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Ca$h -- In Chicago, a couple (Hemsworth and Profeta) find a suitcase full of cash that brings with it a sinister man (Bean).
Ca$h -- The Film Cash (Ca$h) Podcast Series - Episode 1 - :

A stroke of good luck turns lethal for Sam Phelan (CHRIS HEMSWORTH) and his wife Leslie (VICTORIA PROFETA) when they are faced with a life-changing decision that brings strange and sinister Pyke Kubic (SEAN BEAN) to their doorstep.

Ca$h (Cash) is a psychological thriller that explores the mysterious power that money can wield over humans, triggering despicable acts to possess it. At a time where a growing number of Americans face foreclosure, debt and unemployment, Ca$h takes a bold look at the human foibles of greed, materialism, cowardice and immorality amidst a backdrop that is ripe with satire, stereotypes, mind games and consequences. 

Ca$h (Cash) is the dynamic work of acclaimed director Stephen Milburn Anderson. Known for his examination of societal evils in South Central, Anderson continues his analysis of the human persona through Ca$h.


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A man meets up with two "good guys" to recover what is unlawfully his, taking them on his whirlwind ride, doing things they never would have imagined, just to survive. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Sean Bean ... Pyke Kubic / Reese Kubic

Chris Hemsworth ... Sam Phelan

Victoria Profeta ... Leslie Phelan

Mike Starr ... Melvin Goldberg

Michael Mantell ... Mr. Dale

Glenn Plummer ... Glenn the Plumber

Antony Thekkek ... Bahadurjit Tejeenderpeet Singh

Paul Sanchez ... Cole
Peggy Roeder ... Leslie's Mom

Larry Neumann Jr. ... Mr. Polski
Mindy Bell ... Sales Clerk

Christian Stolte ... Car Sales Manager
Robert C. Goodwin ... Bartender (as Robert Goodwin)
Bruce Potts ... Zeke - Tatooed Man
Jacqueline Williams ... Plumber's Wife

Gregory Fawcett ... News Anchor (as Greg Fawcett)
Cheryl Hamada ... Asian Woman

Kevin R. Kelly ... Range Rover Salesman
Ellen Jo Meyers ... Convenience Store Clerk
Dophkah Wasmuth ... Female Cop
Rich Wilkie ... Bank Guard

James Fierro ... Police Officer (as Jim Fierro)

Tobiasz Daszkiewicz ... Police Officer
Almas Meirmanov ... Police Officer
Linda Perlin ... Police Officer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jeff Albertson ... Chicago Police Officer (uncredited)

Tommy Bartlett ... Ace Rental Car Patron (uncredited)

Josh Blue ... Car Rental Salesman (uncredited)
Anthony Brawner ... Airline Passenger (uncredited)

Debbi Burns ... Harlem Furniture Saleswoman (uncredited)
Brent Allen Caputo ... Teller (uncredited)

Diana Castrillon ... Bank Teller (uncredited)

Jay Disney ... Furniture Shopper (uncredited)
Marisol Doblado ... DMV Attendant (uncredited)
Ryan Hartford ... Man in Airport Line (uncredited)
Naomi Heilmann ... Bank Hostage (uncredited)
Michelle Higgins ... DMV Customer (uncredited)

Steven Warren Hill ... Airport Patron (uncredited)
Alec Holmes ... Bank Clerk (uncredited)
Bill Ibrahim ... Waiter (uncredited)

Bob Kaliebe ... Bank Customer (uncredited)

Tim Kazurinsky ... Chunky Chicken Salesman (uncredited)
Charlie Kierscht ... Car Rental Customer (uncredited)
Bob Kolbey ... Bank Loan Officer (uncredited)

Don Kress ... Car Driver (uncredited)

Tim Krueger ... Car Shopper (uncredited)
David Lesley ... Bank Patron (uncredited)
Joseph Mazurk ... Convenience Store Customer (uncredited)
Chad Meyer ... Airplane Pilot (uncredited)
Kyle Miller ... Car Rental Guest (uncredited)
Heather Mingo ... Traveler (uncredited)

James Pusztay ... Dept. of Motor Vehicles Clerk (uncredited)

Janelle Snow ... Liquor Store Clerk (uncredited)

Bruce Spielbauer ... Mom's Neighbor (uncredited)

Craig Sunderlin ... Auto Sales Manager (uncredited)

Giota Trakas ... Bank Customer (uncredited)

James Warfield ... Server (uncredited)

Joshua Zumhagen ... Waiter (uncredited)

Directed by
Stephen Milburn Anderson 
Writing credits
Stephen Milburn Anderson (written by)

Produced by
Stephen Milburn Anderson .... producer (as Steve Anderson)
Naveen Chathappuram .... producer
Billy Higgins .... supervising producer
Prema Thekkek .... executive producer
Original Music by
Jesse Voccia 
Cinematography by
John R. Leonetti 
Robert Primes 
Film Editing by
Mark Conte 
Casting by
Lisa Essary 
Heidi Levitt 
Production Design by
Gary Baugh 
Set Decoration by
Lisa Wolff 
Costume Design by
Lizzie Cook 
Mary Law Weir 
Makeup Department
Chelo .... hair department head
Chelo .... makeup artist: Ms. Profeta
Vivian Guzman .... additional makeup swing
Joyce Taft .... key makeup artist
Jamie Sue Weiss .... makeup department head
Production Management
David Gaines .... post-production supervisor
Christina Varotsis .... unit production manager
Sharon Zurek .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Carrie Bush .... additional second second assistant director
Matt Corrado .... second assistant director
Keith Jones .... second second assistant director
Charles Leslie .... first assistant director
Art Department
Jason Breitzman .... graphic designer
Frank Coronado .... storyboard artist
Dean DeMatteis .... props
John Donahue .... on-set dresser
Larry Szymanowski .... scenic artist
Merje Veski .... property master
Desi Wolff .... buyer
Josh Zylstra .... leadman
Sound Department
Rick Ash .... re-recording mixer
Gregg Barbanell .... foley artist
Michael Capulli .... additional boom operator
Karl Dondlinger .... boom operator
Justin Herman .... sound re-recordist
Steve La Fayette .... boom operator
Mark Lanza .... supervising sound editor
Steve LeSieur .... foley recordist
Tim Limer .... sound recordist
Adam Mohundro .... cable utility
Michael Mullane .... sound effects editor
Chris Navarro .... adr mixer
Vic Radulich .... dialogue editor
Alex Riordan .... production sound mixer
Kevin J. Summers .... sound utility
Lucy Sustar .... foley mixer
Bartek Swiatek .... cable utility
Special Effects by
Bruna Nogueira .... special effects makeup
Visual Effects by
Richard Kratt .... visual effects artist
Roger Nall .... visual effects supervisor
Tobiasz Daszkiewicz .... stunt driver
James Fierro .... stunts
Marie Fink .... stunt driver
David Genty .... assistant stunt coordinator
Mark Harper .... stunt driver
Rick Le Fevour .... stunt coordinator
Matthew LeFevour .... stunt double: Chris Hemsworth
Tom Lowell .... stunts
Daniel Maldonado .... stunts
Natalie M. Meyer .... stunts
T. Ryan Mooney .... stunts
Kimberly Shannon Murphy .... stunt double: Victoria Profeta
Chris Nolte .... stunt double: Mike Starr
Carl Paoli .... stunt double: Sean Bean
Linda Perlin .... stunt performer
Scott Philyaw .... stunt double
Jeff Shannon .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert E. Arnold .... electrician (as Robert Arnold)
Steve Bernstein .... epk videographer
Kevin Boyd .... key video assist
Joseph Czerw .... grip
Raul Esparza III .... still photographer
Keith Gruchala .... additional cinematographer
Peter Kuttner .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Colleen Lindl .... additional second assistant camera
Blake E. Matthys .... additional grip
Eoin McGuigan .... camera intern
Spencer M. Rohan .... additional grip
Bily Salazar .... camera intern
Michael Shearon .... digital imaging technician
Monier Shehadeh .... documentary cinematographer
Monier Shehadeh .... video cinematographer
Karina Teismann .... electrician
Alan Thatcher .... camera operator
Rick Thomas .... gaffer
Seth Thomas .... grip
Jeff Tomcho .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Eric Wheeler .... first assistant camera
Mark N. Woods .... technocrane operator
Casting Department
Lauren Fernandes .... casting associate
Jonathan Kinnas .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mary Law Weir .... costumes
Editorial Department
Susan Alexander .... digital intermediate producer
Edo Brizio .... first assistant editor (as Edoardo Brizio)
Regan Copeland .... digital intermediate editor
John Daro .... digital intermediate colorist
Hannah David .... assistant editor
James Garrett .... assistant editor
Adam Kaplan .... post-production assistant
Dennis Keeling .... editing workflow consultant
Chelses Venkadathu .... additional editor
Eugene Yi .... assistant editor (uncredited)
Location Management
Adam Boor .... assistant location manager
Jesse Brooks .... location assistant
Brian Palmert .... location assistant
Nick Rafferty .... location manager
Kat Thomas .... location coordinator
Music Department
Rick Ash .... music supervisor
Johnny Caruso .... music editor
Johnny Caruso .... music supervisor
Peter Fuchs .... scoring mixer
The Kray Twinz .... music producer: song
Helena Lea .... music editor
James T. Sale .... orchestrator
Transportation Department
Thaddeus E. Larkowski .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Krystin Auriemma .... assistant to director
MeSun Barnett .... set production assistant
James Barron .... production office intern
Nathaniel E. Bell .... additional assistant location manager
Kevin Boyd .... computer/video supervisor
Joe Cappelletti .... adr voice director
Yuriy Chernin .... production assistant
Maxine Cohen .... product placement
Tony De Leon .... police consultant
Brandan Dennehy .... production assistant
Taylor Estell .... production assistant
Lee Ettinger .... sales and distribution head
Marc Frankowski .... accounting clerk
Corey Gibbons .... production assistant
Matthew Goodwin .... set production assistant
Dan Gutierrez .... production assistant
P.J. Haines .... caterer
Thomas Haring .... production assistant
Mariah Breitel Hembree .... post script services (as Mariah Breitel)
Qadree Holmes .... production assistant
Michael Kammes .... technical advisor
Erica Kram .... post-production sound coordiator
Ross L. Kulma .... set medic
Alex Lee .... key production assistant
Holly Lee .... accounting clerk
Frankie Lindquist .... production assistant
Alexandra LoRusso .... production assistant intern
Sean Lynn .... chef
Tom Martinez Jr. .... title designer
Taylor McInnis .... production assistant (as Taylor Mclnnis)
Terry Mettger .... production accountant
Jeremy Peacock .... production office assistant
Annabeth Rickley .... production assistant
Vail Romeyn .... production accountant
Heather Ronkoske .... assistant production coordinator
Brooke Satrazemis .... script supervisor
Matthew Stratton .... armorer
Jonna Walsh .... production coordinator
Käthe Walton .... first assistant accountant
Kat White .... clearance coordinator
Nichole Wleklinski .... production assistant
Chip Williams .... weapon fabricator (uncredited)

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Rated R for language, violence and some sexual content
108 min | 118 min (Director's Cut)
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Final film directed by Stephen Milburn Anderson.See more »
Errors in geography: As the film starts it is clear that the airplane coming into land is landing at London Gatwick in England, you can see the M23 motorway in the distance where the traffic is clearly driving on the left hand side. we then see Sean Bean walking through an American airport then into an American car and driving down an American road.See more »
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Referenced in The Wedding (2010/I)See more »
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17 out of 23 people found the following review useful.
Could've been better, 18 September 2010
Author: Rodrigo Ortega from Buenos Aires

I have to say this is not a bad movie at all, but I think it could be better. The movie starts with a good premise...a man who is driving down the highway suddenly finds a suitcase with more than half a millon dollars inside...what would you do? expend it? return it to the police? give it to the poor?. Unfortunately for him and his wife, he decided to expend it, only to find later on that the owner of the money has found him and wants the money back. Some of the things this man (Sean Bean) forced them to do are a little far fetched and have no sense at all. The script is far from being a master piece and the dialogues are flat, although the acting is really good, especially Sean Bean's performance. I think the director tried to mix comedy, thriller and action but failed to deliver any of them. I found the first hour of the movie very entertaining, but at the end, it got so repetitive that left me with a bittersweet taste. In conclusion, if you're looking for an entertaining movie, to watch on a Sunday afternoon, this could be it, but don't expect to see the best movie of your lives.

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