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Cravings -- Nina (Jaime Winstone), a troubled teen, is fixated on an uninterrupted feast of destruction when she's forced to confront her immortality and twisted blood lust. Trapped between light and dark, psychosis and reality, between the living and the dead, she'll stop at nothing to satiate her cravings. Every addiction has a price and usually it's the cost of a life. Her price will be life too...but never her own.
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Cravings (DVD Review)
 (From Fangoria. 14 August 2009, 5:24 PM, PDT)

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A fascinating, and shocking, study of illness and medical ethics! See more (5 total) »


  (in credits order)
Richard Harrington ... Stephen

Jaime Winstone ... Nina

Louise Delamere ... Liz
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Francesca Marie Claire ... Social Worker

Tom Cullen ... Jason
Ifan Huw Dafydd ... Rossiter
Alex Dunn ... Clare

Roger Evans ... Estate Agent
Iola Gregory ... Cath

Mark Lewis Jones ... Eisner
Katie Owen ... Lucy

Sule Rimi ... Doctor
Nia Roberts ... Nurse

Directed by
D.J. Evans 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
D.J. Evans 

Produced by
Huw Penallt Jones .... executive producer
Nerys Lloyd .... producer
Andrew Loveday .... executive producer
Mike Loveday .... executive producer
Will Machin .... associate producer
Trudy Sargent .... co-producer
Gerry Toomey .... line producer
Cinematography by
Jonathan Bloom 
Film Editing by
John Richards 
Casting by
Anna Kennedy 
Production Design by
Bill Bryce 
Costume Design by
Allie Saunders 
Makeup Department
Paul Boyce .... hair designer
Paul Boyce .... makeup designer
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Heledd Angharad .... second assistant director
Jonathan Eckersley .... first assistant director (additional photography)
Iwan Sion .... third assistant director
Dyfed Williams .... first assistant director
Art Department
Zoe Hewett .... assistant art director
Rachel Holland .... graphic design
Claire Williams .... props
Sound Department
Simon Brown .... boom operator
Alex Hudd .... sound consultant: dolby
Simon Jones .... sound re-recording mixer
Simon Jones .... supervising sound editor
Steve Miller .... sound editor
Dai Reynolds .... sound
Special Effects by
Paul Boyce .... prosthetics designer
Valentina Catena .... optical effects
Visual Effects by
Phil Green .... colourist
Paul J. Wright .... scanning and recording manager
Camera and Electrical Department
Ryan Andrews .... trainee assistant camera
Ossian Bacon .... assistant camera (as Ossie Bacon)
Ossian Bacon .... clapper loader
Llyr Evans .... gaffer
Steve Hopkins .... additional electrician
Warren Orchard .... still photographer
Martin Scanlan .... focus puller
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kate Brown .... costume assistant
Kate Jeanne .... costume supervisor (as Kate Bohin)
Music Department
Owen Powell .... movie composer
Other crew
Ann Baker .... production assistant
Sean James Cameron .... location manager
Steve Cronick .... production accountant
Matt Curtis .... title designer
Paul Howard Hunt .... floor runner (as Paul Hunt)
Will Machin .... director of sales
David Praxton .... runner
Juliea Stewart .... script supervisor
Ann Summerhayes .... production coordinator
Alyson Williams .... set medical advisor

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Also Known As:
"Daddy's Girl" - UK (original title)
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Rated R for bloody violence, disturbing images, nudity and language
Germany:90 min (European Film Market)


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12 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
A fascinating, and shocking, study of illness and medical ethics!, 8 August 2009
Author: Andy Carrasco (pranakhan) from San Francisco Bay, CA

This movie was a pleasant surprise for me! If you are debating about watching this film because you think it its a "vampire" movie (due to inaccurate reviews/synopses in many locations) i am happy to tell you this movie has nothing to do with the vampires and only minimally dabbles in issues related to the supernatural.

Cravings (Daddy's Girl in UK) is actually a well written, acted, and cerebral thriller about a psychiatrist trying to help a mysterious teenage girl he believes may be suicidal. However, this doctor has some emotional issues of his own to deal with, and he gets to deeply and personally involved with the patient and her single Mother. The girl initially appears in the hospital as a possible suicide attempt because she cut hr wrist, and he believes the girl may be suffering from depression.

The shocking, stomach churning, and very dangerous truth behind his patient's increasingly bizarre and dangerous behavior is far worse than depression. When the doctor finally realizes the shocking and very serious depth of the girls illness, he finds that he has become trapped with the girl and her increasingly dangerous manipulation. When he finally asks for help, its too late, because he allowed himself to break the rules of medical ethics and crosses the line. The ending is a satisfying and completely unexpected twist! The movie starts moving quickly, and I enjoyed the director's skillful method of steadily ratcheting up the tension from beginning to end a PERFECTLY steady pace. I mean there is no lull or boring parts. It snagged me in within the first few minutes. The movie truly felt like it was accelerating, exposing me to a few mildly disturbing events at first but then things get continuously more shocking, disturbing, and eventually rather gory right until the credits roll.

Excellent movie! If you like deep psychological thrillers or horror films then this is a must pick up!

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