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Writer (WGA):
Ken Hixon (written by)
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Release Date:
10 November 2010 (France) See more »
You never know who's going to be your wake-up call
On a business trip to New Orleans, a damaged man seeks salvation by caring for a wayward young woman. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
1 win & 3 nominations See more »
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James Gandolfini ... Douglas Lloyd 'Doug' Riley

Kristen Stewart ... Allison alias Mallory

Melissa Leo ... Lois Riley

Joe Chrest ... Jerry

Ally Sheedy ... Harriet
Tiffany Coty ... Tara

Eisa Davis ... Vivian

Lance E. Nichols ... Hamilton 'Ham' Watkins

Peggy Walton-Walker ... Brenda (as Peggy Walton Walker)

Sharon Landry ... Sharon

Kathy Lamkin ... Charlene

Kerry Cahill ... Waitress
Ken Hixon ... Danny

Elliott Grey ... Randy

David Jensen ... Ed

Greg Di Leo ... Ernie (as Greg DiLeo)

Deneen Tyler ... Parking Officer

Lara Grice ... Sales Clerk
Jack Moore ... Roger
George Eaton ... Desk Clerk
James Holbrook ... Driver
Chris Kuttruff ... Jay-Jay

Kim Collins ... Bondsman

Mark Adam ... Day Manager

Russell Steinberg ... Conventioneer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cynthia LeBlanc ... Second Liners (uncredited)
Elton LeBlanc ... Second Liners (uncredited)

Jay Oliver ... Customer at Vaughns Rest (uncredited)
Logan Douglas Smith ... Plumbing Salesman, Cocktail & Dinner Patron, Conventioneer (uncredited)
Terry Lee Smith ... Conventioneer (uncredited)

Michael Wozniak ... Plumber at Strip Club (uncredited)

Directed by
Jake Scott 
Writing credits
Ken Hixon (written by)

Produced by
Giovanni Agnelli .... producer
Garrett Basch .... co-producer
Scott Bloom .... producer
Michael Costigan .... producer
Ken Hixon .... executive producer
Maresa Pullman .... co-producer
Malcolm Reeve .... co-producer
Ridley Scott .... executive producer
Tony Scott .... executive producer
Bergen Swanson .... line producer
Steven Zaillian .... executive producer
Original Music by
Marc Streitenfeld 
Cinematography by
Christopher Soos 
Film Editing by
Nicolas Gaster 
Casting by
Elizabeth Coulon 
Avy Kaufman 
Production Design by
Happy Massee 
Set Decoration by
Tim Cohn 
Costume Design by
Kim Bowen 
Makeup Department
Robin Mathews .... makeup department head
Paul Anthony Morris .... hair department head
Eden Orfanos .... key makeup artist
Remi Savva .... makeup artist
Amy Wood .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Danielle Blumstein .... production supervisor
Teresa Kelly .... post-production supervisor
Bergen Swanson .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Steve Lonano .... second assistant director
Jesse Nye .... first assistant director
Cali Pomes .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Michael Dares .... set dresser
Ryan Martin Dwyer .... on-set dresser
Ashley Ebanks .... production assistant
Beau Harrison .... assistant property master
Molly Harrison .... props
Lawrence Heap .... set dresser
Elizabeth Herberg .... art department coordinator
Leonard Marchand .... property master (as Leonard Lavigueur)
Danny Nick .... leadman
Michael O'Sullivan .... production assistant
Andrew Preen .... set dresser
Derek A. Schwebel .... props
Victoria St. Pierre .... lead scenic
Alexander B. Williams .... prop assistant
Durel Yates .... set dresser
Sound Department
James Bailey .... foley artist
Wade Barnett .... adr recordist
Javier Bennassar .... supervising sound editor
Robert C. Bigelow .... sound mixer (as Robert Bigelow)
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer: New York
Christopher Eakins .... adr editor
Scott Edelson .... boom operator
Barbara Harris .... adr voice casting
Robert Jackson .... adr supervisor
Kyle Jenkins .... video assist
Goeun Lee .... foley editor
Travis MacKay .... adr mixer
Matthew Mika .... boom operator
Jason Miller .... post-production coordinator
Jan Petrov .... adr recordist
Doug Reed .... foley artist
Gabriel J. Serrano .... sound recordist
Leslie Shatz .... supervising sound editor
Geordy Sincavage .... foley mixer
Callie Thurman .... assistant sound editor
Noah Timan .... sound mixer
Mandell Winter .... dialogue editor
Aaron Zeller .... sound utility
Special Effects by
Guy Clayton Jr. .... special effects coordinator
Mandy Dormann .... special effects
Kip Taylor .... special effects (as Kip M. Taylor)
Visual Effects by
Dick Edwards .... visual effects supervisor: Invisible Effects
Kaily Alissano .... stunts
Danny Cosmo .... assistant stunt coordinator
Jeff Galpin .... stunt coordinator
Terra Grant .... stunt double
Terra Grant .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Grayson Austin .... steadicam operator
Skip Bolen .... still photographer
Giovanni Bommarito .... electrician
Jacob Borck .... electrician
Gary Cadow .... rigging grip
Scott Calcagno .... rigging grip
Buddy Carr .... dolly grip
Michael Charbonnet .... first assistant camera (as Gilly Charbonnet)
Larry Clement .... best boy rigging grip
Larry Dorsey Jr. .... rigging gaffer
David Edwards .... second assistant a-camera (as David 'Cupcake' Edwards)
Rowland Egerton .... rigging grip
Andre Green .... rigging best boy electrician
Kyle Jenkins .... digital video assist operator
Franklin D. Jones III .... rigging key grip
Chad W. Landry .... grip
Joe Lotuaco .... grip
Scott Luttrell .... grip
Mike McLaughlin .... gaffer (as Michael B. McLaughlin)
Lee McLemore .... best boy grip
Erskin Mitchell .... best boy electric
Scott Morrison .... electrician
Mike Pappas .... electrician
Patti Perret .... still photographer
Luke Porterfield .... grip
Jonathan E. Robinson .... second assistant camera
Trey Shaneyfelt .... lighting technician
Lynda Vincent .... camera loader
Kristopher Weaver .... lighting technician
Jeremy Webre .... "b" dolly grip
Jeremy Webre .... grip
Casting Department
Elizabeth Coulon .... extras casting
Lois J. Drabkin .... casting associate: New york
James Landry Hébert .... casting associate (as James Hébert)
James Landry Hébert .... extras casting assistant
Charlotte N. Laihonen .... casting assistant
Matthew Paul Spriggs .... casting associate
Matthew Paul Spriggs .... extras casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Christy Hebert Crouch .... key costumer
Julie Ebel .... key costumer
Kirsten Ida Johnson .... costume pa
Kirsten Ida Johnson .... wardrobe production assistant
Kim Martínez .... costume supervisor
Delphine Tandonnet .... assistant costume designer (as Delphine Tandonnet-Blanche)
Editorial Department
Robert Drwila .... assistant editor (as Bob Drwila)
Kim Gaster .... assembly editor
Kathleen Latlip .... first assistant editor
Nick Monton .... digital intermediate producer
Santiago Padilla .... colorist: dailies
Taylor Black .... digital intermediate scanner: Company 3 (uncredited)
Music Department
Allison Wright Clark .... music supervisor
Jessica Dolinger .... music clearances
Greg Hayes .... music scoring mixer
Randall Poster .... music supervisor
Del Spiva .... music editor
Andrew Synowiec .... musician: guitar
Gina Zimmitti .... music contractor
Transportation Department
Samuel Wayne Beitz .... driver
Samuel Wayne Beitz .... driver: honeywagon
Virgil Bienemy .... driver
Bruce Billings .... driver
Carlo J. Catalanotto .... driver
Edward Dorsey III .... driver
Jerry Everett .... transportation captain
Anthony Forester .... picture car coordinator
Janet Galpin .... driver
Jackie Gondrella .... driver (as Jacklyn Gondrella)
Danny Mortenson .... transportation coordinator
Reginald Smith .... driver
Rodney Smith .... driver
Willie C. Stringer Jr. .... driver
June Wischler .... driver
Other crew
Kimberly Bailey .... voiceover actor
Kelley Baker .... production accountant
Shelly Bancroft .... acquisition consultant: Premiere Picture
Mike Barnard .... assistant to james gandolfini
Sebastien Betsch .... digital cinema supervisor
Samuel Birdsong .... assistant to melissa leo
James Brooke .... production services
Gregory Cassin .... production assistant
Amy Chaffee .... dialect coach
Gabrielle Chapin .... choreographer
Gregory Chestnut .... production staff
Dwight Coulon .... stand-in
Arvid Cristina .... assistant production coordinator
Delma Cupit .... production assistant
Michael Dittmar .... location assistant
John Fahrendorf .... assistant to kristen stewart
Scott Fahrendorf .... production assistant
Amy Ficken .... assistant to steve zaillian
Matthew Ford .... set medic
Paul Fraser .... key medic
Jason Garrett .... financier
Keith Gaudin .... assistant accountant
Laurent Gougneau .... chef
Carter Hall .... assistant to giovanni agnelli and scott bloom
Dana A. Hanby .... location manager
Sam Hixon .... assistant to writer
Ruth Kesler .... production coordinator
Fiona Kihlstrom .... financier
Mickey Lambert .... assistant location manager
Wilfredo Leon .... assistant chef
Mike Leonard .... additional set production assistant
Don Lincoln .... stand-in
Kevin Lorio .... set production assistant
Kathleen Lynch .... craft service head
Abbe Ertel Magid .... assistant: Jake Scott
Paul Marashlian .... argonaut production executive
Maggie Martin .... payroll accountant
Brian Mathews .... set production assistant
Rachael Meadow .... production secretary
Tom Moran .... executive assistant: Tony Scott
Nadia Naguib .... financier
Tony Osso .... script supervisor
Jonathan Porter .... location assistant
Maresa Pullman .... film executive
Miguel Reyes .... assistant to michael costigan
Steven Robbins .... assistant: Tony Scott
Adam Roberts .... chef assistant
Ashlynn Ross .... stand-in
Joan Scheckel .... workshopped with
Gary Schruff .... craft service
Derek A. Schwebel .... craft service
Marcus Searancke .... financier
Natasha Shumny .... post facilities coordinator
Steve Sims .... argonaut production executive
Aaron J. Stone .... additional set production assistant
Christopher Tricarico .... legal services
John M. White .... production assistant
Derek Yip .... production consultant
Darry Young .... assistant craft service
Anthony Yuse .... set production assistant
Preston Trahan .... uncredited
Mike Bloom .... special thanks
Rick Fox .... special thanks
Stormy Hebrew .... special thanks
Patricia Ann Hoffman .... special thanks
Jenelle Kunz .... special thanks
Daniel Lewis .... thanks
Karim Mashouf .... special thanks
Michele Ramsey and Family .... special thanks
Peter Rossano .... special thanks
Joan Scheckel .... special thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
Rated R for strong sexual content, brief drug use and pervasive language involving a teenager
USA:110 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Australia:MA | Germany:16 | Ireland:15A | Netherlands:12 | Norway:11 (self applied) | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:NC-16 | South Korea:18 | Sweden:7 | Switzerland:14 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:14 (canton of Vaud) | USA:R (certificate #46100)
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

In preparation for her role Kristen Stewart learned how to pole dance, deprived herself of sleep, chain-smoked, and ate mostly junk food. As a result Stewart's body and legs were covered with bruises, her skin was blemished, and she constantly looked tired. Director Jake Scott praised Stewart's dedication because she was so willing to allow herself to subordinate her physical appearance for the role.See more »
Continuity: When Allison is in the car counting her money she burns her fingers on the butt of her cigarette. In the following scene she is seen with a barely smoked cigarette.See more »
Douglas Lloyd 'Doug' Riley:I'm not here for the fun part.
Mallory:Oh. Well, hand jobs are $50 and I can do oral but it's $100 and you'd need a rubber.
Douglas Lloyd 'Doug' Riley:No, thank you.
Mallory:I get $60 out of the $250 you gave the guy at the bar. You're not gonna tip me nothing?
Douglas Lloyd 'Doug' Riley:Here, this make it worth your while?
[hands her $100]
Mallory:Wow! Thanks, Doug.
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21 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
interesting little indie., 2 February 2011
Author: shoutingagain from United States

As a movie buff, I tend to gravitate toward the art & independent material but also due to my area's theater selections, see a fair amount of mainstream movies. Yes, I catch few good films but many times I find disappointment in both worlds. This time ended differently. I can't help but remark how impressed I was by the honest writing and acting of all three characters. Struck me as rather genuine, gritty and believable plot-wise. I also was unsure if I appreciated the decision to refrain from thoroughly fleshing-out every character. One has staggering levels in which they are left to guess about all three. Ie: What happened to Stewart's character other than her mom's accident and demise to lead her on such a disheartening path? Why not more information and insight as to chronicle the downward spiral of this marriage after the child's death? Why not dig into and explore the wife's inward turn to near-hermit? Why is the husband not only so disenchanted with home but also work, albeit this desperate & hopeless soul floundering about? Well, actually wise decision to leave this unknown; I see it's not all that critical to the success of the story. Writers today over-inform.

Another area I originally thought to be a caveat to success was ending as it did. I mean everyone likes and cheers for a happy ending. But pondering this further--really how realistic is this in life? Moreover (and I've worked with troubled and lost kids) this film plays out precisely how life goes. It's not simple to intervene and turn someone around late in the game. There is wisdom, perception and integrity in this attempt to depict a more genuine article of life and that was done. I think Stewart's work was exceptional and her remark that she's "no one's little girl" (something to that affect) captures it brilliantly. You see throughout her vulnerability, survival instinct, yet damaged nature without her acting being sentimental or "hollywood". Yes, nice little gem.

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