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Catherine Trieschmann (screenplay)
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One town. One life. One wrong turn.
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  (in credits order)

Directed by
Gaby Dellal 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Leslie Schwartz  novel
Catherine Trieschmann  screenplay

Produced by
Leslie Cowan .... producer
Tim Perell .... executive producer
Tim Perell .... producer
Shirley Vercruysse .... producer
Original Music by
Stephen Warbeck 
Cinematography by
David Johnson 
Film Editing by
Mick Audsley 
Giles Bury 
Casting by
Sig De Miguel 
Jackie Lind 
Stephen Vincent 
Production Design by
Louise Middleton 
Art Direction by
Cathy Cowan 
Set Decoration by
Renee Baril 
Costume Design by
Christine Thomson 
Makeup Department
Caroline Dehner .... hair department head
Gail Kennedy .... makeup department head
Rochelle Pomerleau .... assistant makeup artist
Robert Spina .... assistant hair stylist
Production Management
Leslie Cowan .... unit production manager
Andrew Dearnley .... post production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sabina Cahtarevic .... trainee assistant director
Ehud Ellman .... first assistant director
Lisa Jemus .... daily assistant director
Lisa Jemus .... third assistant director
Michelle Williams .... second assistant director
Art Department
Amber Humphries .... assistant set decorator
Craig Humphries .... graphic artist
Derek Steenstra .... set dresser
Jordy Wihak .... property master
Sound Department
Ruben Aguirre Barba .... sound effects editor
Adam Daniel .... sound re-recording mixer
Graham Daniel .... sound re-recording mixer
Eilam Hoffman .... sound effects editor
Miodrag Jakovljevic .... foley artist (segment)
Gareth Rhys Jones .... foley artist
Serkan Koseoglu .... foley editor
Serkan Koseoglu .... foley mixer
Andrea Kurpjel .... sound facility manager
Srdjan Kurpjel .... sound re-recording mixer
Srdjan Kurpjel .... supervising sound editor
James Shannon .... dolby sound consultant
Milos Stojanovic .... sound effects editor
Danton Tanimura .... sound effects editor
George Tarrant .... sound recordist
Burak Topalakci .... sound re-recording mixer
Meltem Baytok Topalakci .... foley artist
Sacha Walker .... sound effects editor
Michele Woods .... dialogue/adr editor
Visual Effects by
Nick Drew .... visual effects producer: WEBvFX
Guy Bews .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
John Bailie .... first assistant camera
Blair Bourque .... dolly grip
Cate Cameron .... additional still photographer
Jesse Dautremont .... grip
Kimberly French .... still photographer
Larry R.J. Jones .... rigging gaffer
Cherise Keown .... camera trainee
Ian Laurie .... dit tech
Keith Marion .... lighting technician
Christopher G. Sprague .... gaffer
John Stiglic .... generator operator
Bradley Stuckel .... grip
Carey Toner .... b camera / steadicam operator
Rob Turko .... best boy electric
Casting Department
Damian Barret .... casting assistant (as Damian Ambach)
Harley Kaplan .... casting associate
Alyson Lockwood .... extras casting director
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Brook Hesseln .... assistant costume designer
Leslie Tufts .... costume set supervisor
Editorial Department
Mike Andrews .... digital film technician
Michelle Cort .... digital film technician
Tim Drewett .... digital film technician
Paul Elman .... assistant editor
François Kamffer .... digital intermediate technician
Gemma Townsend .... digital intermediate technician
Music Department
Cato Hoeben .... additional music programmer
Robert Houston .... music editor
Kirsty Whalley .... score producer
Kirsty Whalley .... supervising music editor
Alison Wright .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Doug Slupski .... driver: hair/make up/ wardrobe
Other crew
Matt Babinec .... production assistant
Iris Bencivenga .... production assistant
Katie Bullock-Webster .... post production co-ordinator
Rose Garnett .... story editor
Kim Gawryluk .... payroll accountant
Michael Leder .... production coordinator
Thomas Martens .... trainee location manager
Leslie Maynes .... production accountant
Marion Milner .... script supervisor
Ryan Monaghan .... assistant location manager
Dennis Penney .... location manager
William Wagner .... production assistant
Angela White .... stand in/double
Andrew Simpson .... wolf sequence coordinator (uncredited)
Chris Stiles .... researcher (uncredited)
Randall Whiteside .... location scout (uncredited)

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Rated R for language and some sexual content
92 min
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Guilt, Responsibility, Forgiveness: One Town, One Life, One Wrong Turn, 31 December 2011
Author: gradyharp from United States

ANGELS CREST is not a perfect movie: there are so many undeveloped sidebars that keeping everyone in a place where they seem to fit into the tale is difficult. But there are some powerful performances here and some cause for reflection that makes the movie very worthwhile watching. Based on the novel by the same name written by Leslie Schwartz, adapted for the screen by Catherine Trieschmann, and directed by Gaby Dellal, the story deals with numerous interactions of a small town populated with alcoholics, drug abusers, adulterers, and other strange types and how they deal with a tragedy that makes no sense.

Nate Denton (Ameko Eks Mass Carroll) is a 3 year old son of Ethan Denton (Thomas Dekkar in a breakout performance that deserves attention) who awakens one morning in his pathetic home to tell his beloved single dad that it is snowing. The father/son bond is strong and Ethan dresses them both to go out to view the beauty of the snowy countryside in their old truck. When they arrive at a perfect spot, Ethan turns to the backseat to take Nate out to make snowmen, but Nate has fallen asleep in this safety car seat. Ethan makes the truck warm, locks the truck and walks out to view the spectacle of winter, the deer, and the eloquent mountains. In a few minutes he returns - and Nate is gone! Ethan is terrified, begins shouting his son's name as he searches for him. The town is alerted and a search party begins. Nate's mother alcoholic mother Cindy (Lynn Collins) is notified of Nate's missing and begins her tirade on every person she meets. After an overnight search for Nate, Ethan discovers Nate's frozen body and is devastated. Ethan is taken into custody for a death stemming from negligence and the townspeople form sides as to Ethan's guilt. Among them is a waitress Angie (Mira Sorvino) and her small daughter Rosie (Emma Macgillivray), Ethan's friend Rusty (Joseph Morgan), a lesbian couple (Elizabeth McGovern and Kate Walsh), Cindy's preachy mother (Barbara Williams). and the local police. The town brings in the District Attorney (Jeremy Piven) who obviously has secrets of his won that mirror Ethan's crisis. The story is resolved in a strange and tragic manner, leaving many crises unsolved.

Thomas Dekkar gives such a fine performance that we are able to see inside his heart and head and soul. The supporting cast conveys the small town response to a tragedy among their own - who is guilty of what and how could the incident have ever occurred. There are many ideas created by the writers and the characters that are never realized fully, but the sense of human response to an accident is staggeringly real. There is much more to this film in retrospect, after watching it, that haunts the viewer.

Grady Harp

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