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Writer (WGA):
Peter Morgan (written by)
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Release Date:
22 October 2010 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
Touched by death. Changed by life.
Plot:
A drama centered on three people -- a blue-collar American, a French journalist and a London school boy -- who are touched by death in different ways. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Nominated for Oscar. Another 4 wins & 11 nominations See more »
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Incredibly intense, subtle masterpiece. See more (310 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Cécile De France ... Marie Lelay (as Cécile de France)

Thierry Neuvic ... Didier
Cyndi Mayo Davis ... Island Hotel Clerk
Lisa Griffiths ... Stall Owner

Jessica Griffiths ... Island Girl
Ferguson Reid ... Rescuer
Derek Sakakura ... Rescuer

Jay Mohr ... Billy

Richard Kind ... Christos

Matt Damon ... George Lonegan

Charlie Creed-Miles ... Photographer

Frankie McLaren ... Marcus / Jason

George McLaren ... Marcus / Jason

Lyndsey Marshal ... Jackie

Rebekah Staton ... Social Worker
Declan Conlon ... Social Worker
Marcus Boyea ... Teenager

Franz Drameh ... Teenager
Tex Jacks ... Teenager
Taylor Doherty ... Teenager

Mylène Jampanoï ... Reporter Jasmine (as Myléne Jampanoï)

Stéphane Freiss ... Guillaume Belcher (as Stephane Freiss)

Laurent Bateau ... TV Producer
Calum Grant ... Factory Worker

Steve Schirripa ... Cooking Teacher 'Carlo' (as Steven R. Schirripa)
Joe Bellan ... Tony

Bryce Dallas Howard ... Melanie

Jenifer Lewis ... Candace

Tom Beard ... Priest

Andy Gathergood ... Jackie's Friend
Helen Elizabeth ... Jackie's Friend

Jean-Yves Berteloot ... Publishing Executive Michael

Niamh Cusack ... Foster Mother

George Costigan ... Foster Father
Claire Price ... Marcus' Teacher

Surinder Duhra ... Islamic Teacher
Sean Buckley ... Dr. Meredith
Audrey Brisson ... Hospice Receptionist
Jess Murphy ... Dying Woman
Michael Cuckson ... Hospice Husband
Jennifer Thorne ... Hospice Mother
Barry Martin ... Hospice Father

Marthe Keller ... Dr. Rousseau

Charlie Holliday ... Union Rep

John Nielsen ... Factory Supervisor
Anthony Allgood ... Visitor
Mathew Baynton ... College Receptionist
Pearce Quigley ... Channeler

Paul Antony-Barber ... Nigel
Meg Wynn Owen ... Mirror Lady (as Meg Wynn-Owen)
Selina Cadell ... Mrs. Joyce
Tom Price ... Man

Céline Sallette ... Secretary (as Celine Sallette)
Celia Shuman ... Neighbor
Joanna Croll ... Tour Guide
Jack Bence ... Ricky

Derek Jacobi ... Himself

Tim Fitzhigham ... Bearded Author

Chloe Bale ... Hotel Receptionist
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Augustina Amoa ... Customer (uncredited)

Andy Arness ... Management Rep. (uncredited)
Philippe Badreau ... Rescuer on Roof (uncredited)

Fileena Bahris ... Tsunami Survivor (uncredited)

Hélène Cardona ... Angel (voice) (uncredited)
Cabran E. Chamberlain ... Union Rep (uncredited)

Sam Creed ... Book Author (uncredited)

Fiona Dwyer ... Voice (uncredited)
Eric Geynes ... Jacques (uncredited)
Mitch Hill ... Book Show Attendee (uncredited)

Carl Marino ... Airport Couple (uncredited)

Ilona Marino ... Airport Couple (uncredited)
Sarah Jane O'Neill ... Drug Addict (uncredited)
Ajani Perkins ... Pool Player (uncredited)
Monique Soltani ... Cooking Student (uncredited)

Leah Stoltz ... Cooking Class Student (uncredited)
Brian Vowell ... Airport Traveller (uncredited)
Paul Warren ... Dying Hospital Patient (uncredited)

James D. Weston II ... Presidio Jogger (uncredited)
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Directed by
Clint Eastwood 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Peter Morgan (written by)

Produced by
John Bernard .... line producer: France
Clint Eastwood .... producer
Kathleen Kennedy .... producer
Robert Lorenz .... producer
Frank Marshall .... executive producer
Tim Moore .... executive producer
Peter Morgan .... executive producer
Steven Spielberg .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Clint Eastwood 
 
Cinematography by
Tom Stern (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Joel Cox 
Gary Roach  (as Gary D. Roach)
 
Casting by
Fiona Weir 
 
Production Design by
James J. Murakami 
 
Art Direction by
Patrick M. Sullivan Jr. (supervising art director) (as Patrick Sullivan)
 
Set Decoration by
Gary Fettis 
 
Costume Design by
Deborah Hopper 
 
Makeup Department
Steven E. Anderson .... assistant makeup artist: San Francisco
Christine Beveridge .... makeup artist: Mr. Damon (as Chrissie Beveridge)
Patricia Dehaney-Le May .... assistant hair stylist: San Francisco (as Patricia Dehaney)
Paul Engelen .... makeup department head
Kay Georgiou .... hair stylist: Mr. Damon
Colin Jamison .... hair department head
Jan Jamison .... assistant hair stylist: London
Melissa Lackersteen .... assistant makeup artist: London
Frédérique Arguello .... hair stylist (uncredited)
Holli Doherty .... hair assistant (uncredited)
Sophia Knight .... crowd hair stylist (uncredited)
Claire Matthews .... makeup artist: dailies (uncredited)
Isabelle Saintive .... key makeup artist (uncredited)
Sian Turner .... makeup: dailies (uncredited)
Aya Yabuuchi .... makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Gilles Castera .... production manager: France
Jeremy Johns .... unit production manager: London
Tim Moore .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David M. Bernstein .... first assistant director
Dan Channing-Williams .... second second assistant director: London (as Dan Channing Williams)
Ryan Craig .... second assistant director
Vanessa Djian .... second assistant director: France
Clare Glass .... crowd assistant director: London
Valerie Johnson .... second second assistant director: San Francisco
Samar Pollitt .... second assistant director: London
Carla Bartley .... daily crowd assistant director (uncredited)
Glen Carroll .... additional crowd assistant director (uncredited)
Kevin Frilet .... assistant director: Paris (uncredited)
Emilie Justin .... trainee assistant director (uncredited)
Robert Karn .... assistant director (uncredited)
Guilhem Malgoire .... second second assistant director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Scott M. Anderson .... assistant property master
Ken Booker .... set dresser: San Francisco (as Kenny K. Booker)
Alex Boswell .... on-set dresser: London
Nicolas Brechat .... swing gang
Tom Brown .... supervising art director: London
Lisa Chugg .... set decorator: London
Dean Clegg .... art director: London
James Fernandez .... on-set dresser: San Francisco (as James Daniel Fernandez)
Katie Gabriel .... art department coordinator: London
Barry Gibbs .... property master: London
Hayley Gibbs .... property coordinator: London
Halsted Craig Hannah .... photoshop artist
Chris Kitisakkul .... graphic designer: London
Harry Metcalfe .... construction manager: London
John Micheletos .... leadman: San Francisco
Michael Muscarella .... construction coordinator: San Francisco (as Michael A. Muscarella)
Enrico Paronelli .... paint supervisor: San Francisco
Peter Mitchell Rubin .... senior illustrator (as Peter Rubin)
Gretchen Scharfenberg .... set dresser: San Francisco
Anne Seibel .... art director: France
Michael Sexton .... property master (as Mike Sexton)
Sam Sternthall .... set dresser: Maui
Frank Walsh .... supervising art director: London
Laura Whitehead .... art department coordinator (as Laura K. Whitehead)
Krissi Williamson .... production buyer: London
Jerry Wiskerson .... set dresser: San Francisco
Samudrika Arora .... art department production assistant (uncredited)
Matthew Broderick .... stand-by props: London (uncredited)
Christopher Carlson .... assistant set decorator (uncredited)
Graham Caulfield .... drapesmaster: London (uncredited)
Roy Chapman .... chargehand dressing prop: London (uncredited)
Hélène Dubreuil .... set decorator: France (uncredited)
Colin Ellis .... dressing props (uncredited)
Kate Fettis .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sara Gardner-Gail .... buyer (uncredited)
Michael E. Goldman .... assistant art director (uncredited)
Rohan Harris .... paintings (uncredited)
Jason Hopperton .... dressings props (uncredited)
Josh Jones .... stand-by carpenter (uncredited)
Jordan Jordanov .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
David Ladish .... set dresser (uncredited)
Steven Ladish .... set dresser (uncredited)
Andrew Lewis .... assistant prop master (uncredited)
John Lister .... set dresser (uncredited)
James R. Lord .... propmaker (uncredited)
Jared A.J. Muscarella .... carpenter (uncredited)
Hadjila Nezlioui .... set buyer (uncredited)
Antonio Nogueira .... set dresser (uncredited)
Darryl Paterson .... chargehand dressing prop: UK (uncredited)
Carl Peters .... propman (uncredited)
Edward J. Protiva .... gang boss (uncredited)
Adee Serrao .... graphic designer (uncredited)
Robert Silcock .... construction foreman (uncredited)
Brett C. Smith .... leadman (uncredited)
James M. Spencer .... art department assistant (uncredited)
Benoît Tetelin .... props buyer: France (uncredited)
Rebecca Thomas .... assistant prop buyer (uncredited)
Kevin Wheeler .... prop storeman: London (uncredited)
Liloa Wong .... lead greensman: Maui (uncredited)
Matt Wynne .... concept artist (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Bub Asman .... supervising sound editor
Gail Carroll-Coe .... boom operator
William Cawley .... assistant sound editor (as Bill Cawley)
Flash Deros .... boom operator
Michael Dressel .... supervising foley editor
John P. Fasal .... location sound effects mixer (as John Paul Fasal)
Robin Harlan .... foley artist
Pedro Jimenez .... sound re-recording mixer
Jason King .... sound effects editor
Nick Kray .... adr mixer: London
Walt Martin .... sound mixer
Sarah Monat .... foley artist
Ryan Murphy .... sound mix technician
Alan Robert Murray .... supervising sound editor
Kevin Murray .... assistant sound editor (as Kevin R.W. Murray)
Thomas J. O'Connell .... adr mixer
Tony Pilkington .... sound re-recording engineer
John T. Reitz .... sound re-recording mixer (as John Reitz)
Gregg Rudloff .... sound re-recording mixer
James Simcik .... adr supervisor
Randy Singer .... foley mixer
Akkara Srauy .... adr assistant editor
Bryan O. Watkins .... location sound effects mixer (as Bryan Watkins)
Bryan O. Watkins .... sound effects editor (as Bryan Watkins)
Katy Wood .... supervising dialogue editor
Brian Seagrave .... audio post-conform (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Adam Aldridge .... senior special effects technician: London
Carmila Gittens .... special effects coordinator: London
Jeremy Lovett .... senior special effects technician: London
Ryan A. Riley .... special effects foreman: San Francisco (as Ryan Riley)
Steve Riley .... special effects supervisor: San Francisco (as Steven Riley)
Dominic Tuohy .... special effects supervisor: London
Ryan Senecal .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Daniel Williams .... special effects technician (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Carlos Anguiano .... character rigging supervisor: Scanline VFX
Derek Blume .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Markus Boos .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Jamie Bowers .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Mike Bozulich .... compositor: Scanline VFX
Sue Campbell .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Charley Carlat .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Deborah Carlson .... digital effects supervisor: Scanline VFX
Nick Crew .... lead visual effects artist: Scanine VFX
Nick Damico .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
James Dornoff .... visual effects production manager: Scanline VFX
Robert Evans .... visual effects production manager: Scanline VFX
Joe Farrell .... compositing supervisor: Scanline VFX
Chad Finnerty .... animation supervisor: Scanline VFX
Thomas Ganshorn .... technical support: Scanline VFX
Christoph Gaudl .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Mitchell J. Glaser .... visual effects editor: Scanline VFX (as Mitch Glaser)
Joanna N. Goslicka .... digital artist: Scanline VFX (as Joanna Goslicka)
Holly Gosnell .... lead visual effects data wrangler: London
Bryan Grill .... visual effects supervisor: Scanline VFX
David Hackett .... technical support: Scanline VFX
Jamie Hallett .... compositor: Scanline VFX
Ian A. Harris .... compositor: Scanline VFX
Paul Hudson .... technical support: Scanline VFX
Melissa Huerta .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Apollo S.J. Kim .... digital artist: Scanline VFX (as Apollo Kim)
Jeff Kim .... compositor: Scanline VFX
Joel Kittle .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Claudia Knorr .... lead visual effects artist: Scanline VFX
Joshua LaCross .... compositor: Scanline VFX
Chris LeDoux .... compositor: Scanline VFX
Lukas Lepicovsky .... lead visual effects artist: Scanline VFX
Noll Linsangan .... compositor: Scanline VFX
Christine Lo .... compositor: Scanline VFX
Carl Loeffler .... technical support: Scanline VFX
Lap Van Luu .... technical support: Scanline VFX
Joe Mangione .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Joel Román Mendías .... visual effects executive producer: Scanline VFX (as Joel Mendias)
Justin Mijal .... lead visual effects artist: Scanline VFX
Scott Miller .... technical support: Scanline VFX
Justin Mitchell .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Rohini Montenegro .... compositor: Scanline VFX (as Rohini Una Montenegro)
Scott Owen .... motion capture operator
Michael Owens .... designer: tsunami sequence
Michael Owens .... visual effects supervisor
Christine Peterson .... compositor: Scanline VFX
Brian Peyatt .... technical support: Scanline VFX
Oliver Pilarski .... technical support: Scanline VFX
Danielle Plantec .... cg supervisor: Scanline VFX
Liz Radley .... video & computer graphics supervisor
Crystal Rainone .... motion capture editor
Shinichi Rembutsu .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Dominic Ridley .... additional data wrangler
Saysana Rintharamy .... lead visual effects artist: Scanline VFX (as Say Rintharamy)
Joe Scarr .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Nabil Schiantarelli .... compositor: Scanline VFX
Walter Schulz .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Jaeil Seo .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Lisa Spence .... digital effects producer: Scanlline VFX (as Lisa K. Spence)
Greg Szafranski .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Nils Thuerey .... technical support: Scanline VFX
Stefano Trivelli .... compositor: Scanline VFX
Stephan Trojansky .... visual effects supervisor: Scanline VFX
Greg Tsadilas .... lead visual effects artist: Scanline VFX
Taylor Tulip-Close .... visual effects texture photographer: London
Renee Ward .... visual effects production manager: Scanline VFX
Martin Toby Watson .... digital artist: Scanline VFX (as Toby Watson)
Michael Zavala .... visual effects production manager: Scanline VFX
Christian Zeiler .... digital artist: Scanline VFX (as Christian Zeiller)
Christian Zurcher .... digital artist: Scanline VFX
Ben Aghdami .... additional visual effects data wrangler (uncredited)
Laurie Blavin .... staffing manager: Scanline VFX (uncredited)
Magno Borgo .... rotoscope artist: The Base Studio (uncredited)
Shannan Burkley .... matte painter (uncredited)
Jordan Freda .... coordinator: The Base Studio (uncredited)
Markus Hagemeier .... i/o coordinator: ScanlineVFX (uncredited)
Marc Herzer .... modelling artist: Scanline VFX (uncredited)
Josiah Holmes Howison .... senior digital compositor (uncredited)
Craig Kief .... visual effects director of photography (uncredited)
James Knight .... motion capture (uncredited)
Ken Kuykendall .... visual effects production assistant (uncredited)
Gary Laurie .... matchmove technical director: Scanline VFX (uncredited)
James Orlik .... animator: Giant Studios (uncredited)
James Orlik .... motion editor: Giant Studios (uncredited)
James Pina .... rotoscope artist: The Base Studio (uncredited)
Anthony Pintor .... motion editor/animator (uncredited)
Dave Preciado .... motion editor (uncredited)
Grover Richardson .... roto supervisor: The Base Studio (uncredited)
Rick Rische .... matte artist: Scanline VFX (uncredited)
Mayank Shekhar .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Clancy Silver .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Robert Snyder .... on-set data wrangler (uncredited)
Eddie Soria .... senior rotoscope and paint artist (uncredited)
Scott Squires .... additional on-set supervisor (uncredited)
Wilson Tang .... digital restoration (uncredited)
Radley Teruel .... digital artist (uncredited)
Micole Toyloy .... digital artist (uncredited)
Kevin Wang .... motion capture animator (uncredited)
Kevin Wang .... motion capture tracker (uncredited)
Kevin Wang .... motion editor (uncredited)
Tou Yeng Xiong .... rotoscope artist (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Tony Christian .... stunts
Steve Dent .... stunts
Ben Dimmock .... stunts
Shauna Duggins .... stunts
Richard Epper .... stunts
Timothy Eulich .... stunts
Colin C.L. Fong .... stunts
Andy Godbold .... stunts
Meegan Godfrey .... stunts
Mark Henson .... stunts (as Franklin Henson)
David Hugghins .... stunts
Jason Hunjan .... stunts
Rob Inch .... stunt coordinator: United Kingdom
Dave Kalama .... stunts
Brian Machleit .... stunts
Bean Peel .... stunts
Heather Phillips .... stunts
Branscombe Richmond .... stunt coordinator: Hawaii (as B.L. Richmond)
Brian Simpson .... stunts
Andy Smart .... stunts
Tony Smart .... stunts
April Stirton .... stunts
Steve Upton .... stunts
Mark Aaron Wagner .... stunts
Aaron Walters .... stunts
Reg Wayment .... stunts
Thom Williams .... stunt coordinator: MoCap
Len Woodcock .... stunts (as Leonard Woodcock)
Matthew Sampson .... stunt safety (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Stéphane Assié .... gaffer: France (as Stephane Assie)
Bill Beenham .... hod electrical rigger: London
Greg Brooks .... dolly grip: San Francisco
Stephen S. Campanelli .... camera operator
Stephen S. Campanelli .... steadicam operator
Trevor Carroll-Coe .... camera loader: San Francisco
Bill Coe .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Ross Dunkerley .... chief lighting technician
Tom Elgar .... video assist assistant: London
Kevin Fraser .... key grip: London
Eddie Knight .... gaffer: London
John Lacy .... assistant chief lighting technician: San Francisco (as John D. Lacy)
John Lacy .... rigging: San Francisco (as John D. Lacy)
Dash Lilley .... camera loader: London (as Dashiel Lilley)
Jay Maidment .... stills photographer: London
Bobby McMahan .... second assistant camera: "a" camera (as Robert A. McMahan)
Dean Morris .... best boy grip: London
Ronnie Phillips .... best boy electric: London
Ken Regan .... still photographer: London
Ken Regan .... stills photographer: San Francisco
Charles Saldana .... key grip: San Francisco (as Charles Saldaña)
Mark Shankel .... key rigging grip: San Francisco
Bruce D. Spellman .... key rigging grip: San Francisco
Michel Strasser .... key grip: France (as Michael Strasser)
Mike Valentine .... underwater camera operator: London
Mike Valentine .... underwater director of photography: London
Doug Wall .... best boy grip: San Francisco (as Douglas L. Wall)
Brice Bailly .... electrician (uncredited)
Christophe Bassoulet .... electrician (uncredited)
Buzzy Burwell .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Michael Patrick Cronin .... grip (uncredited)
Hopi Demattio .... underwater focus puller (uncredited)
Cédric Guerby .... electrician (uncredited)
Luke Andrew Haddock .... video assistant (uncredited)
Don King .... underwater camera operator: Hawaii (uncredited)
Joseph M. Lyons .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Susan MacDonald .... camera trainee: London (uncredited)
Joe McGee .... practical electrician (uncredited)
Brian Minzlaff .... set lighting (uncredited)
Jason Montague .... electrician (uncredited)
Kyle Pugsley .... rigging grip: San Francisco (uncredited)
Ricci Pier Reinbold .... camera production assistant (uncredited)
Allison Shok .... first assistant camera: underwater unit (uncredited)
K.E.J. Stover .... additional grip: San Francisco (uncredited)
Vincent Tulasne .... video & computer graphics supervisor assistant (uncredited)
François-Xavier Walter .... best boy grip (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Beth Cleveley .... extras casting: London
Elodie Demey .... casting: Paris
Nancy Hayes .... extras casting: San Francisco
Ruth Key .... casting assistant
Kelly Pisarri .... extras casting: San Francisco
Alice Searby .... casting associate
Laura Sheppard .... extras casting: London
Jackie Sollitto .... casting assistant: Los Angeles
Aurélie Avram .... extras casting (uncredited)
Barbara Harris .... adr voice casting (uncredited)
Aurelia Morain .... extras casting assistant (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sabrina Calley .... set costumer
Ken Crouch .... costume supervisor: London (as Kenny Crouch)
Ann Culotta .... set costumer
Diana Edgmon .... key costumer
Nancy Foreman .... costume supervisor: San Francisco
Warren Haigh .... costumer: London
Mark Holmes .... costumer: London
Rebecca James .... costumer: London
Ciara McArdle .... costumer: London
Sarah Moore .... costumer: London
John Norster .... costumer: London
Chris Proctor .... costumer: San Francisco
Elaine Ramires .... costume supervisor
Sarah Robinson .... costume coordinator: London
Barnaby Smith .... costumer: Mr. Damon
Jack Taggart .... costumer: San Francisco
Leighton Bowers .... costume researcher (uncredited)
Patricia Colin .... wardrobe supervisor (uncredited)
François-Louis Delfolie .... costumer (uncredited)
Margie Fortune .... costume assistant (uncredited)
Ian Foweraker .... assistant ager/dyer (uncredited)
Philip Goldsworthy .... costume assistant: dailies (uncredited)
Ivory Stanton .... ager/dyer (uncredited)
Cathie Valdovino .... costumer (uncredited)
Ramsay Williams .... costumer: San Francisco (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Jill Bogdanowicz .... digital film colorist
David S. Cox .... assistant film editor
Blu Murray .... assistant film editor
Bob Peishel .... digital intermediate producer
Mark Sahagun .... digital intermediate editor
Jeff Pantaleo .... dailies colorist (uncredited)
Kurt Smith .... color timer (uncredited)
Darin Wooldridge .... home video mastering colorist (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Robert Fernandez .... music scoring mixer (as Bobby Fernandez)
Bruce Forman .... guitarist
Ashley Irwin .... music conductor
Ashley Irwin .... orchestrator
Gennady Loktionov .... music arranger
Gennady Loktionov .... music conductor
Chris McGeary .... music editor
Vincent Cirilli .... protools engineer (uncredited)
Tom Hardisty .... music scoring recordist (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Martin Alderdice .... picture vehicles: London (as Martin Aldbrice)
Phil Allchin .... transport coordinator: London
Maxime Couteret .... transport captain: France
Cain Lee .... transportation
Mark Oliver .... picture vehicles: London
Germain Robin .... driver
Alana Stelling .... transportation captain (as Alana Weathers)
Larry Stelling .... transportation coordinator (as Larry L. Stelling)
Jalal Aqdim .... picture car assistant coordinator: Paris (uncredited)
Bundy Chanock .... cast driver: San Francisco (uncredited)
Miambanzila Charles .... driver (uncredited)
L. Chip Crosby Jr. .... driver (uncredited)
Bobby Finn .... transportation (uncredited)
Charles Heidet .... picture car coordinator (uncredited)
Peter Herst .... unit driver (uncredited)
Paul Howitt .... facilities driver (uncredited)
Tony Jayes .... unit driver (uncredited)
Yann Jouannic .... transportation assistant: France (uncredited)
Francois Litou .... driver (uncredited)
Graeme Main .... camera car driver (uncredited)
Anthony J. Mignano .... driver (uncredited)
Steve Mitchard .... unit driver (uncredited)
Tony Power .... stand-by construction driver (uncredited)
Olivier Suffert .... driver: Paris (uncredited)
Alexandre Thiery .... driver: cast, France (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Sabbir Ahmed .... assistant accountant: London
Stephanie Barker .... unit nurse: London
Michael Beaudin .... accountant: UK, London
Danielle Bennett .... set production assistant: London (as Danni Bennett)
Agnes Bermejo .... production coordinator: France (as Agnes Bermejo Laine)
Mark Bosia .... set medic: San Francisco
Françoise Bouillon-Pommerolle .... production accountant: France (as Francoise Bouillon Pommerolle)
Mally Chung .... assistant location manager: London (as Malley Chung)
David Coupland .... office production assistant: London
Lucy Cover .... set production assistant: London
Tom Crooke .... unit location manager: London
Adam Cuthbert .... set staff assistant: San Francisco
Mark Davies .... security: London (as Mark 'Spike' Davis)
Tony X. Deale .... assistant: Mr. Moore
Robin Demetriou .... catering supervisor
Antonin Depardieu .... location manager: France
Erin Engman .... production coordinator: San Francisco
Larry Eydmann .... health and safety advisor: London
Hannah Godwin .... production coordinator: London
Kristin Gomez .... assistant accountant
Jason Gondek .... production accountant (as Jason S. Gondek)
Holly Hagy .... supervising production coordinator
Jeannette Harshbarger .... assistant accountant (as Jeannette Flores Harshbarger)
Ben Hope .... security: London
Nancy G. James .... craft service: San Francisco
Martin Joy .... location manager: London
Mark David Katchur .... production coordinator: Los Angeles
Tony Kerum .... caterer: San Francisco
Don Kincade .... set staff assistant (as Donald A. Kincade)
Elyse Klaits .... assistant: Ms. Kennedy
Jeffrey E. Kramer .... set staff assistant: San Francisco (as Jeff Kramer)
Kristie Macosko Krieger .... assistant: Mr. Spielberg
Austin Lapierre .... assistant production coordinator
Mable Lawson-McCrary .... script supervisor (as Mable Lawson McCrary)
Cain Lee .... facilities coordinator: London
Jessica Meier .... assistant: Mr. Lorenz
Patrick Mignano .... location manager: San Francisco (as Patrick O. Mignano)
Sharon Milton .... tutor: London
Peter Moody .... key assistant location manager: San Francisco
Paul Murphy .... assistant accountant: London
Declan O'Brien .... production secretary: London
Colin J. O'Hara .... assistant: Mr. Damon (as Colin O'Hara)
Justin Oberman .... staff assistant: San Francisco
Andrew Pyke .... assistant accountant: London
Mary T. Radford .... assistant: Mr. Marshall
Crystal Rainone .... script supervisor
Sandy Reed .... craft service: San Francisco
Ricci Pier Reinbold .... set staff assistant: San Francisco
Fairai Richmond .... key set production assistant
Terry Rigarlsford .... security: Mr. Damon, London
Matthew Riutta .... assistant location manager: San Francisco
Kristina Rivera .... assistant: Mr. Eastwood
Phoebe Rudomino .... assistant dive coordinator: London
Sarah Jean Selway .... base production assistant: London (as Sarah Brand)
Edwina Sercombe .... base production assistant: London
Dave Shaw .... dive coordinator: London
Karen Shaw .... production coordinator: San Francisco (as Karen E. Shaw)
Sam Smith .... set production assistant: London
Toby Spanton .... set production assistant: London
Michael Spearman .... security: Mr. Damon, San Francisco
Bertie Spiegelberg .... assistant production coordinator: London
Brian K. Stuart .... craft service: San Francisco
Kevin Tobias .... staff assistant (as Kevin Johnston)
Joel Tokarsky .... first assistant production accountant
Landon Trawny .... assistant accountant
Lucas Urgoiti .... staff assistant
Françoise Valentine .... underwater coordinator: London (as Francoise Valentine)
Jean-Paul Viguier .... designer: France television headquarters
Chuck Webb .... set staff assistant
Debi West .... assistant accountant
Ramsay Williams .... staff assistant
Debra A. Wilson .... staff assistant: San Francisco (as Deborah A. Wilson)
Philip Ball .... stand-in (uncredited)
Glenn Beadles .... assistant location manager: Hawaii (uncredited)
Ron Bottitta .... adr voice (uncredited)
Arnaud Boussac .... location facilities manager (uncredited)
Johnny Cicco .... stand-in: Mr. Damon (uncredited)
Ceci Cleary .... set location assistant (uncredited)
Mickaël Conan .... key office assistant (uncredited)
Akshay Desai .... location marshall: dailies (uncredited)
Alex Disdier .... stand-in: thierry neuvic (uncredited)
Sekani Doram .... runner (uncredited)
Charlotte Draper .... additional floor runner: London (uncredited)
Nicole K.L.N. Ebeo .... travel coordinator: Maui (uncredited)
Charlie Elson .... crowd production assistant (uncredited)
Dave Evans .... additional armorer (uncredited)
Emmanuel Fleury .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Alex Gavigan .... additional set runner (uncredited)
Alex Grasham .... floor runner: UK: dailies (uncredited)
Charlie Hayes .... location assistant: London (uncredited)
Jason Horwood .... stand-in (uncredited)
Pierre Hue .... production assistant (uncredited)
Steve Humphreys .... adr loop group (uncredited)
Lisa Lee Mitchell .... assistant production coordinator: Hawaii (uncredited)
Ossie Mair .... adr voice (uncredited)
Gabriel Mamruth .... payroll master (uncredited)
Jean David Marianne .... accounts production assistant: France (uncredited)
Mark D. Matthews .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Darin McCormick-Millett .... titles producer: PJF productions (uncredited)
Cara Miller .... production assistant: San Francisco (uncredited)
Frédéric Millet .... assistant production coordinator (uncredited)
Randy Mills .... e.p.k. shooter/editor (uncredited)
Christine Moarbes .... location assistant (uncredited)
Susan Monson .... stand-in: Bryce Dallas Howard (uncredited)
Mark Moquin .... location manager: Maui (uncredited)
Aaron Pelman .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Bill Phillips .... assistant accountant (uncredited)
Rita Rosenfeld .... production assistant: Maui (uncredited)
Nanw Rowlands .... crowd production assistant (uncredited)
Matthieu Röhrer .... production assistant (uncredited)
Joss Skottowe .... armourer: London (uncredited)
Michael Stapleton .... security (uncredited)
Jason Suhrke .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Timothee Talandier .... assistant location manager (uncredited)
Mathieu Turi .... additional set production assistant (uncredited)
Georgette Turner .... location assistant (uncredited)
Richard Wild .... weather consultant (uncredited)
 

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Rated PG-13 for mature thematic elements including disturbing disaster and accident images, and for brief strong language
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Argentina:13 | Australia:M | Brazil:12 | Canada:PG (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:G (Quebec) | Chile:Y7 | Finland:K-13 | Germany:12 | Ireland:12A | Japan:G | Malaysia:PG-13 | Norway:11 | Philippines:PG-13 (MTRCB) | Portugal:M/12 (Qualidade) | Singapore:PG | South Korea:12 | Sweden:11 | Switzerland:12 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:12 (canton of Vaud) | UK:12A | USA:PG-13 (certificate #46291)

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The outside scenes of the London Underground feature Liverpool St Station which is at the eastern edge of the City of London, with the signage digitally altered to make it appear to be Charing Cross. Charing Cross actually has only one above-ground entrance to the tube network, on Trafalgar Square just across from Nelson's Column.See more »
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Errors in geography: When Marie goes to the clinic to Switzerland, the mountain road is not in Switzerland but in France. The security sticks along the roads are French ones (white and red). The Swiss ones are white and black.See more »
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George Lonegan:I'm sorry, I'm losing him now. He's leaving. He wants to leave.
Marcus:No, Jase. Don't go. You can't.
[starts crying]
Marcus:Don't leave me. I don't wanna be here without you. Please, Jase, don't go. I miss you.
George Lonegan:Okay, he came back. He's here. He says if you're worried about being on your own, don't be. You're not. Because he is you and you are him. One cell. One person. Always.
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33 out of 47 people found the following review useful.
Incredibly intense, subtle masterpiece., 2 August 2011
Author: Dory_Darko from Netherlands

Clint Eastwood has once again proved himself to be a formidable director. The style and structure of storytelling used in Hereafter will not appeal to a large audience, but something tells me he knew this all too well but honestly, didn't care and rightfully so. Because let's face it, he can afford it and it's certainly a privilege he has earned. And with Hereafter, it seems that all Mr. Eastwood wants to do is share a story. A very beautiful one at that.

Hereafter is divided into three story lines, spread over three different countries. We have Matt Damon as a reluctant psychic in the United States, Cécile De France who plays a journalist in France and a young pair of twin brothers (Frankie and George McLaren) in England. All of these peoples' lives are in one way or another affected by different aspects of death, whether that be a near-death experience or the passing of someone very dear. Or, in Damons case, the ability to establish a certain connection with those who are no longer with us. Eastwood has decided on a particularly art house-like approach, which, like I mentioned earlier, will certainly back off a large amount of potential viewers. However, I personally very much appreciate his decision. He has obviously chosen not to make this some big, hyped-up monster movie about all things paranormal. Instead, Hereafter deals with its subject with great integrity and subtlety. Although, despite said subtlety, it features a few moments which are, by contrast, incredibly intense and shocking (in a non-scary way). In fact, I would even go so far as to say it is not for the faint of heart, but I mean that mostly in an emotional sense, rather than a spectacular one. On a side note, I would actually not recommend this film to anyone who has, in any way, shape or form been confronted with the 2004 tsunami, or even the London terrorist attacks. It might be really confronting, so be advised.

I personally think the film's rating of 6.7 is a bit low, but on the other hand I do somewhat understand why this film has not received the appreciation it deserves. Simply put, not everyone (actually, many people) will not understand it. It is a small story, for a small audience. Also, anyone watching this because they think it's all about Matt Damon will be somewhat deceived. I fully understand why they put his name and picture on the poster, since he is the only big name on the payroll. But this is really not 'his' film, he just plays a part in it. And he does it well, but the rest of the cast actually deserves a great deal of credit, because they are quite simply phenomenal. And I mean *all* of them. Cécile de France is really impressive, she plays her part with great dignity and empathy. She truly carries every scene she's in, and she will definitely do her country proud. Personally, I was most affected (both story- and acting wise) by the 'London segment' of the film. The story of the two young brothers is absolutely heartbreaking, and the McLaren boys do a superb job at translating this onto the screen. Anyone who doesn't at least feel a shudder of emotion when watching their story unfold, well... honestly doesn't have a lot of heart. I refuse to give away any plot points at all, other than what I already have. This is really the kind of story you just need to surrender to in order to really appreciate it. The pacing demands some patience, but if this is your kind of film it really won't be too much trouble and you will be greatly rewarded.

The way the story unfolds (the three-way structure, which doesn't come together until the very end), inevitably evokes comparison to 'Babel', but honestly, that one cost me a far greater deal of effort to sit through than Hereafter. But that is entirely personal of course, and the structure is really the only similarity between the two; the stories are completely different. And I also think Hereafter is actually far more accessible than Babel, despite its subject matter. The stories are told with such tenderness that it didn't actually bother me at all that they were three separate stories which, until the end, had nothing to do with each other. They all intrigued me in their own personal way.

Actually, I could go on and on...

It's been a long time since a film has really touched my heart, but this one has. I've been thinking about what rating I should give it, but honestly, I can't think of a single reason why I wouldn't give this film a 10. Hereafter is a film of true beauty, a real gem. Which, unfortunately, won't be understood by many people, but who knows... Perhaps someday, its time will come.

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