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11 November 2011 (USA) See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Lily Rabe ... Sarah

Jason Butler Harner ... Sean

Isaac C. Singleton Jr. ... The Big Man

Jim Cody Williams ... Barney

Fiona Dourif ... Penny

Don McManus ... Forest Superintendent

Karen Black ... Sean's Colleague
Jeri Arredondo ... Buffalo Scientist

Skyler Brigmann ... Young Sean
Gregory Bennett ... Benny Rodriguez
Quinton Fay ... Jeff
David Melville ... Stephano - The Tempest
Bobby Plasencia ... Caliban - The Tempest
Philip Briggs ... Trinculo - The Tempest

Jessica Noboa ... Storage Attendant

Jim Leske ... F.S. General Counsel
Martin Harris ... F.S. Stenographer (as Martin William Harris)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Beresford Bennett ... (voice)
Jesse Gee ... Suit Performer
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Directed by
Christopher Munch 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Christopher Munch 

Produced by
Linda Brown .... executive producer
Christopher Munch .... producer
 
Original Music by
Steven Gates 
Liz Knowles 
Sue Richards 
Carolyn Surrick 
 
Cinematography by
Rob Sweeney 
 
Casting by
Tineka Becker 
Joseph Middleton 
 
Art Direction by
Ricardo Herrera 
 
Costume Design by
Kristen Anacker 
 
Makeup Department
Roland Blancaflor .... foam supervisor
Darin Bouyssou .... life cast technician
Aida Caefer .... suit fabrication and hair
Val Crawford .... hair technician
Robin Dufay .... fabrication and hair technician
BJ Farris .... costume assistant
Jesse Gee .... painter, fabrication, and on-set makeup application
Jared Guenther .... mold maker
Jennifer Leng .... suit fabrication assistant
Reggie Rizzo .... suit fabrication supervisor and hair
Lee Romaire .... special makeup effects designer
Testu Sakae .... sculptor
 
Production Management
Terri-Lynn Kalhagen .... unit production manager
 
Art Department
Kathrin Eder .... art director: Los Angeles
Haim Herrera .... art assistant
Johnny Herrera .... art assistant
Melisa Jusufi .... set decorator: Los Angeles
Wesley Younie .... special artwork and sasquatch portraits
 
Sound Department
Tara Blume .... foley artist
Fredrick Helm .... sound designer
Fredrick Helm .... sound mixer
Greg Mauer .... foley mixer
Brian O'Hara .... sound editor
Rick Owens .... foley artist
Mark A. Rozett .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Ethan Fox .... visual effects artist
Bob Leathers .... digital compositor
David A. Davidson .... colorist: Solventdreams (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Shawn Adams .... aerial cinematographer
Rocky Garrotto .... assistant camera
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Reggie Rizzo .... special fx costume
 
Editorial Department
Brodie Alexander .... colorist
 
Other crew
Corvette Dennison .... production assistant
Tony Kalhagen .... caterer: Oregon
John Rachor .... pilot
 

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104 min
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Very Spiritul, 25 January 2013
Author: gnshpdude from United States

A little slow for first 25 minutes but a very deep movie. Man is just one of Gods creature and should strive to live in harmony with nature. Made me appreciate how unimportant material things are compared to relationships and understanding. The Big man was shown as a being at peace with his surroundings. I got the sense that he was more then intelligent enough to understand that all he needs is in the forest. While the Humans in the Movie are all wanting of something, but searching all the wrong places for it. The Cinematography was exceptional as was the movie score. The acting was good and dialog was just enough to keep the story moving. It was nice to see a movie that was a work of love and not depend on special effects. I am not sure how this would have played to a large release, but is definitely a great movie to watch with a glass of wine in front of a fire on a cold winter day.

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