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Adam Mazer (written by)
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24 April 2010 (USA) See more »
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This man wants you to die on your own terms. See more »
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A look at the life and work of doctor-assisted suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Won Golden Globe. Another 6 wins & 26 nominations See more »
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Cast

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Al Pacino ... Jack Kevorkian

Brenda Vaccaro ... Margo Janus

John Goodman ... Neal Nicol

Deirdre O'Connell ... Linda

Todd Susman ... Stan Levy
Adam Lubarsky ... Brian Russell

Jennifer Mudge ... Female Reporter

Jeremy Bobb ... David Rivlin

Rutanya Alda ... Vendor

James Urbaniak ... Jack Lessenberry
Henny Russell ... Oakhill Spokesperson

Henry Strozier ... Oakhill Doctor

Sandra Seacat ... Janet Adkins

Neil Brooks Cunningham ... Rod Adkins

Susan Sarandon ... Janet Good
David Wilson Barnes ... David Gorcyca
Cotter Smith ... Dick Thompson

Danny Huston ... Geoffrey Fieger

Logan Crawford ... Bob Bender

John Rue ... Ray Good

Allen Lewis Rickman ... Dr. Dragovic

Kris Eivers ... Deputy

Thomas Piper ... Local News Anchor
Donna Basilio ... Fieger's Secretary

Richard Council ... Judge David Breck

Delaney Williams ... Detective

Jason Babinsky ... Detective

Teresa Yenque ... Isabel Correa

Jaime Tirelli ... Trino Correa
John Henry Cox ... Mr. Kinsey

Adam Driver ... Glen Stetson
Annie Murray ... Myra Bayless

Ana Reeder ... Lynn Mills

Angela Pierce ... Keenie
Jonathan Teague Cook ... Hugh Gale
Jacqueline Knapp ... Mrs. Gale

Tom Kemp ... Carl Marlinga
Jordan Lage ... Beaumont Doctor

Mason Pettit ... Construction Worker

Daryl Edwards ... Judge Jackson
Daniel Marcus ... Landlord
William R. Spencer ... Male Reporter (as William Spencer)

Michael H. Ingram ... Mayer Morganroth (as Michael Ingram)

Meghan Rafferty ... Female Reporter

Mary Boyer ... Lois Hawes
Deborah Hedwall ... Melody Youk

Eric Lange ... John Skrzynski
Kam Carmann ... Female Reporter

Rondi Reed ... Judge Cooper

Adam Mucci ... Dave Gorosh
Christina Grybel ... On-the-Street Interviewee
Bill Edwards ... On-the-Street Interviewee
Sundari ... On-the-Street Interviewee

Dan Lang ... On-the-Street Interviewee (as Daniel Lang)
Johnnie C. Ray ... On-the-Street Interviewee

Chris McGinn ... Foreman
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

George Aloi ... Red Carpet Celebrity (uncredited)
Courtney Benjamin ... Supporter (uncredited)
Richard 'Rick' Bobier ... Extra with Car (uncredited)
Lamar Brown ... Reporter (uncredited)

Kevin Cannon ... Defendant (uncredited)

Peter Conboy ... Oakland County Deputy (uncredited)

John Farrer ... Hemlock Society Member (uncredited)
Robert Feeley ... Paralyzed Man in Wheelchair (uncredited)

Jay Ferraro ... Gallery Member (uncredited)

Renee Fishman ... Stenographer (uncredited)
Jacqueline Forton ... Protester (uncredited)

Jennifer Gable ... Supporter (uncredited)
Marty Garcia ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Lisa Gaulzetti ... Supporter #2 (uncredited)
Monica Greer-Sygit ... Female Reporter (uncredited)
Moe Hindi ... Paparazzi Photographer (uncredited)

Kevin Janaway ... Celebrity Party-Goer (uncredited)

Joseph John Justin ... Inmate (uncredited)
Vivian Kalinov ... Woman with Dodge Ram Charger (uncredited)

Frosty Lawson ... Background with Car (uncredited)

Addison LeMay ... Reporter (uncredited)
Bill Lumbert ... Supporter (uncredited)
David Macerelli ... Richard Faw Patient #56 (uncredited)

Danielle McKee ... Dorothy Lessenberry (uncredited)

Jessica Morton ... Juror (uncredited)

Chad Randau ... Entertainment News Anchor (uncredited)
Dwayne Roszkowski ... Gentleman at Courthouse (uncredited)
Bill Spencer ... Intrepid Reporter (uncredited)
Morris Lee Sullivan ... Pro-Life Advocate / Detroit Driver (uncredited)
Rennel Turner ... Protester (uncredited)
Antoine Von Boozier ... Red Carpet Celebrity (uncredited)

Bill Walters ... Michigan Inmate (uncredited)

Paul Weaver ... Gallery Member (uncredited)

Ralph A. Wilburn Jr. ... State Trooper (uncredited)
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Directed by
Barry Levinson 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Adam Mazer (written by)

Produced by
Lydia Dean Pilcher .... executive producer
Scott Ferguson .... producer
Tom Fontana .... executive producer
Drew Gallagher .... associate producer
Steve Lee Jones .... executive producer
Barry Levinson .... executive producer
Stephen Markey III .... associate producer
Troy Powers .... associate producer
Glenn Rigberg .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Marcelo Zarvos 
 
Cinematography by
Eigil Bryld 
 
Film Editing by
Aaron Yanes 
 
Casting by
Ellen Chenoweth 
 
Production Design by
Mark Ricker 
 
Art Direction by
Amy Fritz 
Todd Seidman 
 
Set Decoration by
Rena DeAngelo 
 
Costume Design by
Rita Ryack 
 
Makeup Department
Annemarie Bradley .... hair stylist: Ms. Sarandon
John Caglione Jr. .... makeup artist: Mr. Pacino
Colleen Callaghan .... department head hair
Kymbra Callaghan .... makeup department head (as Kymbra Kelley)
Cydney Cornell .... hair stylist: Mr. Pacino
Robin Day .... assistant hair stylist
Tom Denier Jr. .... assistant makeup artist: Mr. Pacino
Dierdre Harris .... hair stylist
Natasha Ladek .... wig maker
Dorothy J. Pearl .... makeup department head (as Dorothy Pearl)
Susan Reilly LeHane .... makeup artist: Ms. Sarandon
Justin Stafford .... special hair pieces: Al Pacino
Jenny Syters .... assistant hair stylist
Jennifer Syts .... hair stylist
Joelle Troisi .... key makeup artist
Joseph Whitmeyer .... key hair stylist
 
Production Management
Sarah Connors .... post-production supervisor
Scott Ferguson .... unit production manager
Thomas J. Whelan .... assistant unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Timothy Bird .... first assistant director
Deanna Leslie .... second assistant director (as Deanna Leslie Kelly)
Matthew Mason .... second second assistant director
Karyn McCarthy .... key second assistant director: Michigan
 
Art Department
Bob Arietta .... on-set scenic
Jason Baker .... set dresser
Mike Biskupski .... props
Deanne Bloch .... clearance and placement coordinator
Jon Carter .... set dresser
Christiopher Chenel .... on-set dresser
John J. Ciccimarro .... key carpenter
Joe Coppola .... assistant props
Eddie DeCurtis .... set dresser
Erick Donaldson .... props assistant: Detroit
Ernie Foster .... scenic foreman
Joe Galione .... on-set dresser
Joe Galione .... set dresser
Alexander Garzero .... shopman scenic artist
Joseph Garzero .... charge scenic
Michael Grady .... set dresser
Ross Huttick .... set dresser
Michael Kall .... construction foreman
Joanna Leavens .... set decoration assistant
Vinny Mazzarella .... property master
Dave McAllister .... key construction grip
Marcus Migliore .... set dresser
Sharon Potts .... assistant property master
Paul Rovira .... construction production assistant
Pierre Rovira .... construction coordinator
Bradley Schmidt .... assistant art director
Kristy Sicurella .... set dresser
Malcolm Sonsire .... set dresser
Jennifer B. Starke .... set decorating shopper
Steve Swanson .... set leadman
Charity Thomas .... art department coordinator
Kim Thrasher .... props
Holly Watson .... graphic designer
Tonero Williams .... assistant props
Brick Mason .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Wade Barnett .... adr recordist
Rick Chefalas .... first assistant sound editor
Ryan Collison .... foley engineer
Peter Fonda .... boom operator
Ruth Hernandez .... supervising adr editor
Toussaint Kotright .... cable person
Michael Miller .... adr mixer
Igor Nikolic .... foley editor
Jay Peck .... foley artist
Brett Rothfeld .... adr recordist
Jac Rubenstein .... dialogue editor
Wyatt Sprague .... sound effects editor
Frank Stettner .... sound mixer
Donald Sylvester .... adr editor (as Don Sylvester)
Dominick Tavella .... sound re-recording mixer
Paul Urmson .... sound re-recording mixer
Paul Urmson .... supervising sound editor
Steven Visscher .... supervising foley editor (as Steven R. Visscher)
Laura Vitale .... sound intern
Lawrence Zipf .... apprentice sound editor (as Larry Zipf)
 
Special Effects by
Connie Brink .... special effects coordinator
Joseph André Jacir .... special effects
Michael P. Saccio .... special effects technician
Matt Vogel .... special effects foreman (as Matthew Fogel)
 
Visual Effects by
John Bair .... visual effects supervisor
Vivian Connolly .... visual effects producer
Constance Conrad .... digital artist
Sergei Martirosov .... digital artist
Thomas Panayiotou .... visual effects artist
Ben Perez .... video colorist
Aaron Raff .... visual effects artist
Eric J. Robertson .... visual effects consultant
Jay Tilin .... smoke artist
Scott Winston .... compositing supervisor
 
Stunts
Joe Mancini .... precision driver
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert M. Andres .... key grip
Christian Baldi .... rigging best boy
Mike Berlucchi .... grip
Arthur Blum .... dolly grip: "a" camera
Doug Brantner .... electrician
Brian Carmichael .... video assist
Sung Rae Cho .... additional first assistant camera
Doug Cordonier .... grip
Lamont Crawford .... dolly grip: "b" camera
Ben D'Andrea .... best boy grip
Andrew D'Aurora .... electrician
Jaime Dawkins .... technocrane operator: Detroit
Jim Dickson .... grip
Taylor Drake .... grip
David A. Erickson .... electrician
Abbot Genser .... still photographer
Ted Goodwin .... rigging electric
Derek Hackett .... film loader
Robert B. Henning .... technocrane operator: Detroit
Mike Indursky .... loader
Learan Kahanov .... additional camera operator
Kevin Kasarda .... second assistant camera
Sean T. Kelly .... grip
Eric Kutner .... generator operator: base camp
Charles Libin .... camera operator
Charles Libin .... director of photography: second unit
Nathan Gabriel Lopez .... b camera second assistant
Jim Manzione .... rigging gaffer
Lou Massa .... dolly grip: "b" camera
James J. McCullagh .... best boy electric
Jim McCullagh .... gaffer
Keith McNicholas .... best boy rigging electric
Christos Moisides .... director of photography: second unit, Detroit
Francis Panuccio .... rigging grip
Jesse Panuccio .... rigging grip
John Panuccio .... key rigging grip
Christopher Raymond .... assistant camera: "b" camera
Meg Schrock .... electrician
Jeremy Schroeder .... grip
Steven Search .... assistant camera: "a" camera
Sean Souza .... additional second assistant camera
Carissa Spatcher .... grip
Debbie Stampfle .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Craig Striano .... grip
Eric Ulrich .... grip
Daniel Wallenstein .... grip
John Wendling .... electrician
Richard Yacuk .... rigging best boy grip
Douglas Pellegrino .... additional camera (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
David H. Kramer .... adr voice casting
Amelia Rasche McCarthy .... casting associate (as Amelia Rasche)
Michael Rios .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Susan Antonelli .... costumer
Pattie J. Barbosa .... costumer
Nanrose Buchman .... costumer
Yvens DeThelismond .... costumer
Kristi Hoffman .... set costumer
Tommy Hollingsworth .... wardrobe production assistant
Austin Myers .... costumer
Paul A. Simmons Jr. .... wardrobe supervisor (as Paul Simmons)
Omar J. Simmons .... costumer
Maria Tortu .... associate costume designer
Benjamin Wilson .... costumer: Mr. Pacino
 
Editorial Department
Kate Abernathy .... assistant editor
Victoria Anderson .... colorist assistant
Dana Bloder .... digital intermediate producer
Sarah Brigman .... post-production coordinator
Terry Brown .... digital imaging color science
Ron Dulin .... first assistant editor
Cristina Esteras-Ortiz .... dailies producer
Barbara Jean Kearney .... digital intermediate executive producer
Eric Leverenz .... digital imaging
Ben Perez .... colorist: dailies
Richie Roefaro .... digital intermediate technician
Tim Stipan .... digital intermediate colorist
Stan Sztaba .... negative cutter
Jay Tilin .... on-line editor
Kevin Vale .... digital film scanning and recording
Joe Violante .... dailies advisor
Christopher Rand .... post-production assistant (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Nancy Allen .... temp music editor
Mark Bächle .... copyist (as Mark Baechle)
Mark Bächle .... orchestrator (as Mark Baechle)
Bryan Carrigan .... digital score recordist
Daniel Coe .... score preparation
Jennifer L. Dunnington .... music editor (as Jennifer Dunnington)
Chris Fogel .... music recording engineer
Chris Fogel .... score mixer
Chris Fogel .... score recordist
Matthias Gohl .... score producer (as Teese Gohl)
Evyen Klean .... music supervisor (as Evyen J Klean)
Sonny Kompanek .... orchestrator
Domnik Mack .... copyist
Jennifer Reeve .... music coordinator
Philip Rothman .... orchestrator
Jonathan Sheffer .... conductor
Antoine Silverman .... music contractor
Marcelo Zarvos .... score producer
 
Transportation Department
Frank Appedu .... driver
Archie Bane .... driver
Henry Boyle .... driver
John Clancy .... driver: cast
Robert Collins .... transportation co-captain
Joseph Fay .... driver
John Hunt .... driver
Tom Leavey .... transportation captain
William Leavey .... driver
William MacCready .... driver
Franco Rea .... transportation captain
Chip Robinson .... driver
Robert Scanlon .... driver
Frank Young .... driver
 
Other crew
Julie Adams .... dialect coach: Mr. Pacino
Jeremy Albucher .... green initiative assistant
Michael J. Babcock .... production assistant
Michael Ball .... set production assistant
Kate Beall .... location scout
Philip Byron .... office production assistant
Billy Capucilli .... stand-in/double; Al Pacino
Kevin Chang .... accounting clerk
Ira Chute .... set production assistant
Chris-Teena Constas .... location manager: Detroit
George Constas .... assistant location manager
Jeff Cossaboom .... production assistant
Ted Demski .... production assistant
Jonathan Dieringer .... accounting clerk
Mark Edlitz .... assistant: Ms. Sarandon
Maggie Engelhardt .... production coordinator
Dan Fugardi .... assistant to producer: Mr. Jones
Dave Ginsberg .... location scout
Dan Gloeckner .... set production assistant
Erin Henderson .... production assistant
Michelle Israel .... set production assistant: first team
Brad Jasper .... production secretary
Julie Juran .... production coordinator: Detroit
Ben Katz .... additional production assistant
Bobby Kennedy .... set production assistant
Eric Klein .... location scout
Samantha Kreitzer .... assistant production coordinator
James D. Lee .... location manager
Yana Collins Lehman .... post-production accountant
Adam Levy .... set medic
Jessica Lichtner .... script supervisor
Kate Lillie .... location coordinator
Ryan McCormick .... assistant: Mr. Ferguson
Christine McKeever .... assistant to executive producer
Michael Meere .... first assistant accountant
Susan Millard .... stand-in: Ms. Sarandon
Jamie Morris .... second assistant accountant
Carissa O'Hara .... additional assistant production accountant (as Carissa Cummings)
Harley Pasternak .... fitness trainer
Derek Pastures .... parking coordinator
Martin Peterson .... set production assistant
Jess Platt .... dialect coach: Mr. Huston
Kayla Porvaznick .... set location assistant
Joaquin Diego Prange .... assistant location manager
Michael Quinn .... assistant: Mr. Pacino
Deborah Ricketts .... stock footage researcher
Doreen Roman .... set medic
Julian Ruhe .... location assistant
David Rumble .... location scout
Josh Samataro .... unit production assistant
Steven Schlick .... location scout
Drew Schofer .... location assistant
Natasha Shumny .... post facilities coordinator
Kati Sklut .... office production assistant
Jason Sosnoff .... production executive
Yorgo Stathopoulos .... location scout
Greg Sucharew .... production assistant
Rebecca Thornell .... script clearance
Mary Viviano .... assistant: Mr. Pacino
Lana Waddell .... production assistant (as Lana Rivkina)
Geoff Wehner .... production assistant
Amy L. Weishaar .... set production assistant
Constance Pierce Winters .... key production assistant: Detroit
Constance Pierce Winters .... set production assistant
Andrew T. Wood .... key production assistant
Greg Wyrick .... payroll accountant
Aaron Yanes .... title designer
Derek Yip .... production accountant
Tony Kost .... photo double: John Goodman (uncredited)
Tony Kost .... stand-in: John Goodman (uncredited)
Dennis McDermott .... stand-in (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Robert A. Ficano .... special thanks
 

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134 min
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Australia:MA | Canada:14A (Ontario) (DVD rating) | Singapore:M18 | South Korea:15 | UK:15

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During initial production, this was developed as a feature film before it became a television film.See more »
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Miscellaneous: Geoffrey Fieger's name is misspelled in the film credits as "Geoffery Fieger".See more »
Quotes:
Jack Kevorkian:Oh, the lingering of death. What a business. Keep death alive. Hospitals don't make money otherwise. Drug companies either. If you're rich and you have the money, you can pay to die. But the poor, they can only afford to stick it out and suffer.See more »
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References "Leave It to Beaver" (1957)See more »
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69 out of 78 people found the following review useful.
Pacino's not dead yet - and this is a killer performance, 28 April 2010
Author: Chris_Docker from United Kingdom

Actors have been known to sit on their laurels. Some would argue that, with Oscar, Emmy, and Tony as best mates on the mantelpiece, Al Pacino can do just that. Do we respectfully think that all his truly great performances are in the past? Godfather, Michael Corleone? Or Scarface, Tony Montana? Happily we can think again. Seeing You Don't Know Jack, we know it's the film Pacino fans have waited for.

Opening scenes give us Dr 'Death' Kevorkian. Before he invents his famous assisted suicide machine. I look closely at this point. I have to reassure myself it is indeed Pacino, not a docu-drama cut-in. For Pacino looks more like Kevorkian than Kevorkian does. Face, body language, tone of voice, the works.

The first achievement is to captivate with the character himself. Not the divisive issues he represents. Bypass the hazards of predictable biopics. Or monotonous 'message' movies. This is quality mainstream film-making and at its best. It doesn't seek to change views, and the spiky Mr Kevorkian leaves plenty of room to disagree, isolating himself often from even his own supporters. This is a passionate man who has little time for other people's views in any general sense. "Who cares what other people think?" he exclaims. "It's what my patient feels." This is not the first time director Barry Levinson has astounded audiences. Slick approaches shaking up accepted thinking. Wag the Dog was to be a wildcard that would embarrass Clinton's government. The Oscar-winner, Rain Man, was criticised for creating a misleading stereotype (Is every autistic person a closet savant? Of course not.) But what Rain Man did do was raise awareness. Make it OK to talk openly about autism. And – perhaps this is the secret – You Don't Know Jack could have a similar effect just because it is just as funny, just as entertaining, just as engaging and just as challenging. We so get many different emotions in fast succession on the screen, until we're primed to consider , "How do I really feel about this?" Real people (including death scenes with Kevorkian's patients) are more gutsier coathooks for feelings than the vague ethical constructs debated in every high school.

If movies learn anything from TV, it's how to keep audience attention. And You Don't Know Jack is suitably punchy. It dismisses any thought of getting up for coffee. No boring arguments for or against euthanasia. None of those Clint Eastwood, long and meditative, 'Million Dollar Baby' moments. Susan Sarandon even brings some of her own caustic lines to a film that often brims over with dark, surreal humour. "Is that Santa Claus stepping on a baby?" she asks casually at an exhibition of Kevorkian's bizarre paintings.

There are powerful performance in abundance, not least from the underrated Danny Huston who plays Fieger, Kevorkian's larger-than-life attorney. (Immediately after the movie first aired, the real Geoffrey Fieger announced he will 'maybe stand again' for governor.) Fieger is a colourful, over-the-top character in real life, perfectly suited to Huston's strengths. After watching Danny Huston's talent wasted in lesser films, such as the well-intentioned Boogie Woogie, it is a joy to see him shine.

Bare-knuckle scenes in You Don't Know Jack are explicit. Both in the physical acts of assisted suicide and in their emotional intensity. Kevorkian recalls his own mother's death to Janet Good (Sarandon). "She told me, 'Imagine the worst toothache in the world – now imagine that toothache in every bone in your body." He is almost penniless (for he never charged) and, with scientific precision, he at one point tries to save on lethal gas. He places his emphysema patient in a plastic hood (to catch the gas, rather than using a face-mask). But the patient panics and it is nearly the last straw for friend and assistant Neal Nicol, played effortlessly by John Goodman. Such scenes are not for the squeamish.

The sense of sincerity and conviction which Pacino gives the role could make it rather uncomfortable viewing if you disagree outright. But this intense, yet sidelong glance at a deeply polarising topic, seriously tackled but deftly relieved with a sharp witty screenplay, might just give new life to a debate that suffers from political hubris set against rather static public opinion.

You Don't Know Jack reveals a person a long way from popular conceptions. Even if you read his autobiography and see him in interview, as I have, he was and still is, a hard person to fathom. An egocentric – or to use a word he suggested himself – a zealot – it often seems that Kevorkian believes in himself to the point of being inaccessible. "You're gonna need some business cards you know!" chides his sister. For this driven man who is happy to live on a pittance and then go on hunger strike, the importance of such details can, it seems, easily be missed.

At over two hours long, the movie occasionally verges on repetition. Levinson, back on form after several also-rans, maintains the pace with intelligent humour and inventive cinematography. "You understand what prison is?" Judge Jessica Copper asks Kevorkian, who seems oblivious of the potential consequences of his actions. "Did you see The Shawshank Redemption, Sir?" During the hunger strike, a fast montage of slamming doors and uneaten foodtrays makes an impression on our ears and eyes faster than any amount of words – and also provides a welcome change of tempo.

This is cinema of the unexpected. With subject matter that should have been unbankably inauspicious. Yet You Don't Know Jack triumphs to take your breath away. Even without a plastic hood.

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