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I Know Who Killed Me -- Aubrey Fleming lived the small town life, until the day she was abducted by a sadistic killer. After a frantic search, Aubrey turns up alive, but with a new personality -- that of bad girl Dakota Moss. Desperate and alone, Dakota must unlock Aubrey's family secrets to unmask a mysterious killer, and discovers there are two sides to every crime.
I Know Who Killed Me -- Trailer for this suspense thriller concerning a case of mistaken identity
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I Know Who Killed Me -- An idyllic small town is rocked when Aubrey Fleming (Lindsay Lohan), a bright and promising young woman, is abducted and tortured by a sadistic serial killer. When she manages to escape, the traumatized girl who regains consciousness in the hospital


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Writer (WGA):
Jeff Hammond (written by)
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Release Date:
27 July 2007 (USA) See more »
If you think you know the secret...Think twice. See more »
A young girl who was missing reappears, but she claims to be someone else entirely. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
8 wins & 4 nominations See more »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Bonnie Aarons ... Fat Teena

Lindsay Lohan ... Aubrey Fleming / Dakota Moss

Michael Adler ... Dr. Alex Dupree

Julia Ormond ... Susan Fleming

Garcelle Beauvais ... Agent Julie Bascome (as Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon)

Neal McDonough ... Daniel Fleming

Art Bell ... Himself
Stacy Daniel ... Reporter #2

Michael Esparza ... Gilberto

David Figlioli ... Lanny Rierden
Amy Fuehrer ... Reporter #1
Jane Galloway Heitz ... Nurse Irma Beck

Spencer Garrett ... Agent Phil Lazarus

Brian Geraghty ... Jerrod Pointer

Cornelia Guest ... Dr. Hannah Sommerly
Megan Henning ... Anya

Jesse Hlubik ... FBI Agent #2

Gregory Itzin ... Dr. Greg Jameson

David A. Kimball ... Surgeon

Theo Kypri ... The Blue Man

Paula Marshall ... Marnie Toland

Brian McNamara ... Fred Toland

Kenya Moore ... Jazmin
Jennifer O'Kain ... Mrs. Post

Michael Papajohn ... Jacob K. / Joseph K.

Colleen Porch ... Vicky Redfeather

Jessica Rose ... Marcia (as Jessica Lee Rose)

Rodney Rowland ... Kenny Scaife

Donovan Scott ... Sheriff Leon Cardero

Marc Senter ... Pete the Biology Student
Will Shaffer ... Painted Football Fan (as William Shaffer)
Raha Sheik ... Reporter #3

Eddie Steeples ... Saeed the Prosthetic Tech

Thomas Tofel ... Douglas Norquist

David Weisenberg ... Anesthesiologist
Jason Wilburn ... FBI Agent #1
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shay Astar ... Merribeth Hamblin (scenes deleted)

Debra Christofferson ... Paloma Sherwood (scenes deleted)

Leslie Cohen ... Katey Frye (scenes deleted)
JR Garcia ... John
Clint Johnson ... Gordon (scenes deleted)

Michelle Page ... Gabrielle Sherwood (scenes deleted)
Dan Walters ... Dennis Macbreen (scenes deleted)
Kaitlyn Lee Cruz ... Young Aubrey / Young Dakota (uncredited)

David M. Edelstien ... FBI Agent (uncredited)

Tracey Evans ... Virginia Sue Moss (uncredited)

Stacy Lynn Gabel ... Jennifer Toland (uncredited)

Paul Grace ... Strip Club Patron (uncredited)
Kent Kasper ... Strip Club Patron (uncredited)

Ruth Palma ... Football Fan (uncredited)

Directed by
Chris Sivertson 
Writing credits
Jeff Hammond (written by) (as Jeffrey Hammond)

Produced by
Ittay Arad .... associate producer
Tom Gores .... executive producer
David Grace .... co-producer
Johnny O. Lopez .... executive producer
Frank Mancuso Jr. .... producer
Aaron Mazzolini .... co-producer
Jennifer Nieves Gordon .... associate producer (as Jennifer Nieves)
Sabrina Sipantzi Ballard .... line producer
Original Music by
Joel McNeely 
Cinematography by
John R. Leonetti 
Film Editing by
Lawrence Jordan 
Casting by
Dino Ladki 
Production Design by
Jerry Fleming 
Set Decoration by
Betty Berberian 
Costume Design by
Rachel Sage Kunin  (as Rachel Sage)
Makeup Department
Martin Astles .... makeup effects sculptor
Brooke Bell .... key makeup artist
Joe Colwell .... makeup effects shop supervisor
Daniel Curet .... key hair stylist
David Danon .... key hair stylist
Zack Fox .... makeup effects production manager
Tracey Levy .... makeup artist
J.M. Logan .... makeup effects producer
David Monzingo .... special makeup effects supervisor
Anne Morgan .... department head hair
Anne Morgan .... hair stylist: Lindsey Lohan
Janine Rath .... hair department head (as Janine Rath-Thompson)
Tricia Sawyer .... makeup department head
Production Management
David Gaines .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Benita Allen .... first assistant director
Frederic Roth .... second assistant director
Art Department
Shant Balkian .... set dresser
Michael Belasco .... art production assistant
Elida Cerda .... construction medic
Jerry A. Chavez .... property master
William DeBiasio .... buyer
Matthew D. Egan .... propmaker gangboss
John A. Gomez .... gangboss
Wendy Jerde .... scenic painter gang boss
Michael E. Johnson .... set dresser
Ricky Lewis Jr. .... concept/storyboard artist
Wendy Means .... art department coordinator (as Wendy Stanton)
Amanda Mendonca .... set dresser buyer
Joe Monaco .... set dresser
Lars Petersen .... construction coordinator
Ira Proctor .... propmaker
Eric Reichardt .... lead scenic
Rosendo L. Rivas III .... labor (as Rosendo Rivas)
Hillel Chaim Smith .... set dresser
John L. Sullivan .... propmaker gangboss
Brian Vogelgesang .... on-set decorator
Steven C. Voll .... general foreman
Gaylene West .... assistant property master
Craig Zumbroegel .... propmaker
Sound Department
David A. Cohen .... adr editor
Ronald Eng .... supervising sound editor
Dana LeBlanc Frankley .... first assistant sound editor
Alan Freedman .... adr mixer
Daniel A. Greenwald .... utility sound technician
Robin Harlan .... foley artist
Larry Hopkins .... layback sound mixer (uncredited)
Sarah Monat .... foley artist
Chris Navarro .... adr mixer
Terry O'Bright .... sound re-recording mixer
Willard Overstreet .... supervising foley editor
Kurt Peterson .... boom operator
Matthew Reale .... sound mixing recordist
Keith Rogers .... sound re-recording mixer
Randy Singer .... foley mixer
Kevin Skaggs .... digital transfer engineer
Robert Troy .... supervising dialogue editor
Steve Tushar .... sound effects editor
Ed White .... production sound mixer
Special Effects by
Chris Cline .... special effects technician
Dan Crawley .... special effects makeup
Matt Falletta .... special effects makeup
Larry Fioritto .... special effects supervisor
Chris Hampton .... special effects makeup
Jeff Jingle .... animatronics supervisor/puppeteer
Mi Kyung Lee .... special effects makeup
Bob Mano .... key mechanical designer: JML Film Corp.
Bob Mano .... puppeteer: JML Film Corp.
Steve Newquist .... special effects technician
Mark Viniello .... special effects makeup
Visual Effects by
Andrew Bardusk .... digital compositor
Carl Frytz .... animator
Carl Frytz .... digital effects artist
Chris Hopkins .... digital effects artist
Richard Kratt .... digital compositor
Steven Lawrence .... lead 3D artist: 11:11 MediaWorks
Steven Lloyd .... Senior Compositor
J.M. Logan .... visual effects producer
Tom Martinez Jr. .... digital effects artist
Roger Nall .... visual effects supervisor
Joe Russo .... visual effects producer
Keith Campbell .... stunt coordinator
Debbie Evans .... stunt driver
Meegan Godfrey .... stunt double
Theo Kypri .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Ron Batzdorff .... still photographer
Tony Bendt .... dolly grip: "b" camera
Jeffrey N. Civa .... assistant camera: additional team
Chris Cotterman .... grip
Scott Crabbe .... key digital video assist operator
Daniel Dorowsky .... rigging elect
Kevin Huver .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Tim Marshall .... gaffer
Thom Owens .... Steadicam operator
Thom Owens .... camera operator: "b" camera
Dan Reilly .... key grip
Chad Rivetti .... technician: digital camera
Scott Ronnow .... first assistant camera
Steve Samuelson .... company grip
Mark Santoni .... assistant camera
Michael J. Schwartz .... electrician
Darrell B. Sheldon .... dolly grip
Michael St. Hilaire .... head camera operator
Dan Turek .... first assistant A camera
Dan Turek .... first assistant camera
Animation Department
Ben Ceccarelli .... animator
Casting Department
Sasha Adkinson .... extras casting
Jaime Harlan .... casting associate
Caitlin McKenna .... adr voice casting (as Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson)
Vanessa Portillo .... extras casting
Christine Reynolds .... extras casting: San Luis Obispo
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Zelda Lambrecht .... costumer: Ms. Lohan
Philip Maldonado .... set costumer
Cami Nemanich .... costume intern
Stephen Oh .... costumer
Bess Stansell .... set costumer: extras
Editorial Department
Alastor Arnold .... digital intermediate editor
Lizzy Calhoun .... assistant editor
John Daro .... digital intermediate colorist
Mato .... color timer: film
John Nicolard .... digital intermediate supervisor
Bill Schultz .... digital intermediate executive
Stephen Shapiro .... assistant editor
Walter Volpatto .... digital color grading supervisor
Music Department
Klaus Berhmal .... musician: piano
Caitlin Kazepis .... vocalist
Michael Patti .... midi orchestration
Brian Sapp .... music coordinator
Transportation Department
Corey Askins .... transportation captain
Al Burton .... transportation captain
Brian D. Hall .... driver
Jimmy Kaminsky .... driver
Robert McKee .... picture car mechanic
John Ober .... driver
Hugo Ocana .... driver (as Hugo R. Ocana)
John Pellegrino .... driver
Adam Pinkstaff .... driver
Brenda Ryan .... driver
Wade Wells .... driver
Other crew
Jeffrey Ballard .... medical advisor (as Dr. Jeffrey Ballard)
Jill Becker .... production coordinator
Raquel Bell .... stand-in
Pamela Chizema .... first assistant accountant
Darrin Cummings .... assistant location manager
Wesley Donato .... production assistant
Wendy Eidson .... location scout
Joel Goldes .... dialect coach: Julia Ormond
John Hampian .... office production assistant
Michael J. Harker .... completion bond representative
Lindsey Isaacson .... production assistant
Kym Langlie .... unit publicist
Susan Laprelle .... puppeteer
Sebastian Mazzola .... set production assistant
Chris Munday .... location manager
Jenni Muro .... assistant: Lindsay Lohan
Greg Newman .... assistant production coordinator
David Rosenthal .... digital film I/O supervisor: Fotokem
Jim Schiro .... first assistant accountant
Sandy Sfeir .... production accountant
Miker Stovall .... assistant production coordinator
Brian Torbett .... prosthetics advisor
Brian Torbett .... prosthetics technician
Silver Tree .... script supervisor
Dan Walters .... forensic transcriptionist
Victor Winters-Junco .... production assistant
Nancy Wong .... location manager
Tammy Maples .... animal trainer (uncredited)
Irwin M. Rappaport .... production attorney (uncredited)
Vanessa Ross .... body double: Aubrey Fleming/Dakota Moss (uncredited)
Deborah Eldridge .... thanks
Eva Kalawski .... thanks
Mary Ann Sigler .... thanks
Sally Ward .... thanks

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Rated R for grisly violence including torture and disturbing gory images, and for sexuality, nudity and language
USA:105 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Blue objects are dominant throughout the runtime of the picture (as the color represents Aubrey's personality). In the first 35 minutes alone we see blue gloves, a blue pill, a blue gag, a blue laptop bag, a blue cat collar, a blue car, blue tools of torture, a blue solution poured on a hand, blue everything in an operating room, a blue hospital gown, a blue iPod, blue roses, a blue pen with blue ink, a blue photo album, and blue hospital walls, even some characters have blue eyes.See more »
Continuity: During one of the stripping scenes, Dakota's high-heel shoes change to black thigh-high boots.See more »
Jerrod Pointer:Aubrey, you talk about her like she's real. It's just a stupid assignment for class.See more »
Movie Connections:
References One Girl's Confession (1953)See more »
A History Of Bad MenSee more »


The Blue Represents ...
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201 out of 298 people found the following review useful.
I'm so sorry I went, 29 July 2007
Author: Mark-129 from United States

Look, I have a strong stomach, but I have no use for Torture Porn in my entertainment. A few weeks ago, I saw a preview of this film that gave no indication of it's true nature. This, plus the intriguing poster led me to believe this was going to be a brooding drama in the Hitchcock tradition. Instead, I found myself watching the ugliest, most disgusting film I have ever attended of my own free will. I should have guessed when the cashier gave me a funny look while getting my ticket.

The first thing I realized was the script was by an amateur. The scenes and dialog jumping around with no thought or subtlety. Like other reviewers, I knew who the torturing villain was within the first few minutes. But, I still had to sit through several scenes of dismemberment and pain, which made me sick. Sick that I had spent money to watch this disaster.

I can't imagine why Lindsay Lohan would agree to be in this production. There are other venues to stretch her acting talents. Neal McDonough and Julia Ormond's rent must have been due.

The story, such as it is has at it's core an interesting premise. A top director might have made a respectable film out of it with a total rewrite, without the gore and more atmosphere.

This movie is an absolute, total disaster. No one involved has anything to be proud of.

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