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Visioneers -- A satirical look at the effects of corporate culture, VISIONEERS tells the story of George Washington Winsterhammerman. An ordinary man who works as a Level 3 TUNT at the Jeffers Corporation - the largest and most profitable corporation in the histor


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2008 (USA) See more »
When people begin exploding from stress, George Washington Winsterhammerman tries to ignore the epidemic and live his usual life, but then he suffers his first symptom. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Zach Galifianakis ... George

Judy Greer ... Michelle

Mía Maestro ... Charisma

Missi Pyle ... Sahra

James Le Gros ... Julieen (as James LeGros)

D.W. Moffett ... Jeffers

Matthew Glave ... Rodger

Chris Coppola ... Todd

Fay Masterson ... Cindy

Ryan McCann ... Mack Luster
Anthony L. Fuller Jr. ... Missionary #2

Joe Rosati ... Jeffers Agent #1
Mycol Comolli ... Jeffers Agent #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Angela Adto
Dale Bowers ... TV Couple Man
Pat Cashman ... Bern Goodman

Nancy De Mayo ... Maddie

Lowell Deo ... TV Reporter
Juba T. Drake ... Howard
John Keister ... Dr. Knob
Toan Le ... Fellow Tunt (as Tuan Le)
Damon LeGarde ... Preacher Moon
John LoPresti ... US President

Aubrey Morris ... Old Man Jeffers

John Paulsen ... Steve
Matt Thomas ... Joseph The Painter

Andrew Tribolini ... NAC Man (as Andy Tribolini)

Tanya Memme ... Field Reporter - Bern's Death (uncredited)

Directed by
Jared Drake 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Brandon Drake  writer

Produced by
Julia Boehringer .... co-producer
Henry Capanna .... producer
Kurt Dalton .... executive producer
Brandon Drake .... co-producer
Jared Drake .... co-producer
Dan Farah .... co-executive producer
Mark Headley .... co-executive producer
James Henney .... producer
Damon LeGarde .... co-producer
Henry Lowenfels .... executive producer
Ryan McCann .... co-executive producer
Ian Milne .... associate producer
Jory Weitz .... producer
Original Music by
Tim DeLaughter 
Cinematography by
Dino Parks 
Film Editing by
Justine Halliday 
Casting by
Jory Weitz 
Production Design by
Thomas William Hallbauer 
Art Direction by
Jasmine Garnet 
Costume Design by
Yasmine Mustaklim 
Makeup Department
Tara MacLeod .... makeup artist
Rachael Manley .... hair stylist
Rachael Manley .... makeup artist
Myke Michaels .... hair designer
Myke Michaels .... makeup department head
Production Management
Brion Hambel .... unit production manager
Abby Gail Palanker .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Adam Doench .... first assistant director
Alex Gaynor .... second assistant director (as Alex O. Gaynor)
Mischa Jakupcak .... second second assistant director
Erik LeDrew .... second second assistant director
Joy Saez .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Kimberly Diehl .... art department
Nick Lisica .... property master
Michael Lorefice .... assistant art director
Melissa Merritt .... set dresser
Sound Department
Sean Byrne .... sound re-recordist
Norval D. Crutcher III .... dialogue editor
Chris Julian Irwin .... foley mixer
Chris Julian .... post-production sound
Mark Linden .... re-recording mixer
Tara A. Paul .... re-recording mixer (as Tara Paul)
Harry E. Snodgrass .... supervising sound editor
John Taylor .... sound mixer
Scott Waters .... boom operator
Jessica Gaston .... m&e mixer (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Suzette Barnett .... compositor
John G. Chalfant .... visual effects supervisor
Will Carson .... stunts
Myke Michaels .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Shawn Anderson .... set lighting technician
Richard W. Botchlet .... assistant chief lighting technician
Richard W. Botchlet .... best boy electric
Eric Forand .... gaffer
James Gregson .... camera production assistant
Bruce Henderson .... grip
Erik LeDrew .... still photographer
Corey Lopardi .... electrician
Theresa Majeres .... grip
Ryan Middleton .... best boy electric
Chris Purkiss .... electrician
Phil Rezek .... best boy grip
Jeremiah Skender .... gaffer
T.J. Williams Jr. .... second assistant camera
Arthur Reynolds .... electrician (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jenni Hensler .... assistant costume designer
Teresa Purkiss .... wardrobe supervisor (as Teresa Hill)
Editorial Department
Jared Drake .... additional editor
David Fine .... assistant editor
Philip Harrelson .... post-production consultant
Julia Nessling-Douglas .... digital intermediate producer
Aidan Stanford .... color timer
Location Management
Clint Brandel .... location manager
Music Department
Drew DeAscentis .... music editor
Joe Rudge .... music supervisor
Other crew
Luke Aguinaldo .... production assistant
M.D. Brainscanner .... assistant extras coordinator
Carol A. Compton .... script clearance
Jonah Crowley .... production assistant
Christopher Drdla .... production assistant
Brian D. Fox .... marketing
Justin Foy .... extras coordinator
Deborah Helfrich .... production assistant
Ricky Hickel .... production assistant
William Kitchings .... production assistant (as Will Kitchings)
Blaine Ludy .... production assistant
Jocelyn R.C. .... production assistant
Arthur Reynolds .... production assistant
Joe Rosati .... production assistant
Patrick R. Schaefer .... production assistant (as Patrick Schaeffer)
Kyle Seago .... production assistant
Devan Sizemore .... production assistant
Andy Spletzer .... script supervisor
Richard Dean Starr .... story editor
Neil Swanson .... production assistant
Kay Taylor .... script supervisor
Matt Thomas .... production assistant
Ileana D. Vasquez .... production assistant
Brian R. Etting .... special thanks

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Rated R for some language and sexual content
Argentina:94 min (Mar del Plata Film Festival)

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George's house in the movie is Jared Drake (Director) and Brandon Drake's (Writer) parent's house. In an effort to get the movie made under any budget, the brothers chose many locations that they knew they could use for free.See more »
[first lines]
narrator:Welcome to the Jeffers Corporation, the largest and friendliest and most profitable corporation in the history of mankind.
George:[gives middle finger to wall portrait] Good morning Mr. Jeffers.
Michelle:[arrives giving middle-finger-salute] Jeffers morning.
George:[returns middle-finger-salute] Jeffers morning.
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9 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Darker than you might think., 17 July 2012
Author: reuben-18 from New Zealand

Trailers are strange beasts that often hugely misrepresent the tone of a film. I'm not sure if I enjoy the mischievous manipulation involved, or hate the mistrust that it generates. A little of both, I guess.

Visioneers is one such example: the trailer comes across as a fairly light-hearted, quirky romantic comedy.

In reality, however, this film deserves to sit beside 1984 and Blade Runner as dark and disturbing visions of dystopian futures. While it starts out with the uncomfortable humor you'd expect from a Zach Galifianakis film, the atmosphere of oppression builds over the course of the movie to become almost unbearable. This film makes Requiem for a Dream seem like an episode of 'friends'. The central character, George, lives robotically both in his dull office job and at home in a loveless marriage. The world around him is full of deadpan absurdities, a parody of drab offices and mid life crises, with an undercurrent of hopelessness that rings a little too true to sit comfortably.

The way the theme of dreams is turned into a literal threat is done with obvious self-awareness, but it comes across like a bad cinematic pun. Its more carefully constructed distortions of reality are where it really shines, with its vapid self-help infomercials, eccentric mentor figures, and the mega-corporation as a cult. And the way George seems to communicate through much of the movie semi-telepathically instead of verbally may be strange and unsettling, but also mesmerizing. Thoroughly worth watching.

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