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In 1955 Florida, a Korean vet has a breakdown and is incarcerated in a "maximum security" mental health prison, where patients are abused.

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Emmett Foley
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Walker Benson
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Mae Foley
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Earlene
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Dr. Harwood
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Morris
William De Acutis ...
Missy
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Vernon
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Lonny
Gary Howard Klar ...
Clarence (as Gary Klar)
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Harley
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Dr. Debner
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Jonathan
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Mr. Johnson
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Duane
Yvonne Denise Mason ...
Ella
Ralph Pace ...
Leonard
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Cop No. 1
Tim Monich ...
Cop No. 2
Laurens Moore ...
Pa Foley
Mary Moore ...
Ma Foley
Peggy Beasley ...
Mae's Mother
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First Woman on Street
Dorothy L. Grissom Hardin ...
Second Women on Street
David Fitzsimmons ...
Ambulance Driver
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Sadistic Attendant
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Goading Attendant
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Lucas
Marc Clement ...
Theo
John Brasington ...
Dr. Towney
Jim E. Quick ...
Dr. Everly
C.K. Bibby ...
Baker (as C. K. Bibby)
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Earl
George Nannarello ...
Patient Without Shoes (as George Nannerello)
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Stream of Conciousness Man
Kevin Barber ...
Upside Down Inmate
James 'Fred' Culclasure ...
Hymn Singing Inmate
Shane Bailey ...
Ozell (as Shane Baily)
Kevin Campbell ...
Inmate in Cesspool
E. Pat Hall ...
Inmate in Movie Theatre
Jerry Campbell ...
Inmate in Tunnel
Roger Jackson ...
Inmate
Suzi Bass ...
Harwood's Secretary
Jill Rankin ...
Governor's Secretary
F. Douglas McDaniel ...
Jimbob
Chris Robertson ...
Attendant
Bill Collins ...
Attendant
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Attendant
Michael Easler ...
Attendant
Randy Randolph ...
Miami Guard
Kathryn Cobb ...
Miami Nurse
Jim Gloster ...
Miami Attendant
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Miami Cop No. 1 (as Charles Lawler)
Traber Burns ...
Miami Cop No. 2
Kristi Frankenheimer ...
Weather Girl (as Kristi L. Frankenheimer)
Perry Simpson ...
Quincy Cop No. 1
Joe Loy ...
Quincy Cop No. 2
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Patrolman
Don Wayne Bass ...
First Guard
Mykel Mariette ...
Male Nurse
Raul Apartella ...
First Man at Investigation
B.J. Koonce ...
Woman at Investigation (as B. J. Koonce)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
James Devin ...
Inmate (uncredited)
Randy Herald ...
Attendant (uncredited)

Directed by

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Mick Jackson

Written by

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James Cresson ... (written by) (as James Hicks)

Produced by

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Sue Baden-Powell ... co-producer
John Daly ... executive producer
Derek Gibson ... executive producer
Aaron Schwab ... producer
Faye Schwab ... producer

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John E. Keane ... (as John Keane)

Cinematography by

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Andrew Dunn

Film Editing by

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Don Fairservice

Editorial Department

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Tommy Dorsett ... assistant editor: Los Angeles
Emma Hindley ... assistant editor: UK
Mary Nelson-Duerrstein ... negative cutter (as Mary Duerrstein)
Adrian Smith ... apprentice editor: Los Angeles
Gilmore Smith ... second assistant editor: UK (as Gilmore Smyth)
Randy D. Thornton ... post-production executive (as Randy Thornton)

Casting By

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Mindy Marin

Production Design by

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Joseph T. Garrity

Art Direction by

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Pat Tagliaferro ... (as Patrick Tagliaferro)

Set Decoration by

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Celeste Lee

Costume Design by

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Karen Patch

Makeup Department

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Gandhi Bob Arrollo ... makeup artist
Jill Bennett ... assistant hair stylist / assistant makeup artist
Christopher Cline ... additional assistant hair stylist / assistant makeup artist
Michelle Johnson ... hair stylist
Sarah Phillips ... beard maker
Maureen Stephenson ... makeup artist: beard (as Maureen Stephanson)
Theresa K. Stone ... assistant hair stylist / assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Cathy Mickel Gibson ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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J. Stephen Buck ... first assistant director
Phil Dupont ... second second assistant director (as Philippe Rene Dupont)
Douglas A. Raine ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Patrick Cassidy ... leadman (as Patrick T. Cassidy)
Ken Deubel III ... scenic artist (as Kenneth G. Deubel III)
Rick Galbraith ... construction coordinator
Paul Arthur Hartman ... on-set dresser
Jane B. Orr ... assistant property master
Bill Rea ... swing gang (as William Rea)
Deborah Schildt ... property master
James Scott ... second assistant props
Debi Shirk Tagliaferro ... art department coordinator (as Deborah Tagliaferro)
Mark S. Turner ... scenic

Sound Department

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Peter Bond ... dialect editor
Barney Cabral ... supervising sound editor
Matt Colleran ... dubbing recordist
John Frankel ... re-recording mixer (as Jonathan Frankel)
Les Healey ... assistant dubbing editor
Richard Hiscott ... foley editor
Dean Humphreys ... re-recording mixer
Gerry Humphreys ... re-recording mixer
Kenneth C. Mantlo ... boom operator (as Ken Mantlo)
Sarah Rains ... assistant dubbing editor
Colin Ritchie ... dubbing editor
Antonia Van Drimmelen ... assistant dubbing editor (as Antonia Van Drimmlen)
Ed White ... sound mixer
Sandy Buchanan ... post-production sound assistant (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Ray Bivins ... special effects coordinator
Cory Faucher ... additional special effects assistant
Richard O. Helmer ... special effects
Jim Schwalm ... special effects assistant (as Jim Schwalm)

Stunts

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Bud Davis ... stunt coordinator
Joe Gilbride ... stunts
Michael Hanes ... stunts
Dennis Scott ... stunts
Whitey Hughes ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Dennis 'Dink' Adams ... key grip
Anthony Lee Beverly ... best boy electric (as Anthony Beverly)
Jack Cochran ... gaffer
Mario Davis ... key grip (as Mario L. Davis)
Bruce 'Sarge' Fleskes ... grip
Melinda Sue Gordon ... still photographer
Walter 'T.J.' Johnson ... best boy grip
Tim Jones ... grip
Dan Kerns ... electrician
Walt Lloyd ... additional camera operator
David Luckenbach ... additional first assistant camera
Marco Mazzei ... first assistant camera
Patrick McArdle ... additional first assistant camera
Brian Robertshaw ... electrician
Lane Russell ... second assistant camera
P. Scott Sakamoto ... first assistant camera: second unit
Alice P. Taylor ... additional first assistant camera
Denny Tedesco ... electrician / grip
Don Tomich ... electrician
Philip Alan Waters ... camera operator / director of photography: second unit
Gary Wattman ... dolly grip (as Gary F. Wattman)

Casting Department

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Tona B. Dahlquist ... extras casting assistant (as Tona Hill)
Charlie Peterson ... extras casting
Dana Zaloom ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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David Buckley ... wardrobe assistant
Kimberly Carleton ... wardrobe assistant
Shari Griffin ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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Kristi Frankenheimer ... location manager (as Kristi L. Frankenheimer)

Music Department

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Dick Lewzey ... music scoring mixer (as Dick Lewsey)

Script and Continuity Department

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Sharon 'Mae' West ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Edward Davis ... driver: camera truck
Joann Bowles Hamilton ... driver
Bart Heimburger ... transportation coordinator (as Barton James Heimburger)
Vicki Lybrand ... driver (as Vicky Ready Lybrand)
George Power ... driver: production van
Cheryl Sampson ... transportation assistant
Richard Sampson ... transportation captain
Dave Walden Jr. ... driver: star suites (as David Walden Jr.)
David Walden Sr. ... driver: honeywagon

Other crew

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Frans J. Afman ... motion picture banking: Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland N.V.
Jamie Amos ... craft service
Janet M. Childers ... office production assistant
Tani Cohen ... production liaison
Kathleen M. Courtney ... production coordinator
Jolly Dale ... assistant production coordinator (as Johlyn Dale)
Emily K. Denton ... office production assistant
Carolyn A. Evans ... nurse
Suzie Greene ... assistant: Mr. Jackson
Mark Greiner ... cook
Bob Hartman ... assistant production accountant (as Robert Hartman)
Andrea Jaffe ... publicity consultant
Robert Jellen ... insurance: Albert G. Ruben & Co. Inc. (as Bob Jellen)
Shirley E. Jeter ... nurse
Tim Monich ... dialect coach: Mr. Oldman
Tom Morales ... cook
Steve Newman ... unit publicist
Derry J. Pearce ... production accountant
Mark Quigg ... cook
David M. Thornton ... office production assistant
Lee Zatkovic ... stand-in
Rod Honeycutt ... key production assistant (uncredited)

Thanks

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Chris Calhoun ... thanks: the entire cast and crew would like to thank
John Lashuma ... special thanks
Lesley Manville ... special thanks (as Leslie Manville)
Alfie Oldman ... special thanks
Maureen Oldman ... special thanks
Betty Strickland ... thanks: the entire cast and crew would like to thank

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

An American war hero attempts suicide and ends up in Chattahoochee State Mental Hospital. But he realizes that the doctors in the hospital are humiliating patients, and staff are murdering them. Written by Harun Mehmedinovic

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Taglines Heroes happen in crazy places. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Héroes de papel (Spain)
  • A téboly börtöne (Hungary)
  • Pimeyden varjot (Finland)
  • 理由なき発砲 (Japan, Japanese title)
  • Héroe de guerra (Argentina)
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  • 97 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The "Emmet Foley" character is based on real life Christopher Calhoun, who moved to Los Angeles after his release and wrote about and became an activist for similarly abused people. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Miami Blues/Vital Signs/Lisa/Chattahoochee (1990). See more »
Crazy Credits The producers would like to thank the people of Columbia and Newberry, South Carolina for their generosity and support during the making of this film. See more »
Quotes [in the shower, Emmet Foley is having an erection unwillingly and turns his back to the others, Walker next to him]
Walker Benson: Turn it on cold.
Emmett Foley: Huh?
Walker Benson: It will help.
[with lower voice]
Walker Benson: Your wife must have been one happy woman.
Emmett Foley: Huh?
Walker Benson: [louder again] I said, you'll most likely drown. We've had a lot of unexplained deaths around here. But we ain't had no one yet drowned hisself in the shower. You would be the first.
Emmett Foley: I don't understand.
Walker Benson: What?
Emmett Foley: It jumping up like that.
Walker Benson: [soft, trying to ease the situation a bit] Maybe it thinks that I'm pretty.
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