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Sometimes Living the Dream can be a nightmare...
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The successful life coach Erik Naybor seemingly has everything, but his success covers a dark history, and when his difficult nephew shoots his brother, the challenges starts unfolding. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Cary Elwes ... Erik

Evan Ellingson ... Roy Naybor

Illeana Douglas ... Jill (as Illeana Douglass)

Katie Cassidy ... Jessie

Chris Pratt ... Cam

Katie Finneran ... Linda

Anson Mount ... Larry

Clayne Crawford ... Reed

Kenneth Choi ... Dave
David Wilbur ... Vernon

Katrina Begin ... Leslie
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Matthew Allen ... Voice

Ed Begley Jr. ... Himself (scenes deleted)

Chris Byrne ... Some Guy
Antonio Caballero ... Guest
Leslie Klein ... Hooker

Mircea Monroe ... Daniella (scenes deleted)

Curt Clendenin ... Seminar Audience Member (uncredited)
Nick Dash ... Man in Seminar (uncredited)
Nick Stavrianoudakis ... Man in Seminar (uncredited)

Directed by
Matthew Allen 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Matthew Allen 

Produced by
Doug Bernheim .... executive producer
Cary Elwes .... executive producer
Joakim Hansson .... producer
Marco Henry .... producer
John Limotte .... producer
Mark Moran .... associate producer
George Paaswell .... line producer
Zoula Pitsiava .... associate producer
Peter Possne .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Eagle Eye Cherry 
Johan Söderqvist 
 
Cinematography by
Terrence Hayes 
 
Film Editing by
Sofia Lindgren 
Michael Palmerio 
 
Casting by
Susan Shopmaker 
 
Production Design by
Anna Vogt 
 
Art Direction by
Samuel Córdoba 
 
Costume Design by
Tabitha Johnson 
 
Makeup Department
Jennifer Lee .... assistant makeup artist
Danielle Lyn Saunders .... makeup department head
 
Production Management
Mark Moran .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brian O'Sullivan .... first assistant director
Ken Twohy .... crowds assistant director
Roger Udwin .... second assistant director
Dawn York .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Zoe Anderson .... art department assistant
Paige Bossier .... property master
 
Sound Department
Carl Edström .... re-recording mixer
Carl Edström .... sound effects editor
Thomas Huhn .... dialogue editor
Thomas Huhn .... re-recording mixer
Iris Karina .... boom operator (as Iris Lohninger)
Karl W. Lohninger .... sound mixer
Lucas Nilsson .... sound effects editor
 
Visual Effects by
Mats Holmgren .... digital colourist
Fredrik Höglin .... digital compositor
 
Stunts
Chris Byrne .... stunt coordinator
Danny Downey .... stunt double: Evan Ellingson
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Akman .... lighting technician
Tyler Anderson .... additional best boy electric
Tyler Anderson .... rigging best boy
Brett Carleton .... grip
Vincent Dow .... key grip
Suzanne England .... still photographer
Pete Escobar .... dolly grip
Jarrod Heath .... lighting technician
Greg HecQ .... lighting technician
Nicholas Gerard Klein .... best boy grip
Matt Kubas .... lighting technician
Erwin Landau .... Steadicam operator
Erwin Landau .... camera operator: "b" camera
Tommy Maddox-Upshaw .... chief lighting technician (as Tommy Upshaw)
Jon Myers .... Steadicam operator
Seth Orozco .... second assistant camera
Richard Ralston .... chief lighting technician
Rocky Rodriguez .... best boy grip
Rocky Rodriguez .... rigging key grip
Aaron Schulte .... lighting technician
Robert Shoemaker .... electrician
Robert Shoemaker .... lighting technician
Deron Tse .... grip
Deron Tse .... rigging best boy grip
Mira Velasco .... grip
Matt Zschoche .... assistant chief lighting technician
 
Casting Department
Terri Douglas .... adr group voice casting
Cash Oshman .... Big Crowds: President
Erica Palgon .... casting assistant
Sean Kevin Sweeney .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Melissa Montague .... costume supervisor
Jessa Santens .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Amy M. Fleming .... assistant editor
Jonas Jangvad .... conform
 
Location Management
Jon Dahl .... location staff
Jon Dorflinger .... location scout
Jeremy K. Fiest .... location staff
John Robert Johnson .... location staff
Jonathan Lynch .... location manager
Jesse H. Rivard .... key assistant location manager (as Jesse Rivard)
 
Transportation Department
David Colister .... transportation
Alan Kaminsky .... transportation captain
 
Other crew
Genevieve Coleman .... production coordinator
Christiane Covington .... script supervisor
Andrea Csabai .... assistant production coordinator
Claire Doré .... dog trainer
Kristin Mente .... assistant production accountant
John Ortbals .... dog trainer
Kelly Todd .... key set production assistant (as Kelly Sullivan)
Jamie Tubbs .... production assistant
Noreen Ward .... production accountant
 

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12 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Directorial debut offers up a smart comedy, 12 February 2008
Author: johno-21 from United States

I saw this last month at the 2008 Palm springs International Film Festival. American-born Director/writer Matthew Allen has been living in Sweden since 1991 so this film is listed as a co USA/Sweden production. It's a very strong debut feature film from Allen, a nice little comedy that will guarantee a smile on your face throughout the film. This in fact was one of the 10 audience favorites of the festival. Roy (Evan Ellington) is a troubled juvenile delinquent living with no supervision from his older deadbeat brother Reed (Clayne Crawford) after the death of their father Vernon (David Wilbur). Roy accidentally shoots Reed and Reed presses charges sending Roy to Juvi Hall. Roy's uncle Erik Naybor (Cary Elwes) comes to his rescue with an offer to live with him and his family and start a new life. Erik is a high powered motivational speaker who's kind of like a cross between Tony Robbins and Pat Boone and lives in a lavish spread in the Hollywood Hills. Jill (Illeana Douglas) is Erik's compatible wife and business partner. Cam (Chris Pratt) is the good looking, athletic and preppy perfect son who also takes an active part in his father's business. Jessie (Katie Cassidy) is the sweet and pretty cheerleader type daughter who rounds out the family unit in the family business. Linda (Kate Finneran) is a reporter for a Los Angeles newspaper magazine doing a cover story on Naybor and his motivational empire. As witty as this film is I don't see it finding a theatrical audience but it could find a following on one of the pay cable channels like HBO and a subsequent DVD audience. Music from Eale Eye Cherry and Johan Söderqvist. I would give this an 8.5 out of 10 and recommend it.

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