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The Life of David Gale -- A man against capital punishment is accused of murdering a fellow activist and is sent to death row.

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Release Date:
21 February 2003 (USA) See more »
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The crime is clear. The truth is not.
Plot:
A man against capital punishment is accused of murdering a fellow activist and is sent to death row. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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2 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
I found this to be an excellently executed film in all respects with tight, compelling writing, superb acting, and an ending for which they should employ the old technique of not letting anyone in during the See more (412 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Kate Winslet ... Bitsey Bloom

Cleo King ... Barbara Kreuster
Constance Jones ... Reporter A.J. Roberts

Kevin Spacey ... David Gale

Laura Linney ... Constance Harraway
Lee Ritchey ... Joe Mullarkey

Gabriel Mann ... Zack Stemmons

Matt Craven ... Dusty Wright

Brandy Little ... Motel Waitress
Cindy Waite ... Margie

Jim Beaver ... Duke Grover

Leon Rippy ... Braxton Belyeu
Jesse De Luna ... Supervising Guard
Vernon Grote ... Door Guard

Rhona Mitra ... Berlin
Kimberly Tortorice ... Grad Student
Katie Lott ... Berlin's Classmate
Noah Truesdale ... Jamie Gale
Larissa Wolcott ... Jo Edna the Babysitter

Chuck Cureau ... Greer
Sean Hennigan ... Ross
Charles Sanders ... John
Mike Fontaine ... TV Assistant Director (as Michael Fontaine)

Marco Perella ... TV Host
Michael Crabtree ... Governor Hardin

Julio Cedillo ... Officer Ramirez
Christopher Meister ... Officer Hasermann

Melissa McCarthy ... Nico the Goth Girl

Elizabeth Gast ... Sharon Gale
Cliff Stephens ... University President
Chris Drewy ... Radio Shed Executive
Jeff Gibbs ... Josh
Katina Potts ... Rosie

Katherine James ... Beth

James Huston ... DeathWatch Chief / TV Reporter
Cindy Michelle ... Constance's Doctor

Chris Warner ... Hospital Orderly

Jennifer Dorsey ... College Girl (as Jennifer Halverson)

Maurice Moore ... Belyeu's Clerk
Brenda Sendejo ... Belyeu's Assistant

Julia Lashae ... New Homeowner
Rick Morrow ... Section 1835 Guard
Matthew Posey ... Inmate Cook
Julia Kay-Laskowski ... TV Soprano
Donald Braswell ... TV Tenor
Jack Gould ... Chaplain
Lynn Mathis ... Warden
Jack Watkins ... Photographer

Robert Lott ... Bullhorn Protester
Mark Voges ... Bullhorn Protester

Katherine Willis ... Bullhorn Protester
Gwyn Little ... Religious Woman
Patrick Fries ... News Cameraman
Pilar Ferreiro ... Barcelona Neighbor
Amparo Moreno ... Sharon's Maid
Claudia Parker ... Mail Girl
Joan Gispert ... Guillermo
Janis Kelly ... Liù
Mark Richardson ... Timur
Justin Lavender ... Calaf
Barbara Petricini-Buxton ... TV Reporter (as Barbara Petricini Buxton)
David Dahl ... TV Reporter

Asia De Marcos ... TV Reporter (as Asia DeMarcos)
Amparo García ... TV Reporter (as Amparo García-Crow)
Catenya McHenry ... TV Reporter

Brian Orr ... TV Reporter
Kirk Sisco ... TV Reporter
Cassandra L. Small ... TV Reporter
Oliver Tull ... TV Reporter
Michelle Valen ... TV Reporter
Tanya Zieger ... TV Reporter
Nick Dawson ... Interviewee

Steve Flanagin ... Interviewee
George Haynes ... Interviewee

Kathy Lamkin ... Interviewee
Evelyn Lindsey ... Interviewee
T.J. McFarland ... Interviewee
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Deborah Abbott ... Protestor (uncredited)
Stacy Lynn Austin ... Traveler (uncredited)

Jerry M. Barker ... Concerned Man (uncredited)

Johnny Bartee ... Protestor / Prison Inmate (uncredited)
Richard R. Bartholomew ... Businessman (uncredited)
Keith Bright ... Texas Governor's Aide (uncredited)
Ryan Brooks ... College Student (uncredited)

Pei-San Brown ... Flight Attendant (uncredited)
Starla Christian ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Peter Cornwell ... College Professor (uncredited)
Wade Couturiaux ... College Student / Activist (uncredited)
Steve Crawford ... Student (uncredited)
Constance Dasse ... Protestor (uncredited)
Matthew J. Dunn ... College Student (uncredited)

Ken Edwards ... State Trooper / Lunch Patron (uncredited)
Nikki Folsom ... Reporter (uncredited)
Joanna Gallagher ... Student (uncredited)

Ryan Hancock ... Drinking Game Contestant (uncredited)
Garrett Hargrove ... Coffee Boy (uncredited)

Peyton Hayslip ... Doctor (uncredited)

David Scott Heck ... Patient at AA Meeting (uncredited)
Landon Kash ... News Crew Cameraman (uncredited)

Robert H. Lambert ... Airline Pilot (uncredited)

Gabriel R. Martinez ... Reporter (uncredited)

Frank Matthews ... Protester (uncredited)

Ck McFarland ... Carla (uncredited)

Josh Meyer ... Sports Bar Youth (uncredited)
Brent Mitchell ... Governor's Bodyguard (uncredited)
Cindy Palla ... Victim's Mother (uncredited)

Roger Eduardo Palomino ... Background Reporter (uncredited)

Alan Parker ... Partygoer (uncredited)

Keith Poulson ... College Student / Activist (uncredited)
Glen Powell Sr. ... Prison guard (uncredited)
George Renteria ... Protestor (uncredited)
Nicole R. Roberts ... Protester / Party Girl (uncredited)

Michael Schmid ... Protester (uncredited)
Ryan Schneider ... Protester (uncredited)

Robin Simmons ... Interviewee (uncredited)
Melanie Stovall ... News Magazine Secretary (uncredited)

Danny Trevino ... Salsa Dancer (uncredited)

Ryan Wickerham ... Shooter at Rally (uncredited)
Michele Williams ... Flight Attendant (uncredited)

Christine Wolf ... 6th St. Club Patron (uncredited)

Directed by
Alan Parker 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Charles Randolph (written by)

Produced by
Moritz Borman .... executive producer
Nicolas Cage .... producer
Guy East .... executive producer
Norman Golightly .... co-executive producer (as Norm Golightly)
Lisa Moran .... co-producer
Alan Parker .... producer
Nigel Sinclair .... executive producer
David Wimbury .... line producer
 
Original Music by
Alex Parker 
Jake Parker 
 
Cinematography by
Michael Seresin (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Gerry Hambling 
 
Casting by
Howard Feuer 
Juliet Taylor 
 
Production Design by
Geoffrey Kirkland 
 
Art Direction by
Steve Arnold 
Jennifer Williams 
 
Set Decoration by
Jennifer Williams 
 
Costume Design by
Renee Ehrlich Kalfus  (as Renée Ehrlich Kalfus)
 
Makeup Department
Tania McComas .... makeup artist: Mr. Spacey
Sarah Monzani .... chief makeup artist
Darylin Nagy .... assistant makeup artist
Kelly Nelson .... assistant hair stylist
Carol A. O'Connell .... hair stylist: Mr. Spacey (as Carol O'Connell)
Martin Samuel .... key hair stylist
Angela Angel .... assistant hair stylist (uncredited)
Melizah Anguiano .... assistant hair stylist (uncredited)
Terri Ewton .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Diane Hardin .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Alma Kuttruff .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Phil Hardage .... second assistant director (as Philip Hardage)
K.C. Hodenfield .... first assistant director
Jeff Okabayashi .... second assistant director (as Jeffrey Okabayashi)
Daniel J. Shaw .... second second assistant director (as Dan Shaw)
Brian Steward .... second assistant director
Luis Casacuberta .... uncredited
Javier Chinchilla .... uncredited
 
Art Department
Dean Allison .... construction foreman
Rodney Becker .... set dresser
Amy Bell .... assistant props
Melody Bishop .... art department coordinator
Mark Boucher .... leadman
Nigel A. Boucher .... leadman (as Nigel Boucher)
E.W. Bradford .... construction coordinator (as Bill Bradford)
Jennifer Carpenter .... set decorating coordinator
Scott Childers .... construction foreman
Randall S. Coe .... construction gang boss (as Randall Coe)
Jack Colmenero .... set dresser
Craig Denham .... graphic designer
Patricia Dillon .... set dresser
Jann K. Engel .... set designer
William F. Gambill .... stand-by painter (as William Gambill)
Shellie Gillespie .... set dresser
Jerry G. Henery .... construction general foreman (as Jerry Henery)
Roy G. Huth .... set dresser (as Roy Huth)
Jerry Kilber .... construction foreman
Ellen Lampl .... graphic designer
Chris Langevin .... assistant props
Tom McDaniel .... welding foreman
Walt Mikolwski .... construction gang boss (as Walter Mikowlski)
Don Miloyevich .... property master
Joaquin A. Morin .... set dresser
Debbie Nolan .... construction foreman
King Orba .... assistant property master (as Mark Wallace)
David Phillip .... greensman (as David Martin Phillip)
Randy Puga .... paint foreman
Ronald Puga .... lead scenic (as Ronald J. Puga Sr.)
Jeremy Roberts .... construction auditor
Lori Rowbotham .... assistant art director
Steve Sawhill .... set dresser
Andi Scull .... graphic designer
Randy Severs .... gang boss
Randall Stuckey .... paint foreman
Tom Ward .... construction gang boss
Robert H. Winn .... paint foreman (as Robert Winn)
Jay Womer .... construction gang boss (as Jay M. Womer)
Cher Young .... painter
Chan Canelo .... artist painter (uncredited)
Todd Clevenger .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Dennis Collins .... paint foreman (uncredited)
Nanci Elfrez .... scenic artist (uncredited)
James Wiley Fowler .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Edwin G. Hill .... carpenter (uncredited)
Robyn Jacobs .... painter (uncredited)
David Menefee .... propmaker (uncredited)
Cory Parker .... swing gang (uncredited)
Charles Seale .... carpenter (uncredited)
Corissa Smith .... painter (uncredited)
Michael Smothers .... laborer (uncredited)
Chuck Stringer .... carpenter (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Ross Adams .... assistant sound editor
Anna Behlmer .... sound re-recording mixer
Ed Colyer .... foley mixer
Richard Fordham .... assistant sound editor
Chris Frazee .... utility sound
Stan Ginsel .... sound transfer
Pauline Griffiths .... foley artist
Craig Heath .... sound recordist
Peter Holt .... foley editor
Alex Joseph .... assistant sound editor
Eddy Joseph .... supervising sound editor
Jenny Lee Wright .... foley artist (as Jennie Lee Wright)
Nick Lowe .... dialogue editor
David Lucarelli .... adr recordist
David MacMillan .... production sound mixer
Harrison D. Marsh .... boom operator (as Harrison Marsh)
Andy Nelson .... sound re-recording mixer
Robert Renga .... sound recordist
Charleen Richards .... adr mixer
Denis St. Amand .... re-recording engineer
Derek Casari .... adr engineer (uncredited)
Colin Cooper .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Esther Smith .... sound technician (uncredited)
Richard Street .... preview re-recording mixer (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Yves De Bono .... special effects supervisor (as Yves Debono)
Ken Gorrell .... special effects technician (as Kenny Gorrell)
Jack Lynch .... special effects technician
Russell Tyrrell .... special effects foreman
 
Visual Effects by
Mark Bakowski .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Simon Stanley-Clamp .... digital supervisor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Doug Coleman .... stunt coordinator
Kerry Rossall .... stunt coordinator
Carla Thorman .... stunts
Diane Towery .... stunts
Russell Towery .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Edward J. Adcock .... camera operator
Troy Anderson .... rigging electrician
Marc Andrus .... key rigging grip
David Appleby .... still photographer
Stephen Beasley .... electrician (as Steve Beasley)
Cheryl Clarson .... rigging electrician
Peter Clarson .... rigging gaffer
Bill Coe .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Eric Damazio .... company grip
Sean Devine .... company grip
James Frederick .... electrician (as Jamie Frederick)
Patrick Fries .... camera operator: video camera
Chris Hamala .... company grip
Todd Heater .... gaffer
Chip Huntington .... rigging grip (as Dale G. Huntington Jr.)
Edison Jackson .... electrician
John Johns .... 24 frame video operator
Pete Kolb .... best boy rigging grip (as Peter Kolb)
Wayne Kosky .... best boy grip
Paul T. LeBlanc .... 24 frame video operator (as Paul Leblanc)
David Luckenbach .... Steadicam operator (as Dave Luckenbach)
Bobby McMahan .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Raul Mello .... electrician
Mike Moad .... dolly grip
Richard Nance .... rigging grip
Danny Navarette .... electrician (as Danny Navarrette)
Les Percy .... key grip
Gabe Proctor .... video assist operator (as Gabriel Proctor)
Mike Proudfoot .... camera operator
Mark Reeves .... best boy electric
Mike Repeta .... Steadicam assistant
Daniel Rogers .... company grip
Adam Drew Schwartz .... camera loader (as Adam Schwartz)
Michael Seaman .... rigging electrician (as Mike Seaman)
Jas Shelton .... rigging best boy
Peter Simonite .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Cara Singleton .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Greg Travis .... rigging electrician
Alan Grayley .... electrician (uncredited)
Courtney Harrell .... additional second assistant camera (uncredited)
James Marks .... remote camera operator (uncredited)
Jamie Mills .... electrician (uncredited)
Rafael Miralles Sagrera .... clapper loader: "a" camera, Barcelona (uncredited)
Eric Montes .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Edward A. Navarro .... additional rigging grip (uncredited)
Nate Nelson .... grip (uncredited)
Trevor Doyle Nelson .... camera intern: second unit (uncredited)
Will Nicholson .... video playback operator (uncredited)
Aaron Atom Vyvial .... key grip: "b" camera (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Jo Edna Boldin .... casting: Texas
Randi Chugerman .... casting assistant
Jennifer Dorsey .... casting assistant (as Jennifer Halverson)
Louis Elman .... adr voice casting
John Hubbard .... casting: Barcelona
Patricia Kerrigan DiCerto .... casting associate (as Patricia Kerrigan)
Silvia Menendez-Cahue .... casting: Barcelona
Cheryl White-Kurtz .... casting assistant
Howard Feuer .... casting: Los Angeles (uncredited)
Beth Sepko .... extras casting: Austin (uncredited)
Meta Valentic .... casting associate (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Laura Hodges .... costumer
Janice Janacek .... costumer (as Janice Janecek)
Kathy Kiatta .... wardrobe supervisor
Jo Kissack .... costumer (as Joanne Kissack)
Susan Kistler .... costumer
Keith G. Lewis .... key set costumer (as Keith Lewis)
Fionnuala M. Lynch .... set costumer (as Fionnuala Lynch)
Nicci Schinman .... costumer
Krista Schluderman .... costumer
Elizabeth Shelton .... associate costume designer
Michelle Elaine Teague .... wardrobe coordinator (as Michelle Teague)
Yvonne Wilburn .... costumer
Stephanie A. Steel .... costume production assistant (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Carolyne Chauncey .... first assistant editor
James Cohen .... second assistant editor
David Feldman .... second assistant editor
Moses Fisher .... production video editor
Brian Franklin .... editorial assistant
Bob Hart .... negative cutter
Joel Heller .... second assistant editor
Tom Kemplen .... third assistant editor
Mike Milliken .... color timer
Linda Olszewski .... editorial assistant
Ben Renton .... second assistant editor
Mark Sale .... second assistant editor
Tom Harrison-Read .... assistant editor (uncredited)
Michael Nollet .... trainee assistant film editor (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Peter Cobbin .... music engineer
Isobel Griffiths .... orchestral contractor
Nick Ingman .... conductor
Kathy Nelson .... executive in charge of music: Universal Pictures
Jake Parker .... orchestrator
Simon Rhodes .... music engineer
Graham Sutton .... music editor
Roland Heap .... assistant scoring engineer (uncredited)
Bruce White .... viola (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Monica Allen .... transportation dispatcher
Janice Knox .... transportation co-captain
Lonnie Nelson .... transportation captain
Jimmy Ray Pickens .... driver
Phil Schriber .... transportation coordinator
Sam Craytor .... driver: construction (uncredited)
Ricky Damazio .... driver (uncredited)
Greg Faucett .... driver (uncredited)
J. Armin Garza II .... driver: camera car (uncredited)
John H. Stephens .... driver: honeywagon (uncredited)
Marti Wells .... driver (uncredited)
Steven Willhoite .... driver: camera truck, "b" camera unit (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Paul Beard .... liaison: London
Peter Bloor .... chief lighting consultant
Laura Brown .... stand-in
Mimi Brown .... assistant: Ms. Winslet
Rodney Bursiel .... stand-in
Doug Carter .... set production assistant (as Douglas Carter)
Chris Castaldi .... key set production assistant
Kathryn Castellanos .... assistant: Ms. Moran
Amanda Curry .... first assistant accountant
Matt Dalton .... post-production accountant
Lisa Davidson .... production coordinator
Shanti Delsarte .... assistant production coordinator
Drew Dillard .... location manager
Joe Fiske .... craft service
Stan Ginsel .... projectionist
Gina Grande .... script supervisor
Joyce Green .... key set production assistant
Joey Hudgins .... location scout
Nell Kennedy .... production office assistant
Kelly Kernan .... assistant location manager (as K.J. Kernan)
Robert F. Kocourek .... production controller
Margo Kornemann .... accounting clerk
Kevin LaRosa .... helicopter pilot
Carla Meyer .... dialect coach
Amber Nosbisch .... stand-in
Larry Pardini .... stand-in
Shawn Pipkin .... set production assistant
Bronwyn Preston .... unit publicist
Shirley Proctor .... second assistant accountant
Christopher Scull .... assistant: Mr. Wimbury
M.K. Shaw .... payroll accountant (as Kathleen Shaw)
J.J. Shea .... liaison: Los Angeles
Rod Tinney .... helicopter pilot
Charles Tuthill .... assistant: Ms. Linney
Karen Wacker .... production secretary
Robert Steven White .... location scout (as Steve White)
Leigh A. Wilbourn .... assistant production coordinator
Bianca Bezdek-Goodloe .... legal services (uncredited)
Jesse Blanco .... production assistant (uncredited)
Brinton Bryan .... additional production assistant (uncredited)
Mia Cevallos .... liaison: Chapman (uncredited)
Logan Cooper .... location assistant (uncredited)
Ray Daugherty .... production assistant (uncredited)
Gary Ferraro .... chef (uncredited)
Tom Flynn .... production intern (uncredited)
Josh Gold .... production intern (uncredited)
Peter Hansen .... caterer: pastry chef (uncredited)
Evan Henke .... production assistant (uncredited)
Christine Irons .... additional production assistant (uncredited)
Valerie Johnson .... additional set production assistant (uncredited)
Gina Jones .... stand-in (uncredited)
Chad Keller .... production assistant (uncredited)
Despina Ladi .... production assistant (uncredited)
Brad Margolis .... production assistant (uncredited)
Andrei Serban .... stage director: opera production "Turandot" (uncredited)
Raigen Thornton .... set paramedic (uncredited)
Steve White .... location assistant (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Tom Copeland .... thanks: The Texas Film Commission
Ray Donley .... thanks
Larry Fitzgerald .... thanks: The Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Terry Green .... thanks: The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (as Captain Terry Green)
Neill Hodges .... thanks: The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (as Warden Neill Hodges)
Warden Morgan .... thanks: The Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Barbara Muschietti .... thanks
Glen Smith .... thanks: The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (as Asst. Warden Smith)
Larry Todd .... thanks: The Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Charlie Williamson .... thanks: The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (as Asst. Warden Williamson)
 
Crew believed to be complete


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MPAA:
Rated R for violent images, nudity, language and sexuality
Runtime:
130 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Nicole Kidman was the original choice to play Bitsey, but she turned down the role.See more »
Goofs:
Audio/visual unsynchronized: At the beginning of the movie when the pickup truck swerves around the girl, the tire squealing sounds like the road surface is asphalt, when it clearly is dirt and gravel.See more »
Quotes:
David Gale:How do we start?
Bitsey Bloom:We start with... you telling me what I'm doing here.
David Gale:No one who looks through that glass sees a person. They see a crime. I'm not David Gale. I'm a murderer and a rapist... four days shy of his execution.
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Soundtrack:
Another Bleeding HeartSee more »

FAQ

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159 out of 218 people found the following review useful.
I found this to be an excellently executed film in all respects with tight, compelling writing, superb acting, and an ending for which they should employ the old technique of not letting anyone in during the, 22 February 2003
Author: Sheri (the7bamboo) from Honolulu, HI

Don't be put off by one movie critic's assessment (morally dishonest, no stars) of this film - he just didn't "get it." This character driven murder mystery is one of the decade's best! Definitely four stars!

The layered conflicts drive the story forward like a Mack truck careening down the side of a mountain, making the movie seem much shorter than its 130 minutes. Kevin Spacey's compelling portrayal of David Gale, a brilliant, principled man with more than his share of human flaws and bad luck, is excellent and is surely Oscar material.

The story begins four days before Gale's execution in a Texas prison. Gale is finally breaking his years of silence by agreeing to tell his side of the story to news-magazine reporter, Bitsey Bloom. Skeptical that this Death Row inmate is out to convince her, and the world, of his innocence, Bitsey takes the assignment expecting it to be a typical, no-brainer.

Gale's story is told in a series of tightly choreographed flashback sequences, each building in character, motive and momentum toward an exciting and most unexpected conclusion.

The story also puts a very fine point on the debate over the death penalty and gives its audience something to talk & think about on the way home.

Not since "Presumed Innocent" have I been so deliciously unable to predict an ending! It is a pleasure to leave the theater feeling completely happy about having invested the price of my ticket in this movie! It is two hours very well spent.

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