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11:14 -- The events leading up to an 11:14 PM car crash, from five very different perspectives.


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The events leading up to an 11:14 PM car crash, from five very different perspectives. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Directed by
Greg Marcks 
Writing credits
Greg Marcks (written by)

Produced by
Mark Damon .... executive producer
Beau Flynn .... producer
Stewart Hall .... executive producer
Jeff Kwatinetz .... executive producer
Sammy Lee .... executive producer
John Morrissey .... producer
Raju Patel .... executive producer
David Rubin .... executive producer (as David Scott Rubin)
Hilary Swank .... executive producer
Tripp Vinson .... executive producer
Original Music by
Clint Mansell 
Cinematography by
Shane Hurlbut 
Film Editing by
Dan Lebental 
Richard Nord 
Casting by
Felicia Fasano 
Mary Vernieu 
Production Design by
Devorah Herbert 
Art Direction by
Macie Vener 
Set Decoration by
Martha Ring 
Costume Design by
Christopher Lawrence 
Makeup Department
Chris Alexander .... special makeup and prosthetic effects crew: Harlow FX
Petrice Bankhead .... makeup department head
Connie Cadwell .... special makeup and prosthetic effects crew: Harlow FX
Barbara Cantu .... assistant hair stylist
Joel Harlow .... special makeup and prosthetic effects artist
Rob Hinderstein .... special makeup and prosthetics effects artist
Frank Ippolito .... special makeup and prosthetics effects crew: Harlow FX
Tom Killeen .... special makeup and prosthetic effects crew: Harlow FX
Dorothy J. Pearl .... key makeup artist: Ms. Swank (as Dorothy Pearl)
Robert Ramos .... special makeup and prosthetic effects crew: Harlow FX
Angela Stone .... special makeup and prosthetic effects crew: Harlow FX
Karen Toole-Rentrop .... assistant makeup artist (as Karen Toole)
Joy Zapata .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Brad Arensman .... post-production supervisor
David Rubin .... unit production manager (as David Scott Rubin)
Bonnie Weis .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Paul Domick .... second second assistant director (as Paul C. Domick)
Chris Edmonds .... first assistant director
Michelle Edmonds .... second assistant director (as Michelle 'Muggs' Edmonds)
Art Department
Scott Bauer .... property master
Morgan Blackledge .... assistant art director
Kari Drake .... art department intern (as Kari Stringham)
Marc Figueroa .... assistant greens
Lilly Frank .... paint foreman
Corey Gomez .... swing gang
David Harris .... greensperson
Otis A. Kaltvedt .... swing gang (as Otis Kaltvedt)
Nancy Restuccia .... art department coordinator
Joel Ruiz .... swing gang
Scott Sener .... assistant property master (as Scott C. Sener)
Matt Spangler .... art department intern
Mara A. Spear .... set dresser
Andrew 'Pinky' Swartsel .... swing gang (as A. Corey Swartsel)
Steve 'O' Watson .... leadman (as Steven C. Watson)
Sound Department
John K. Adams .... adr editor
John K. Adams .... dialogue editor
Gary Alexander .... supervising sound re-recording mixer
Gregg Barbanell .... foley artist
William Edward Duran .... additional sound effects editor
William Edward Duran .... assistant sound editor
Robert Fitzgerald .... sound effects editor (as Robert A. Fitzgerald)
Amy Hammer .... mix facility coordinator
John Hays .... boom operator
Shawn Holden .... production sound mixer
Eric Justen .... sound re-recording mixer
Mike Le Mare .... supervising sound editor
Michael A. Morongell .... sound mixing engineer
Chris Navarro .... adr recordist
Darren Paskal .... sound facility
Jason Piatt .... foley recordist
Michael Rayle .... cable person (as Mike Rayle)
Martin Schloemer .... sound mixing recordist
Karola Storr .... foley supervisor
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer
Sean Wright .... sound mixing recordist
Special Effects by
Diane Carlucci .... special effects office coordinator
John C. Carlucci .... special effects (as John Carlucci)
Lou Carlucci .... special effects coordinator
Dan Edwards .... special effects (as Danny Edwards)
Josh Hakian .... special effects foreman
Barry McQueary .... special effects
James Ochoa .... special effects
Wendy L. White .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Rex Cook .... opening titles: Avatarlabs
Valerie Cook .... opening titles: Avatarlabs
Ogy Durham .... opening titles: Avatarlabs
Brad Goldberg .... opening titles: The Ant Farm
Mike Greenfeld .... opening titles: The Ant Farm
Suzanne Kamenir .... opening titles: The Ant Farm
Mitch Paulson .... digital preview colorist
Laura Primack .... opening titles: Avatarlabs
Mike Townshend .... opening titles: Avatarlabs
Tom Whitaker .... opening titles: The Ant Farm
Mike Cameron .... stunt rigger
Joel Kramer .... stunt coordinator
Steven Lambert .... stunts (as Steve Lambert)
Scott Leva .... stunts
Clint Lilley .... stunts (as Clint Lilly)
Gary Price .... stunts
William Tinsley .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
James W. Apted .... second assistant camera (as James Apted)
George Billinger III .... Steadicam operator (as George Billinger)
Mike Book .... rigging gaffer
Gustavo Camacho .... lamp operator
David Galbraith .... first assistant camera (as Dave Galbraith)
Cranston Gobbo .... dolly grip
Chris Guerrero .... lamp operator
Rudy Harbon .... first assistant camera
Gary Hatfield .... camera operator: "a" camera
J. Michael Haynes .... lamp operator
Todd Higgins .... gaffer
Frank Jacobellis .... lamp operator
Yuri Karjane .... second assistant camera (as W. Yuri Karjane)
David Knudson .... key grip (as David V. Knudson)
Kary Knudson .... grip
Jon Lindsay .... film loader (as Jonathan Lindsay)
Brent Mazursky .... lamp operator
Laura Merians .... lamp operator
Michael M. Mosley .... lamp operator (as Mike Mosley)
James Owens .... lamp operator
Ryan Ramsey .... grip
Jim Sanfilippo .... key rigging grip
Ian Savage .... grip
Lorey Sebastian .... still photographer
Jim Sheldon .... still photographer
Thomas Scott Stanton .... production intern: camera department (as Scott Stanton)
Bryan Taylor .... lamp operator
Daniel Wade .... grip
Michael J. Wagstaff .... best boy electric
Aiken Weiss .... Steadicam operator
Dietmar Wendelin .... dolly grip
Darryl Wilson .... best boy grip
Casting Department
Lauryn Flynn .... casting assistant
Amy McKee .... casting associate
Neal Naito .... casting assistant
Pete Sutton .... extras casting: The Mountain Ash Casting Company
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Janet Ingram .... costume supervisor
Anne Laoparadonchai .... set costumer
Philip Maldonado .... costumer
Kiliaen Parks .... costume intern
Editorial Department
Sandra Granovsky .... first assistant editor (as Sandra Torres)
Michael Hatzer .... final color timer
Dennis McNeill .... color timer
Music Department
Jason Alexander .... music supervisor
Eddie Baytos .... musician: percussion
Wayne Cook .... music score mixing engineer
Miles Hunt .... musician: drums and percussion
Dick Lowry IV .... music coordinator (as Dick M. Lowry IV)
Marc Mann .... music score mixing engineer
Marc Mann .... musician: guitar
Marc Mann .... orchestrator
Clint Mansell .... score producer
Edie McClurg .... musician: percussion
Chris Schleyer .... music technical engineer
Natalee Villa .... music coordinator
Joshua Winget .... music editor
Transportation Department
John W. Barbee .... driver (as John Barbee)
Al Burton .... transportation captain
Delwin Chin .... driver
Dennis Coleman .... driver
Paulie DiCocco III .... driver: Hilary Swank (as Paul DiCocco III)
Jennifer Furlong .... driver
Jeffrey Gowing .... transportation captain (as Jeff Gowing)
Dave Haldeman .... driver (as David Haldeman)
Gary Jackson .... driver
Jerry Jackson .... driver
A. Welch Lambeth .... transportation coordinator (as Welch Lambeth)
Kim Magruder .... driver
Manuel Martinez .... driver
Anthony T. Mazzola .... driver (as Anthony Mazzola)
John McLaughlin .... driver
Kelly Murphy .... driver
Hardy Ophuls .... transportation clerk
Jim Stevens .... driver
Matthew Talamantes .... driver
Harold L. Woods .... driver (as Harold Woods)
Other crew
Emily Aaronson .... set production assistant
Jeremy Alter .... location manager
Jeff L. Anderson .... production secretary
Gabriel Benvenuto .... assistant: Mr. Rubin (as Gabe Benvenuto)
Steve Berman .... completion guarantor: Film Finances Inc.
Donna Bizzaro .... production assistant
Reiko Bradley .... representative: MDP Worldwide
Sheelin Choksey .... production assistant
Brian Clark .... set medic
Rose Colasanti .... stand-in
Hugo Cortez .... cook's helper
Devin Cutler .... executive: Media 8 Entertainment
Devin Cutler .... representative: MDP Worldwide
Peter D'Amato .... assistant craft service
Chris Dent .... assistant: Beau Flynn
James Dew .... animal trainer
Paulie DiCocco III .... production assistant (as Paul DiCocco III)
Maureen Duffy .... completion guarantor: Film Finances Inc.
Ande Hecht Endewardt .... post-production accountant: The Audit Trail Inc.
Ortwin Freyermuth .... additional legal services
David Gaynes .... representative: MDP Worldwide
J.J. Geary .... craft service
Pjilip Hall .... production assistant
John Hart .... production insurance: Truman Van Dyke Company
Thomas J. Healy IV .... key assistant location manager
Marcee Healy .... assistant: Ms. Swank
Gregory Hernandez .... catering first assistant (as Gregorio Hernandez)
Tatyana Joffe .... representative: MDP Worldwide
William Jorgenson .... assistant location manager
Margo Klewans .... assistant: Beau Flynn
Roman Kopelevich .... representative: MDP Worldwide
Pierre Kurland .... representative: MDP Worldwide
Jimmy Li .... representative: MDP Worldwide
Heather Long .... animal trainer
Anthony Lucca .... first assistant accountant
Michael Maher .... assistant: Mr. Vinson
Brandon McMillan .... animal trainer
Ellen Mills .... assistant: Mr. Marcks
Lidia Mills .... stand-in
Stephen Monas .... production counsel: Business Affairs Inc. (as Steve Monas)
Luis Moreno .... catering assistant
Michael Musteric .... key set production assistant (as Michael J. Musteric)
Brian O'Shea .... executive: Media 8 Entertainment
Kyle Oliver .... assistant location manager (as Kyle 'Snappy' Oliver)
John J. Osborn .... photo double: "Aaron" (as John Osborn)
Diane Pacheco .... post-production accountant: The Audit Trail Inc.
Ignacio Partida .... chef
Scott Peterson .... script supervisor
Jenna Piccolo .... production counsel: Business Affairs Inc.
Steve Ransohoff .... completion guarantor: Film Finances Inc.
Ryan Rich .... stand-in
Erin Rodman .... production assistant
Albert Salsich .... assistant location manager (as Albie Salsich)
Art Stribley .... production financing provider: The Lewis Horwitz Organization (as Arthur Stribley)
Tamara Stuparich de la Barra .... representative: MDP Worldwide
Sheridan Thayer .... production coordinator (as Sheridan MacMillan-Thayer)
William Tinsley .... stand-in (as William Tinsley III)
Max Vega .... production financing provider: The Lewis Horwitz Organization
Matthew Waldman .... representative: MDP Worldwide
Bob Weber .... production accountant
Greg Wishney .... assistant: Mr. Morrissey
LouAnn Wu .... additional set production assistant
Lisa Zambri .... set production assistant
Mike Sablone .... special thanks
Tamara Stuparich de la Barra .... thanks
Hugh Phoenix Cross .... acknowledgment (uncredited)

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Rated R for violence, sexuality and pervasive language
Canada:85 min (Toronto International Film Festival) | Germany:95 min | USA:86 min
Aspect Ratio:
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The character of Buzzy was originally written as a man. When Hilary Swank read the script, it was the character that "spoke to" her the most, and she asked writer/director Greg Marcks to rewrite the role as a woman so that she could play it, and he agreed.See more »
Continuity: When Frank drops the book and shirt on fire in the sewer and gets the dog into the car, the flashlight is on the sidewalk. When he hops in the car, the flashlight is gone.See more »
[first lines]
Jack:[talking on his cell phone] I'm on my way back from Benny's. I'm almost home. Tell me where you are and I'll come get you.
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In My Bungalow TonightSee more »


What song is Cheri listening to on her bed?
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72 out of 87 people found the following review useful.
Go Middleton High!, 10 October 2003
Author: dogalupalu

I've been following the press on this film from the moment I first read about it.

I've seen several glowing reviews, most recently in Variety, for this film,the actors and the cannot-be-more-than-fresh-out-of-high-school-himself looking Writer/Director, who shared with the audience that his age was somewhere "in the low two digits."

I've been patiently waiting to see "11:14", finally got to while I was in Toronto!! I was one of several hundred packed like sardines into the theater. Fortunately, I did not have to sit on the floor like the rush ticket holders.

It was unbelievable! A sick and twisted tale(5 tales actually) of coincidence, deceit,small town mentality and good(or bad)intentions gone miserably wrong. Hilary Swank is brilliant as a convenience store worker so afraid to lose her job, she opts to chance suffering tremendous injury over practicing a little common sense. Patrick Swayze utilizes his intensity and tendency towards the dramatic to comedically portray the world's most overprotective Father, while Rachael Leigh Cook's character, Cheri, wreaks havoc on Middelton, Anywhere, USA.

The film opens with a car crash, a botched arrest and a few nasty head injuries that set up the film beautifully. Ben Foster, Colin Hanks and Stark Sands turn an otherwise ordinary joyride through town into the most adolescent, gruesome and completely hysterical adventure. Not for the squeamish.

All five stories are meticulously and ingeniously constructed. I, like my fellow audience members, thoroughly enjoyed every bone-breaking, heart-stopping, could-things-get-any-worse-for-these-poor-middle(ton)-Americans moment. Can't wait to see it in the States.

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