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Stone -- Academy-Award-winner Robert De Niro and Academy-Award-nominee Edward Norton deliver powerful performances as a seasoned corrections official and a scheming inmate whose lives become dangerously intertwined in this thought-provoking drama.
Stone -- A convicted arsonist looks to manipulate a parole officer into a plan to secure his parole by placing his beautiful wife in the lawman's path.
Stone -- Clip: I'm Stonie's Wife
Stone -- Interview: "Frances Conroy On How Her Relationship With Jack Changes"
Stone -- A convicted arsonist looks to manipulate a parole officer into a plan to secure his parole by placing his beautiful wife in the lawman's path.


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Writer (WGA):
Angus MacLachlan (written by)
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Robert De Niro ... Jack

Edward Norton ... Stone

Milla Jovovich ... Lucetta

Frances Conroy ... Madylyn

Enver Gjokaj ... Young Jack

Pepper Binkley ... Young Madylyn

Sandra Love Aldridge ... Miss Dickerson
Greg Trzaskoma ... Guard Peters

Rachel Loiselle ... Candace
Kylie Tarnopol ... Young Candace
Bailey Tarnopol ... Young Candace
Madison Tarnopol ... Young Candace

Peter Gray Lewis ... Warden (as Peter Lewis)

Sarab Kamoo ... Janice
Richard Murphy ... Guard #1

Richard Goteri ... Guard #2 (as Rich Goteri)

Big Ron Lyons ... Guard #3 (as Ron Lyons)
David A. Hendricks ... Pastor (as Dave Hendricks)
Wayne David Parker ... Frank (as David Wayne Parker)
Madeline Loiselle ... Lead Teacher Amanda

Linda Boston ... Lead Teacher
Jan Cartwright ... Neighbor #1 / Madelyn's Friend #1
Wallace Bridges ... Police Captain
James Oscar Lee ... Sincere Inmate #1
Marcus Sailor ... Sincere Inmate #2
Brian Peters ... Inmate #1 / Teach
David Strohschein ... Inmate #2
Jason Waugh ... Inmate #3
Lamont Bell ... Inmate #4

John Bostic ... Inmate #5
Jordyn Thomas ... Child
Rory Mallon ... Walters
Trudy Mason ... Bobby's Widow

Sammy A. Publes ... Liquor Store Owner (as Sammy Publes)

Tevis R. Marcum ... Lucetta's Man #1 (as Tevis Marcum)

Jonathan Stanley ... Lucetta's Man #2
Rod McIntosh ... Lucetta's Man #3
Jane Burkey ... Madylyn's Friend #2
Connie Cowper ... Madylyn's Friend #3
Bonnie Clevering ... Madylyn's Friend #4
John 'Punch' Lewis ... Black Inmate (as John Lewis)

Chris Nolte ... White Power Inmate #1

Tobiasz Daszkiewicz ... White Power Inmate #2
Troy Coulon ... Ex-Con
Mike Shreeman ... Larry

Thomas D. Mahard ... Some Guy (as Thomas Mahard)
Kitty Joy Schur ... Girl

Tom Lowell ... Infirmary Guard

Banzai Vitale ... ND Driver (as Bonzai Vitale)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ron Causey ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Nesti Gee ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Linda Linsley ... Church Lady (uncredited)
Antonio L. Miller ... Tower Guard (uncredited)
Gary L. Minix ... Inmate in Yard (uncredited)
Steven Schoolmeesters ... Parole Board Member (uncredited)
Joseph Victor ... Prison Inmate #084028 (uncredited)

Directed by
John Curran 
Writing credits
Angus MacLachlan (written by)

Produced by
René Besson .... executive producer
Ed Cathell III .... co-producer (as Edward Cathell III)
Danny Dimbort .... executive producer
Jake Hoffman .... associate producer
Cat Lake .... associate producer
Avi Lerner .... executive producer
Lauren Mann .... associate producer
David Mimran .... producer
Jordan Schur .... producer
Trevor Short .... executive producer
Holly Wiersma .... producer
Cinematography by
Maryse Alberti (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Alexandre de Franceschi 
Casting by
Laura Rosenthal 
Liz Dean (uncredited)
Production Design by
Tim Grimes 
Art Direction by
Kerry Sanders 
Set Decoration by
James V. Kent  (as James V Kent)
Costume Design by
Victoria Farrell  (as Vicki Farrell)
Makeup Department
Steven E. Anderson .... makeup artist: Mr. Norton (as Steven Anderson)
Ellen Arden .... key makeup artist
Bonnie Clevering .... department head hair stylist
Bonnie Clevering .... hair stylist: Mr. Norton
Elizabeth Colburn .... makeup department head
Kevin J Edwards .... additional hair stylist (as Kevin Edwards)
Todd Kleitsch .... makeup artist: Mr. De Niro
Rita Parillo .... hair department head
Sacha Quarles .... hair stylist: Mr. De Niro
Production Management
René Besson .... executive in charge of production: Millennium Films
Ed Cathell III .... unit production manager
Todd Gilbert .... executive in charge of post-production: Millennium Films
Joseph Lobato .... post-production manager
Sarah Parker .... post-production supervisor (as Sarah R. Parker)
Stacy Parker .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Alexander H. Gayner .... first assistant director
Todd Havern .... second second assistant director
Emily McGovern .... second assistant director
Art Department
Kurt Braun .... set dresser
David Brayman .... construction foreman
Jason Breitzman .... graphic artist
Paulo Ceasar .... art intern
Daniel Fisher .... property master
Kemper Harris .... property assistant
Calvin Hazelbaker .... set dresser
Steve Hull .... construction coordinator
Kate J. Kogelman .... paint foreman (as Kate Kogelman)
David Kozlowski .... stand-by painter
Jonathan Lurie .... lead scenic
Keith Allan Miller .... set dresser (as Keith Miller)
Andriy Pereklita .... assistant property master
Brendt Rioux .... art production assistant
Jessica Ripka .... art department coordinator
Kathleen A. Runey .... head painter (as Kathleen Runey)
Mark Sanger .... on-set dresser
Michelle Sherwood .... property master
Brad Smith .... storyboard artist
Kenneth Stanley .... construction gang boss
Jil Szewski .... art production assistant
Scott Troha .... leadman
Selina van den Brink .... set decorator buyer (as Selina Vandenbrink)
David Vanhorn .... set dresser
James Wright .... carpenter
Judith Ivanyi .... set painter (uncredited)
Braun Keith .... set dresser (uncredited)
Robert Ludemann .... graphic designer (uncredited)
Tom Sparkman .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Sound Department
David Bach .... dialogue editor
Phil Barrie .... foley editor
Joel Dougherty .... sound effects editor
David Lee Fein .... foley artist
Eugene Gearty .... sound designer
Eugene Gearty .... supervising sound editor
Hilda Hodges .... foley artist
David Jobe .... foley mixer
Christopher S.P. Jones .... utility sound (as Christopher Jones)
Skip Lievsay .... re-recording mixer
Skip Lievsay .... supervising sound editor
Jay Meagher .... sound mixer
Thomas J. O'Connell .... adr mixer
Randy Pease .... boom operator
Byron Wilson .... adr editor
Peter Buccellato .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Patrick Christensen .... adr engineer (uncredited)
Ryan Young .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Don Parsons .... special effects technician
Dean Tyrrell .... special effects foreman
Robert Tyrrell .... special effects technician
Russell Tyrrell .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Peter Berky .... creative lead: Identity Studios, Budapest
Attila Csepy .... 3d artist: Identity Studios, Budapest (as Attila Csepi)
Andrea Grosz .... production assistant: Identity Studios, Budapest
Robert Lovy .... producer: Identity Studios, Budapest
Ajoy Mani .... visual effects supervisor
David Van Woert .... producer: Identity Studios, Los Angeles (as David Scott Van Woert)
Leo Vezzali .... compositing supervisor: Identity Studios, Los Angeles
Leo Vezzali .... producer: Identity Studios, Los Angeles
Andor Záhonyi .... lead compositor: Identity Studios, Budapest (as Andor Zahonyi)
Norbert Fuchs .... 3d artist (uncredited)
Dénes Molnár .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Miklós Polgár .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
James Fierro .... stunt safety #2 (as Jim Pierro)
Marie Fink .... stunt double: Ms. Conroy
Rick Le Fevour .... stunt coordinator (as Rick LeFevour)
Tom Lowell .... stunt double: Mr. De Niro
Daniel Maldonado .... fire safety (as Dan Maldonado)
Jeff Shannon .... stunt double: Mr. Norton
Tobiasz Daszkiewicz .... stunts (uncredited)
Chris Nolte .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Banzai Vitale .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark David Adler .... video assist (as Mark Adler)
K.C. Bartos .... rigging best boy electric (as Kenneth 'KC' Bartos)
Ron Batzdorff .... still photographer
Carl Blair .... rigging electrician
Gary Brock .... rigging electrician
Paul Budgen .... rigging best boy grip
Jesse Cecchini .... additional grip
Tom Cornell .... rigging key grip
Tommy Daguanno .... dolly grip (as Tom Daguanno)
Mike Dzialowski .... first assistant camera (as Michael Dzialowski)
William Eichler .... steadicam operator (as Wil Eichler)
Brad Fanfalone .... second assistant camera: "b" camera (as Bradford Fanfalone)
Kenneth Ferguson .... lamp operator (as Ken Ferguson)
Steven Fierberg .... interim director of photography (as Stephen Fierberg)
Vincent Foeillet .... camera operator: "a" camera
Bob Foster .... additional camera operator
Brouke Franklin .... additional camera first operator
Nickolas Gilbert .... camera loader (as Nick Gilbert)
Mike Hampton .... 24 frame playback
Gregg Horvath .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
John C. Johnson .... additional grip
Brian Kelly .... rigging electrician
Kenny Kondratko .... additional grip (as Ken Kondratko)
Chris Lombardozzi .... best boy electric
Gary Martone .... key grip
Joe Miller .... best boy grip
Patrick O'Dea .... generator operator
Todd 'Chin' Piepenbrok .... rigging gaffer (as Chin Piepenbrok)
John Pingry .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Trevor Rios .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Chris Ritter .... electrician (as Christopher J. Ritter)
Jim Rogers .... rigging electrician
Lawrence Root .... generator operator
David Skutch .... chief lighting technician
John Wendling .... lamp operator
Matt Mosher .... director of photography: EPK (uncredited)
Lon Stratton .... camera operator: aerial (uncredited)
Casting Department
Rose Gilpin .... casting: Michigan
Carrie Ray .... casting: Michigan
Kathy Remski .... casting: Michigan
Maribeth Fox .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Rory Schleifstein .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
May Azzow .... key set costumer (as May McClurg)
Cynthia Bond .... tailor/seamstress
Brittany Gilpin .... costume production assistant
Michelle Hutchins .... costumer
Iris Horta Lemos .... costumer: Mr. De Niro (as Iris Lemos)
Pinky Mahle .... additional costumer
Tamara Menear .... assistant: Ms. Farrell
Paige Miller .... costume production assistant
Amanda Vinopal .... costume supervisor (as Amanda Scholl)
Grace Ryung Kim .... tailor (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Matt Blackshear .... digital intermediate finishing artist (as Matthew Blackshear)
Michael Cioni .... digital intermediate supervisor
Katie Fellion .... digital intermediate supervisor
Lara Ford .... editorial manager: Australia
Peter Gahan .... assistant editor: Los Angeles
Paul Geffre .... post producer
Brian Hayashi .... post-production intern
Louise Kan .... first assistant editor: Australia
Mark T. Osborne .... digital intermediate colorist (as Mark Todd Osborne)
Dana Osterman .... post-production assistant
Chris Peariso .... digital media engineer
Cherry Porter .... second assistant editor: Australia
Paul Rehder .... finishing editor
Oscar Velasquez .... post-production assistant
Frederick Wardell .... additional editor
Rob Randall .... colorist: dailies (uncredited)
Lance Spindler .... color timer (uncredited)
Music Department
Selena Arizanovic .... music supervisor
Eric Cadieux .... pro tools editing (as Eric Caudieux)
Eric Cadieux .... score recorded by (as Eric Caudieux)
Greg Koller .... score mixer
Greg Koller .... score recorded by
Jim Schultz .... supervising music editor
Erich Stratmann .... music editor
Patrick Spain .... assistant scoring engineer (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Archie Bane .... driver
Anthony Belmonte .... transportation captain
Mike Bilkovic .... fuel truck driver (as Michael Bilkovic)
Mike Bilkovic .... mechanic (as Michael Bilkovic)
Michael J. Geldmacher Jr. .... driver (as Michael Geldmacher Jr.)
Denis Giffen .... driver
William F. Hogan .... transportation coordinator (as Billy Hogan)
Andrew Kelly .... driver
Kimmie Knudsen .... star driver: Mr. De Niro
Kurt Knudsen .... star driver: Mr. Norton
Joseph F. Martucci .... driver (as Joseph Martucci)
John J. Meehan .... driver (as John Meehan Jr.)
Tom Mohan .... van driver
Franco Rea .... driver
Darren Reid .... driver
Ernest Sanders .... trailer: Mr. De Niro (as Ernest Sanders Jr.)
Timothy Schewee .... captain: Detroit
William Searles .... driver (as Bill Searles)
Robert Shaw .... driver
Patrick Stephenson .... driver
Ken Stevens .... van driver (as Kenneth Stevens)
Matthew Trombley .... driver
Victor Venegas .... van driver
Robert'Bob'Rice Sr. .... driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Jeff L. Anderson .... production coordinator
Richard 'Rick' Bobier .... stand-in: Mr. De Niro
Adam Boor .... location scout
Devon Boyd .... senior vice president of finance: Millennium Films
Melissa Bradac .... set production assistant
Michele Campbell .... assistant: Mr. Curran (as Michelle Campbell)
Todd F. Campbell .... office production assistant (as Todd Campbell)
Dru Anne Carlson .... script supervisor (as Druann Carlson)
Eric Carlson .... craft service: Michigan Crafty
Peter Cioni .... finance
Daniel B. Cone .... assistant: Mr. De Niro (as Dan Cone)
George Constas .... assistant location manager
Christina Cooper .... office production assistant (as Christina Schmidt)
Alexandre Coscas .... assistant: Mr. Lerner
Annie Domingo .... senior accountant: Millennium Films
Stacey Dugliss-Wesselman .... assistant: Mr. Mimran, Minran Schur Pictures
Rick Eyler .... business and legal affairs: Millennium Films
Michelle Flevotomas .... set production assistant
Brian D. Flynn .... location intern (as Brian Flynn)
Will French .... executive in charge of production financing: Film Production Capitol
Dan Gearig .... caterer: Chow Catering
Tony Goodrich .... chef: Chow Catering
Eric Green .... marketing and publicity: Millennium Films
David Halagarda .... production secretary
Dan Harvey .... physical trainer: Mr. De Niro
Jake Hoffman .... creative executive: Mimran Schur Pictures
Tom Jacob .... location manager
Cat Lake .... creative executive: Mimran Schur Pictures
Alan J. Lam .... production controller (as Alan Lam)
Jessamyn Land .... set production assistant
Robert A. Levine .... publicist (as Robert Levine)
Dennis Loring .... payroll accountant
Joan Mao .... assistant: Mr. Davidson
Lisa McNeil .... script supervisor
Scott Meier .... set production assistant
Valerie Meloche .... accounting clerk (as Valerine Meloche)
Christian Mercuri .... president of international sales and distribution: Millennium Films
Paige Miller .... office production assistant
Travis Mitchell .... post production accountant
Erin O'Brien .... medic: construction
Michael O'Brien .... on set medic
Brandon Park .... assistant to Ms. Wiersma
David Patton .... general manager: Mimran Schur Pictures
Kurt Peters .... caterer: Chow Catering
Lauren Pettit .... assistant: Mr. Schur, Mimran Schur Pictures
Regina Pionk .... craft service assistant: Michigan Crafty
Lonnie Ramati .... production business affairs
James Relich .... intern
Glenda G. Roberts .... craft service assistant: Michigan Crafty
Stephen Roberts .... executive in charge of production financing: Film Production Capitol (as Steve Roberts)
Jason Roby .... set production assistant
Tina Rosen .... executive vice president accounting: Millennium Films
Gustavo Santana .... banking: Millennium Films
Avivah Sharon .... travel agent: New Act Travel (as Aviva Sharon)
Andrew C. Smith .... office production assistant (as Andrew Smith)
Patricia Stanley .... accounts payable: Millennium Films
Adrienne Swan .... assistant accountant
George Sweney .... production accountant
Ray Tamayo .... corporate accounting: Millennium Films
Silvana Tropea .... assistant: Mr. Norton
Geoff Wehner .... assistant: Ms. Jovovich (as Geoffrey Wehner)
Julie Weisel .... post production accounting: Millennium Films
Bradley Weiss .... human resources: Millennium Films
Natalie Williams .... location intern
Jeff Begun .... production consultant (uncredited)
Robert C. Bonnell .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Dama Claire .... production consultant (uncredited)
Don Cochran .... stand-in (uncredited)
Claude Forest .... insurance broker (uncredited)
Sezen Kayhan .... production intern (uncredited)
Nick McMahon .... helicopter pilot: aerial filming (uncredited)
Gina Nalli .... production assistant (uncredited)
Karen S. Neasi .... product placement (uncredited)
Rouslan Ovtcharoff .... production associate (uncredited)
Annie Savage .... adr voice (uncredited)
Anna Gand Sislyan .... financial analyst (uncredited)
Daniel Villagomez .... business & legal affairs (uncredited)
Chris Ward .... epk co-producer (uncredited)
Aisling Warren .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Tony Macaluso .... special thanks
Gordon McLane .... special thanks: consultant to Mr. De Niro
Joel Schur .... special thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated R for strong sexuality and violence, and pervasive language
105 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Argentina:13 | Australia:MA | Canada:18A (Alberta/Ontario) | Canada:14A (British Columbia/Manitoba) | Germany:16 | Japan:R15+ | Malaysia:18 | Netherlands:12 | Philippines:R-13 (MTRCB) | Portugal:M/16 | Singapore:M18 | South Korea:18 | UK:15 | USA:R (certificate #45597)

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The prison scenes were filmed at the State Prison of Southern Michigan. At one time this was the world's largest walled prison. Since its closure the site has become a popular filming venue, having also served as the prison location for Tony Goldwyn's Conviction (2010/II).See more »
[first lines]
Young Madylyn:Look at me.
Young Jack:Hmm?
Young Madylyn:I'm not standing for this.
Young Jack:Say what?
Young Madylyn:You keep my soul in a dungeon. I'm leaving.
Young Jack:[runs up the stairs, grabs his daughter out of bed, and holds her out the window] If you leave me, I'll throw her.
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88 out of 140 people found the following review useful.
An interesting film, grows on you, 23 October 2010
Author: economically_deficient from Kuwait

Going to the theater, my expectations of "Stone" were rather typical of any thriller produced nowadays. Reading the (somewhat misleading) synopsis and looking through the cast, I couldn't set my hopes up to anything far beyond "ordinary thriller with a decent cast that probably won't outdo a potentially blunt story".

Keep in mind: this is NOT a thriller, at least in the conventional sense of the word. It's a heavy drama with extremely minimal undertones of suspense.

The basis of the story is quite simple (read the synopsis), but the majority of the film's focus is in its character study. This is where the actors seriously shine. That seems to be the issue with most of the negative responses the film received. Yes, it is slow paced. Yes, there's a lot of religious jargon thrown around. Yes, it is quite the anti-climactic film. But isn't that the point? De Niro, who I haven't seen in anything memorable after Jackie Brown (okay, I'll exclude The Good Shepherd), is marvelous as the underplayed Jack Mabrey. The subtle nuances he gives to a character so burned out of work, marriage -sidenote: Frances Conroy was amazing-, and life in general (the speech he gives at his brother's funeral in the beginning comes to mind) are nothing short of astonishing. I can't stress on how great the performance was, De Niro has definitely gone back on track.

Edward Norton is equally terrific. I could go on and on about his perfect use of mannerisms, facial gestures, and especially the accent to formulate an interesting character. What I found interesting, and fortunately detracted any notions of the film being one-sided religious crap, was the contrast between Jack and Stone's religious beliefs/endeavors; Mabrey, for instance, sitting in the porch with his disturbingly delusional wife, discussing religion and the existence of God, while shunning its very purpose during situations of danger and conflict (the seduction, and another scene towards the end which I won't spoil). Stone, on the other hand, a misguided delinquent with strange views of death, forms an epiphany on the purpose of his existence at a more realistic - another good word is unconstitutional - level during his stay in prison, confusing the hell out of everyone due to his inability of expressing it on a more intellectual basis. This probably makes one very lucky case of ignorance being bliss.

The biggest surprise, however, was Milla Jovovich. I honestly did not see that coming from her at all. Her previous attempt in handling a serious role in ".45" only came off as an attempt, with clunky overacting that I guess can be forgiven due to the frigging horrible writing and direction of that film. But she does extremely well here as Stone's wife, the sexy seductress with a personally agonizing struggle of commitment. With her loyalty to Stone becoming blurred through the sexual encounters with other men and her general flirtatious attitude, it was mesmerizing to see Jovovich pull it off so well. She was simply dynamic in this film.

As the credits started rolling, I could hear many people in the theater ranting about how their time has been wasted. Lots of "what the hell?" came up, too. I'll admit that it came off as a surprise to how it just abruptly ended, but I eventually managed to appreciate the artistic integrity of the film. One reviewer here commented: "Stone is well acted. So what? Do you go to the movies to see good acting class exercises?" I can't put myself to agree with this, the film's got far more that just "acting class exercises". It is a sharply written, well directed film that I plan on watching again.

It sure got me thinking, and that seems to be what many others don't expect anymore.

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