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Writer (WGA):
Suzanne Martin (written by)
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Release Date:
19 July 2010 (USA) See more »
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A mother will do anything for her family.
Plot:
A young woman takes a job at a massage parlor to support her family when her husband is unable to work, and soon finds her life spiraling out of control. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
Nominated for Golden Globe. Another 1 win See more »
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Rather Insulting In Its Dumbness See more (24 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Jennifer Love Hewitt ... Samantha Horton

Teddy Sears ... Rex Horton

Sonja Bennett ... Dee

Lynda Boyd ... Jacie

Chelah Horsdal ... Doreen

Heather Doerksen ... Tanya

Kacey Rohl ... Emma Hollings

Kandyse McClure ... Laura

Cybill Shepherd ... Cassie Dale

Andy Nez ... Phil
Carmon McDonald ... Jim Reed

Haviland Stillwell ... Carol Reed

Olivia Steele-Falconer ... Charlie Horton

Valin Shinyei ... Brady Horton

John Innes ... Minister
Linden Banks ... Judge J.J. Ogilvy
Brohm Chevalier ... Jenna Horton
Brookmere Chevalier ... Jenna Horton
Sophie Lui ... Reporter Trisha Wong

Mark Brandon ... Roger - Anchorman

Garry Chalk ... Carl

Chris Kalhoon ... Arthur

Alberta Mayne ... Sarah
Steve Garry ... Jamie
Barry Haggis ... Customer
Gwenda Lorenzetti ... Woman

Kevin James ... Trevor
Paul Herbert ... Cop #1

Walcott E. Morgan ... Cop #3

Dan Willmott ... Drunk Guy at Bar

Maria Marlow ... Woman in Restaurant #3

Glynis Davies ... Woman in Line #1
Terri Anne Taylor ... Woman in Line #2 (as Terri O'Neill)

Chris Nowland ... Man in Line
Dolores Drake ... Bank Woman
Annabel Kershaw ... Salon Woman #1
Catherine Barr ... Salon Woman #2

Mark Acheson ... News Vendor

Kelly-Ruth Mercier ... News Stand Lady #1
Donna Lysell ... News Stand Lady #2
Forbes Angus ... Bar Patron #1
David Beairsto ... Gary
Darren Daurie ... Cookie Tin Man

Iris Paluly ... Wronged Wife
Susan Coodin ... Church Lady #1

Luisa Jojic ... Church Lady #2
Gary Ellison ... Actuary Client
Terry Steven ... Scarf Client
Juan Llorens ... Necklace Client

Mark Oliver ... Watch Client
Robert Clark ... Boxer Shorts Man
Marny Eng ... Sam Stunt Double
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Matt Battaglia ... Don

Nicholas James
Onrico Nightingale ... Beaumont Police Officer (2013)

Tommy O'Reilly ... Handsome Client
Lina Patel ... Dr, Mueller

Reila Aphrodite ... Sophia (uncredited)

Directed by
Eric Laneuville 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Suzanne Martin (written by)

Produced by
Ted Bauman .... producer
Lynne Bespflug .... producer
Howard Braunstein .... executive producer
Howard Braunstein .... producer
Jennifer Love Hewitt .... executive producer
Michael Jaffe .... executive producer
A.J. Rinella .... co-producer
John J. Strauss .... executive producer
Nicole C. Taylor .... producer
Dannielle Thomas .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Richard Marvin 
 
Cinematography by
Tony Westman (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Lisa Robison  (as Lisa Jane Robison)
 
Production Design by
Phil Schmidt 
 
Art Direction by
Teresa Weston 
 
Set Decoration by
Terry Lewis 
 
Costume Design by
Lorraine Carson 
 
Makeup Department
Karen Bartek .... key hair stylist: Ms. Hewitt
Emma Clarke .... hair stylist
Jill Corp .... hair department head
Brittany Isaacs .... assistant makeup artist
Patricia Murray .... makeup department head
Antonella Renyer .... personal makeup artist: Jennifer Love Hewitt
Viola Rock .... makeup artist
Jamie Taylor .... hair stylist
Amy Van Wormer .... makeup artist
Patricia Gundlach .... hairstylist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Lynne Bespflug .... production manager
Dawn Knight .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Karin Behrenz .... third assistant director
Dawn Charette .... trainee assistant director
Jackie C. Lee .... second assistant director
Darius Matheson .... first assistant director
Jody Ryan .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Bill Burd .... property master
Ben Krakowsky .... props
 
Sound Department
Kevin Belen .... sound re-recording mixer
Brian Campbell .... dialogue editor
Jay Cheetham .... background sound editor
Graham Crowell .... boom operator
Hugo DeLaCerda .... sound re-recording mixer
Greg Hannas .... boom operator
Graeme Hughes .... sound re-recording mixer
Kirby Jinnah .... sound supervisor
Eric Lamontagne .... sound mixer
Ryan Nowak .... sound designer
Christopher M. Ray .... assistant sound re-recording mixer (as Chris Ray)
Lisa Varetakis .... adr supervisor
Andy Welker .... adr recordist
 
Visual Effects by
Nadine Blackler .... compositor
Romald Geoffery .... visual effects
Sean Gilhooly .... visual effects coordinator
Adam Stern .... visual effects supervisor
Brent Veal .... compositor
 
Stunts
Brett Armstrong .... stunt coordinator
Katie Eischen .... stunt performer
Marny Eng .... stunt double: Sam
Ralph Eugster .... stunt truck driver
Justin Riemer .... stunt performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
T.C. Chapman .... gaffer (as Tracey Chapman)
Kevin Fairbairn .... grip
Robin Forst .... camera operator
Nicholas McKenzie .... first assistant camera
Tyler Olson .... best boy grip
Michael Rich .... grip
Jim Stacey .... camera operator
Christopher Tate .... key grip (as Chris Tate)
Aaron Von Hagen .... camera trainee
 
Casting Department
Stuart Aikins .... casting: Canada
Sandra Couldwell .... extras casting
Ron Digman .... casting: LA
Valorie Massalas .... casting: LA
J.J. Ogilvy .... casting associate
Joy Tenenberg .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Dorothy Amos .... costume designer: Ms. Hewitt
Sheree Thiel .... assistant costume designer (2010) (2011-2013)
 
Editorial Department
Romald Geoffery .... colorist
Romald Geoffery .... on-line editor
Michael Levy .... colorist
Brae Norwiss .... assistant editor
Marshall Watson .... digital dailies editor
 
Music Department
Scott Schirle .... music editor
Derek Syverud .... music editor (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Frank Guadagno .... driver: cast
Kent MacDonald .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Carolyn Adair .... stand in/double: Cybill Sheppard (as Caroline Matthews)
Lukia Czernin .... production coordinator
Tom Dean .... production assistant
Chris Dow .... production assistant
Michael Farias .... assistant location manager
Les Ford .... computer playback designer
Dan Hanks .... story investigator
Sarah Harris .... production coordinator
Dana Herriott .... location scout (2010)
Tom Hoeverman .... location manager
Colin House .... first assistant coordinator
Alison Hunter .... script supervisor
Lynn Josephson Delaney .... executive assistant to producer
David Konkin .... production assistant
Cathy Landry .... assistant production accountant
Amanda Mason .... assistant to executive
Darin Oishi .... production accountant
Ron Pachkowski .... co-production coordinator
Winona Sim .... playback coordinator
Caroline Jaden Stussi .... stand-in for lacey
Nicole Mak .... dailies film assistant: Deluxe Vancouver (uncredited)
 

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88 min
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51 out of 89 people found the following review useful.
Rather Insulting In Its Dumbness, 19 July 2010
Author: Michael_Elliott from Louisville, KY

Client List, The (2010)

* 1/2 (out of 4)

Incredibly silly drama from Lifetime about a Texas mother of three (Jennifer Love Hewitt) who finds herself about to lose her house after she's laid off and her husband is injured on the job and can't find work. She goes to work in a massage parlor but soon learns that the best way to get tips is through prostitution. When it comes to any made-for-TV flick you just know there are going to be certain amounts of melodrama but this film here must think its viewers are some of the dumbest people in the world. There are so many problems with this film's screenplay but the final twenty-minutes are rather insulting. Again, some might say I'm a man and this movie wasn't meant for me but I honestly don't see who could watch this ending and feel good about anything they've seen. I'm not going to ruin anything but this film is so full of sugar that the entire thing seems like a bad school play without a single thing going for it. I think one of the biggest problems with Hewitt who just isn't believable in the role. Not only does her Texas accent go in and out throughout the film but there wasn't a single second where I believed she was a mother of three. She didn't look like someone from a small Texas town and the screenplay doesn't do her any favors by having her shout she's too pretty to be poor. With dialogue like that it's impossible to feel sorry for her or her situation and it doesn't get any better when the screenplay tries to make her out to be some sort of victim in a world of bad men. Hewitt does come off well in the more sexual side of the role but the drama falls flat on its face and really kills anything the film is going for. Cybill Shepherd plays her mother and pretty much just sits around throwing out bad one-liners. I'm not sure if it was because this was made for the Lifetime Network but it seems that even in the most dramatic moments there's enough time to throw out penis jokes. I'm really not sure what could have saved this movie but a little bit of honesty probably would have gone a long way. The husband's reaction, the poor ending and how they try to turn the event into some new sensation just never works and in the end there's really not much this film has going for it. I'm also not quite sure what the filmmakers were trying to say in the reasons the character did what she did as there are thousands of people in the same situations and they're not inviting in hundreds of men.

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