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Jason Yee (screenplay)
Larry Madill (screenplay)
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Release Date:
15 June 2012 (USA) See more »
How far would you go if the only girl you ever loved was murdered?
When Sandy, a call girl at "The Naked Eye", ends up dead, her friend and only ally in the world, Jake, goes on a manhunt to find out who killed her. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
2 wins & 6 nominations See more »
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  (in credits order)

Jason Yee ... Jake

Samantha Streets ... Sandy

Ron Yuan ... Simon

Dominique Swain ... Alissa

Gary Stretch ... Frank

Jerry Ying ... Johnny (as Jerry C. Ying)

Sasha Grey ... Lena

Wilson Jermaine Heredia ... Bobby

Chris Ufland ... Edward Bates

Assaf Cohen ... Miles
Brandy Grace ... Angela (as Brandy M. Grace)

James Lew ... Eddie

Pete Antico ... Detective #1 (as Peter Scott Antico)

Kovar McClure ... Detective #2 (as Kovar D. McClure)

Lateef Crowder ... Maximillion
Woon Young Park ... Frankie

Art Hsu ... Sammy
Gina Jackson ... Honey
Angelina Valentine ... Cimone
Alan M. Tow ... Yao

Jen Sung ... Marlon (as Jen Sung Outerbridge)

Somaya Reece ... Wendy (as Somaya S. Reece)

Mike Wilson ... Nathan (as Michael Patrick Wilson)

Lee Whittaker ... Andy
Sidney S. Liufau ... Moses

Elizabeth McDonald ... Fiona

Buddy Sosthand ... Bouncer
Jennifer Hughes ... Linda

Sno E. Blac ... Bunny

Michelle Lee ... Cop (as Michelle C. Lee)
Henry Mu ... Club Promoter
Christopher Tranchina ... Detective
Masaaki Endo ... Guard #2

Panuvat Anthony Nanakornpanom ... Guard #3
Thomas Braxton Jr. ... Card Player

Dan Marshall ... John
Sonny Sison ... Security Guard #1

Chad Guerrero ... Security Guard #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Matt Weber ... John

Don Abernathy ... Club Attendee (uncredited)
Eurydice Davis ... Bambi (uncredited)

Dennis Depew ... EMT #1 (uncredited)
Cassie Fliegel ... Bobby's Girl (uncredited)

Efka Kvaraciejus ... Thug #2 (uncredited)
Beekeo Levan ... Thug (uncredited)

Tara Macken ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Ashley Rose ... Bartender (uncredited)

Terence J. Rotolo ... Body Guard (uncredited)
Carol Shook ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Sheila Thiele ... Simon's Girl (uncredited)

Brent Trotter ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Brianna Womick ... Dancer (uncredited)

Directed by
David Ren 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Larry Madill  screenplay
David Ren  screenplay
Jason Yee  screenplay

Produced by
Henry Mu .... executive producer
Henry Mu .... producer
Dennis Sugasawara .... line producer
Jason Yee .... producer
Max Yoffe .... co-producer
Ron Yuan .... producer
Original Music by
Danny Manor 
Cinematography by
Max Da-Yung Wang 
Film Editing by
Greg Babor 
Richard Halsey 
Casting by
Rosemary Welden 
Production Design by
Suzanne Rattigan 
Set Decoration by
Suzanne Rattigan 
Costume Design by
Hazel Alonzo 
Makeup Department
Misa Aikawa .... key makeup artist
Carla Antonino .... makeup department head
Yayoi Hayashishita .... hair stylist
Jennie-kay Murphy .... makeup day player
Production Management
Josh Garrell .... unit production manager
Eric McElveen .... production manager
Scot Rubin .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Daniel Dowding .... assistant director: second unit
Jeff Morse .... second assistant director
Michael Roud .... second second assistant director
Dan Sleboda .... second second assistant director
Jim Whitworth .... first assistant director
Jason Yee .... second unit director
Ron Yuan .... action director: Los Angeles
Art Department
Jessica Feeny .... swing
Flip Filippelli .... carpenter
Jose Garcia Jr. .... swing
Tim Gideon .... leadman
Carrie Hargett .... set dresser
Cija Johnson .... carpenter
Eric Mitchell .... property master
Meaghan E. Stone .... property master
Sound Department
Lee Ascher .... sound mixer
Susan Bryant .... boom operator
Romain Drouillon .... french dubbing mixer
Sean Heissinger .... sound editor
Chris Julian Irwin .... foley mixer
Chris Julian .... additional sound editor: re-recording mixer
Giles Khan .... sound mixer
David C. Manahan .... boom operator
Harrison Meyle .... dialogue editor
Burnie Neal .... boom operator
Billy Walker .... sound designer
Billy Walker .... sound re-recording mixer
Billy Walker .... supervising sound editor
Visual Effects by
Adam Fanton .... visual effects supervisor
Darren Fanton .... visual effects supervisor
Tsuyoshi Abe .... stunts
David Bentubo .... stunts
Darryl Chan .... stunts
Fernando Chien .... stunts
Lateef Crowder .... stunts
Lauren Mary Kim .... stunts (as Lauren Kim)
Efka Kvaraciejus .... stunt perfomer
Tara Macken .... stunts
Dan Marshall .... stunt actor
Panuvat Anthony Nanakornpanom .... stunts
Xavier Quimbo .... stunt double
Xavier Quimbo .... stunts
Jade Quon .... stunts
Terence J. Rotolo .... stunts
Surawit Sae Kang .... stunt performer
Sonny Sison .... stunts
Jen Sung .... stunts (as Jen Sung Outerbridge)
Lee Whittaker .... stunt performer
Mike Wilson .... stunts
Ron Yuan .... action director
Ron Yuan .... fight choreographer
Ron Yuan .... stunt coordinator
Chad Guerrero .... stunt performer: additional scenes (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Efrain Aguilar .... dolly grip
James 'Keeper' Auld .... key grip
Aasulv Austad .... camera operator
John R. Bonner Jr. .... camera operator: second unit
Anastasia Cerankosky .... second assistant camera: second uint
Daniel Cotroneo .... electrician
Wyatt Denny .... grip
Bruce Dickson .... additional photography
Michael Druez .... best boy grip
Ben Dynice .... best boy electric
David Hallas .... dolly grip
Joe Hill .... grip
Nick Huizing .... additional electrician
John Karyus .... grip
Sarah Keally .... second assistant camera
Jean-Baptiste LeConte .... electrician
Damon Lemay .... second assistant camera: second unit
David Lezynski .... video engineer
Symon Mink .... first assistant camera: second unit
Andrew Mueller .... gaffer
Allen Nalasco .... still photographer
Kevin Perry .... electrician
Brittany Petros .... additional grip
Don Presley .... first assistant camera
Jaime Rauch .... loader
Patrick Russo .... additional electrician
Shane Sato .... still photographer
Craig Wadlin .... grip
Casting Department
Pete Sutton .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Hazel Alonzo .... wardrobe supervisor
Cynthia Obsenares .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Christopher Donlon .... additional editor
Donovan Kosters .... dcp mastering
Music Department
Daniel Gotz .... composer: additional music
Daniel Gotz .... musician: piano
Daniel Gotz .... orchestrator
Mark Andre Kneer .... music recording engineer
Mark Andre Kneer .... score mixer
Transportation Department
Michael Burnette .... transportation coordinator
Colleen Rea .... transportation coordinator
William Smallwood .... transportation captain
Wyatt Taft .... driver
Other crew
Michael Cano .... production assistant
Josh Garrell .... production coordinator
Tobin Hale .... set medic
Scott Iasillo .... assistant production office coordinator
Norman Jones .... set medic
Stanley Longstreet .... location manager
Michael Lurie .... worldwide sales
Michael Potter .... craft service
Breana Pozzi .... key set production assistant
Stephan Rothman .... production accountant
Aprill Winney .... script supervisor
Jason Woodruff .... production assistant

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Rated R for violence, sexual content and pervasive language
84 min
Color | Black and White (some scenes)
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The bar that Samantha Streets and Jason Yee's characters go to have a drink and dance in a flashback is the same bar that Rosario Dawson and Josh Hartnett's characters have a drink and dance in Girl Walks Into a Bar.See more »


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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
A much better film then I thought it would be., 29 August 2012
Author: jmcginn174 from United States

Late August and most of September is usually a crappy time of year for films at least for me. Sure there is Expendables 2 out and Lawless coming out Friday, but they aren't movies I desperately want to see or willing to fork at least ten bucks for to see, so this is usually the time I rent films, and that's what I did a few days ago. I rented The Raid: Redemption, Flowers of War and The Girl From The Naked Eye. The Naked Eye was a spur of the moment decision on my part. It's only a buck to rent at the Red Box and the summary sounded decent, so I decided to check it out which leads to my review of the film. This will be another relatively short review.

The film follows Jake (Jason Yee) a driver for high class escorts who seeks justice for Sandy (Samantha Streets) who he finds shot dead in her apartment; even though he's a driver, a recovering alcoholic and in debit to the mob. The story is a noir-mystery that was influenced by the films of the late 1930's, 1940's and the 1950's. Even for the direct to DVD you can tell the film didn't have that big of a budget. Still the story works pretty well as Jake gives us his internal monologue as he tries to find Sandy's killer. The flashbacks gives detail into the relationship of Jake and Sandy and also gives depth to these flawed characters trying to get out of the sh*tty lives they have. For me this was a surprisingly good story with a sad and fitting ending.

The acting by these C level stars was pretty good. Jason Yee was great as the lead showing depth of emotions that fit the role. I had never heard of the actor before this film. He's manly stared in direct to DVD films, but I was surprised he had an un-credited role in The Dark Knight Rises as one of Bane's mercenaries. Ron Yuan (Simon) did a decent job as Jake's boss. He's another actor I'd never heard off, but you might recognize his voice. He gets most of his work from video games. He's had roles in Command and Conquer, Prototype, Alpha Protocol, Fallout New Vegas and many others. Another unknown actor Gary Stretch plays Frank who has an interest in Jake and Samantha. He does a good job playing a bad guy, and apparently has had many roles in direct to DVD films. Samantha Streets is a beautiful actress and did a great job playing Sandy. She's only had guest roles on television shows and minor roles. I think some director or film studio should give her a chance. Samantha is attractive and is a pretty good actress. The overrated retired porn star Sasha Grey is on the cover of the DVD, but she's only in the film for a minute. I know why the studio did that so she could draw attention to the film, but like I said she's only in it for maybe a minute. On a side note I know some men find her attractive, but I don't see the appeal. In my opinion she's ugly and very flat chested. Sasha isn't Hollywood hot and she's not even street hot, and the majority of the women I see on the street are hotter than her. Anyway back to my review.

With such a low budget film you can't expect special effects action sequences, and that was probably the worst part of the film. The action was at best decent. The best scene for action was the climax in a hallway, which was surprisingly really good, but that's pretty much the highlight of the film action wise. David Ren wrote and directed this film and he does a good job with the budget he has. I didn't know this until I looked him up, but he also directed another decent direct to DVD film called Shanghai Kiss, which I enjoyed.

In my ratings you'll find I'm harsher in my criticism to films that I see in the theater then when I rent or download films. I expect more from films that are released in the theater, because they're supposed to be the higher quality films in writing, directing, acting and action/effects. I am a little more forgiving for films that are direct to DVD or films I rent. Would The Girl From The Naked Eye be worth paying at least ten bucks to see in the theater no, but overall the film is pretty good and I recommend that you rent it; it's worth the buck you'd spend to rent it at Red Box. It has a good story and characters with decent acting, below average action and good directing.

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