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Deceit -- A man (Long) returns to his hometown after his father's death and soon enters into an affair with the wife (Chriqui) of his old best friend (Mably).


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A man (Long) returns to his hometown after his father's death and soon enters into an affair with the wife (Chriqui) of his old best friend (Mably). Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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A movie trying to be erotic but isn't even remotely. See more (7 total) »


  (in credits order)

Emmanuelle Chriqui ... Emily

Matt Long ... Dave Ford

Luke Mably ... Brian

Pell James ... Claudia

Joe Pantoliano ... Anthony

Jon Abrahams ... Roger

Adrienne Barbeau ... Kathleen Darrow

Adam J. Smith ... Officer Thoms (as Adam Smith)

Ralph Garman ... Police Sargeant

Meghan Markle ... Gwen

Ryan Devlin ... Patron
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Timothy Bottoms ... Martin Ford
Cynthia Caraffa ... Hayes
Cynthia Petrello

Ashley Scott ... Sam Pruitt

Paul Grace ... Uniformed Policeman (uncredited)

Directed by
Matthew Cole Weiss 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Scott Malchus 
Matthew Cole Weiss 

Produced by
Nissa Ren Cannon .... associate producer
Ross M. Dinerstein .... producer
Jeff Fitzpatrick .... line producer (as Jeff Carlson)
Michael Horn .... producer
Matthew Lavin .... co-executive producer
David G. Mack .... executive producer
Damon Martin .... executive producer
Joe Pantoliano .... producer
Otto Michael Penzato .... associate producer
Thomas W. Petrarca .... executive producer
Cynthia Petrello .... executive producer
Scott Saldana .... producer
Bobby Schwartz .... producer
John S. Schwartz .... producer
Geoff Stults .... producer
Original Music by
Dan Silver 
Cinematography by
Ruben O'Malley 
Film Editing by
Grant Myers 
Casting by
Karen Meisels 
Production Design by
Marla Altschuler 
Set Decoration by
Matthew Trotter 
Costume Design by
Shawnelle Cherry 
Makeup Department
Leah Amorro .... assistant makeup artist
Tanya Cookingham .... key makeup artist
Claire Doyle .... assistant makeup artist
Jennifer Greenberg .... key hair stylist
Kelley Mitchell .... assistant hair stylist
Kelley Mitchell .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Christian Bevington .... unit production manager
Christopher Kulikowski .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Keith Jones .... second assistant director
Otto Michael Penzato .... first assistant director
Jon Recher .... second second assistant director
T.J. White .... second unit director
Art Department
Christian Ackerman .... lead man
Missy Brown .... assistant property master
Lee Ebersole .... property master
Blake Lee .... set dresser
Aimee Moraca .... set dresser (as Aimee Wilkison)
Adam C. Woods .... carpenter
Meredith Riley Worden .... on-set dresser (as Meredith Riley)
Sound Department
Michael Brown .... foley supervisor
Gary Coppola .... sound re-recording mixer
Jason Fyrberg .... foley artist
Darrell Hanzalik .... supervising sound editor
Sean Hoagland .... foley artist
Yagmur Kaplan .... sound designer
Yagmur Kaplan .... supervising sound editor
Tim D. Lloyd .... boom operator
Zsolt Magyar .... sound mixer
Phillip Perpich .... foley assistant
Christopher Sheldon .... foley walker
David Warburton .... first assistant sound editor
Cheryl Bermeo .... stunt double
Paul Eliopoulos .... stunts
Ryan Happy .... stunts
Marty Murray .... stunts
David Paul Olsen .... stunts
T.J. White .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Tyler Anderson .... best boy electric
Eduardo Barraza .... grip
Jeremie Brillant .... additional electrician
Steven Bryant .... additional electrician
Jacob Dovalina .... grip
Jose Elias Felix .... best boy grip
Ari Gertler .... Steadicam operator
David Isern .... Steadicam operator
David Isern .... additional photographer
David Isern .... camera operator: "b" camera
Henry Kingi Jr. .... camera operator
Henry Kingi Jr. .... camera operator: second unit
Matt Kubas .... key grip
Robert Lam .... camera loader
Erwin Landau .... Steadicam operator
Conan Mastrangelo .... grip
Joel Michalak .... grip
Cris Moris .... additional electrician (as Cristobal Moris)
Kevin Mucha .... electrician
Stephen Olsen .... additional electrician
Micha Owens .... still photographer
Ari Robbins .... Steadicam operator
Michael Roy .... gaffer
Jennifer Scarlata .... first assistant camera
Jaime Segschneider .... second assistant camera
Dale Tibor .... additional electrician
Christopher Vinopal .... electrician (as Chris Vinopal)
Casting Department
Kristan Berona .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kevin Ian Ackerman .... set costumer
Tisha D. Nagel .... key costumer (as Tisha Jahnke)
Editorial Department
Ken Schwartz .... colorist: dailies
Brendan Walsh .... associate editor
Music Department
Chris Cruse .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Corey Askins .... transportation coordinator
Eli Lozano .... driver
Other crew
Robert Funk .... background coordinator
Sherie Giehtbrock .... script supervisor
Jonathan 'Shaw' Grandi .... production assistant
Joshua Jaedicke .... titles
Jim Lindsey .... stand-in: Matt Long
Chandler Poling .... production assistant
Craig Simmons .... location manager
Benji Smith .... production assistant
Kevin Wenig .... production accountant

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Rated R for sexuality, language and some violence

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13 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
A movie trying to be erotic but isn't even remotely., 24 September 2007
Author: mike_panikhouse

All I can say is, this movie is made for the Lifetime Channel on TV, which means no solid characters, no particular style, weak acting all kinds of suggested sex but no-breasts and tushs (because boy, that would just catapult the film into the depths of sleaze wouldn't it?) but the heavily simulated sex, well, that's OK.

When watching these films I have to ask myself, when will these types of TV channels and their advertisers ever grow up? I think these companies are actually way behind the times. They really have no clue what the younger generation is in tune with and if they knew they would demand we change. The whole point of many American TV channels like these seems mostly to regurgitate the same sanitized, diluded garbage over and over like a generic movie assembly line. I guess it works for them... or at least it has. Not sure about the future though.

Don't bore yourself to death like I did. Seek out some real TV movies on HBO, Showtime, IFC, Starz, etc. Any channel that puts effort into their work and doesn't have to ask a priest what they can or cannot show.

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