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Cellmates -- When a hardened Ku Klux Klansman and a Mexican farm laborer are forced to share a prison cell they must learn to get along in this offbeat buddy comedy starring Tom Sizemore, Hector Jimenez and Stacy Keach.

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Jesse Baget (written by)
Stefania Moscato (written by)
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Release Date:
1 June 2012 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
A heartwarming buddy comedy with something to offend everyone. See more »
Plot:
Leroy Lowe, grand dragon of the Texas Ku Klux Klan confronts everything he's been taught to hate when... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Tom Sizemore ... Leroy Lowe

Stacy Keach ... Warden Merville

Kevin P. Farley ... Bubba

Héctor Jiménez ... Emilio

Olga Segura ... Madalena
Bob Rickard ... Judge
Rock Williams ... Prison Guard
Tom Gulager ... Prison Guard
Kaj Sturdivant ... Prison Guard

Leighton R. Shields ... Minister
Orock Orock ... Prisoner

Scott Forrester ... Prisoner
Pedro Alvarado ... Prisoner
Darrell Britt ... Prisoner / KKK Member
Carlos Soto-Montes ... Prisoner

Directed by
Jesse Baget 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jesse Baget  written by
Stefania Moscato  written by

Produced by
Jesse Baget .... producer
Jose Daniel Bort .... producer
Andrea Bottigliero .... producer
Ian Colhoun .... co-executive producer
Karuna Eberl .... line producer
Karuna Eberl .... producer
Juan Carlos Segura G .... executive producer
Sean Gowrie .... executive producer
Ryan R. Johnson .... producer
Andrea Monier .... producer
Stefania Moscato .... producer
Brigitte Mueller .... co-producer
Helga Olafsson .... executive producer
Shahrook Oomer .... co-executive producer
Olga Segura .... producer
Jonathan Sheldon .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Jim Lang 
 
Cinematography by
Bill Otto 
 
Film Editing by
Jesse Baget 
Andrea Bottigliero 
 
Production Design by
Elvis Strange 
 
Set Decoration by
Stefania Moscato 
 
Costume Design by
Belén Ricoy 
 
Makeup Department
Candace Christen .... makeup department head
Beth Mamula .... makeup artist
Dana Lee Smith .... makeup artist
Alexandria Storm .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Jason Salzman .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kelly Hirano .... first assistant director
Nick Sammons .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Sarah Bess .... scenic artist
Lance Lindahl .... set dresser
Jonathan James Smith .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Gary Day .... sound mixer
Yagmur Kaplan .... re-recording mixer
Damien Monier .... boom operator
Sasha Saenz-Basaldua .... foley artist
Gregg Teutonico .... foley recordist
 
Stunts
Sarah Brown .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ryley Fogg .... digital imaging technician
Oscar Garcia .... key grip
Tiffany Henderson .... second assistant camera
Dali Nenadov .... key grip
Jeremy Osbern .... gaffer
Dyron Pacheco .... key grip
Carson Reaves .... first assistant camera
Michael Stoecker .... best boy electric
Sérgio .... grip
James M. Wykoff .... key first assistant camera
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Irene González .... set costumer
Deanna Soria .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Kevin Badami .... first assistant editor
Asa Fox .... assistant colorist
Loren White .... digital intermediate colorist
 
Music Department
Sean Fernald .... music supervisor
Federico Ramos .... guitar
 
Other crew
Kevin Badami .... production assistant
David Danberg .... caterer
Erykah Del Mundo .... script supervisor
Ryley Fogg .... dit
Brittany Morrison .... set production assistant
Matthew Mourgides .... assistant: Tom Sizemore
John Muth .... production assistant
Lisandro Novillo .... key set production assistant
Simon Shterenberg .... set production assistant
 
Thanks
George Folsey Jr. .... special thanks
Shannon Makhanian .... special thanks
Andy Murphy .... special thanks
 

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Factual errors: Leroy tells about his Fairlane he bought new in 1966, but his picture on the wall shows an older Fairlane.See more »
Quotes:
Leroy Lowe:Have you ever heard the story of a woman that walks into a man's life and don't make one bit of difference? Neither have I.See more »
Movie Connections:
References "Ben Casey" (1961)See more »

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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Enjoyable Film, 7 April 2013
Author: cB391 from Canada

When I originally began to watch this movie, I figured it would be a typical comedy, something that would make lame jokes and not really do much else. The first part of the movie sets the scene for this, and I felt I got what I expected. With the arrival of Emilio, the story changes. It takes a different pace, and tries to develop a relationship amongst the characters. While it does not explore the serious harms of prison life (it does seek some comedic relief by portraying the violence), it does have a few plot twists, as well as a simple moral to the story.

The connection between Leroy and Madalena is well presented, focusing on an emotional connection over the brief physical ones, usually associated with low budget comedy movies.

While the movie does not have great graphics, the music is well done for most situations, and the acting is adequate-good. The movie should draw you in, so it is definitely worth watching.

There isn't too much simplistic comedy, and no nudity, drug usage etc., so if you are looking for that, this may not be the movie for you, but otherwise, check it out as a good 85 minutes of cinema.

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