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Julia Loktev (writer)
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Release Date:
28 March 2007 (Belgium) See more »
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A 19-year-old girl prepares to become a suicide bomber in Times Square. She speaks with a nondescript American accent... See more » | Add synopsis »
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6 wins & 6 nominations See more »
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Pretending to read the 2 critics above me* hitting on words like wannabe Jihadee.. and moving on* See more (30 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Luisa Williams ... She

Josh Philip Weinstein ... Commander (as Josh P. Weinstein)

Gareth Saxe ... Organizer

Nyambi Nyambi ... Organizer
Frank Dattolo ... Bombmaker

Annemarie Lawless ... Bombmaker's Assistant
Teo Yoo ... Driver (as Tschi-Hun Kim)
Richard Morant ... Flirt
Jennifer Camilo ... Bathroom Girl
Rosemary Apolinaris ... Bathroom Girl
Jennifer Restrepo ... Bathroom Girl
Julissa Perez ... Bathroom Girl
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Orlando S. Gondar ... Restaurant Guest
JoJo Shaffer ... Shopper (uncredited)

Directed by
Julia Loktev 
 
Writing credits
Julia Loktev (writer)

Produced by
Melanie Judd .... producer
Jessica Levin .... producer
Julia Loktev .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Benoît Debie (director of photography) (as Benoit Debie)
 
Film Editing by
Julia Loktev 
Michael Taylor 
 
Casting by
Ellyn Long Marshall 
Maria E. Nelson 
 
Production Design by
Kelly McGehee 
 
Set Decoration by
Zoe Hoare 
 
Costume Design by
Rabiah Troncelliti 
 
Makeup Department
Keith Palmer .... special makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Melissa B. Miller-Costanzo .... production manager (as Melissa Miller)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Richard Stuart Perkins .... additional assistant director (as Stuart Perkins)
Cayetana Vidal .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Joel Custer .... set dresser
Zoe Hoare .... property master
Elizabeth J. Jones .... set dresser (as Elizabeth Jones)
Michael McKowen .... set dresser
Sayaka Nagata .... set dresser
Sayaka Nagata .... shopper
Garrett Ricciardi .... set dresser
Jae Song .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Brian Dunlop .... sound editor
Raphael Laski .... location sound recordist
Monique Reymond .... foley artist
Leslie Shatz .... sound designer
Leslie Shatz .... sound re-recording mixer
Luisa Williams .... foley artist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Best .... additional first assistant camera
Manuel Billeter .... first assistant camera
Steven Capitano Calitri .... gaffer (as Steve Calitri)
Shawn Greene .... gaffer (as Shawn Green)
Jamison Grella .... grip
Julian Harker .... second assistant camera
Sean Taylor .... electrician
 
Casting Department
Lisa Chang .... casting assistant
Sara Heinze .... casting assistant
Meredith Jacobson .... extras casting: Amerifilm Casting (as Meredith Jacobson Marciano)
Serena Norr .... casting assistant
Kaz Phillips .... casting associate
Josh Rubin .... casting assistant (as Josh Ruben)
Ambika Samarthya .... casting assistant
 
Editorial Department
Burkhard Althoff .... commissioning editor
Peter Bernaers .... colorist
Kristin Choi .... editing intern
Sophie Denize .... digital intermediate producer
Jim Hurley .... high definition consultant
Connor Kalista .... additional assistant editor
Riva Marker .... assistant editor
Matt Slevin .... editing intern
David Tai Bornoff .... additional assistant editor (uncredited)
Bob Fernley .... supervising digital intermediate producer: Efilm (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Emmy Catedral .... production assistant
Ryan Cheresnick .... production assistant
Gia Clark .... assistant to director
Matt Cross .... production assistant
Kathryn Dean .... production assistant (as Kate Dean)
Olenka Denysenko .... production assistant
Kelly Dorsey .... production assistant
Steve Faughnan .... location scout
Jonathan Gray .... legal services: Spivak & Gray
Adam Mendes .... production assistant
Malcolm Murray .... movement trainer
Luba Proger .... title designer
Karina Ramirez Cabrera .... production assistant (as Karina S. Ramirez Cabrera)
Joe Santini .... sign language coach
Fred Siegel .... tax consultant
Nathan Silver .... production assistant
Torrey Townsend .... production assistant
Felicia Williams .... production assistant
D.R. Farquharson .... project manager: EFilm (uncredited)
 

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USA:94 min | Canada:94 min (Toronto International Film Festival)
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Pretending to read the 2 critics above me* hitting on words like wannabe Jihadee.. and moving on*, 28 August 2011
Author: pagetti_ohs from USA

To me this wasn't even about the complexity or minimization of a film.. it was the reality that sunk in knowing.. the turmoils and thoughts I've went through.. How far would I go as a teenager.. when I was a teenager, to change the world for my country? Being a soldier was never in my plans and making a name for myself wasn't my style. Don't get me wrong, this isn't about me either... it's about the fact of "desperation vs determination". Oswald, just the guy next door, no one saw that coming. Kip Kinkle (2 weeks before Columbine, Springfield, Or) had enough bullying for a change.. made some computer aided bombs and said "Amazing Grace" to mom and dad, before heading off to school in the morning. 2 students dead 22 wounded. ( A friend of mine was hit in the leg that day) Regardless... this film, is about elements beyond our self indulged lives. People merrily go about their day and randomly hand a young teenage girl change for the phone, unaware she's calling the very men.. who have planted about 20 lbs. of Semtex in her JanSport.

Everything we love and live for, everyone we hold dear is gone, within a Killswitch engage of a second.. and we didn't even realize we walked right past the girl.. and yeah so what if she was crying a little and had some urine on her pants.. I can't remember what she was wearing.. she looked American to me ,Officer!.. I mean I have a kid sister that age, mister detective..."

A young girl going from one random street clicking on a Mp3 player, and helplessly being devastated by the fact that she failed her people, and yet innocent bystanders just simply look past her, most not even noticing the possible brush of death knocking so closely at their door.. as they walk right by with their children.

Her untrue story is she has no family.. they died where she came from, and something tells you that if she had stated the truth these men would never let her go through with it.. and yet when she reaches out for her parents.. the shame of it seems to make herself dead to them, or she chose this for her punishment. But at what price and what reward.. Honor? Vengeance? No Self Worth? I mean teenagers are teenagers, no matter what country they are evolving from.

I believe she was faced with the same humanity we are faced with in every country. We need and we need to be needed. She was reaching out to be important and when she failed in an epic way.. she was no longer useful to herself.. it left her open to face the issue of being in enemy territory, and even more vulnerable and here we grow a bit more compassion for her character.

I loved the ending of the movie. Chills on so many levels and if you didn't get them, then you need some deep rooted nature and issues to dissolve within yourself and although I would never want anyone to succeed at these actual acts in reality, it is about time the people get a film where someone finally puts an end to it all. No endings like 2012. No islands to save the lucky innocence. If people want reality, and believe me a movie like this can't get any more true to the bone real, and then they want to complain about how slow and boring it went.. then I say let them have their oblivious ending. It wasn't supposed to have a hero or a fight scene .. running 'lola' or DEA busts. JUST RAW TRUTH. But the wake up call that we are so blind to hate and acts done out of confusion, fear, misunderstanding and pure hatred given from a higher command.. It's a sad and scary thing.. and I can only hope to understand someday why anyone feels compelled to be a suicide bomber. As an American citizen.. I think it's my right to know exactly why they hate us so much to do this? What is truly going on that we aren't being told?? This movie gives me the humanities version..not the stereotypical terroristic "Ironman" version. that was a great movie too. but Not even close on the same level of art!

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