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Gregory Hatanaka (screenplay)
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Release Date:
7 January 2011 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)

Silvia Suvadová ... Katarina

Jesse Hlubik ... Ondrej

Nick Mancuso ... Pietro

Barry O'Rourke ... Bolo O' Braonain

Andrea Harrison ... Kylie

Garret Sato ... Liam

Bogdan Szumilas ... Dr. Sobeslav

Anastasia Fontaines ... Ms. Dora

Martin Harris ... Zbigniew (as Martin William Harris)
Tiffany Bowyer ... Helena
Shelli Merrill ... Annette

Edwin A. Santos ... Toru Von Karajan

Matthew Mahaney ... Detective Ichikawa

Mark Motyl ... Detective Simek

Luke Y. Thompson ... Facemask / Robot Harmon
Meryl Bush ... Anika

Shane Ryan ... Gustav

Kai Lanette ... Katya
Khayyam Kain ... Proteus
Reila Aphrodite ... Japanese Girl

Kiyomi Fukazawa ... Henna
Alexandra Bily ... Hanna

Alicia Arden ... Cara
Mayka Bily ... Libuse
Julia Carpenter ... Isadora
Leigh Davis ... Arielle

Paul Duke ... Fake Ploeg
Douglas Dunning ... Lee DeForest

Howard Fong ... Raymond Chow

Gregory Hatanaka ... Kancha Cheena
Precious Hilton ... The Baroness
Hope Angelica James ... Angela
Nadine Jenson ... Allison
Zoe Kenely ... Grace
Izabela Kurczewska ... Krystyna
Alicja Kozlowska ... Sridevi
Claudia Montano ... Blanca Guerra

Vanessa Rose Parker ... Cecille

Elisabetha Pejcinoska ... Carmen
Kylee Reese ... Phaedra
Dylan Reynolds ... Cop Kitano

Sherry Shaoling ... Dr. Tiana Chock

Michael Teh ... Jaromir
Fabrice Uzan ... Bruno
Tony T.L. Young ... Georgy
Marta Zolynska ... Tatjana
Barry Barnholtz ... Abel

DeeDee Bigelow ... Nicole
Rado Bily ... Jaromir
Pauline Cho ... Cindy
Robin Cho ... Leanna
Sherwood Chock ... Dr. Sherwood Chock
Dave Choe ... Ethan
Neva Cole ... Isabelle

Dante Dahabreh ... Archie
Claire Dames ... Athena
Timothy Davis ... Bhaktavar
David Dortch ... Detective Dunning
Maxim Esterkin ... Sergei
Shelley Hatanaka ... Nora Miao
Warren Hong ... Vijay Dinanath Chavan
Madla Hruza ... Vera
Pelé Kizy ... Jonathan
Kim Lukasik ... Molcik
Amber Mejia ... Faviola
Stephany Mejia ... Leticia
Francisco Javier Mejia ... Hector
Graciel Montano ... Maria
Rozie Yeghiazarian ... Courtney
Jeffrey David Wood ... Bar Patron (as Jeff Wood)
Amanda Anderson ... Paige

Tad Atkinson ... Jack Lawson
Thomas Bonifacio ... Prado
Benjamin R. Brown III ... Roscoe (as Benjamin Brown III)
Melvin Butters ... Torsten
Joseph Choe ... Ted
Isaac Choe ... Warren
Jasmine Jade ... Resmine
Andre Vaughn Gibson ... Pretentious Bar Guy
Ashley McGee ... Serena
Daniel R. Moss ... Thom

Michael Molthen ... Bobby
Gloria Mejia ... Zonia
Zackary Morad ... Anatoly
Marcel Montano ... Alejandro
Jevon Perra ... Master Killer
Boris Rajek ... Boris
Christopher Priga ... Molcik

Amber Jenkins ... Audience Girl
Ignacio Servin Jr. ... Jesus
Jermel Saunders ... Mr. Han

Lina So ... Jenny Lee
Ashmin Skye ... Tina
Tadeusz Torzecki ... Piotr
Sara Sun ... Georgia

Linda Tomassone ... Florida
Robert J. Wood ... Erich
Xiaojun Wang ... Bob Wall
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Aneliese Wynn ... Bar Patron (as Aneliese Roettger)

Directed by
Gregory Hatanaka 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Gregory Hatanaka  screenplay
Tony T.L. Young  screenplay

Produced by
James Avallone .... producer
Tiffany Bowyer .... producer
Marvin Cheng .... co-producer
Douglas Dunning .... producer
Eunseon Ha .... executive producer
Gregory Hatanaka .... producer
Precious Hilton .... producer
Warren Hong .... producer
Madla Hruza .... producer
Dylan Reynolds .... co-producer
Edwin A. Santos .... co-executive producer
Silvia Suvadová .... producer
Bogdan Szumilas .... producer
Clinton H. Wallace .... co-executive producer
Clinton H. Wallace .... producer
Kuy Yeav .... associate producer
Tony T.L. Young .... producer
Original Music by
Toshiyuki Hiraoka 
Cinematography by
James Avallone 
Spike Hasegawa 
Yasu Tanida 
Film Editing by
B.N. Lindstrom 
Production Design by
Madla Hruza 
Costume Design by
Madla Hruza 
Production Management
Tony T.L. Young .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dylan Reynolds .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Maui Holcomb .... sound re-recording mixer
Jeff Milne .... boom operator
Dylan Reynolds .... boom operator
Camera and Electrical Department
Ramzi Abed .... additional photography
Ramzi Abed .... camera operator
James Avallone .... key grip
Yasu Tanida .... camera operator
Clinton H. Wallace .... still photographer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jenny Leeser .... wardrobe supervisor
Other crew
Gregory Hatanaka .... vitaphone consultant
Warren Hong .... production assistant
Warren Hong .... special consultant
Warren Hong .... vitaphone consultant
Nick Shaver .... production assistant
Kuy Yeav .... production assistant
Kuy Yeav .... vitaphone consultant
Tony T.L. Young .... script supervisor
Tony T.L. Young .... vitaphone consultant

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129 min
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20 out of 24 people found the following review useful.
Weird for weirdness sake, 14 February 2011
Author: Travis Smith from United States

If you thought artsy fartsy was long and dead, look no further.

*Slight Spoilers...nothing containing to story*

Let me start by saying that the classical score I truly loved, the music is the only thing that got this two stars; however if I want beautiful music I could go and listen to some instead of sitting through a two hour wannabe art-house flick.

To let you know what you're getting into right off the bat, the film starts with an actual pig slaughter for no apparent reason...honestly three guys hold down a pig and cut it's throat, it struggles and squeals while it bleeds out; don't know how that got past PETA. Then we jump to multiple scenes of a man working on electronics while men and women are being orally satisfied in the background in the same room while he is seemingly unaware, oh we can't forget the male dominatrix in a bondage mask sitting in a chair wearing American flag pants watching the sexual festivities...also for no apparent reason. This same guy working on electronics is fully capable of speaking as seen in some scenes but most of the time he speaks with a small device that he types on reminiscent of paralysis victims...for no apparent reason. Much of the dialogue is done via silent film style black boxes after their lips move...such experimentation CAN BE creative and well fit in a good independent film, however in this it fits in with the rest of the film in being offbeat and odd for the sake of being offbeat and odd, aka for no apparent reason. Of course not ALL the dialogue is done this way, there's also numerous conversations in multiple languages; ah but that's too normal so of course it's not subtitled so the audience doesn't know what they're saying unless you speak four to five languages.

Then we get hit with random odd imagery and pointless flashbacks. Girl gets locked in a cage, he loves her so he makes her cage a little I painting a good picture here? This is one of those films that if there's anything to "get" the writer and director are the only ones, and they are one in the same here. Don't misunderstand, I like a "good" art-house indie film, I've seen a modern silent film dialogue box work, random imagery work, but this type of movie is where the term "artsy fartsy" came from; odd for the sake of being odd, the writer/director wants you to think you're missing something if you don't "get" it, to think he is just so "deep" that his concept of understanding is on a different level than yours. This coming from the writer/director of "Mad Cowgirl" and the studio of "Psycho Shark"...Psycho Shark actually sounds pretty good after watching this;)

If you want to experience the only redeeming thing about this flick buy the soundtrack.

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