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After a horrific car wreck leaves him an amnesiac, a man slowly begins to unravel his shocking past.

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Dan Merrick
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Gus Klein
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Judith Merrick
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Jenny Scott (as Joanne Whalley-Kilmer)
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Jeb Scott
Debi A. Monahan ...
Nancy Mercer
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Rudy Costa
Jedda Jones ...
Sadie
Scott Getlin ...
Jack Stanton
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Lydia
Dona Hardy ...
Pet Shop Woman
Frank Cavestani ...
Cop
Jasmin Gabler ...
Jeb's Secretary
Charlene Hall ...
Receptionist
Dierk Torsek ...
Dr. Benton
George Herbert Semel ...
Plastic Surgeon (as George Herbert Semel M.D.)
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Dr. Berkus
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Amy Strauss ...
Hacienda Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Directed by

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Wolfgang Petersen

Written by

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Richard Neely ... (novel "The Plastic Nightmare")
 
Wolfgang Petersen ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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John Davis ... producer
Ortwin Freyermuth ... co-producer
Gail Katz ... co-producer
David Korda ... producer
Neal Nordlinger ... line producer
Wolfgang Petersen ... producer
Michel Roy ... executive producer
Larry Sugar ... executive producer

Music by

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Alan Silvestri

Cinematography by

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László Kovács ... director of photography (as Laszlo Kovacs)

Film Editing by

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Glenn Farr
Hannes Nikel

Editorial Department

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Richard Byard ... additional editor
Bob Kaiser ... color timer

Casting By

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Janet Hirshenson
Jane Jenkins

Production Design by

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Gregg Fonseca

Art Direction by

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Bruce Alan Miller

Set Decoration by

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Dorree Cooper

Costume Design by

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Erica Edell Phillips

Makeup Department

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Lance Anderson ... special makeup effects artist
Dorothy Byrne ... hair stylist
Jeffrey S. Farley ... special makeup effects artist
Peggy Teague ... key makeup artist
Joann Wabisca ... key makeup artist
David Beneke ... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Allen Alsobrook ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Josh King ... first assistant director: second unit
Peter Kohn ... first assistant director
Vincent Palmo Jr. ... second second assistant director
Gregory Kent Simmons ... second assistant director
John R. Woodward ... first assistant director: additional photography
Dick Ziker ... second unit director

Art Department

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Gae S. Buckley ... set designer
Joseph H. Catmull ... on-set carpenter
David Cunningham ... construction foreman
Carl Denooyer ... labor gang boss
Brad Einhorn ... property master
Glen Kennedy ... set dresser
Kris Nagle ... carpenter
Jeff O'Bannon ... laborer
Tony Paolone ... lead scenic painter
Vivienne Radkoff ... art department coordinator
John H. Samson ... construction coordinator
Lisette Thomas ... set designer
Kevin Coyle ... set dresser (uncredited)
Michael Ogle ... property/set man (uncredited)

Sound Department

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David W. Alstadter ... foley mixer
Christopher Assells ... sound effects editor
David Baldwin ... supervising sound editor
Gregg Baxter ... supervising adr editor
Bob Bowman ... assistant sound editor
David E. Campbell ... re-recording mixer
Dino Dimuro ... sound effects editor
Mark C. Grech ... utility sound technician
Gary A. Hecker ... foley artist
Allen Hurd ... sound recordist
Mark Lanza ... assistant sound editor
Anthony Miceli ... sound editor
John T. Reitz ... re-recording mixer
Gregg Rudloff ... re-recording mixer
Timothy P. Salmon ... boom operator
Wylie Stateman ... supervising sound editor
Alicia Stevenson ... foley artist
Jerry Trent ... foley artist
Keith A. Wester ... sound mixer

Special Effects by

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Roy Arbogast ... special effects supervisor
David Blitstein ... special effects
Randy Cabral ... special effects
Bill Lee ... special effects
Eric Meyerhofer ... special effects
Michael Meier ... pyrotechnician (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Mark Sawicki ... matte photography
Robert Stromberg ... matte artist
Catherine Sudolcan ... optical effects coordinator
David S. Williams Jr. ... optical photography

Stunts

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David Booth ... stunt driver
David Booth ... stunts
John Cade ... stunts
Charles Croughwell ... stunts (as Charlie Croughwell)
Eddy Donno ... stunts (as Eddie Donno)
Georgia Durante ... stunts
Donna Evans ... stunts
Joe Finnegan ... stunts
Bill Jelliffe ... stunts
Max Kleven ... stunt coordinator: second unit
Joel Kramer ... stunt coordinator
Tom McGraw ... stunts
John Moio ... stunts
Daniel K. Moore ... stunts (as Daniel Moore)
Daniel O'Haco ... stunts
Don Pulford ... stunts
Ronnie Rondell Jr. ... stunts (as Ron Rondell Sr.)
Nick Scoggin ... stunts (as Nick Scoggins)
John-Clay Scott ... stunts
Walter Scott ... stunt coordinator
Dane Selznick ... stunts
Gregg Smrz ... stunts
Cris Thomas-Palomino ... stunts
Merritt Yohnka ... stunts
Dick Ziker ... stunt coordinator (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Richmond L. Aguilar ... chief lighting technician / gaffer
Alicia Brauns ... first assistant camera
Chuck Brown ... dolly grip
Richard Brooks Burton ... hi-speed camera operator
Bobby Byrne ... photographer: second unit
Jack Carpenter ... camera car provider
Paul Caven ... best boy electric
Brad Edmiston ... Steadicam assistant
Ken Fisher ... assistant camera
Michael Frediani ... camera operator: second unit
Claude Fullerton ... best boy grip
J.P. Gabriel ... video assist operator
Clark Garland ... grip: San Francisco
Michael Gershman ... camera operator
Brooks P. Guyer ... louma crane operator
Myron Hyman ... rigging gaffer
David James ... still photographer
Paddy Kean ... second assistant camera
Anthony Mollicone ... rigging grip
Randy Nolen ... steadicam operator (as Randy Nolan)
Tom Ramsey ... key grip
Joseph E. Thibo ... first assistant camera
Peter Van Eynde ... dolly grip
Lou Weinert ... assistant camera

Casting Department

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Nancy Hayes ... extras casting: San Francisco
Jacqueline King ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Muto-Little ... costumer
Amy Stofsky ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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Peter J. Novak ... location manager
David Salven Jr. ... location manager
Gail Stempler ... location manager

Music Department

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Bill Abbott ... music editor
Bob Bowman ... assistant music editor
Tom Boyd ... oboe soloist
Sandy DeCrescent ... orchestra contractor
Simon Franglen ... music programmer: keyboard and synclavier
Ashley Irwin ... composer: additional music
William Ross ... orchestrator
Alan Silvestri ... orchestrator
Steven L. Smith ... music preparation

Transportation Department

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Jack Carpenter ... driver: camera car
Byron Carter ... driver: camera car
Bill M. Puluti ... transportation coordinator (as Bill Puliti)

Other crew

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Gregory H. Alpert ... assistant to greta scacchi (as Gregory Alpert)
Janice Benton ... animal wrangler
Holly Borradaile ... assistant to director
Bundy Chanock ... set medic
Jessica Drake ... dialect coach
Karen Golden ... script supervisor
Laura Greenlee ... production coordinator
Regina Gruss ... unit publicist
Ida Lee Henderson ... first assist accountant
Jim Jaffe ... product placement
Michael Ladd ... animal wrangler
Gary Linden ... stand-in
Graham Ludlow ... production associate
Brian McMillan ... head animal trainer
Sammy Pasha ... stand-in
Stacy Regan ... animal wrangler
Shawn Stevens ... crafts service/catering
Jordan Stone ... set production assistant
Brenda Tempel ... stand-in
Elizabeth Tompkins ... first assistant accountant
Robert 'Bobby Z' Zajonc ... helicopter pilot: second unit (as Bobby Zajonc)

Thanks

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John Ptak ... special thanks
Tony Randel ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Dan Merrick comes out from a shattering car accident with amnesia. He finds that he is married to Judith who is trying to help him start his life again. He keeps getting flashbacks about events and places that he can't remember. He meets pet shop owner and part time private detective Gus Klein who is supposedly done some work for him prior to the accident. Klein helps Merrick to find out more about his past and true identity. Written by Sami Al-Taher

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Taglines A love he can't forget. A murder he can't remember. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Plastic Nightmare (Belgium, English title)
  • Troubles (France)
  • Tod im Spiegel (Germany)
  • La noche de los cristales rotos (Spain)
  • La nit dels vidres trencats (Spain, Catalan title)
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Runtime
  • 98 min
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Budget $22,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The film was made and released about twenty-two years after its source novel "The Plastic Nightmare" by Richard Neely had been first published in 1969. See more »
Goofs An asthma inhaler is not an aqualung. Klein could not have kept breathing underwater because he had his inhaler with him. It relies on mixing the steroids with the surrounding air; it doesn't itself provide oxygen. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Frankie and Johnny/Homicide/Little Man Tate/Ricochet/Shattered (1991). See more »
Soundtracks NIGHTS IN WHITE SATIN See more »
Quotes Judith Merrick: So now you know
Dan Merrick: You're Insane!
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