemax, we see a little more skin.

I thought I read somewhere that Nastassja Kinski wasn't doing anymore nude scenes. Scratch that. Well...almost. There are some topless scenes with William Baldin, but I'm getting ahead of myself.

Basically, this is Fatal Attraction in reverse. One difference is that nothing is as extreme as that film. No pets are boiled, etc. Kinski has a one night stand with Baldwin, who then sets out to wreck her marriage with Hart Bochner, who plays her husband. Baldwin plays a millionaire power player in a global corporation, and offers Bochner a prime position in his company. Of course the poor husband has no clue why he is being hired. This infuriates Kinski, and the manipulation continues.

I was quite entertained by the first two thirds of this film. The last third simply gets a little dull. Nothing too drastic really happens, just a lot of power play by Baldwin's character, which threatens the Bochner/Kinski marriage. It fizzles out.

The interesting thing about it is that Kinski plays an ex-model very close to her real life persona. Her past history as a top model is emphasized by showing her famous "Kinski and the serpent" pose by Avedon, her Andy Warhol tribute, etcetera. Kinski still looks fantastic as ever, does an okay job as the stalked wife. Her little girl voice is out of place at times, but there are a few instances where she overcomes that liability, and belts out her anger in a real woman's voice. My favorite scene is when she has an argument with Baldwyn in the men's room, he leaves, and a stranger who couldn't help but overhear walks out of a stall. She glares at him and yells, "WHAT!" I would have liked more of this. Baldwyn is properly snooty and oily, and Hart Bochner gives another unique performance as the betrayed husband.

It's just too bad that it all added up to not a whole lot of anything in the end.

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