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Writers (WGA):
Gina Prince-Bythewood (screenplay)
Sue Monk Kidd (novel)
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Release Date:
17 October 2008 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Bring Your Girlfriends, Sisters, Mothers and Daughters
Plot:
Set in South Carolina in 1964, this is the tale of Lily Owens, a 14 year-old girl who is haunted by the memory of her late mother... See more » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
11 wins & 16 nominations See more »
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Gave Me Such a Buzz See more (51 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Dakota Fanning ... Lily Owens

Queen Latifah ... August Boatwright

Jennifer Hudson ... Rosaleen Daise

Alicia Keys ... June Boatwright

Sophie Okonedo ... May Boatwright

Paul Bettany ... T. Ray Owens

Hilarie Burton ... Deborah Owens

Tristan Wilds ... Zach Taylor

Nate Parker ... Neil

Shondrella Avery ... Greta
Renee Ford Clark ... Doll (as Renée Clark)

Sharon Conley ... Violet (as Sharon Morris)

Nicky Buggs ... Cressie

Jasmine Burke ... Sugar Girl
Emma Sage Bowman ... Young Lily

Emily Alyn Lind ... Young Lily

Addy Miller ... Young Lily

Taylor Kowalski ... Teenager

Bob Hungerford ... Frank Posey
Richard Todd Sullivan ... Mechanic
Chris Moore ... Posey's Buddy

Bill Oberst Jr. ... Sheriff Gaston
Cullen Moss ... Young White Policeman (as Cullen Dean Moss)
Walt Elder ... Driver
Dan Beene ... Mr. Kirven

Joe Chrest ... Mr. Forrest

Robin Mullins ... Miss Lacy
Tom Conder ... White Man #1

Jay Pearson ... White Man #3
Dan Cox ... Sheriff Brooks
Quentin Kerr ... Police Officer

Kimberly Bailey ... (voice)

Doug Burch ... (voice)

Cathy Cavadini ... (voice) (as Catherine Cavadini)

Lanei Chapman ... (voice) (as Lanai Chapman)
Barbara Harris ... (voice) (as Barbara Iley)

Amad Jackson ... (voice)
Tommy Lamey ... (voice)
Terence Mathews ... (voice)

Jeremy Maxwell ... (voice)

Alan Oppenheimer ... (voice)

Richard Penn ... (voice) (as Richard W. Penn)
Noreen Reardon ... (voice)
Cheryl Tyre Smith ... (voice) (as Cheryl Tyre-Smith)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chevy Lamont Cofield ... Townsmen (uncredited)
Linwood Mooring ... Onlooker (uncredited)
Lindsey Sherrin ... Teen (uncredited)
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Directed by
Gina Prince-Bythewood 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Gina Prince-Bythewood (screenplay)

Sue Monk Kidd (novel)

Produced by
Ed Cathell III .... co-producer
James Lassiter .... producer
Ewan Leslie .... co-producer
Joe Pichirallo .... producer
Jada Pinkett Smith .... executive producer
Aldric La'auli Porter .... co-producer (as Aldric Porter)
Lauren Shuler Donner .... producer
Will Smith .... producer
 
Original Music by
Mark Isham 
 
Cinematography by
Rogier Stoffers (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Terilyn A. Shropshire 
 
Casting by
Aisha Coley 
Craig Fincannon 
Lisa Mae Fincannon 
Mark Fincannon 
 
Production Design by
Warren Alan Young 
 
Art Direction by
William G. Davis 
Alan Hook 
 
Set Decoration by
James Edward Ferrell Jr. 
 
Costume Design by
Sandra Hernandez 
 
Makeup Department
Shutchai Tym Buacharern .... key makeup department head (as Tym Shutchai Buacharen)
Kari Delaney .... assistant hair stylist
Camille Friend .... hair department head
Lumas Hamilton Jr. .... hair stylist: Queen Latifah (as Lumas Hamilton)
Julie Kristy .... makeup: Queen Latifah
Rick Pour .... assistant makeup
Joy Zapata .... hair stylist: Dakota Fanning
Kelly Caldwell .... additional hair stylist (uncredited)
Jason Willis .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Victoria Wood .... wig maker: Dakota Fanning, Jennifer Hudson (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Ed Cathell III .... unit production manager
Elizabeth Fox .... post-production supervisor
Preston L. Holmes .... unit production manager (as Preston Holmes)
Dale Williams .... assistant unit production manager
Mike Crawford .... unit production manager (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brian Avery Galligan .... second second assistant director
Aldric La'auli Porter .... first assistant director (as Aldric Porter)
Joe Roddey .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Kip Bartlett .... on-set dresser (as Kip A. Bartlett)
Charles Bibbs .... creator: Black Madonna artwork
Charles Biting .... propmaker (as Charles Bitting)
Tracy Breyfogle .... art department production assistant (as Tracey Breyfogle)
John Bromell .... set dresser (as John T. Bromell)
Danielle Couture .... art department coordinator
Peter Durand .... scenic painter
Thurston Edwards .... buyer
Craig Gilmore .... illustrator
George W. Harding III .... key greens (as George Harding III)
Carl Hector .... greensman (as Carl F. Hector)
Chester Lee Henderson Jr. .... set dresser
Chris Holcombe .... scenic painter
Margie McLamb Holowaty .... buyer (as Margie Hallowaty)
Vincent E. Immordino .... greensman (as Vincent Immordino)
Tom Jones Jr. .... construction coordinator
Doug Kelejian .... set dresser (as Douglas Kelejian)
Randy Kenan .... foreman
Gerard Kern .... gang boss
Andy Krish .... greensman
Alicia Lowe .... construction buyer
David Lyons .... standby greens
Michael Marcelli .... greensman
Alex McCarroll .... set designer
James D. Nelson .... set dresser (as James D. Nelson)
Paul Oliver .... lead scenic (as Paul W. Oliver)
James F. Oñate .... paint foreman (as James Oñate)
John C. Powell .... gang boss
Steve Roberts .... greensman
John Sanders .... property master
Jason Scruggs .... propmaker
Roger Scruggs .... construction foreman (as Roger Scruggs Sr.)
Chris Shader .... property assistant (as Christopher 'Shady' Shader)
Michael Shapiro .... greensman (as Michael A. Shapiro)
'Jungle Jim' Shaughnessy .... on-set dresser (as James Shaughnessy)
'Polar Bear' Shaw .... leadman (as Polar Bear Shaw)
Barbara S. Shelton .... standby painter (as Barbara Seinfeld)
Larry C. Shepard .... paint gang boss
Bob Smith .... set dresser
Greg Spencer .... foreman (as Greg W. Spencer)
Michael H. Ward .... assistant art director (as Mike Ward)
Ernie Watson .... propmaker
John Weeks .... sculptor
Eric West .... set dresser (as Eric B. West)
Dana White .... greensman
Jesse Williams .... propmaker
Duane Williamson .... assistant property master
James Gambino .... typesetting (uncredited)
Jason Williamson .... set dresser (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Robert Althoff .... sound re-recordist
Julie Altus .... adr recordist
Jeremy Balko .... foley mixer
Jeremy Balko .... sound editor
Bridget Devaney-Nierenberg .... sound intern
Jenny Elsinger .... cable person
Marc Fishman .... sound re-recording mixer
Sean Foye .... foley mixer
Matthew Iadarola .... sound re-recording mixer
Tony Lamberti .... sound re-recording mixer
Jay Nierenberg .... sound designer
Jay Nierenberg .... sound supervisor
Todd Niesen .... sound editor
Angelo Palazzo .... sound editor
James Peterson .... boom operator
Shelley Roden .... foley artist
Carl Rudisill .... production sound mixer (as Carl S. Rudisill)
Dean St. John .... adr mixer
Phillip Young .... assistant sound editor (as Phillip J. Young)
Nick Foley .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Cameron O. Galloway .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Larry Hopkins .... layback sound mixer (uncredited)
Hugo Jeffreys .... adr recordist (uncredited)
John Soukup .... sound transfer (uncredited)
Ross Wissbaum .... adr recordist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
David Beavis .... special effects technician
Phil H. Fravel .... special effects technician
Stephen Lanier .... special effects coordinator
William Purcell .... special effects technician
Morgan McMath Rogers .... special effects technician (as Morgan M. Rogers)
 
Visual Effects by
Casey Allen .... inferno artist: Lola VFX
Ian Backer .... production assistant: Hammerhead Productions
Daniel Chuba .... executive producer: Hammerhead Productions (as Dan Chuba)
Trent Claus .... inferno artist: Lola VFX
Aliza Corson Chameides .... artist: Hammerhead Productions
Victor DiMichina .... visual effects producer: Pixel Magic
Jamie Dixon .... visual effects supervisor
Kevin Fisher .... 2d artist: Pixel Magic
Gilbert Gonzales .... artist: Hammerhead Productions
Deborah Hiner .... artist: Hammerhead Productions
Les Hunter .... visual effects producer: Hammerhead Productions
Chris Ingersoll .... inferno artist: Lola VFX
Justin Jones .... compositing supervisor: Hammerhead Productions (as Justin Other Jones)
Kelly Rae Kenan Green .... visual effects coordinator: Hammerhead Productions (as Kelly Kenan)
Benjamin Kutsko .... inferno artist: Lola VFX (as Ben Kutsko)
Didier Levy .... artist: Hammerhead Productions
Jeff Mailes .... 2d artist: Pixel Magic
Shira Mandel .... artist: Hammerhead Productions
Richard Matsushita .... artist: Hammerhead Productions
Mamie McCall .... artist: Hammerhead Productions
Ray McIntyre Jr. .... visual effects supervisor: Pixel Magic
Daniel Mellitz .... artist: Hammerhead Productions
Joel Merritt .... artist: Hammerhead Productions
Fatima Mojaddidy .... system administrator: Hammerhead Productions
Paolo Moscatelli .... cg supervisor: Hammerhead Productions
Thomas Nittmann .... visual effects producer: Lola VFX
Brian Nugent .... inferno artist: Lola VFX
Clark Parkhurst .... inferno artist: Lola VFX
Sean Wallitsch .... inferno artist: Lola VFX
Edson Williams .... visual effects supervisor: Lola VFX
Manny Wong .... animation supervisor: Hammerhead Productions
Ryan Zuttermeister .... visual effects associate producer: Lola VFX
Ryan Beadle .... digital i/o (uncredited)
Samuel M. Dabbs .... lead title designer (uncredited)
Michele Ferrone .... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Shaina Holmes .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Paulina Kuszta .... visual effects coordinator (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Tina Mckissick .... stunts
Dean Mumford .... stunt coordinator
Valerie N. Robinson .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Steven Allen .... dolly grip: "b" camera
Sidney Ray Baldwin .... still photographer (as Sidney Baldwin)
Troy Blischok .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Michael Bonsignore .... dolly grip: "a" camera
George Bozeman II .... company grip
Joe D'Alessandro .... camera operator (as Joseph C. D'Alessandro)
Michael A. Jones .... best boy electric
Charles Laughon .... video assist (as Charles 'Chaz' Laughon)
Jordan Lindsay .... assistant video assist
Matt Malloy .... company electric (as Matthew Malloy)
Nicole Jannai Martinez .... loader (as Nicole Martinez)
John McIntyre .... second assistant camera
Cristiano Palermi .... company electric
Brian Powell .... company electric
Robert M. Powell .... company grip
Bob Shober .... company grip (as Robert N. Shober)
Steve Skinner .... best boy grip
Tommy Ray Sullivan .... gaffer
Dascious Thomas .... key grip
Dan Turek .... first assistant camera (as Daniel Turek)
Jack Vollers .... company electric
Jessica Ward .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Bo Webb .... camera operator: "b" camera
Jamie Baglio .... electrician (uncredited)
Neil Boone .... additional grip (uncredited)
Matt Doll .... steadicam operator (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Kim Coleman .... additional casting
Tara Feldstein .... extras casting
Barbara Harris .... voice casting
Jackie Sollitto .... casting associate
Meredith Young .... extras casting
Amy Cohen .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Christian Kaplan .... executive in charge of casting (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Leigh Leverett .... costume supervisor
Joyce Marling .... key set costumer
Natalie Nye .... seamstress (as Natalie J. Nye)
Anne K. Osborne .... seamstress (as Anne K. Osbourne)
Alice Powell .... tailor
Dawn M. Williams .... set costumer
Jessica Williamson .... set costumer
Eulyn Womble .... set costumer (as Eulyn C. Hufkie-Womble)
Jeanie Baker .... costume supervisor (uncredited)
Natasha Konowalow .... costume assistant (uncredited)
Nina Schelich .... assistant costume designer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
David Todd Davies .... digital conforming and opticals: PostWorks Los Angeles
Elizabeth Fox .... post supervisor
David Friedman .... editorial production assistant
Scott Gregory .... digital film colorist: PostWorks Los Angeles
Michael L. Holland .... digital intermediate producer: PostWorks Los Angeles
Kenneth Marsten .... associate editor (as Kenny Marsten)
Heather J. Morrison .... assistant editor (as Heather Morrison)
Harry Muller .... color timer
Tim Safarik .... colorist: dailies
Tahj Gautier .... post-production assistant (uncredited)
Faust Pierfederici .... digital preview colorist (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Johnny Britt .... vocalist
Linda Cohen .... music supervisor
Laura Epstein .... cello coach: New York
John Fee .... music preparation
Isobel Griffiths .... orchestra contractor
Mark Isham .... musician: piano solos
Lewis Jones .... assistant music engineer
Zoe Keating .... musician: cello
Philip Klein .... music preparation
Kathy Meyer .... cello coach: North Carolina
Shawn Murphy .... score mixer
Jennifer Nash .... temp music editor
Cindy O'Connor .... assistant to composer
Tyler Parkinson .... assistant music engineer
Tyler Parkinson .... electronic pre-recordist
Conrad Pope .... supervising orchestrator
Simon Rhodes .... score recordist
Curtis Roush .... supervising music editor
L. Jimmy Sneed .... musician: guitar (as L.J. Sneed)
Jill Streater .... music preparation
Erik Swanson .... score recordist
Clifford J. Tasner .... orchestrator
Rosemary Warren-Green .... orchestra leader (as Rose Warren-Green)
 
Transportation Department
Lance Owens .... driver: Queen Latifah (as Lancelot Owens)
Scott Siler .... transportation captain (as Russell Scott Siler)
Tim J. Walters .... transportation coordinator
Russell l Byrd .... driver: cast (uncredited)
Linda Pickett .... driver (uncredited)
Kim Smallwood .... transportation (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Mark A. Alcala .... security: Queen Latifah
Ryan Bennett .... production assistant (as Ryan 'Flash' Bennett)
LaWanda Black .... executive assistant: Queen Latifah (as La Wanda Black aka 'LB')
Jen Brett .... production secretary
Cassandra Butcher .... unit publicist
Jan Cerwonka .... studio teacher
Michele Cusick .... production assistant
Jack Dubnicek .... assistant: Lauren Shuler Donner
Philippe Gallichet .... caterer: Cinema Catering (as Phillipe Gallichet)
Reva Grantham .... craft service
Casey Grimes .... bee assistant
Bass Hampton .... location manager
Barbara Efthymiou Harris .... assistant production coordinator
Brian Hicks .... assistant: Joe Richirallo
Meg Lansaw .... location production assistant (as Margaret W. Lansaw)
Vikki Lewis .... craft service
Kathy Liska .... executive assistant: Lauren Shuler Donner
Richard Lyons .... theatrical consultant: Queen Latifah
Natalie Mathes .... post-production accountant
Jenna Mazer .... accounting clerk
Shaun M. McGovern .... production accountant (as Shaun McGovern)
Shaun M. McGovern .... production auditor (as Shaun McGovern)
Tim Monich .... dialect coach
Natasha Parker .... assistant: Gina Prince-Bythewood
Thomas Parris .... assistant location manager (as Thomas Paris)
Thom Rainey .... script supervisor
Michael Ray .... craft service
Nicholas Raynor .... catering assistant: Cinema Catering
Matthew Richards .... catering assistant: Cinema Catering
Valerie N. Robinson .... production assistant (as Valerie Robinson)
Jeremy Sanchez .... post-production accounting assistant
Jonathan Stanley .... production assistant
Kelly Stultz .... payroll accountant (as Kelly Brett Stultz)
Rachael Tartell .... assistant location manager (as Rachael Tartel)
Lena Waithe .... assistant: Gina Prince-Bythewood
Pamela Williamson .... assistant auditor
Caleb Womble .... production coordinator (as J. Caleb Womble)
Julian I. Wooten .... bee keeper
Carolyn Barrett .... photo double (uncredited)
John Calvin Byrd .... assistant publicist (uncredited)
Jessica Drake .... dialect coach: adr (uncredited)
Ava DuVernay .... production publicist (uncredited)
D.R. Farquharson .... project manager: Deluxe Digital Cinema (uncredited)
Gary Glushon .... assistant: James Lassiter (uncredited)
Will Griffin .... production assistant additional (uncredited)
Kasey Kiser .... production assistant (uncredited)
Katarzyna 'Kait' Malec .... additional set production assistant (uncredited)
Thurston Pope .... stand-in (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Johnny Griffin .... the producers wish to thank: for their assistance
Bill Lewis .... the producers wish to thank: for their assistance
Guy J. Louthan .... the producers wish to thank for their assistance
Paul Sanchez .... the producers wish to thank for their assistance
Bill Vassar .... the producers wish to thank: for their assistance
 
Crew believed to be complete


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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for thematic material and some violence
Runtime:
USA:114 min (director's cut) | Canada:110 min (Toronto International Film Festival)
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Sound Mix:
DTS | Dolby (as Dolby Stereo) | SDDS
Certification:
Argentina:13 | Australia:M | Brazil:12 | Canada:PG (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba) | Canada:14A (Ontario) | Canada:G (Québec) | Finland:K-11 | Germany:12 | Ireland:15A | Mexico:B | Netherlands:12 | New Zealand:M | Norway:11 | Philippines:PG-13 (MTRCB) | Singapore:PG | South Korea:12 | UK:12A | USA:PG-13 (certificate #44411)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
Jennifer Hudson said in an interview that director Gina Prince-Bythewood had sent her to a store to get several items and while she was there, the staff and the customers verbally and racially abused her. The incident was, in fact staged by actors under Bythewood's direction in order for Hudson to get the feel of a racially tense environment, the time and setting of the film, and to help her with her characterization.See more »
Goofs:
Audio/visual unsynchronized: When Lily and Rosaleen are drinking their Cokes on the grass outside the Boatwright house, you see Rosaleen drink the last of the soda, but you can clearly hear the liquid flowing back into the bottle.See more »
Quotes:
Lily Owens:[First lines] I killed my mother when I was four years old. She was all I ever wanted and I took her away.See more »
Movie Connections:
Soundtrack:
The Honey SongSee more »

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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Gave Me Such a Buzz, 14 October 2009
Author: robert-temple-1 from United Kingdom

This film is wonderful, exhilarating, joyful. The cast are all spectacularly talented, and this film is another of those 'secret classics' which don't get the Oscars but actually deserve them. Gina Prince-Bythewood, the woman director, has made an intensely sensitive film about women, and it ain't no chick flic, it is serious stuff. I was knocked out by the sheer talent of the actresses. An eye opener to me was the incredible Queen Latifah. Apparently she is some kind of 'hip hop queen', but I wouldn't know about that, preferring Bach myself. She also 'raps', and I am one of those people who does not like or understand what they call 'rapping' at all, so I am glad she spared us that in the film. I notice from her bio that she was a basketball star in high school. Now that I can well believe, as she has the same 'body confidence' that another basketball player, Barack Obama, has. The director made a feature film about basketball earlier, so maybe that is how she and Miss Hip Hop the Rapper came together. But this woman Queen Latifah is a major example of Something Else. She has super-star quality. Really, I wanted to just rush up and hug her, that is how wonderful I think she was. However, the finest job of acting in this film full of genius is to my mind undoubtedly that of Sophie Okonedo, who plays the character May Boatwright, whose older sister and protector is Queen Latifah. She portrays a girl so tormented by 'not being quite right in the head', and so over-sensitive that she bursts into tears at the slightest thing, that it is hard to believe she is acting. It is a poignant performance, expressing to perfection the desperation of such a person who knows there is something wrong with her but can do nothing about it. The third sister is played by Alicia Keys, in real life a talented musician as well, and she portrays an over-intense hard-as-nails young woman terrified of marital commitment. Into this family comes the now teenaged Dakota Fanning, 'running away from home' as it were. She is making some progress with her speaking. Instead of 80 percent of her words being mumbled it is now down to about 20 percent. If she could ever master speech so that everything she said was comprehensible and audible, she could become a major actress, as her acting abilities are coming along nicely, and she effortlessly dominates scenes as long as Queen Latifah is not around (who has a greater command of the camera). I must say however that Dakota Fanning looked very tired to me, and maybe she ought to take a few months off, as she could burn out if she doesn't watch it, having worked non-stop practically since she was in the womb (I'm amazed she didn't star in something as a foetus). As for the story, it is very moving and emotional, a study in human conflicts, traumas, and feelings. This is the kind of film that women make, whereas men prefer making films where everybody gets killed. There's a gender lesson there somewhere! In this film, not even hope gets killed. So that means there is still hope. Jennifer Hudson gives wonderful support as the character Rosaleen, who accompanies Dakota Fanning as she flees from her father to take refuge with these women who had once known her dead mother. This is a happy-sad story that tears and warms the heart at the same time. Any woman would love it, and even some men might like it in between all the crime movies and battle scenes which they normally watch, where the quality is so often judged quantitatively, i.e. by the body count or by the sizes of the explosions. Here the only quantities involved are the degrees of emotion, which are in the upper nineties at least.

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