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P2 -- A businesswoman is pursued by a psychopath after being locked in a parking garage on Christmas Eve.
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9 November 2007 (USA) See more »
A new level of fear. See more »
A businesswoman is pursued by a psychopath after being locked in a parking garage on Christmas Eve. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Wes Bentley ... Thomas

Rachel Nichols ... Angela

Simon Reynolds ... Jim Harper
Philip Akin ... Karl

Stephanie Moore ... Lorraine (voice)

Miranda Edwards ... Jody

Paul Sun-Hyung Lee ... Man in Elevator

Grace Lynn Kung ... Woman in Elevator
Bathsheba Garnett ... Homeless Woman
Philip Williams ... Cop #1

Arnold Pinnock ... Cop #2

Franck Khalfoun ... Newsman

Directed by
Franck Khalfoun 
Writing credits
Alexandre Aja (story) &
Grégory Levasseur (story) (as Gregory Levasseur)

Franck Khalfoun (screenplay) &
Alexandre Aja (screenplay) &
Grégory Levasseur (screenplay) (as Gregory Levasseur)

Produced by
Alexandre Aja .... producer
Greg Copeland .... co-producer
Erik Feig .... producer
David Garrett .... executive producer
Bob Hayward .... executive producer
Daniel J. Heffner .... co-producer (as Daniel Jason Heffner)
Grégory Levasseur .... producer (as Gregory Levasseur)
Andrew Matosich .... associate producer
Jean Song .... co-producer
Alix Taylor .... executive producer
Mimi Tseng .... associate producer
Patrick Wachsberger .... producer
Original Music by
Cinematography by
Maxime Alexandre (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Patrick McMahon 
Casting by
Mark Bennett 
Robin D. Cook  (as Robin Cook)
Production Design by
Oleg M. Savytski  (as Oleg Savytski)
Art Direction by
Andrew Hull 
Set Decoration by
Liesl Deslauriers 
Costume Design by
Ruth Secord 
Makeup Department
Etheline Joseph .... key hair stylist
Diane Mazur .... key makeup artist
Sean Sansom .... special makeup effects lab technician
Production Management
Greg Copeland .... production manager
Brad Goodman .... post-production supervisor (as Bradley M. Goodman)
Andrea Isaacs .... executive in charge of production
Kevin Saffer .... assistant production manager
Jean Song .... executive in charge of production: Summit Entertainment
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Patrick Arias .... second assistant director
Chi Fung .... first assistant director (as 'Tai' Chi Fung)
Robert Gardiner .... additional third assistant director (as Robert D. Gardiner)
Christine Harrington .... trainee assistant director
John Sauvé .... third assistant director (as John Sauve)
Art Department
Ken Aziz .... painter
Jesse Balzan .... assistant carpenter
Jim Benton .... carpenter
Graham Caswell .... set designer
Andrea Dietrich .... storyboard artist
Darcy Ellard .... carpenter
Jeff Flint .... carpenter (as Geoff Flint)
Bruce Graydon .... carpenter
Jeff Graydon .... head carpenter
Neil Haines .... painter
Harry Kassardjian .... carpenter
Grant Kilroy .... carpenter
David Kim .... painter
Takashi Komai .... carpenter
William Kucheran .... set dresser
Ron Lightfoot .... construction coordinator
Jason Lunn .... lead dresser
David Maltese .... set dec buyer
Mario Moreira .... on-set dresser
Mario Moreira .... property buyer
Alan Moy .... carpenter
James R. Murray .... property master (as Jim Murray)
Jerry Nicolaou .... second assistant art director
Enrique Patritti .... painter
Patrice Roy .... head painter
Jeff Schouten .... assistant painter (as Jefferey Schouten)
Cherie Spencer .... set dresser
Shane Wanstall .... carpenter
Richelle Wilks .... art department apprentice
Stephen Willetts .... key scenic (as Steve Willetts)
Michael Zaharuk .... painter
Sound Department
Christopher Alba .... foley editor
Gregg Barbanell .... foley artist
Chris David .... sound re-recording mixer
David Hingorany .... sound mix engineer
Jason Hopfner .... boom operator
Mark Larry .... supervising sound editor
Rick Penn .... sound mixer
Gabriel J. Serrano .... sound recordist
Lucy Sustar .... foley mixer
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer
Special Effects by
David Antonacci .... second assistant special effects
Reg Ashby .... special effects lead key
Damon Bishop .... prosthetics
François Dagenais .... prosthetics (as Francois Dagenais)
Brock Jolliffe .... special effects coordinator
Rudy Rivas .... special effects key
John Sandever .... first assistant special effects
Visual Effects by
Mandy Arnold .... digital restoration artist
Christy Beckert .... digital compositor
August Coleman .... digital compositor
Chad Goei .... digital compositor
Jamison Scott Goei .... visual effects supervisor
Diana Hinek .... digital compositor
Vincent Lavares .... data manager: Laser Pacific
Laura LeFaivre .... visual effects producer
Sookie Park .... lead compositor
Matt Sell .... digital artist
Mai Suzuki .... digital restoration artist
Tim Vincent .... digital intermediate colorist
Tom Farr .... stunt coordinator: daily
Tom Farr .... stunt performer
Tom Farr .... stunt rigger: key
Jamie Jones .... stunt coordinator
Jamie Jones .... stunt performer
Kelly Jones .... stunt rigger
Cotton Mather .... stunt performer
Edward A. Queffelec .... stunt performer (as Edward Queffelec)
Steve 'Shack' Shackleton .... stunt rigger (as Steve Schackleton)
Mary Ann Stevens .... stunt performer
Len Wagner .... stunt rigger (as Len Wagener)
Peter Yan .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Chris Alexander .... camera operator: "c" camera
Bart Bialasik .... camera trainee
Ross Church .... best boy grip
Ira Cohen .... gaffer
Dennis Daigle .... best boy electric
Robert Dias .... electrician (as Roberto Dias)
Brian Gedge .... camera operator: "a" camera
Danielle Leblanc .... playback operator: 24-frame
Kevin Michael LeBlanc .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Eric Lee .... gallery photographer
Robin Lopes .... grip (as Rob Lopes)
Brent Marrale .... electrician
Paul Michel .... gaffer: second unit
Paolo Perin .... best boy grip
David Perkins .... camera operator: "b" camera
Lem Ristsoo .... first assistant camera: "c" camera
Yuri Sandler .... grip
Ernest Spiteri .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Ernie Spiteri)
Darren Spriet .... camera loader
Blain Thrush .... second assistant camera: "c" camera
Christopher J. Toudy .... key grip (as Christopher Toudy)
Johnny Wersta .... dolly grip
Becky Weston .... video playback operator
Steve Wilkie .... still photographer
Chris Wilson .... grip
Kris Wood .... video playback supervisor
Ramesh Yogendran .... electrician (as Yogendran Ramesh)
Casting Department
Emerald Goldsmith .... casting assistant
Jennifer Markowitz .... casting assistant
Jane Rogers .... background casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Robin Bigglestone .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Jeff Chaves .... colorist (digital color correction)
Brian Day .... assistant editor
Kyle DeVriendt .... digital film recordist
Valance Eisleben .... digital data conformist
Doug Jaqua .... color scientist
Harry Muller .... color timer
Tim Vincent .... final colorist
Daniel Yang .... digital film scanner
Location Management
Jorge Contreras .... location assistant
Roger Lumyoung .... location assistant
Jeremy Pinard .... assistant location manager
Thomas Vencelides .... location manager (as Tom Vencelides)
Music Department
Christine Bergren .... music legal
Richard Bronskill .... orchestrator
Buck Damon .... music supervisor
Peter Fuchs .... additional music scoring mixer
Jeffery Alan Jones .... orchestrator
John Kurlander .... music recording engineer
John Kurlander .... score mixer
Dwight Mikkelsen .... conductor
Dwight Mikkelsen .... lead orchestrator
Larry Rench .... orchestrator
Josh Sarles .... assistant to composers
Josh Sarles .... score mixer
Transportation Department
Eddie Bowman .... transportation coordinator
Mike Bowman .... driver
Steven 'Sparky' Carr .... transportation captain (as Stephen 'Sparky' Carr)
Wayne Davey .... driver: honeywagon
Gilbert Lacasse .... driver (as Gibby Lacasse)
Steve Lambert .... driver
Dave Murray .... driver
Jim Ryder .... driver
Steve Warren .... driver
Other crew
Gillian Bohrer .... assistant: Mr. Feig
Jill Carter .... script supervisor
Laura Caulfield .... Production Legal
Cristin L. Cornett .... production coordinator (as Cristin L. Becker)
Kym Crepin .... production accountant
John Doyle .... caterer
Ryan Eldridge .... production assistant
Lisa Gyorfi .... assistant production coordinator
Charmaine Hamp .... utility stand-in
Julie Hansen .... post-production accountant
Michael J. Harker .... completion bond company representative
Ryan Hupponen .... assistant production coordinator
Kaleigh Kavanagh .... assistant to producers
David Kinnersly .... craft service
Ashley Kravitz .... clearance coordinator
Christian Lattman .... utility stand-in
Darren Martin .... craft server
Ashleigh Millar .... craft server
David Mintz .... caterer
Asmeeta Narayan .... assistant: Mr. Hayward
Peter Olczak .... set supervisor
Deborah Ortega .... assistant: Mr. Wachsberger
Pauline K. Quong .... payroll accountant (as Pauline Quong)
Benjamin R. Reder .... production counsel
Yan Regis .... on set medic
Bryan Renfro .... animal handler
Lisa Shamata .... unit publicist
Todd Shannon Jr. .... diving supervisor
Carla Spizziri .... first assistant accountant
Todd Steiner .... production financing
Greg Taieb .... assistant: Mr. Khalfoun
Bob Tarantino .... production legal
Will Taylor .... production assistant
Dan Warry-Smith .... production assistant
Andrew Whiteside .... on-set satellite internet technician
Greg Whiteside .... on-set satellite internet technician

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Rated R for strong violence/gore, terror and language
98 min
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There were 14 white dresses. Each one was in various stages of dirtiness and decay.See more »
Crew or equipment visible: When Tom first enters the Car Rental shop looking for Angela, after a shot of his stun gun the camera goes to a shot of Tom as he walks across the lobby of the shop. You can very clearly see the shadowy reflection of a crew member in the window behind Tom moving around.See more »
[first lines]
Angela Bridges:Yes, sir, I redrafted the contracts to include the new stipulations.
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32 out of 48 people found the following review useful.
P2 effective, if unspectacular, 7 December 2007
Author: rparham from Gainesville, Florida

With the resurgence of the horror/thriller genre in recent years, writers and directors have started to utilize a number of locations and situations that have proved unsettling in real life to be the center point for a film. P2 is one of those films. Who among us hasn't felt a little uncomfortable in a empty, dark parking garage, with no one in sight to call out to if there is a problem? P2 proves to be an effective, if not exactly original, thriller that does a good job of keeping the audience on the edge of its seat.

Angela (Rachel Nichols) is a workaholic who is trying to get out of the office on Christmas Eve to reach her sister's home, where the family is waiting on her. After having to complete a last-minute task, she finds herself one of the last people to exit the building's parking garage. However, her car won't start, and she seeks help from the garage's nighttime security, Thomas (Wes Bently). Although he appears to initially be helpful, it is quickly obvious that he is a little off. When Angela determines that the building is locked, she returns to the parking garage for help, where Thomas subdues her and then chains her to a chair in his office, dresses her in a revealing outfit, and plans to spend a pleasant Christmas eve dinner with her.

Angela quickly realizes that Thomas is determined to prove that he is the perfect man for her, but his methods are on the homicidal and creepy side: he threatens her with his dog, causes her to call her family and tell them she isn't going to make it and threatens her with physical violence. She eventually escapes his immediate grasp, and a chase through the garage ensues that takes a number of different turns.

P2 isn't an ambitious film, to be sure. However, it crafts this simple premise into a generally unsettling experience. P2 is largely driven by the performance of Wes Bently in the role of Thomas. Bently is at first glance an amiable guy. He seems awkward and a bit shy, but he eventually reveals himself to be delusional and lacking much in the way of conscience. At the same time, he actually manages to make Thomas a somewhat sympathetic individual, tapping into feelings of loneliness and alienation. Thomas in the end is certainly a deranged individual, but Bently manages to make him more than just that.

Rachel Nichols is competent in the role of Angela, providing us with the appropriate reaction of someone trapped in an ever evolving nightmare. Angela wavers between anger, false sympathy for Thomas and fear. It isn't a demanding role, but she delivers as necessary.

P2 doesn't pull many punches in the violence department. There are several grisly scenes (including one involving a fingernail) that will put those with a weak constitution on the edge of their seat. Unlike a recent raft of PG-13 horror films, P2 doesn't pretend to not know what some percentage of its audience wants to see.

If P2 falls a little bit, it is in the fact that this film is something of a variation on a theme from other recent thrillers, so once it has played most of its cards, you can find yourself generally able to determine where it seems to be heading. There is still plenty of tension, fulfilling its primary mission, but not without traveling some paths that have already been well trodden.

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