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Say Uncle -- A young artist (Peter Paige), desperate to replace the relationship he had with his recently relocated godson, is targeted by a neighborhood mom (Kathy Najimy) as a potential threat to the community.
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Say Uncle -- Clip: Maggie and Paul meet


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A young artist (Peter Paige), desperate to replace the relationship he had with his recently relocated godson, is targeted by a neighborhood mom (Kathy Najimy) as a potential threat to the community. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Directed by
Peter Paige 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Peter Paige 

Produced by
Steven Buss .... executive producer
Michael C. Cuddy .... co-producer
Michael C. Cuddy .... line producer
Frank Gangi .... co-executive producer
Bill Goddard .... associate producer
Eric Morris .... co-executive producer
Kathy Najimy .... associate producer
Peter Paige .... producer
Christopher Racster .... producer
Richard Roll .... co-producer
Original Music by
Kurt Swinghammer 
Cinematography by
David A. Makin 
Film Editing by
Wendy Hallam Martin 
Casting by
Eyde Belasco 
Louanne Moldovan 
Production Design by
Damon Sullivan 
Art Direction by
Laura Rumbel 
Damon Sullivan 
Costume Design by
Joyce Kim Lee 
Makeup Department
Alison Binford .... assistant hair stylist
Alison Binford .... assistant makeup artist
Molly Craytor .... assistant makeup artist
E. Larry Day .... key makeup artist
Katherine Ross .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Shane Jatho .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Shawn Dyrdahl .... second second assistant director
Todd Guzze .... second assistant director
Paul Silver .... first assistant director
Art Department
Greg Brown .... property master
Eli Fleming .... intern
Uriah Herr .... art lead man
Uriah Herr .... leadman
Sarah Serata .... art department production assistant
David Storm .... on-set dresser
Stephanie Tichenor .... art department coordinator
Sound Department
Jim Baer .... sound mixer
David W. Barr .... adr recordist
Sue Conley .... adr editor
Erik Culp .... sound re-recording mixer
John Elliot .... foley artist
Martin Gwynn Jones .... first assistant sound editor
Phil McCarthy .... boom operator
Dale Sheldrake .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
William Boggs .... special effects foreman
Kai Shelton .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Angie Howard .... visual effects producer: Animation Dynamics Inc.
Camera and Electrical Department
Melanie C. Brown .... assistant camera (as Melani C. Brown)
Tyson Carpenter .... electrician
Frank DiMarco .... still photographer
T.G. Firestone .... assistant camera
Matt Gulbin .... key grip
Wes Houle .... gaffer
Tim Jankowski .... jib operator
Christian Martinez .... gaffer
Jon Sharpy .... playback operator
Shawn Stoddard .... dolly grip
Randall S. Timmerman .... steadicam operator (as Randy Timmerman)
Mark Tomlinson .... grip
Michael Ursetta .... best boy electric
Steve Waters .... electrician
Larry Wright .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Casting Department
Louanne Moldovan .... casting: Portland
Danny Stoltz .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kari A. Coleman .... on-set wardrobe assistant
Jenelle Giordano .... wardrobe intern
Martha Hines .... assistant costume designer
Kristin McKinney .... wardrobe buyer
Crystal Shade .... costumer (as Crystal Rasmussen)
Editorial Department
Chris Dover .... colorist
Patrick Duchesne .... colorist: dailies (as Pat Duchesne)
Hugh Elchuk .... assistant editor
Music Department
Amy Fritz .... music consultant: S.L. Feldman & Associates
Yuri Gorbachow .... music editor
Michael Perlmutter .... music supervisor (as Michael A. Perlmutter)
Andrew Wright .... assistant music editor
Other crew
Shawn Dawes .... production assistant
Joseph R. Faltyn .... production assistant
Susan Funk .... set production assistant
Lori Goldbach .... production accountant
Steven Guy .... production coordinator: Los Angeles
TeriLee Huff .... location manager
Shanda Jackson .... key craft services
Andrew Maher .... assistant: Mr. Paige
RQ Mattoso .... production assistant (as Robert Mattoso)
Bree McDonough .... electronic press kit
Brian McDonough .... electronic press kit
Andrea McDowell .... production coordinator
Davis Priestley .... key set production assistant
Tas Steiner .... publicist
Heidi Sturdevant .... script supervisor

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Also Known As:
Rated R for some language
91 min
Sound Mix:
USA:R | USA:R (MPAA rating)

Did You Know?

Kathy Najimy's daughter appears in the movie. When the adults have given up chasing Paul down the street and return to their kids at the park, she is the redheaded girl in a denim-blue shirt next to Susan.See more »
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References The Shining (1980)See more »


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7 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
A very touching film, 10 November 2006
Author: Gordon-11 from Earth

This film is about a gay man who likes interacting with children, and hence being mistaken for a paedophile.

I find this film very impressive. The cinematography is excellent, the set designs are very well composed and visually attractive. The most important thing is that the plot is outstanding.

It deals with many social issues. It looks at how one person jumping into conclusions can cause so much bias and distorted viewpoints. It looks at how one vocal and persuasive person can influence the crowd, creating a herd effect not dissimilar to what Hitler was able to do. It examines how people are protective of children in such a way that they would rather accuse the good than to miss one bad guy. It also looks at how gay men are robbed of their rights to adopt, or to be near children because of the mistaken idea of "homosexuals have to be paedophiles".

I am immensely impressed by this film. It touches me and I am sure it will touch you too.

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I found it stunning that Paul never raged at Maggie and her lynch mob... ellison33
Great Movie! livingfortoday
Makes Me Never Want To Have Kids . . . goldengirlfanatic
disturbing movie wiffle73
Flawed, but engaging at times sign543
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