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The Resident -- Juliet has found the perfect New York apartment to start her new life. But there are secrets behind every wall and terror in every room as Juliet gets the unnerving feeling that she is not alone.
The Resident -- When a young doctor suspects she may not be alone in her new Brooklyn loft, she learns that her landlord has formed a frightening obsession with her.
The Resident -- Clip: Max Touches Juliet
The Resident -- Interview: "Jeffrey Dean Morgan On Getting Attached To The Movie"
The Resident -- Clip: I Don't Get Much Company


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Writers (WGA):
Antti Jokinen (written by) &
Robert Orr (written by)
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Release Date:
24 February 2011 (Kuwait) See more »
She Thought She Was Living Alone
When a young doctor suspects she may not be alone in her new Brooklyn loft, she learns that her landlord has formed a frightening obsession with her. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Hilary Swank ... Dr. Juliet Devereau

Jeffrey Dean Morgan ... Max

Lee Pace ... Jack

Christopher Lee ... August

Aunjanue Ellis ... Sydney
Sean Rosales ... Carlos
Deborah Martinez ... Mrs. Portes
Sheila Ivy Traister ... ER Nurse (as Sheila Traister)
Michael Showers ... August ER Doctor

Nana Visitor ... Real Estate Agent

Arron Shiver ... Architect

Michael Badalucco ... Moving Man

Michael Massee ... Security Tech

Penny Balfour ... Drug Addict
Mark Morocco ... ER Surgeon (as Mark Vincent Morocco)
Veronica Hool ... Nurse Girl
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Steven Ray Byrd ... Paramedic (uncredited)
Skippy the Dog ... Amelie (uncredited)

Elli ... Rabbi Elli (uncredited)
Cliff Gravel ... E. R. Patient (uncredited)
Peggy Miley ... Mrs. Rosenbaum (uncredited)

Alexandria Morrow ... Art Model (uncredited)

Sandi K Shelby ... E.R. Doctor (uncredited)

Kisha Sierra ... Good Looking Girl (uncredited)

Directed by
Antti Jokinen  (as Antti J. Jokinen)
Writing credits
Antti Jokinen (written by) (as Antii J. Jokinen) &
Robert Orr (written by)

Produced by
Tobin Armbrust .... producer
Cary Brokaw .... producer
Alexander Yves Brunner .... executive producer (as Alex Brunner)
Guy East .... producer
Renny Harlin .... executive producer
Tom Lassally .... executive producer
Jillian Longnecker .... co-producer
Simon Oakes .... producer
Vicki Dee Rock .... co-producer
Nigel Sinclair .... executive producer
Hilary Swank .... executive producer
Original Music by
John Ottman 
Cinematography by
Guillermo Navarro (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Stuart Levy 
Bob Murawski 
Production Design by
J. Dennis Washington 
Art Direction by
Guy Barnes 
Set Decoration by
Wendy Ozols-Barnes 
Justin Scoppa Jr. (uncredited)
Costume Design by
Ann Roth 
Makeup Department
Vivian Baker .... makeup artist: Ms. Swank
Elizabeth Gallegos .... assistant hair stylist
Tony Gardner .... special makeup designer
Patricia Greer .... additional makeup artist
Blair Leonard .... makeup department head
Anne Morgan .... hair stylist: Ms. Swank
Ashlynne Padilla .... assistant makeup artist
Justin Raleigh .... special makeup effects artist
Scott Wheeler .... prosthetic makeup effects: W.M. Creations
Production Management
Anne Johns .... unit production manager
Lucille Smith .... production manager: New York
Tiffany Tiesiera .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
X. Sydney Ng .... dga trainee
Trish 'The Dish' Stanard .... second second assistant director
Jane Chase Wells .... second second assistant director
Adam Feil .... second assistant director: Additional Photography (uncredited)
Art Department
Brett Andrews .... assistant prop master
RA Arancio-Parrain .... leadman
Jesse Benson .... art director: additional photography
Mike Biskupski .... props: New York Unit
Denise Ciarcia .... property master: reshoots
Lisa Corradino .... on-set dresser
Dan Fitzgerald .... storyboard artist
Janine Palmieri Fletcher .... art department coordinator
Amy Giedraitis .... props
Linda R. Gore .... set dresser
Libbe Green .... art department coordinator
Richard Hurff .... carpenter
Ronald O. Jaynes .... construction coordinator
Amahl Lovato .... set designer
Ben Lowney .... property master
Nichole Miller .... painter
Wilhelm Pfau .... set decoration buyer
Billy W. Ray .... set decorations shopper/buyer (as Billy Ray)
Dennis Riewerts .... draper
Graham Robertson .... set dresser
Bret Ross .... leadman
Leonard Sanchez .... labor foreman
Loren Schoel .... art coordinator
Aaron Sims .... concept artist
Cisco Whitson-Brown .... set painter
Jon De Pabon .... paint boss: re-shoot (uncredited)
Sound Department
Ryan Collins .... assistant sound editor
Lara Dale .... foley artist
Chris David .... sound re-recording mixer
Brian Dunlop .... foley editor
David Esparza .... sound designer
Robert Jackson .... adr supervisor
Tim Limer .... sound recordist
Travis MacKay .... adr mixer
Tom Marks .... additional sound re-recording mixer
Tom Marks .... dialogue editor
Michael Miller .... adr mixer
Matthew Nicolay .... production sound mixer
Jan Petrov .... adr recordist
A. Josh Reinhardt .... foley mixer
Will Riley .... sound designer
Will Riley .... sound editor
Gabriel J. Serrano .... sound re-recording mixer
Paul P. Soucek .... sound editor
Callie Thurman .... assistant sound editor
Miles J.D. Vedder .... utility sound technician
James Wright .... dolby sound consultant (as Jim Wright)
Edwardo Santiago .... utility sound technician (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Werner Hahnlein .... special effects coordinator
Renee Moore .... special effects technician
Koji Ohmura .... special makeup effects: W.M. Creations
Mike Prawitz .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Amy Hollywood Wixson .... senior visual effects producer
Cyryl Koshyk .... visual effects coordinator (as Ciril Koshyk)
Darren Orr .... visual effects supervisor: SPY
Schuyler Pappas .... visual effects coordinator: SPY
Jacob Chambers .... stunt double: Lee Pace
Deborah L. Mazor .... stunt double: Hilary Swank
John Robotham .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Greg Argarin .... best boy electric
Liza Bambenek .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Nick Behrmann .... rigging electrician
Chip Byrd .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Erick Castillo .... camera loader
Joe Chess .... camera operator: "a" camera
Joe Chess .... steadicam operator
Jacob Cottrell .... dimmer operator
Lamont Crawford .... dolly grip: New York
Morgan Davis .... grip
Andrew Engert .... electrician: New York
Harland Espeset .... grip
Tyler Fletcher .... video assist operator
John Gorman .... lighting technician
Timothy James Kane .... first assistant camera
Kurt Kornemann .... best boy grip
Nikki LeBlanc .... rigging best boy
David Lee .... gaffer
Jason Linebaugh .... lighting technician
Mark Mele .... chief rigging electrician
Dave Midthunder .... rigging grip
Lea E. Miller .... grip
David Jaxx Nagro .... dolly grip
Jeremy Antonio Oliver .... gaffer: second unit
Jeremy Antonio Oliver .... lighting technician
Lorey Sebastian .... still photographer
Mark Steinig .... key rigging grip
Rick Stribling .... key grip
Paige Thomas .... camera operator
Jorn Vylonis .... electrician
Jorn Vylonis .... rigging electrician
Scott Wetzel .... video assist
Animation Department
Ted Boonthanakit .... storyboard artist
Casting Department
Matthew Barry .... casting: Los Angeles
Jo Edna Boldin .... casting: New Mexico
Judy Cook .... casting associate: Los Angeles
Elizabeth Gabel .... extras casting
Nancy Green-Keyes .... casting: Los Angeles
Marie A. Kohl .... casting associate: New Mexico (as Marie Kohl)
Hannah Macpherson .... casting associate: New Mexico
Costume and Wardrobe Department
John Deering .... set costumer
Yulia Gershenzon .... costumer: Hilary Swank
Kortney Lawlor .... set costumer: NY unit
Brandy Marrs .... wardrobe assistant
Nancy Molleur .... key tailor
Daniela Moore .... costume supervisor
Frank Trotta Jr. .... costume production co-ordinator
Lauren Warkentien .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Tony Bacigalupi .... additional editor
Philip Beckner .... on-line editor
John Daro .... digital intermediate colorist
Paul Lavoie .... digital post-production manager
Christine Park .... first assistant editor
Bill Schultz .... digital intermediate executive
Kay Sievert .... colorist: dailies
Christos Voutsinas .... post-production assistant
Music Department
Michelle Belcher .... music supervisor
Joseph Bonn .... music editor
Joseph Bonn .... music scoring mixer
Jason Livesay .... conductor
Jason Livesay .... orchestrator
Jason Livesay .... scoring engineer
Nolan Livesay .... conductor
Nolan Livesay .... orchestrator
Nolan Livesay .... scoring engineer
Philip Moross .... executive music producer
Edwin Wendler .... additional arrangements
Evan Monheit .... additional arrangements (uncredited)
Ray Reinebach .... musician: violin (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Mark Dometrovich .... transportation captain
James William Ray .... driver
Patrick A. Reynolds Jr. .... transportation coordinator
Gabe Turiello .... camera car process trailer driver
Other crew
Monika Agorelius .... additional epk
Steve Aguino .... location assistant
Jean-Raphael Ambron .... production assistant
Pamela Bertini .... production coordinator: New York
Kristen Blodget .... travel coordinator
Zoe Bower .... post facilities manager
Cristal Calderon .... production assistant
Ellen Athena Catsikeas .... location manager: New York
Joann Connolly .... set production assistant
Adam J. Cook .... production assistant
Rob Corlew .... production coordinator
Jaimie Councilor .... animal trainer (as Jamie Councilor)
Trevor Daniel .... production assistant
Tana David .... post facilities coordinator
Dennis Davidson .... publicity: DDA Public Relations
Tomas Deckaj .... key set production assistant: New York (as Tomas 'Dutch' Deckaj)
Katherine DeJesus .... first assistant accountant: New York
Leandro Di Salvo .... stand-in: Mr. Morgan
Dave Dorn .... assistant craft service
Claire Doré .... animal trainer: Gentle Jungle (as Claire Dore)
Glenn D. Feig .... production legal counsel
Daniel Fisch .... set production assistant
Sara Jo Fischer .... assistant: Mr. Jokinen
Lucas Francy .... production assistant
Jackie Fuchs .... vice president of business and legal affairs: Exclusive Media Group and Hammer Films
Dominic Garcia .... production assistant
Pamela Godfrey .... publicity: DDA Public Relations
Adrienne L. Graves .... accounting clerk (as Adrienne Graves)
Jenny Halper .... production assistant: New York (as Jenny S. Helper)
Jason Hariton .... studio stage manager
Tracey Harmon .... stand-in: Ms. Swank
Julie Harris .... assistant: Mr. Sinclair
Scott Herrick .... first assistant accountant
Ben Holden .... creative executive: Exclusive Media Group and Hammer Films
Jean E. Jacobson .... payroll accountant (as Jean Jacobson)
Aliza James .... assistant: Mr. Oakes
Allison Jandreau-Heil .... key craft service
Susan Kaufman .... production legal counsel
Stefan Kende .... production assistant
Melanie Kirschbaum .... assistant: Mr. Brunner
Brandon O'Neil Leonard .... set production assistant (as Brandon Leonard)
Adam Lewin .... assistant: Mr. Brunner
Barbara Long .... production accountant
Michelle Lorr .... assistant craft service
Jennifer Mancuso .... assistant production coordinator
Harrison Marcus .... stage manager: Albuquerque Studios
Theresa Marsh .... production accountant: New York
Karoliina Martikainen .... assistant: Mr. Jokinen (as Karolina Martikainen)
Gary Martyn .... assistant production coordinator: New York
Andy Mayson .... chief financial officer: Exclusive Media Group
Michael McGrail .... location assistant: New York
Fred Mirahmadi .... cook assistant (as Freddy Mirahmadi)
Grant Mitchell .... chef: Deluxe Catering
Elizabeth Muir .... assistant: Mr. Armbrust
Jonathan Page .... stage manager: Albuquerque Studios
Hilton Clay Peres .... location manager (as Clay Peres)
Michelle Petrulio .... cook assistant
J. Tom Pogue .... production assistant: New York
Ashley Ready .... assistant: Mr. Armbrust (as Ashley Davis)
Emily Rice .... post-production accountant
Marc Schipper .... chief operating officer: Exclusive Media Group
Loren Schoel .... assistant location manager
Alec Schwimmer .... assistant: Ms. Longnecker
Jake Seidler .... assistant: Mr. Jokinen
Natasha Shumny .... post facilities coordinator
Dimitris Soukos .... location unit assistant: New York
Mitch Spacone .... system support: FotoKem
Kate Stephenson .... assistant: Mr. Oakes
Alie Stone .... assistant: Mr. Brokaw
Amanda Sutton .... post production payroll accountant
Robert Vertrees .... production assistant
Shannon Walker Cohen .... assistant: Ms. Swank (as Shannon Walker)
Bill Waltman .... production services: Albuquerque Studios
Douglas Weerts .... cook assistant
Mollie Kimball Whitson .... production assistant
James Wilkerson .... location assistant
Dana Wilkey .... product placement: Adwil Agency
Kate Buckley .... personal thanks
Peter Dekom .... personal thanks
Rob Gomez .... personal thanks
Don Gordon .... personal thanks
Peter D. Graves .... personal thanks
Lance Hool .... personal thanks
Paavo Jokinen .... personal thanks
Christopher Lee .... personal thanks
Josh Lieberman .... personal thanks
Tony Lipp .... personal thanks
Sonny Mallhi .... personal thanks
Cora Palfrey .... with thanks
Teresa Peters .... personal thanks
Nick Reed .... personal thanks
Jason Weinberg .... personal thanks

Production CompaniesDistributorsSpecial Effects
  • W.M. Creations (prosthetic makeup) (as WM Creations)
  • Spy (visual effects) (as Spy, a FotoKem company)
  • Kroma (visual effects)
  • Alterian (prosthetics) (uncredited)
Other Companies

Additional Details

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Rated R for violence, language and brief sexuality/nudity
91 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Some scenes, that were in the original script but weren't filmed during principal photography for budget reasons, were shot in April 2010.See more »
Crew or equipment visible: When Jack is carrying groceries into the kitchen, you can see the cameraman's reflection in the window.See more »
[first lines]
Juliet Devereau:[receiving ER patient] Okay. We're going to intubate this guy and fix the hole in his heart.
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Movie Connections:
References "Rocky and His Friends" (1959)See more »
Double Dare YouSee more »


Why does the movie rewind back to the beginning of the film?
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Why does Juliet drug herself again when she running away from the stalker?
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13 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
Somebody likes your toothbrush, 12 June 2011
Author: TheHrunting from United States

This is a American shot thriller from a Finnish director and put out by the recently revived Hammer Film--yep, the British production company known for its atmospheric horrors. "The Resident" gives nods to "Single White Female," "One Hour Photo" and "Fatal Attraction," where it's a dark tale of infatuation that builds and builds into a roaring obsession due to an object of desire that's out of physical reach.

Some look for specific qualities or rewards in relationships than others, such as a momentary bit of comfort, physical release or warmth and security. There's a middle ground where you both meet in agreement, yet there are those that want things to fall specifically in place and only go the way they want them to. There's going to be zero compromise with those aggressively tuned people, just a one track freight train of a strong personality and another unsuspecting person caught frozen on the tracks.

A woman named Juliet, played by Hilary Swank, is looking for an apartment after hitting a rough spot. She works by day as a doctor and after living in her new residence for a short while she's being watched with a privy eye at night. This has a few unsettling moments, as the watcher slowly works themselves up to get close enough to know what the bristles of her toothbrush feel like, as well as the brand of her undergarments. There's no real surprise as to who it is as there's only four main characters shown and three of them quickly seem unlikely. The filmmakers realized about a third of the way in and dropped the whole mystery element in order to escalate the encroaching visits in first person to Juliet's apartment. If it wasn't predictable enough, she eventually starts to suspect something's amiss and decides to take matters into her own hands in order to figure out the truth about what's going bump at night and why she feels so weird in the morning. Though the closer she gets, it causes the person to step out from the shadows for a finale that wraps up somewhat abruptly.

"The Resident" has a formula that's been done before with films that deal with unabated fixations that lead to stalking and voyeurism. This was a common template for slasher films, though this is definitely missing the gore and guts, but intact is the cinematic thrills. This does take it another step further with a few memorable scenes that push things over the top even if it mostly hints at them without actually revealing them head-on in explicit detail. That seems to be the main purpose: to show some suspenseful scenes and to cut and paste characters into scenarios in order to make that happen, as the story itself felt straightforward and ultimately inevitable. This might be effective towards creeping out your squeamish girlfriend, as it gives paranoid thought to sleeping alone and putting blind trust into strangers, otherwise there's not a whole lot of substance here to mine or to come back to for replay value. (Also submitted on

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