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Agnès Merlet (writer)
Juliette Sales (writer)
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Release Date:
6 August 2008 (France) See more »
Evil chose her.
A psychiatrist is assigned to work on the case of a disturbed young girl. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
4 nominations See more »
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Great movie if you don't expect a pea soup vomiting demon See more (29 total) »


  (in credits order)

Carice van Houten ... Jane Van Dopp

Jenn Murray ... Dorothy Mills

David Wilmot ... Colin Garrivan

Ger Ryan ... Eileen McMahon
David Ganly ... Aiden Kearsley

Gary Lewis ... Pastor Ross

Rynagh O'Grady ... Mrs. Mc Cllellan
Joe Hanley ... Paul Fallon

Gavin O'Connor ... John McCarthy

Charlene McKenna ... Mary McMahon
Louise Lewis ... Maureen Kearsley

Ned Dennehy ... Garage Owner
Marie Mullen ... Garage Owner's wife

Sean Stewart ... Duncan McClellan

Eamonn Owens ... Kurt

Ian Lloyd Anderson ... Jake Fallon
Michèle Forbes ... Paul Fallon's wife (as Michele Forbes)
Helen Norton ... Emma McCarthy

David Murray ... Tom O'Brien

Niamh Shaw ... Mabel Mills
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Barbara Adair ... Old Mrs McClennan
Glenn Gannon ... Mr. MC Cllellan
Clara McCormack ... Mimi

Jordan Lee McGrath ... Younge Doctor S.
David Nesbitt ... David Morton

Directed by
Agnès Merlet 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Agnès Merlet  writer
Juliette Sales  writer

Produced by
Louise Curran .... associate producer
Olivier Delbosc .... producer
Nicolas Delval .... assistant producer
Pierre Escande .... assistant producer
James Flynn .... producer
Eric Jehelmann .... producer
Jérôme Lateur .... executive producer
Marc Missonnier .... producer
Jean-Luc Ormières .... executive producer
Philippe Saal .... line producer
Original Music by
Nathaniel Méchaly 
Cinematography by
Giorgos Arvanitis 
Film Editing by
Monica Coleman 
Casting by
Maureen Hughes 
Production Design by
David Wilson 
Costume Design by
Suzanne Cave 
Makeup Department
Muriel Bell .... key hair stylist
Joni Galvin .... key makeup artist
Anna Gronerus .... assistant hair stylist
Aoife Mullally .... assistant makeup artist
Julie-Ann Ryan .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Susana Antunes .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Andrew Hegarty .... first assistant director
Alex Jones .... second assistant director
Jonathan Shaw .... third assistant director
Art Department
Ignacio Barbe .... props
Dermot Blighe .... stand-by props
Martin Hayes .... supervising carpenter
Lyndon Johnston .... dressing props
Bobby McGlynn .... propmaker
Sound Department
Laurent Boudaud .... sound re-recording mixer
Alan Collins .... sound facility director: ardmore sound
Caoimhe Doyle .... foley artist
Andrew Felton .... boom operator
John Fitzgerald .... adr mixer
John Fitzgerald .... foley mixer
John Fitzgerald .... sound re-recording mixer
Brendan Geaney .... foley editor
Fionn Higgins .... dialogue editor
Alex Hudd .... sound consultant: dolby
Jon Stevenson .... sound designer
Simon J. Willis .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Kevin Byrne .... special effects supervisor
Kevin Nolan .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Benjamin Ageorges .... visual effects supervisor
Stephane Bidault .... visual effects supervisor
Nicolas Delbecq .... digital effects artist
Jean-Antoine Lacolle .... digital effects artist
Adrien Servadio .... digital artist
Brendan Condren .... stunt driver
Ivan Kennedy .... stunt driver
Giedrius Nagys .... assistant stunt coordinator
Giedrius Nagys .... stunts
Donal O'Farrell .... stunt driver
Gary Robinson .... stunt performer
Gary Robinson .... stunts
Philippe Zone .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
John Conroy .... camera operator
John Conroy .... director of photography: second unit
Richie Donnelly .... first assistant camera
Robert Flood .... camera trainee (as Robert Hallinan Flood)
Addo Gallagher .... gaffer
Howard Gibson Steele .... electrician
Stephen Murphy .... Steadicam operator
David O'Connor .... grip
Adam Tsan .... key grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Liz Treacy .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Giulia Rodino .... assistant editor
Music Department
Jean-Pierre Arquié .... music supervisor (as Jean-Pierre Arquie)
James Fitzpatrick .... music contractor
Antonio Gambale .... synthesizer programmer
Jan Holzner .... orchestra recording engineer
Marie Sabbah .... music supervisor
Other crew
Kevin de la Isla O'Neill .... making-of
Sile Dorney .... production accountant
Aaron Farrell .... project assistant
Clemence Forestier .... business affairs
Nicholas Frank .... legal affairs assistant
Mathieu Gayet .... legal affairs assistant
Niall Martin .... location manager
Poll Moussoulides .... dialogue coach
Cian O'Muilleoir .... assistant production accountant
Pascal Vallart .... production accountant
Anne Warter .... assistant to director

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Additional Details

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Rated R for language, violent and disturbing content including a rape, teen drinking and brief nudity
102 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Continuity: The blood smeared on Jake's face changes between shots.See more »
Jane Van Dopp:Do you have any idea why she was bullied by the other children?
Mrs. Mc Cllellan:Because they hated anyone or anything that was different. God help the child, she was always different.
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I want to destroy youSee more »


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9 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Great movie if you don't expect a pea soup vomiting demon, 17 July 2009
Author: Noel Barton ( from Manchester UK

It bothers me when movies are mis-marketed. I understand why they do it but it's misleading and annoying. Many movies that don't quite fit a genre are shoehorned into one.

As was the case with 'The Hole', 'Dorothy Mills' is more of a psychological thriller marketed as pure horror. The quote on the cover, "A contemporary take on the Exorcist", the tag line 'Evil chose her" and the typical horror imagery would have one renting this with hopes of hiding behind a cushion from a pea soup vomiting demon. Probably achieves more rentals/purchases but it also inevitably disappoints many, but not in my case.

In reality this is not really about 'evil'. It's a chilling and intriguing tale that deals with the multiple personalities of a girl called Dorothy Mills and/or the dead speaking through her. Set in Ireland, Dublin based psychiatrist Jane Van Dopp travels to a small island where the troubled girl lives. Whilst working on the case she begins to suspect the multiple personalities are more than just figments of Dorothy's imagination.

It's not entirely original but a very interesting plot regardless. The strongest aspect of the movie is Dorothy's various characters: the transformations being startling! Furthermore,Jenn Murray, the actress who plays them, is absolutely brilliant and it's difficult to believe this is her first role.

I feel this movie is deserving of some decent exposure; I'm just not sure misleading marketing is the right way to go about it.

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