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Crossing Over -- Immigrants from around the world enter Los Angeles every day, with hopeful visions of a better life, but little notion of what that life may cost.  Their desperate scenarios test the humanity of immigration enforcement officers. In Crossing Over, writer-director Wayne Kramer explores the allure of the American dream, and the reality that immigrants find - and create -- in 21st century L.A.
Crossing Over -- A multi-character canvas about immigrants of different nationalities struggling to achieve legal status in Los Angeles.
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Every day thousands of people illegally cross our borders... only one thing stands in their way. America.
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Harrison Ford ... Max Brogan

Ray Liotta ... Cole Frankel

Ashley Judd ... Denise Frankel

Jim Sturgess ... Gavin Kossef

Cliff Curtis ... Hamid Baraheri

Alice Braga ... Mireya Sanchez

Alice Eve ... Claire Sheperd

Summer Bishil ... Taslima Jahangir

Jacqueline Obradors ... Special Agent Phadkar

Justin Chon ... Yong Kim
Melody Zara ... Zahra Baraheri (as Melody Khazae)

Merik Tadros ... Farid Baraheri

Marshall Manesh ... Sanjar Baraheri

Nina Nayebi ... Minoo Baraheri
Naila Azad ... Rokeya Jahangir

Shelley Malil ... Munshi Jahangir

Jamen Nanthakumar ... Abul Jahangir
Jaysha Patel ... Jahanara Jahangir

Leonardo Nam ... Kwan

Tim Chiou ... Steve

West Liang ... Mark
Johnny Young ... Justin

Lizzy Caplan ... Marla
Ogechi Egonu ... Alike

Aramis Knight ... Juan Sanchez

Chil Kong ... Chin Kim

Mahershala Ali ... Detective Strickland (as Mahershalalhashbaz Ali)

Bailey Chase ... Border Patrol Agent

Sarah Shahi ... Pooneh Baraheri

Sung Hi Lee ... Min Kim
Andy Kang ... Seung Kim
Roger Marks ... Rabbi Yoffie

Terence Bernie Hines ... Immigration Adjudicator

Josh Gad ... Howie

Maree Cheatham ... Judge Freeman
Esther Paik ... Liquor Store Owner's Wife

Greg Joung Paik ... Liquor Store Owner

Rey Valentin ... Javier Pedraza (as Reynaldo Valentin)

Michael Cudlitz ... San Pedro ICE Processing Agent
Juan Garcia ... Special Agent Howell

Christopher Murray ... Special Agent Ludwig

Julia Vera ... Juan's Grandmother

Joaquín Garrido ... Juan's Grandfather

Deborah Puette ... Mrs. Benedict

Yvette Cruise ... Hispanic Woman

Ryan Gesell ... ICE Agent #1

Jamison Haase ... Police Officer in Liquor Store

Kevin Sizemore ... Agent Sterns

Yuriana Kim ... Middle-Aged Woman in Liquor Store

Jack Conley ... OIG Agent Poulson

John Lafayette ... OIG Agent Womack

Fia Perera ... Female Detention Officer #1 (as Fia Pergera)

Lavetta Cannon ... Female Detention Officer #2

Judith Moreland ... USCIS Worker

Tammin Sursok ... Rosalyn

Don Scribner ... Bartender

Kevin Alejandro ... Gutierrez
Kacem Benyoucef ... Imam
Phil Perry ... Himself

Marque Richardson ... Disparaging Teen #1

Chioke Dmachi ... Disparaging Teen #2

Michael Esparza ... Student #1
Daniella Garcia ... Student #2 (as Daniella De Rosa)

Chrissie Fit ... Student #3
Aaron Todd Kessee ... Student #4

Kenny Copeland Jr. ... Marcus

Bob Rumnock ... Human Resource Manager
Mona Weiss ... Student #6

Claudia Salinas ... Mireya Look-Alike

Misha Huang ... Soo Kim

David Guzzone ... ICE Agent #2

Alma Martinez ... Mexican Woman (Dress Factory)

Gigi Rice ... Hooker

Tim Coyne ... Regular #3
Nancy Chidi ... Dayo

George F. Watson ... ICE Agent Watson (as George Fitch Watson)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alan Kemper Armani ... Disparaging Teen #3 (uncredited)
Tommy Gerrits ... Boy Singing in a Choir (uncredited)

J.P. Gillain ... HBO Executive (uncredited)

Elaine Kagan ... Rochelle Kaplan (uncredited)
Latasha Lewis ... Inmate Guard (uncredited)

Piya Pinvatana ... Sweat Shop Girl (uncredited)
Argenis Pirela ... Factory Worker (uncredited)

Greg Wendell Reid ... Border Patrol Agent (uncredited)

Javier Rivas ... Legal Attorney (uncredited)

Kate Scott ... Juvenile Delinquent (uncredited)
Eric Shackelford ... Immigrant (uncredited)

Jessica Tuck ... Elaine (uncredited)

Molly Weiner ... Prostitute (uncredited)

Directed by
Wayne Kramer 
Writing credits
Wayne Kramer (screenplay)

Produced by
Michael Beugg .... executive producer
Wayne Kramer .... producer
Frank Marshall .... producer
Patrick McIntire .... consulting producer
Gregg Taylor .... co-producer
Omar Veytia .... line producer: Mexico
Bob Weinstein .... executive producer
Harvey Weinstein .... executive producer
Original Music by
Mark Isham 
Cinematography by
Jim Whitaker (director of photography) (as James Whitaker)
Film Editing by
Arthur Coburn 
Casting by
Anne McCarthy 
Jay Scully 
Production Design by
Toby Corbett 
Art Direction by
Peter Borck 
Set Decoration by
Linda Lee Sutton 
Costume Design by
Kristin M. Burke 
Makeup Department
Tammy Ashmore .... makeup artist
Cynthia Barr .... key makeup artist (as Cynthia Barr-Bright)
Cydney Cornell .... hair stylist
Daniel Curet .... hair department head
John E. Jackson .... makeup department head (as John Jackson)
Marie Larkin .... key hair stylist
Richard De Alba .... hair stylist daily (uncredited)
Production Management
Ruth Hasty .... post-production supervisor
Patty Long .... production supervisor: additional photography
Jeff Maynard .... executive in charge of post-production
Samson Mucke .... production supervisor
Carey Len Smith .... post-production executive
Diana Tauder .... post-production supervisor
Omar Veytia .... production manager: Mexico
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Maria Mantia .... second assistant director
Nicholas Mastandrea .... first assistant director
Milos Milicevic .... first assistant director: additional photography
Marisol 'Ari' Oyola .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Tom Altobello .... assistant property master
Doug Anderson .... lead plasterer
Bryan Belair .... construction coordinator
Todd Ellis .... property master
Allison Gross .... assistant property master
Gary Isbell .... lead man
Tim Jackson .... general foreman
Wayne Kramer .... storyboard artist
John Risso .... paint supervisor
Lisa Robinson .... buyer
Michele Tedlis .... art department coordinator
Joe Viau .... gang boss
Jack White .... food stylist
Bree Yenalavitch .... art department assistant
Sound Department
Mike Anderson .... cable person
Brad Brock .... foley mixer
Brian Calhoon .... adr recordist
Carmen Flores De Tanis .... assistant sound editor
Michael Ferdie .... dialogue editor
Terry Garcia .... assistant sound editor
Allen Hartz .... adr edit: dialogue supervisor
Gary A. Hecker .... supervising foley artist
Scott Hecker .... supervising sound editor
Rick Hromadka .... sound editor
Jeffrey A. Humphreys .... boom operator
Gregg Landaker .... sound re-recording mixer
Travis MacKay .... adr recordist
Steve Maslow .... sound re-recording mixer
Lee Orloff .... sound mixer
Fred Paragano .... adr mixer
Tyler Parkinson .... pre-record engineer
Derek Pippert .... foley editor
Philip Rogers .... adr recordist
Roy Seeger .... assistant sound editor
Gabriel J. Serrano .... sound recordist
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer
Debby VanPoucke .... sound effects editor
David Werntz .... sound effects editor
Greg Zimmerman .... adr recordist
Special Effects by
Michael Clarke .... special effects technician
Chris Cline .... remote control vehicle technician
Larry Fioritto .... special effects supervisor
Anthony Lee Henderson .... visual rain effects
Philip Henderson .... visual rain effects
Steve Newquist .... special effects
Koji Ohmura .... lab technician
Bob Turk .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Casey Allen .... senior flame artist
Adam Avitabile .... visual effects supervisor: LOOK Effects
Chad Buehler .... digital compositor
Christian Cardona .... digital effects artist
Patrick Clancey .... digital opticals
Trent Claus .... flame artist
Sarah Coatts .... visual effects producer: main title: PIC
David Colclasure .... digital artist
Michael Dillon .... digital intermediate assistant producer
D.R. Farquharson .... project manager: Efilm
Jenny Foster .... visual effects producer: LOOK Effects
Chris Ingersoll .... flame artist
Christopher Ivins .... compositor
Danny S. Kim .... visual effects
Michael Morreale .... executive producer: Amalgamated Pixels
Thomas Nittmann .... visual effects producer: lola visual effects
Phillip Palousek .... visual effects coordinator
Clark Parkhurst .... flame artist
Rebecca Ramsey .... visual effects executive producer: Look Effects
Michael Ross-Lang .... digital compositor
Migs Rustia .... visual effects editor
Chad Schott .... digital compositor: LOOK Effects
Martha Soehendra .... digital compositor
Andranik Taranyan .... compositor
Edson Williams .... visual effects supervisor: lola visual effects
Ryan Zuttermeister .... associate visual effects producer: Lola Visual Effects
Thomas Mathai .... data manager (uncredited)
Mitch Paulson .... second digital colorist: EFILM (uncredited)
Ted Barba .... stunts
Kelly Bellini .... stunts
Kurt Bryant .... stunt coordinator
Annie Chasse .... stunts
Eugene Collier .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Thomas Dewier .... stunt driver
Paul Eliopoulos .... stunt double: cliff curtis
Richard Epper .... utility stunts
Al Goto .... stunts
Toby Holguin .... stunts
Ray Lykins .... stunt driver
Brian Machleit .... stunt double
Alex Madison .... utility stunts
Denney Pierce .... stunt double: Sean Penn
Simon Rhee .... stunt double
Crystal Santos .... stunts
Sabine Varnes .... stunt performer
Gary J. Wayton .... stunt safety: re-shoots
Thom Williams .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
John Bratlien .... set lighting technician
J.A. Byerly .... rigging gaffer
Mitch Byerly .... best boy rigging electric
Andrew Clarke .... rigging electrician
Clayton Daily .... film loader: second unit
Manash Das .... camera loader: additional photography
Dhamarata Dhiensuwana .... key rigging grip
Scott Dropkin .... remote camera technician: sparrow head
Louie Escobar .... rigging grip
Oscar Gomez .... best boy rigging grip
Kurt Grossi .... key grip
Randy Haynie .... rigging grip
Colin Hudson .... Steadicam operator
Michael Paul Jones .... additional assistant camera
Patrick Meade Jones .... camera intern
Glenn Kaplan .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Matt Kennedy .... second assistant camera
Dwight Joseph Lavers .... key dolly grip
Carrie Lazar .... camera loader
Patrick Lennon .... gaffer
Nick Liampetchakul .... rigging grip
Robert Lowe .... daily electrician
Dwayne McClintock .... camera operator: SpaceCam, additional photography
Chris McNellis .... best boy grip
Josh Medak .... camera operator
Josh Medak .... director of photography: second unit
Mark Mele .... rigging electrician
John O'Shaughnessy .... additional camera operator
Earl Perque .... best boy grip: additional photography
Brad Peterman .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Brian T. Pitts .... camera operator
Norbert F. Quiban .... rigging electrician
Nicolas Restrepo .... first assistant camera
Dale Robinette .... still photographer
Roberto Schein .... lighting balloon technician
Conrad Sigurdson .... best boy electric
Greg Wilson .... grip
Steve Wolfe .... second assistant camera: "B" camera
Casting Department
Lucy Bevan .... casting: UK
Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson .... adr voice casting
Jeff Olan .... extras casting
Rhiannon Wescott .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Fahima Atrouni .... tailor
John Yehia Atrouni .... tailor
Emilia Corbin .... production assistant: costume department
Megan Stark Evans .... costume department intern
Amy Haffner .... costumer
Lori Harris .... costumer
Sabine Huber .... costumer
Anthony J. Scarano .... costume supervisor
Tony Velasco .... costumer
Tyra Youland .... costume ager/dyer
Editorial Department
Christopher S. Baird .... additional editor
Kenny Becker .... color timer
Brad Besser .... post-production assistant
Pete Conlin .... post production
Scott Fox .... colorist
Michael Hatzer .... digital intermediate colorist: Efilm
Jonathan Hoffman .... post production
Marc Lulkin .... digital intermediate colorist assist
Sarah C. Reeves .... editorial production assistant
Amber Taylor .... Account Manager (The Post Group )
Lisa Tutunjian .... digital intermediate editor
Music Department
Johnny Caruso .... music editor (temp score)
Stephen Coleman .... orchestrator
John Fee .... music preparation
Isobel Griffiths .... orchestra contractor
Mark Isham .... musician: piano
Philip Klein .... music preparation
Rachel Levy .... executive in charge of music: The Weinstein Company
Cindy O'Connor .... composer: additional music
Conrad Pope .... orchestrator
Simon Rhodes .... music engineer
Brian Ross .... music supervisor
Dennis S. Sands .... music mixer
Carl Sealove .... music editor
L. Jimmy Sneed .... musician: guitar (as L.J. Sneed)
Clifford J. Tasner .... orchestrator
Robin Urdang .... music consultant
Transportation Department
Mike Belt .... mechanic
Alex E. Burns .... transportation
Neil Chisholm .... driver: production van
Michael Connor .... transportation co-captain
Mark Dobkousky .... driver
J. Armin Garza II .... driver: camera car
Geno Hart .... transportation coordinator
Chris Haynes .... driver
Philip Henderson .... watertruck driver
Hugh Kelly .... driver
Jay Krueger .... driver
Marty Osborne .... picture vehicle coordinator
John Pellegrino .... driver
Adam Pinkstaff .... transportation captain
Michael J. Riegle .... driver
Chris Stephens .... transportation
Other crew
Rio Ahn .... stand-in
Jorge Luis Alvarez .... key assistant location manager
Prarthna Arias .... video playback services
Julie Bernards .... payroll accountant
Lindsay Brayden .... stand-in
Linda Brown .... unit publicist
Sarah Clifford .... animal supplier
Sarah Clifford .... animal trainer
Ugochi Ajawara V. Egonu .... stand-in
Oscar Eufracio .... craft service
Julio Ferrario .... creative director: main titles
Neil Gabrielson .... assistant location manager
Evan Golden .... assistant: Gregg Taylor
Pamela B. Green .... main title producer
Ali Griffith .... production assistant
Trent Hara .... assistant production coordinator
Mariah Breitel Hembree .... post script services (as Mariah Breitel)
Elizabeth Himelstein .... on-set dialect coach
Tom Holzhauer .... production assistant
Meredith Humbracht .... production coordinator
Jim Jaffe .... product placement
Kevin Jeffery .... technical advisor
Timothy Judd .... stand-in
Zoa Keith .... office clerk
Albertina Kelley .... accounting clerk
Jina Kim .... production secretary
Grant Kirkpatrick .... production assistant
Ashley Kravitz .... rights and clearances
Eloy Lara .... key set medic
Lock Lee .... stand-in (as Luoc Lee)
Michael J. Linowes .... legal counsel
Steve Martin .... rigging medic
Shauna McCoy .... stand-in (uncredited)
Anna Metcalf .... assistant accountant
Christopher Miller .... location manager
Dan Milner .... key assistant location manager
Peggy Mulloy .... unit publicist
Rusty Nye .... assistant: cast
Joshua Parker .... additional set production assistant
JD Piché .... production assistant
Jeff 'Doc' Porter .... construction medic
Sara Nicole Powell .... production secretary
Gabriel Pérez .... location manager
Mary T. Radford .... assistant: Frank Marshall (as Mary Radford)
Anna Ramey .... production assistant
Brennan Reynolds .... production assistant
Will Sandoval .... production assistant
Mike Schneider .... assistant: Gregg Taylor
Tracy Scott .... script supervisor
Rick Shuster .... helicopter pilot: additional photography
Aaron Skinner .... stand-in
Gianna Sobol .... assistant: Wayne Kramer
Derek Spooner .... assistant to cast
Anthony Steinhart .... set production assistant
Scott L. Treger .... stand-in: Harrison Ford
Jarik Van Sluijs .... creative director: main titles
Omar Andre Veytia .... production assistant
Whitney J. Willard .... production accountant
Nicole Willared .... product placement
Joseph Zarske .... production assistant (as Joseph A. Zarske)
Dennis Garr .... stand-in (uncredited)
Meghan Traughber .... thanks

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Rated R for pervasive language, some strong violence and sexuality/nudity
113 min | USA:140 min (original version)
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Argentina:13 | Australia:MA | Canada:14A (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Finland:K-15 | Germany:16 (f) | Hong Kong:IIB | Iceland:16 | Ireland:16 | Ireland:18 (video rating) | Japan:PG12 | Mexico:B15 | Netherlands:12 | Norway:15 | Philippines:PG-13 (MTRCB) | Portugal:M/16 | Singapore:M18 | South Korea:18 | UK:18 | USA:R (certificate #44822)

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Director Wayne Kramer's original cut was 140 minutes long, but despite having the right to final cut, this film's producer agreed to be involved in editing the film down to two hours when Harvey Weinstein allegedly threatened to release the film straight to DVD, and bypass theatrical altogether (Kramer had nothing to do with the re-editing).See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): When Harrison Ford's character, who is supposed to be an experienced Border Patrol agent, tries to dial the phone number in Tijuana, Mexico, you can see that he dials 1661 and the rest of the number as if dialing within the US. An experienced agent should know that it's an international number and one must dial 011 followed by the country code and the number. In this case he should have dialed 01152661 and the rest of the number.See more »
[first lines]
Max Brogan:What do you want me to do?
San Pedro ICE Processing Agent:Look, it's not my problem.
Max Brogan:All I'm asking, Stevens, is did the old man get seen to? He was sweating and shaking when I put him on the bus. He said his arm felt numb.
San Pedro ICE Processing Agent:Jesus Christ, Brogan, everything is a humanitarian crisis with you. You've signed off on more orders of recognizance than the rest of your unit combined.
Max Brogan:Don't give me that shit. The man's about to have a goddamn heart attack. I want him seen to.
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67 out of 90 people found the following review useful.
A Nutshell Review: Crossing Over, 10 April 2009
Author: DICK STEEL from Singapore

Like Crash, Fast Food Nation and Babel before it, Crossing Over consists of multiple story lines bound together by a common theme examined, sometimes with just a few characters straddling across the narrative threads to link them up explicitly. Writer-director Wayne Kramer examines the issues behind the illegal immigrant problem in USA who are either trying to lay low in avoiding the law, or trying their best to gain legal residency with each experiencing different challenges that lie ahead in their quest.

And it's quite ambitious for Kramer to try and pull off no less than seven parallel threads in the film, which to a certain extent I felt was largely successful, despite some being almost peripheral if not for the presence of a recognized star. Anchored by Harrison Ford as Max Brogan, an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent, the film weaves in and out of the different threads without feeling too forced, or the need for some compulsory and carefully designed moments to link the stories up intricately. Sometimes like the six degrees of separation, the film captures the fact that we don't have full details of that web of links, and it will feel very artificial if everyone knew everyone else, or if one event would impact severely on another.

In any case, each of the story lines were engaging enough, some employing deep emotions to argue their case, while others even had to build to a crescendo of all out action, such as a supermarket shootout (one of the nicely executed ones I've seen). There's an illegal Mexican woman (a very short role by Alice Braga) who begs Ford's Max to look after her young son in the care of unfriendly relatives, a Jewish musician (Jim Sturgess) who's waiting to qualify for residency and willing to do just anything to get there, his Australian girlfriend (Alice Eve) and Hollywood actress wannabe who had granted 2 months worth of on-demand sexual favours to an Immigration official (Ray Liotta) in exchange for a green card, whose wife (Ashley Judd) wants to adopt a child placed in a detention centre, who meets an Iranian girl (Summer Bishil whose essay failed to condemn the terrorists of 9/11 and gotten her and her family into hot soup. Then there's a Korean family who is waiting to be naturalized whose eldest son got involved with thugs (ala Gran Torino rites of passage style), and another ICE agent (Cliff Curtis) whose family cannot stand their estranged sister whom they feel is a disgrace of their values, tradition and custom by adopting the lifestyle of Americans, yet strangely ironic as they too pursue to be American citizens.

Phew, and all this with a little murder mystery thrown into the mix as well. It's about how one aspires to live in a country, yet uncompromising in one's position to adopt and adapt to the new environment. Which brings about some xenophobia, especially if one's too different from the rest, and things are made worst with the citizens unwilling to understand and lend assistance in assimilation to a new country and its idiosyncrasies.

But what seemed to be a common theme here, is how power can be either used to do what's probably morally right, versus abusing it for personal gain. Given three of the lead characters here are law enforcement or in responsible positions in government agencies, it's easy to abuse privilege, and it's nothing new too, even in local context, where sexual favours get traded for leniency or the closing of an eye pertaining to illegal workers, or those here without the proper papers. And since the law is fixed (and sometimes perverse by those who interpret it), and justice blind, I suppose there are times we may be compelled to lend a hand to a stranger out of nothing but on humanitarian grounds, in doing what's right and decent for a fellow human being.

Crossing Over presents many of such situations and while it may be a mixed bag in its narrative, it certainly pushes the right buttons with its star-studded ensemble cast in making the audience think about, empathize with, and examine if the issues presented could have existed in the local context, with similar challenges in the treatment of those who are illegal immigrants.

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