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Jean Beaudin (screenplay)
Chrystine Brouillet (adaptation)
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  (in credits order)
Maude Guérin ... Maude Graham

Luc Picard ... Michel Rochon
Lawrence Arcouette ... Grégoire
Charles-André Bourassa ... Frédéric Tanguay

Yves Jacques ... François Berger / Babette Brown
Julie Ménard ... Josée
Yvan Ponton ... Robert Fecteau

Christian Bégin ... Roger Moreau

Alexis Martin ... Alain Gagnon

François Papineau ... Claude Brunet
Michel Deschênes ... Michel Rochon à 12 ans
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean-Guy Bouchard ... Journaliste
Yves Corbeil
Isabelle Miquelon ... Journaliste
Marie-Josée Tremblay
Louis Wiriot ... Homme a l'arcade

Directed by
Jean Beaudin 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jean Beaudin  screenplay
Chrystine Brouillet  adaptation
Chrystine Brouillet  novel "Le Collectionneur"
Chantal Cadieux  screenplay

Produced by
Jean Beaudin .... associate producer
André Dupuy .... executive producer
Christian Larouche .... producer
Ginette Petit .... producer
Original Music by
Michel Cusson 
Cinematography by
Daniel Jobin 
Film Editing by
Michel Arcand 
Casting by
Lucie Robitaille 
Production Design by
Michel Proulx 
Art Direction by
Michel Proulx 
Costume Design by
Denis Sperdouklis 
Makeup Department
C.J. Goldman .... special makeup effects artist
Adrien Morot .... key special makeup effects artist
Denis Parent .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Peter Measroch .... post-production supervisor
Jaime Tobon .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Pierre Brassard .... second assistant director
Emilie Malo .... third assistant director
Frank Ruszczynski .... first assistant director
Art Department
Donald Beaulieu .... scenic technician
Simon Chamberland .... property master
Chris Klein .... scenic painter
Andrew Semple .... mouldmaker
Sound Department
Serge Beauchemin .... sound
Gregory Bolduc .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Valéry Dufort-Boucher .... dialogue editor
Louis Dupire .... sound
Bernard Gariépy Strobl .... re-recording mixer
Tchae Measroch .... foley artist
Christian Rivest .... supervising sound editor
Hans Peter Strobl .... sound
Special Effects by
Louis Craig .... special effects supervisor
Mario Dumont .... special effects floor supervisor
Martin Williams .... special effects rigger
Martin Williams .... special effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
Merik Pelletier .... computer playback artist
Camera and Electrical Department
Michel Bernier .... first assistant camera
Jean-Philippe Bérubé .... Video playback operator
Stéphane Caron .... camera trainee
Ysabelle Fugère .... electrician
Martin Lamarche .... gaffer
Stéphane Leblanc .... rigging gafer
Marc Simpson-Threlford .... second assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Julie Amyot .... assistant extras dresser
Editorial Department
Mélanie Carignan .... on-line assistant editor
Location Management
Patricia Durocher .... assistant location manager
Elsa St-Denis .... assistant location manager
Other crew
Bernard Guay .... production assistant
Christian Ménard .... production assistant
Charles Obrul .... laboratory liaison
Denis Proulx .... medic
Annie Wilkinson .... set tutor

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125 min | Germany:110 min (DVD) (25 fps)
Aspect Ratio:
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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Excellent thriller, poor DVD, 24 August 2002
Author: McD from Montreal, Quebec

The film The film itself is a very interesting approach to the thriller genre.

Just when I thought I had seen them all (psycho killer vs

detective), this film came to remind some can always improve

things. Instead of pure suspense/action, the film opens many sub- plots that brings an extra to the main plot and characters. It's a

must see for amateurs of the genre and fans of Luc Picard. Actors

are great as well as the filmography.

The DVD What really annoyed me was the DVD version itself. The film is

presented in an anamorphic (2:35:1) format. Wow. Oh, it's very

crisp. But the whole film is shrinked !! It is so annoying I couldn't

follow the story by times. Actors look small and fat, objects are all

deformed, the whole experience is ruined. This is a truly amateur- ish kind of mistake, one that cannot be explained coming from

Chrystal Films and a 5$million dollar production. Thank god I saw

it at the theater.

Bottom line If you wanna rent the film, it's better to rent the VHS. It won't be

distorted and shrinked. Extras on the 2nd disc are nice though.

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