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The Note -- Following a tragic plane crash, newspaper columnist Peyton MacGruder discovers a note that was from one of the passengers onboard. She sets on a quest to find the person for whom it was intended, and discovers the life it will change is her own.
The Note -- US Home Video Trailer from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment


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Writers (WGA):
Paul W. Cooper (teleplay)
Angela Hunt (novel)
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Release Date:
8 December 2007 (USA) See more »
After a tragic plane crash, a local journalist discovers a note that she believes was written by one of the passengers. She seeks the note's intended receiver, but the journey is more revealing of her own past. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Genie Francis ... Peyton Macgruder

Ted McGinley ... Kingston Danville

Rick Roberts ... Truman

Genelle Williams ... Mandi

Katie Boland ... Christine

Maria Ricossa ... Nora
Jim Codrington ... Reverend Timothy Lavery

Heather Hanson ... Taylor

Gord Rand ... Tanner Walton

Richard Leacock ... Jim Johnson

Michael Hanrahan ... Curtis Pargrave
Craig Eldridge ... Air Traffic Controller #1

Nigel Hamer ... Air Traffic Controller #2
Rick Braggins ... Priest on Beach
Scott Wickware ... Cop #1

Michael Barbuto ... Cop #2
Anna Louise Richardson ... Peyton's Mother (as Anna-Louise Richardson)

Directed by
Douglas Barr 
Writing credits
Paul W. Cooper (teleplay)

Angela Hunt (novel)

Produced by
Cindy Bond .... co-executive producer
Patrick Jones .... development producer
Kathleen Kelly .... development producer
William Spencer Reilly .... executive producer
Joel S. Rice .... executive producer
Eric Saperston .... development producer
Steve Solomos .... producer
Karen M. Waldron .... co-executive producer
Original Music by
Eric Allaman 
Cinematography by
Derick V. Underschultz 
Film Editing by
Cindy Parisotto 
Casting by
Tina Gerussi (Toronto casting)
Shana Landsburg (L.A. casting)
Production Design by
Kathleen Climie 
Art Direction by
Theresa Tindall 
Set Decoration by
Mary Kirkland 
Costume Design by
Melanie Jennings 
Makeup Department
Shirley Bond .... hair stylist
Diane Mazur .... makeup department head
Production Management
Maura Dunbar .... executive in charge of production
Gary Mueller .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
George Assimakopoulos .... first assistant director
Matt Hunwicks .... third assistant director
Mark MacDonald .... second assistant director
Giselle Selim .... trainee assistant director
Art Department
Lindsay Agnew .... property master
Kris Major .... assistant property master
Sound Department
Jeremy Balko .... adr mixer
Elma Bello .... dialogue editor
Peter Clements .... sound mixer
Allan Fung .... supervising sound editor
Martin Lee .... re-recording mixer
Rudy Michael .... foley mixer
Steve Moore .... re-recording mixer
Clive Turner .... sound effects editor
Visual Effects by
Daniel Szeto .... visual effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Philippe Champion .... additional camera operator
David Gibbons .... gaffer
Rudy Katkic .... Steadicam operator: "a" camera
Sheena Munroe .... second assistant camera
Dana Perry .... key grip (as Dana Michael Perry)
Mike Sanci .... generator operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Bev Ball .... assistant costume designer
Samara McAdam .... wardrobe supervisor
Kristen V. O'Reilly .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Bob Ablack .... colorist
Paul Deakin .... on-line editor
Anthony Markward .... assistant picture editor
Mike McConnell .... video post coordinator
Location Management
Kevin Allen .... location production assistant
Peter Boboras .... location manager
Matt Graver .... assistant location manager
Karen Perez .... location manager
Music Department
Kyle Kenneth Batter .... composer: additional music
Jerome Leroy .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
Naeda Keeler .... head driver
Peter Stergiou .... driver
Matthew Wolchock .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Michael Barbuto .... assistant to director
Michael Barbuto .... assistant to executive producer
Dylaine Bovaird .... script supervisor
Kimberly Killam .... production accountant (as Kim Killan)
Alexandra MacKenzie .... production coordinator
Denise P. Taylor .... first assistant accountant

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Canada:88 min (TV version)
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Peyton Macgruder:How did you know about my husband's accident?
King:Well I, I googled you.
Peyton Macgruder:When?
King:When I saw you get off the elevator.
Peyton Macgruder:This morning?
King:Four years ago, your first day on the job.
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9 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
Good ... but a bit overdone., 6 October 2008
Author: vram22 from United States

I rate this a "7" if you're watching this on a DVR (digital video recorder) and a "6" if not. Basically, this story starts out good, gets cheesy in the middle and is way overdone at the end. If you're armed with the ability to skip through some highly predictable corny stuff in the middle, it's kind of interesting to watch. A saving grace of the movie is that there's a great twist at the end.

Basically, the movie is about a journalist who's about to lose her column "The Heart Healer" due to low readership. While pondering her situation at the ocean, she happens upon a washed up note from a plane that just crashed nearby. She begins to write about her search for the intended recipient and the movie progresses from there.

While it sounds good on the surface, it gets a little cheesy when everyone she meets is somehow "touched" and for the most part "reformed" by the note. For a lot of people, this middle section can be a bit too sappy.

Still, the movie is not "so" bad that I would say it's not worth watching. If you have a DVR, you can spare yourself from some of the scenes by fast-forwarding - and enjoy the overall story line. If not, I'd say it's a bit too hard to sit through without changing the channel.

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