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Fatwa ()


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In the midst of a personal crisis, junior senator Maggie Davidson (Holly) ascertains that she's the subject of a terrorist plot.

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Noa Goldman
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John Davidson
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Maggie Davidson
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Bobby
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Cassie Davidson
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George
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Teacher
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Samir Al-Faied
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The Spy
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Sandy
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Vince
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Grady Frank
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Businessman (uncredited)
Andrew Schneider ...
Red Top Cab Patron (uncredited)

Directed by

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John R. Carter ... (as John Carter)

Written by (WGA)

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Scott Schafer ... ()

Produced by

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Pete Ballard ... executive producer: post production
Brian Bremer ... post-production producer
John R. Carter ... producer (as John Carter)
Carol Flaisher ... producer
Lisa Fozzati ... associate producer (as Lisa Hagenmeyer)
Lauren Holly ... executive producer
James Knight ... consulting producer
Glenn Rigberg ... executive producer
Scott Schafer ... producer
Michael Valverde ... consulting producer

Cinematography by

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Brian Gurley

Film Editing by

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Dennis M. Hill
Jimmy Hill

Editorial Department

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David C. Ballard ... on-line/color correction
D.C. Cardinali ... colorist: Director's version
Joey Lawrence ... assistant editor
Robert Peterson ... assistant editor
Brett Rakestraw ... assistant editor
Natalie Sperrazza ... post production supervisor
Justin Sucara ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Donna DeSeta

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Wanda Privot

Costume Design by

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Johnetta Boone

Makeup Department

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Charmaine Henninger ... hair stylist
Lauretta J. McCoy ... key makeup artist / special makeup effects artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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John D. Bert ... second assistant director
Alice M. Peschl ... second second assistant director

Sound Department

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Abdou Camara ... boom operator
Blake Eiseman ... sound designer
Jim Gilchrist ... sound mixer
Jeff M. Sliney ... sound designer

Camera and Electrical Department

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James E. Cheek ... grip
Nate Clapp ... assistant camera
Doug Gritzmacher ... second assistant camera
Steven Gurley ... second assistant camera
A.J. Johnson ... key grip
Tim Kossa ... electrician
Nimit Phongnimit ... swing electrician
Wes Sullivan ... gaffer
Russell A. Wicks ... best boy grip (as Russell Wicks)
Mike Wilson ... best boy electric

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Amanda Sroka ... costume supervisor

Location Management

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Johnny Sacko ... location manager

Transportation Department

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Verdell E. Veney ... driver (as Verdell Veney)

Other crew

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Scott Foster ... production assistant
Steve Freed ... caterer
Joan Insley ... production accountant
Peter Madamba ... script researcher
Nancy Mantelli ... script supervisor
Lauren Minichino ... production coordinator
Matthew Dillon Noonan ... production assistant
David Parrott ... production associate
Eddy Shalita ... dialect/language coach (as Eddy Challita)
Jimmy T. Smith ... production assistant
Robert C. Yu ... producer's representative

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Plot Keywords
Taglines The days of ignorance are gone... See more »
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Also Known As
  • Fatwa - Guerra Declarada (Brazil)
  • Days of Terror (Australia)
  • Фетва (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Tromokratiko htypima (Greece)
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  • 91 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs Lacey Chabert's character uses the military ID card of her late Israeli sister to cut coke. The second time we see it, it is a completely different card, with gibberish for the Hebrew letters. See more »
Movie Connections References Sunset Boulevard (1950). See more »

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