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25 May 2010 (USA) See more »
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Set in a wasteland enclosed by a large white wall, the last survivor from a brutal child internment camp reluctantly takes on one final bounty hunting job to protect the idyllic life he has rebuilt. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

James Boss ... Shawn Kors

Gary Kohn ... Dryden

Michael Teh ... Jude Black
Aurelie Kyinn ... Elsa Lei

John Klemantaski ... Dr. Eric Lei

Hugh Mason ... Captain Troufeau

Eddie Kaulukukui ... Kane

Nevin Millan ... Vitor

Walid Amini ... Sentenza

Christopher Guyton ... Apex Leader

Gabriel Womack ... Pete
Albert Marrero Jr. ... Apex 3
Ping Lam Siu ... Ah Ping

Joseph Tuccio ... Janitor
Philip Marlatt ... Medic 1

Bart Fletcher ... Medic 2

Jeff Torres ... Vesper 1

Sardor Abdullaev ... Vesper 2
Keith Oden ... Vesper 3
Utkir Kamiljanov ... Vesper 4
Tyrone Loukas ... Official 1

Randall Yarbrough ... Troufeau Guard
Keely Julian ... Medic Girl 1
Brooke Weller ... Medic Girl 2
Robert Chen ... Cook
Sebastian Castanedat ... Vesper 5
Minowa Yasufumi ... Vesper 6
Alex Ander Forrest ... Vesper 7
Zachary Lao ... Vesper 8
Mircea Radu ... Hawthorne guard
Jose Abecasis ... Sidewalk cafe patron
Catalina Hernandez ... Hawthorne female
Rosa Adell ... Hawthorne female
Fernando Madeira ... Sidewalk cafe patron
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eric Foster ... Medic 3 (uncredited)

Directed by
James Boss 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Vivian Kyinn 

Produced by
James Boss .... co-producer
James Chean .... associate producer
Aurelie Kyinn .... producer
Vivian Kyinn .... co-producer
Alan Pao .... producer
April Spurlock .... line producer
Ean Tang .... line producer
 
Original Music by
Marc Collin 
 
Cinematography by
Harris Charalambous 
 
Film Editing by
James Boss 
 
Production Design by
Margaret M. Miles 
Ping Lam Siu 
 
Art Direction by
Katherine Mathews 
 
Costume Design by
Aurelie Kyinn 
 
Makeup Department
Steve Costanza .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Ada Lee .... production manager: Macau
Hoang Luu .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Vivian Kyinn .... second assistant director
Wing Tai Lau .... assistant director: Macau
Wes Middleton .... first assistant director
Dylan Mulick .... second second assistant director
Steve Watkins .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Andre Andersson .... weapon designer
Emily Dawson .... set dresser
Myra Holt .... on-set dresser
Will Joines .... lead man
Jonathan Kuo .... concept illustrator
Nikolai Loveikis .... set dresser
Jorge Rodriguez Jr. .... set dresser (as Jorge Rodriguez)
Greg Runnels .... set dresser
Ping Lam Siu .... production designer: Macau
Ping Lam Siu .... property master: Macau
Launa Staehle .... property master
 
Sound Department
Dennis Chan .... sound mixer: Macau
Heidi Chan .... foley artist
Martin Richard Chappell .... sound effects and foley editor
Alexandra Gallo .... boom operator
Benjamin Hoekstra .... boom operator
Jeffery Alan Jones .... sound designer
Jeffery Alan Jones .... sound re-recording mixer
Jeffery Alan Jones .... supervising sound editor
Ka-Kin Leung .... boom operator: Macau
Tim D. Lloyd .... boom operator
Zsolt Magyar .... sound mixer
Mango Mok .... foley recordist
Andrew Tracy .... sound editor
 
Visual Effects by
Peter Allendale .... digital compositor: Comen VFX
Kenneth Armstrong .... digital compositor: Comen VFX
Phillip Broste .... CG artist: Comen VFX
Tim Carras .... visual effects supervisor
Joshua D. Comen .... visual effects producer
Brandon Criswell .... lead compositor: Comen VFX
Holly Rayman .... controller: Comen VFX
 
Stunts
Victor Chi .... stunts
Nikk Danger .... stunt performer (as Nick Rather)
Ian Eyre .... stunts
Chad Guerrero .... stunt coordinator
Chad James .... stunts
Robert James .... stunts
Panuvat Anthony Nanakornpanom .... stuntman
Ian Powers .... stunt coordinator: Macau
Robert Sisko .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Benny Alvarado .... electrician
Adam Beffa .... electrician
Dimitris Bogiantzis .... gaffer
Amanda Marie Campbell .... electrician
Brandon Chamberlain .... dolly grip
Yiu Ming Chan .... second assistant camera: Macau
Henry Chung .... cinematographer: Macau
Pauline Edwards .... second assistant camera
Kwong Yu Fong .... grip: Macau
Delfina Garfias .... second assistant camera
Corey Giann Antonio .... best boy electric
Corey Giann Antonio .... gaffer
Jason J. Gray .... dolly grip
Tom Holzer .... second assistant camera
Yoshikazu Isomura .... electrician
Scott Judy .... electrician
Kaiyoti .... best boy grip
Alison Kelly .... camera operator
Kyle Klutz .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Ching Kam Ko .... first assistant camera: Macau
Warren Kommers .... camera operator: b
Dominick Kypragoras .... electrician
Chun-Shing Lam .... electrician: Macau
Chun-Wan Lam .... electrician: Macau
Cedric Martin .... Steadicam operator
Nicolas Martin .... jib operator
Scott McCleary .... dolly grip
Kevin Mucha .... electrician
Brandon Musselman .... electrician
Marian Ng .... electrician
Ming Hing Ng .... electrician: Macau
Christina Ortiz .... second assistant camera
Michael Roy .... gaffer
Paul Samaniego .... electrician (2007)
Forrest Sandefer .... dolly grip
Matt Sanderson .... camera production assistant
Jason Schaffner .... key grip
Johnny Segal .... dolly grip
David Sheetz .... gaffer
Cherri Stoute .... electrician
Dave Thurlow .... grip
Chris Tonkovich .... electrician
Megan Ulrich .... second assistant camera
Randy Vega .... best boy grip
Shing Wai .... lighting best boy: Macau
Jessica Walker .... grip
Kee Wing Yau .... gaffer: Macau
Wai Ying Yip .... grip: Macau
Julien Zeitouni .... first assistant camera
Julien Zeitouni .... jimmy jib operator
Jacob J Ziacan .... assistant Steadicam
 
Casting Department
Ean Tang .... casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Brooke Weller .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Jon Berry .... assistant editor
Sebastian Perez-Burchard .... digital intermediate supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Harry Zabounian .... transportation coordinator
Javier Zaizar .... driver
 
Other crew
James Boss .... action choreographer
Elsie Chow .... craft service
Eric Foster .... production assistant
Se Iong Kam .... production assistant: Macau
Ball Kei .... production assistant: Macau
Rhona Rubio .... script supervisor
Ryan Scott .... key set production assistant
Tanya Taylor .... production assistant
Marshall Watson .... production assistant
Nancy Wei .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Sam Eigen .... special thanks
Kyle Dean Jackson .... special thanks
Mike Leeder .... special thanks
Brandon Paine .... special thanks
Brian Sweet .... special thanks
 

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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
A good idea, but awful execution, 1 January 2011
Author: GrandAdmiralThrawn from Austria

This movie is bad. The acting is bad, the script and screenplay are bad, sometimes even the cut is bad. The pace is too slow, and many scenes seem strangely out of place.

For instance, the scene were our protagonist meets a policeman in some small alley, and then quickly leans towards the wall, I'm not even sure why he does what he does.. At first I thought he wanted to turn his face away from the policeman to not be recognized, but this wasn't the reason, as they look at each other just after the cop walked by. So he didn't want to hide his face. He had no freaking reason to stand there for like 30 seconds looking at his own reflection in a piece of broken glass in a window frame. After that he just walks away. And the whole thing was acted ridiculously bad.

Now this was just one small scene. There are lots of scenes which just don't make any sense or don't quite "fit in".

The idea of the movie as a whole is actually pretty good. Other than most reviewers I even think the fighting scenes weren't bad, I kinda enjoy "realistic" fights, even when not all fighters are good at martial arts. But still, that is not enough to give this piece of junk two stars. The rest is just too bad.

A post-apocalyptic low-budget film that does everything right that this flick did wrong is the German movie "Kampfansage - Der letzte Schüler". Not sure if there is an English version. But if you wanna see a good low-budget post-apocalyptic movie, I would suggest that rather than "White Wall".

I even read the directors message in the IMDb board telling us how he had to struggle to make the production of White Wall possible, and how he had to shoot most of the movie in a 3rd world country, etc. Obviously they only had 15 days to do the whole thing.

But even with such massive odds, I just can't give this flick more than one star. No matter the troubles that the crew had to go through to make this indie movie possible, I'm sorry, it just disappoints completely.

My message to the crew would be: Do this in a more consistent fashion, make the scenes "glue together" better, ensure that your actors bring some real emotion into it, and for gods sake, give it a faster pace and remove the strange out-of-focus crap and the pseudo-artsy strange music. Please learn from this failure, thank you.

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