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Director:
Writer (WGA):
Adam Rifkin (written by)
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Release Date:
6 September 2008 (Japan) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Everyone has secrets... See more »
Plot:
The lies, betrayal, and desires of nine different groups of people are revealed as they live out their secret lives in the sight of the security cameras that capture our every movement. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
1 win See more »
User Reviews:
A stunning piece of film-making See more (35 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Jamie McShane ... Berry Krebbs

Spencer Redford ... Sherri Van Haften

Hayes MacArthur ... Tony Gilbert

Nichelle Hines ... Lydia

Ben Weber ... Marty

Paul Schackman ... Ben

Chris Williams ... George Higgins

Jennifer Fontaine ... Louise

Giuseppe Andrews ... Willie
Miles Dougal ... Carl

Rhys Coiro ... Ace

Sebastian Feldman ... Ron

Kimberly Quinn ... Joan Krebbs

Heather Hogan ... Holly

Ryan Cutrona ... Mr. Bates

Valerie Breiman ... Stephanie
Tom Hodges ... Stuart
Kris Bergen ... Marty's Co-worker

Bailee Madison ... Megan (as Bailee Madison Williams Holte)
Karen Posada ... Spanish Reporter

Jackie Geary ... Paige

Rachel Vacca ... Naomi

Alysia Joy Powell ... Jen

Tracey McCall ... Grace

Haley Hudson ... Amanda

Sarah Jane Morris ... Courtney

John Landis ... Aggravated Director

Michael Twaine ... Mr. Stonecipher
Doribeth Elkins ... ATM Patron

Dori Russell ... Mrs. Van Haften

Michael Cooke ... Mr. Van Haften
Tom Wright ... Detective
Zale Kessler ... Police Chief
Paul Loptman ... Guy Shopper
Carla Barnett ... Lady at Make-up Counter

Joe Bucaro III ... Stunt Actor (as Joe Bucaro)

Eliza Coleman ... Stunt Actress
Sarah Livingston Evans ... Farting Girl (as Sarah Evans)

Noa Hegesh ... Elevator Girl #1
Amy E. Bishop ... Elevator Girl #2 (as Amy Bishop)
John Robotham ... Murdered Cop
Shane McAvoy ... Tyler Winters

Fred Ochs ... High School Principal

Ron Jeremy ... Fatso in Computer Porn (as Ron Jeremy Hyatt)
Sunny Lane ... Hottie in Computer Porn

Craig Barnett ... Male Attorney

Robert Schwartzman ... Gas Station Kid #1
Louis Stephens ... Gas Station Kid #2 (as Louie Stephens)
Alex Berg ... Gas Station Kid #3
Anouska Poppie Pearl Beckwith ... Gas Station Kid #4
D. Brett Schramm ... Screaming Cop - Bomb Squad (as DB Schramm)
Jim Babbadge ... Bus Driver
Lisa M. Carlson ... Mom in Mall

Kayla Carlson ... Kayla - Daughter in Mall (as Kayla M. Carlson)

Adam Bitterman ... Policeman arresting Mr. Krebbs
Warren V. Reed ... Mall Security Guard
Salome Wyman ... Tony's Wife
Eugene Wyman ... Tony's Son #1
Oliver Wyman ... Tony's Son #2
Daniel Weisinger ... Cop in Living Room #1
Roz Wyman ... Mayor

Cristian Letelier ... Stripper Cop

Scott Billups ... Cop at Ron's Arraignment
Tasfay ... Man with Backpack
Addison Rose Melfi ... Baby Krebbs
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sarah Grant Brendecke ... Corey (uncredited)

Troy DeWalt ... Racist Lawyer (uncredited)

Kirsty Hill ... Mall Hottie (uncredited)
Daniel Okeefe ... Birthday Party Guest (uncredited)
Karanai Ravenscroft ... Female Attorney (uncredited)

Directed by
Adam Rifkin 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Adam Rifkin (written by)

Produced by
Richard Bishop .... executive producer
Alwyn Kushner .... line producer
Donald Kushner .... executive producer
Barry Schuler .... producer
Meriwether Tull .... co-producer
Daniel Jonathan Weisinger .... associate producer
Brad Wyman .... producer
 
Original Music by
BT 
 
Cinematography by
Scott Billups 
Ron Forsythe 
 
Film Editing by
Martin Apelbaum 
 
Casting by
Deanna Brigidi 
 
Costume Design by
Erica Fyhrie 
 
Production Management
Carrie Sweeney .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ashley Cahill .... second unit director
Dan Katzman .... first assistant director
David Thienes .... second second assistant director
 
Sound Department
Andy Hay .... re-recording mixer
Jackie Johnson .... sound editor
Lucien Palmer .... sound effects editor
Jesse Pomeroy .... supervising sound editor
Bill V. Robbins .... sound mixer
Paul Stanley .... supervising sound editor
Steve Tushar .... sound designer
 
Visual Effects by
Scott Billups .... visual effects supervisor
David Dennick .... visual effects
Dan Tibi .... picture degration engineer
Jayme Wing .... effects editor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ashley Cahill .... videographer
Jesse Hagy .... assistant camera
David Mahlman .... additional photography
David Mahlman .... camera operator
David Mahlmann .... camera operator
Mario Passera .... assistant camera
Tom C. Ryan .... assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Kathleen LaGue .... adr voice casting
 
Editorial Department
Amy M. Fleming .... assistant editor
Kyle Regan .... post-production assistant
Peter Schink .... additional editor
Jayme Wing .... on-line editor
 
Location Management
Chris Beal .... location manager
Darrin Cummings .... location manager
Robert W. Sterrett III .... location manager
 
Music Department
Brian Bulman .... music editor
Brian Trifon .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Alan Abrams .... business and legal affairs
Towie Bixby .... script supervisor
Chris Goodson .... production assistant
Travis Jonquil .... production assistant
Shane McAvoy .... assistant: Adam Rifkin
Allison Mella Strina .... business and legal affairs (as Allison J. Mella)
Christiana Rubin .... production assistant
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for strong sexual content, pervasive language, some violence and brief drug use
Runtime:
102 min
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According to the making-of featurette on the DVD, part of the first day's shooting had to be redone as the decision was made to replace the actor originally cast as Mr. Krebbs. It is also mentioned that an unidentified actress, who had been cast as Sherri, turned down the role, requiring last-minute recasting of that part, too.See more »
Movie Connections:
Spin off "Look" (2010)See more »
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Save Your LoveSee more »

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17 out of 29 people found the following review useful.
A stunning piece of film-making, 17 April 2009
Author: inkslug from United Kingdom

No one could do this movie justice in a review- you just have to watch it. However, for those wanting bitesize details of what it's about they can read the next paragraph and skip the rest.

---The story follows a number of characters over two days as they go about their lives, lives which are caught on CCTV. They include a student and a teacher, two killers on the run, a store clerk and his mate, a womanising department store employee and a bullied insurance clerk. There's sex, lies, adultery, violence, abduction and death. By the end of the movie the paths of most of these often unrelated characters have crossed in the 3 main locations- a mall, a school, and a convenience store.---

After reading the other reviews I was still very much in the dark about this movie. At the time of writing this review some 45 people had given it zero while 36 gave it ten. The zero count was high enough not to be ignored whilst the ten count was low enough to be fake ratings by people involved with the movie, so I was a bit iffy about it. However it was the passion of the other reviewers that convinced me to give it a go.

After watching Look I can only assume that those giving it zero must be the type of moviegoers who lap up the shallow dross that Hollywood more often than not peddles out to the sleeping herds. So if you are one of those brain-dead masses then you probably won't think much of this movie.

BUT if you are more discerning, enjoy thought provoking material and sometimes despair at the apparent crumbling of western societal values you should find this to be as stunning, riveting and sickly voyeuristic as I did.

For me this film is a modern classic. It's a winding, weaving, surprising, intersecting story of vice, and of people sadly lacking in moral fibre. It lays bare the darkness that is within all of us. Because we view the film entirely through CCTV, it's unbiased, free of moral judgements and shows only pure truth.

Overall? A Stunning tour de force spewing forth the moral decay that is eating away at western civilisation.

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