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Writers (WGA):
Mark Lawrence Miller (written by) and
Preston A. Whitmore II (written by)
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Release Date:
13 September 2002 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)

James Caan ... Sheriff Morgan McKenna

Johnathon Schaech ... Daniel Pruitt

Elizabeth Lackey ... Jessica Pruitt

David Field ... Jonah Ganz
Sydney Jackson ... Roy Biggs
Paul Glover ... Bobby
John Atkinson ... Redmond Sawyer
Ted Clark ... Wayne Skuggs (as Ted Clarke)
Jenny Apostolou ... Mary Ellen Tustin

Andrew Robertt ... Deputy David Forrest (as Andrew Binns)
Natalie Duggan ... Louise
Fraley Cerutti ... Big Man

Bruce Hopkins ... Hostage Gunman
Ingrid Park ... Hostage Woman
Katrina Browne ... Naomi
Susan Brady ... Dr. Susan Leeds
Marissa Stott ... Reception Nurse
Paul Gittins ... Ed (Coroner)
Tim Lee ... Big John Drexel
Peter Mason ... Hospital Janitor
Robert Steadman ... Country Man

Kevin J. Wilson ... Smitty

Will Wallace ... Sandwich Deputy
Gerard Kennedy ... Kaiwanasha

Directed by
William A. Graham 
Writing credits
Mark Lawrence Miller (written by) and
Preston A. Whitmore II (written by)

Produced by
Paul Carran .... service producer
Lawrence E. Neiman .... associate producer
Jacobus Rose .... co-executive producer
Elizabeth Guber Stephen .... executive producer
Preston A. Whitmore II .... producer
Original Music by
Chris Boardman 
Cinematography by
Robert Steadman 
Film Editing by
Drake Silliman 
Casting by
Gregory Apps  (as Greg Apps)
Terri De'ath 
Production Design by
Ralph Davies 
Art Direction by
Nick Bassett 
Jill Cormack 
Set Decoration by
Viv Kernick 
Costume Design by
Lesley Burkes-Harding 
Makeup Department
Marjory Hamlin .... key hair stylist
Marjory Hamlin .... key makeup artist
Deb Watson .... key hair stylist
Deb Watson .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Liz DiFiore .... unit production manager
Ronnie Hape .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
George Lyle .... first assistant director
Katie Tate .... second assistant director
Art Department
Robert Bavin .... stand-by props
Milton Candish .... set dresser
Sound Department
John Boyd .... sound re-recording mixer
Wayne Heitman .... sound re-recording mixer
Takako Ishikawa .... sound effects editor
Graham Morris .... sound mixer
Michael O'Corrigan .... sound supervisor
Tim Philben .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Gunner Ashford .... armourer
Jason Durey .... special effects coordinator
Sharon Ninness .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Mark S. Driscoll .... visual effects producer: LOOK! Effects Inc.
Henrik Fett .... visual effects supervisor
Tefft Smith .... digital artist
Peter Bell .... stunt coordinator
Allan Poppleton .... stunt double: James Caan
Camera and Electrical Department
Neil Cervin .... camera operator
Kevin Donovan .... key grip
Brenden Holster .... first assistant camera
Ginny Loane .... gaffer
Luke Macready .... lighting technician
Jim Rowe .... best boy grip
Ryan Spearman .... second assistant camera
Casting Department
Anita Corcoran .... extras casting
Editorial Department
Steve Sahagun .... first assistant editor
Music Department
Andy Richter .... music editor
Transportation Department
Robin Allen-Paris .... picture vehicle wrangler (as Robin Allen)
Ronnie Hape .... transportation manager
Other crew
Judy Dale .... assistant to producers
Annie Dodman .... location manager
Noam Dromi .... consultant
Shirley Lima .... coordinator: Los Angeles
Dianne Moffatt .... script supervisor (as Diane Moffatt)
David Rowell .... production auditor
David Walker .... location scout
Jay Williams .... assistant to producer
Lyn Willis .... production coordinator
Karen-Eileen Gordon .... adr voice (uncredited)

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Rated R for some violence
88 min | USA:150 min (including commercials)
Aspect Ratio:
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Factual errors: The ME says the marks on the body came from a pistol whipping and identifies the gun as a 9mm. Gun frames for various calibers are the same, so a 9mm would leave identical marks as a 40 or 45 caliber gun from the same manufacturer.See more »


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7 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Hitchcockian Suspense!, 14 August 2002
Author: Frank Mathis from Hollywood, California

We all pretty much know what to expect from these Movies of the Week, yet this one stands out as a nicely executed, taught suspense thriller. Some plot holes are there but are more then made up for by gritty, top notch performances by the ageless, amazing James Caan and the smoldering Jonathan Shaech.

The story itself presents a fascinating conundrum: A young homicide detective flees the big city with his wife in search of a better life. After making the move, the wife is brutally assaulted on the same night that the son of the local sheriff is killed. As the wife had previously alleged that this was the man that attacked her, the detective finds himself at the center of a small town conspiracy. The local cop and the big city detective are then forced to find the perpetrators together.

Kudos to the writer Miller for both his keen sense of suspense which always keeps us guessing and his on screen dialogue which absolutely crackles. Stay tuned for the bone crushing ending...

Overall, a fun thriller and a slick MOW suspenser...

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