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  (in credits order)

Danny Glover ... Jake Neeley

Ron Perlman ... Red

Linda Hamilton ... Kate

Zoe Weizenbaum ... Lenny Hocknell (as Zoë Weizenbaum)

David Strathairn ... Henry R. Hocknell Jr.
Timothy Webber ... Mitchell (as Tim Webber)

Gabrielle Rose ... Cyd
Frank C. Turner ... Dinky

Jesse Moss ... Robert W. Gardner

Ty Olsson ... Soldier

Colin Lawrence ... Young Jake
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Isen Robbins ... Scary Woodcutter (uncredited)

Directed by
Gabrielle Savage Dockterman 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Nancy L. Babine 
Ken Miller 
Gabrielle Savage Dockterman 

Produced by
Blake Corbet .... co-producer
Ron McLeod .... co-producer
Isen Robbins .... producer
Gabrielle Savage Dockterman .... producer
Aimee Schoof .... producer
Original Music by
Sheldon Mirowitz 
Cinematography by
Ken Kelsch 
Film Editing by
Tim Kane 
Don Packer 
Peter V. White 
Casting by
Adrienne Stern 
Production Design by
Katterina Keith 
Art Direction by
Cheryl Marion 
Set Decoration by
Dina Holmes 
Costume Design by
Linda Leduc 
Makeup Department
Malinda Ballesteros .... makeup artist (as Malinda Bennett)
Kashka Banjoko .... personal hair stylist: Danny Glover
Agnieszka Echallier .... project supervisor (as Agnieszka Kolakowska)
Joel Echallier .... special makeup effects artist
Paul Edwards .... key hair stylist
Joann Fowler .... key makeup artist
Juliana Vit .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Suzan Derkson .... unit production manager (as Suzan Derkson McLeod)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Victor Landrie .... second assistant director
Gordon MacDonald .... first assistant director
Ron McLeod .... second unit director
Art Department
Vance Conway .... construction coordinator
Sally Cook .... assistant set decorator
Henry Thomas Earle .... on-set props
Isobel Hamilton .... art department intern
Sandrine Hanna .... set dresser
Cher Lewis .... co-props master
Trevor Oleksy .... best boy greens
David Valentine .... co-property master
Margaret Vanderbolt .... graphic designer
Yoshiko Fumoto .... set decorator intern (uncredited)
Sound Department
David Alvarez .... sound designer
Leslie Bloom .... foley artist
Kevin Bowe .... foley recordist
Lukasz Janik .... foley recordist
Phillip Lefesi .... post-production sound supervisor
Roderick Matte .... boom operator
Eric Milano .... adr recordist
Rory O'Neill .... sound mixer
Jacob Ribicoff .... supervising sound editor
John Salk .... sound effects editor
Brian Vancho .... foley artist
Special Effects by
James Kozier .... special effects coordinator
Ron Kozier .... special effects assistant
Visual Effects by
Alison Andoos .... flame artist (uncredited)
Dave Alexander .... stunt coordinator
Dan Redford .... stunt driver
Owen Walstrom .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Mike Arnason .... best boy electric
Dan Bennett .... key grip
Jami Deweerd .... lighting technician
Sacha Fassaert .... daily first assistant camera
Simon Hunt .... gaffer
Casting Department
Stuart Aikins .... casting: Canada
Peter Berkrot .... additional casting
Sean Cossey .... casting: Canada
Lisa Ratke .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Michael John Bugera .... set costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Dave Mast .... assistant editor
Matthew Rogers .... assistant editor
Mark Trillizio .... post-production assistant
Transportation Department
David R. Anderson .... transportation coordinator (as Dave Anderson)
Other crew
Nick Bergstedt .... location manager
Charlene Callihoo .... first assistant accountant
Mark Andrew Clark .... acquisitions executive
Ric De Groot .... assistant production accountant
Ian Doig .... animal trainer
Chaunce Drury .... assistant production coordinator
Heather Gittens .... second assistant coordinator
Heather Gittens .... second assistant production coordinator
Scott M. Goldberg .... legal services
Rick Heal .... on-set tutor
Krista Johnston .... clearance
Christine Lalande .... script supervisor
John Latenser V .... location manager
Karen Lo .... assistant location manager
Grace MacLeod .... animal trainer
Robyn Marshall .... production intern
Sheri Mayervich .... location manager
Wendy Mills .... production intern
Christina Ollson .... production assistant
Moira Perlmutter .... production coordinator
David Pring-Mill .... production intern
Emily Robinson .... production intern
Carol Schafer .... production coordinator
Sherrie Sinclaire .... production intern
Craig Stapleton .... production accountant
Ki Wight .... assistant to producer
Julia Wilson .... accounting clerk
Andrew Wright .... production intern
Sloan Kelly .... special thanks
Jeff Tate .... special thanks
Donna Wong .... special thanks

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Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, some violence and language
USA:102 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Gabrielle Savage Dockterman's directorial debut.See more »
Plot holes: Jake sees Lenny studying his Purple Heart and tells her to stop. He has to move the doorway curtain out of the way. Since the curtain covered the room with no gaps, there is no way he could have seen what she was doing.See more »
Mitchell:[about Red] Funny thing is, I ain't never heard Red make a sound. Not so much as a peep. Walkin' body bag, that one. He died in the 'Nam.See more »


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28 out of 30 people found the following review useful.
Powerful Film, 23 September 2005
Author: Ray Bernard from United States

This film is really worth seeing. I saw it yesterday at the opening night of the International Diversity Film Market in D.C. Danny Glover introduced the film, and the producer/director Gabrielle Savage Dockterman plus actors Linda Hamilton and Zoë Weizenbaum held a Q&A session after the screening. (Mr. Glover had to leave to travel for an early morning shoot.) Judging from the many audience comments, the film had the same kind of impact on others as it did on me.

The acting is superb, which is important, because part of the film's impact stems from the realism of the characters. Within minutes your heart is captured by Lenny (Miss Weizenbaum's character), a darling young half Vietmanese girl whose American father is dying of lung cancer. The story deals with the multitude of issues that war veterans have to struggle with, and does so within a heartwarming and sometimes comedic--but always realistic--context. It is a story of healing, but with a plot has some surprising twists.

The original story has great personal meaning for the former green beret who wrote it, as well as for Mr. Glover and many others who were involved in the production. Whether or not you know anyone who has a similarity to any of the story's characters, you are bound to be touched by this movie. My wife and I both thoroughly enjoyed the film.

It is not a "feel good" film, but is very much a "feel right" film. This production more than does justice to the story and its important messages.

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