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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Rodney Patrick Vaccaro (telescript)
Connie Willis (short story "Just Like the Ones We Used to Know")
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Release Date:
20 November 2005 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
On one snow-filled day... anything can happen. See more »
Plot:
A mysteriously spreading period of postcard winter conditions, complete with snow, over most of the... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
1 win See more »
User Reviews:
What an abysmal holiday movie. See more (8 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Julie Ann Emery ... Stacey

Jennifer Esposito ... Pilar

Camryn Manheim ... Bev

Poppy Montgomery ... Paula

Jason Priestley ... Warren

Josh Randall ... Billy

David Sutcliffe ... Jim

Eric Szmanda ... Luke

Mary Tyler Moore ... Aunt Lula

Michelle Krusiec ... Joey

Vince Vieluf ... Mario

Hunter Clary ... Miguel

Aldis Hodge ... Hotel Piano Player

Marco St. John ... Judge Tilma

Ritchie Montgomery ... Kirk

Lance E. Nichols ... Boudreaux

Francine Segal ... Dottie
Caroline McKinley ... Marjean
Stormy Shuff ... Shara

Ted Manson ... Pastor Lindquist

Rhoda Griffis ... Jane
Pat Hazell ... Howard

J.D. Evermore ... Joe
Walter Breaux Jr. ... Father Rick

Ann Mahoney ... Brenda Wyatt
Veronica Mosgrove ... Lynn Brown
Chaz Leary ... Homeless Singer
Manny Chevrolet ... Airport Hotel Clerk
Kedren Werner ... Airport Waitress

Oscar Torre ... Airport Bartender (as Oscar Torres)
George Houth ... Airport Santa
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gabrielle Shuff ... Shara

George Anton ... Airport Traveler (uncredited)

Melissa Caudle ... Airport Traveler (uncredited)
Tyler Chetta ... Family Son (uncredited)

Edward Cummings ... Office Worker (uncredited)

Anthony Gangi ... TV Station Employee (uncredited)

Debby Gaudet ... Coffee Shop Patron (uncredited)
Jason M. Giaccone ... Coffee shop patron (uncredited)
Jillian Hultenius ... Waitress (uncredited)
Cynthia LeBlanc ... Airport Traveler (uncredited)
Elton LeBlanc ... Airport Traveler (uncredited)

Michael Wozniak ... Caroler (uncredited)

Directed by
Peter Werner 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Rodney Patrick Vaccaro (telescript) (as Rodney Vaccaro)

Connie Willis (short story "Just Like the Ones We Used to Know")

Produced by
Gideon Amir .... producer
Desiree J. Cadena .... associate producer
Vince Gerardis .... co-executive producer
Ragna Nervik .... executive producer
Ralph Vicinanza .... co-executive producer
Robert J. Wilson .... producer
Mark Wolper .... executive producer
Mark Wolper .... producer
 
Original Music by
Ernest Troost 
 
Cinematography by
Kees Van Oostrum 
 
Film Editing by
Scott Vickrey 
 
Casting by
Steve Brooksbank 
Mary Jo Slater 
 
Production Design by
Rodger Maus 
 
Art Direction by
Joseph Litsch  (as Joe Litsch)
 
Set Decoration by
Raymond Pumilia  (as Ray Pumilia)
 
Costume Design by
Peggy Stamper 
 
Makeup Department
Rodger Jacobs .... makeup artist
Susan 'Star' Orr .... key hair stylist
Donna Spahn .... hair department head
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jason Altieri .... key second assistant director
Michael Neumann .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Chris Britt .... set dresser
Monique Champagne .... buyer
Monique Champagne .... props assistant
Gus Coto .... leadman
Rich Hobaica .... property master
Twig Leveque .... graphic designer
Sam Lothridge .... on-set dresser
Leonard Marchand .... assistant property master (as Leonard Lavigueur)
Brent Stewart .... carpenter
 
Sound Department
Sean Byrne .... sound editor
Tim Chilton .... foley artist
Bob Costanza .... sound effects editor
Devon Heffley Curry .... adr supervisor
Terry O'Bright .... sound re-recording mixer
Pete Romano .... adr mixer
Richard Schexnayder .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
David Nash .... special effects technician
 
Visual Effects by
Robert Cribbett .... visual effects supervisor: main title sequence, yU+Co
Jiri Forejt .... digital compositor
Lukas Herrmann .... digital matte painter
Vít Komrzý .... visual effects producer
Tomas Munzar .... digital compositor
Peter Nemec .... Inferno artist
Robert Pik .... digital compositor
Jiri Stamfest .... matte artist: digital painter
Petr Vcelicka .... digital compositor
Jan Vseticek .... visual effects coordinator
David Vána .... visual effects supervisor
Sarah Coatts .... visual effects producer: main title sequence, yU+co. (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Trace Cheramie .... stunts
Jeff Galpin .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Grayson Austin .... Steadicam operator
Grayson Austin .... camera operator: "a" camera
David C. Edwards .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Ryan Eustis .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Kevin Gazdik .... best boy electric
Carolyn Hufstetler .... camera loader
Joe Iverson .... electrician
Michael D. Kennedy .... electrician
Dan Kubicek .... electrician
Mike Nami Jr. .... grip
Zach Nasits .... first assistant camera
Kennith G. Smith .... dolly grip
 
Casting Department
Elizabeth Coulon .... extras casting
Manny Fernandez .... casting assistant
Vince Rimoldi .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Daniel George .... costume supervisor
Fred Lloyd .... assistant to costume designer
Dena Matranga .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Josh Beal .... assistant editor
Tom Reagan .... post-production assistant
Gregory White .... colorist
 
Music Department
Julie Eidsvoog .... music preparation
Rick Giovinazzo .... orchestrator
Chris Ledesma .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Donald Burdett .... transportation captain
Dale Combs .... driver: honeywagon
Donald Dibartolo .... driver
Rene Horstmann .... driver
Dwayne Lain .... driver
Brad Lips .... driver: day player
Skip Barbay .... driver: dayplayer (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Kathleen D. Brennan .... assistant to director (as Kathleen Doise)
Nicholas Brown .... production assistant
Victor Brunette .... key location assistant
Laura Elizabeth Cannon .... assistant to executive producer
Trace Cheramie .... animal wrangler
Tina H. Kim .... production assistant
John Lavis .... set medic
Albert Ledet .... location assistant
Rob Lee .... production coordinator
Kathleen Lynch .... craft service
Aubrey McLaughlin .... production assistant
Mark Miller .... payroll accountant
Autumn Lee Montgomery .... extras wrangler
Holly O'Quin .... animal wrangler
Nathan Parker .... production assistant
Synderella Peng .... title designer
Brandy Scott .... stand-in
Terry Sims .... assistant: Mary Tyler Moore
Samuel W. Sullivan .... script supervisor
 

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5 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
What an abysmal holiday movie., 28 November 2005
Author: Sandra Kasturi from Canada

You know, I'm a fan of Connie Willis's fiction, which is the only reason I tuned into this dreck-fest of a film. I mean, it's a network made-for-TV movie called "Snow Wonder." The probability for awfulness was high from the get-go. But it was based on a short story by Connie Willis, so...I figured, what the heck, right? What a mistake. There's two hours I'll never get back. The story arc was awful--perhaps the fact that there were so many separate story lines had something to do with that, who knows? I never cared for any of the characters; almost all of them were tiresome to a fault. The cast was not so bad, but most of the actors seemed like they were flailing around without any direction. Camryn Mannheim and David Sutcliffe especially deserve better. I'm not sure what happened to Mary Tyler Moore... maybe it was just that the character she was playing was so stereotyped and tired..."Oooh, I'm so eccentric! Oooh, I wear a lot of scarves and drapey clothes--that shows how artsy I am!" Her storyline in particular was excruciating to watch. And I've never seen so many overused visual and verbal clichés that masquerade as storytelling in my life. If Connie Willis's short story is anything like this, I may have to revise my opinion of her work. Then again, look what happened to Ursula LeGuin's Earthsea when it made it to TV. Oh, the humanity. It's too late for me, but save yourselves and avoid "Snow Wonder" at all costs. I only give it a 2 out of 10 because it's not as bad as "Salsa" (truly the worst film ever made).

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