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Twilight of the Ice Nymphs ()


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Peter Glahn is released after years of incarceration as a political prisoner and is now returning to his homeland, the mythical Mandragora where the sun never sets. On board the ship home,... See more »

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Juliana Kossel (as Pascale Bussiéres)
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Amelia Glahn
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Cain Ball
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Zephyr Eccles
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Dr. Issac Solti
Ross McMillan ...
Matthew Eccles / Voice of Peter Glahn
Frank Kowalski ...
Man in Black
Breanne Dowhan ...
Baby
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Nigel Whitmey ...
Peter Glahn (uncredited)

Directed by

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Guy Maddin

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Knut Hamsun ... (novel "Pan") (uncredited)
 
George Toles ... ()

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Ritchard Findlay ... producer
Derek Mazur ... executive producer
Charlotte Mickie ... executive producer

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John McCulloch

Cinematography by

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Michael Marshall

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Reginald Harkema

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Gay Black ... negative cutter
Dana Neville ... color timer

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Réjean Labrie ... (as Rejean Labrie)

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Ian Handford

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Gordon Wilding

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Donna Szöke

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Sylvain Cournoyer ... key makeup artist (as Sylvain Cornoyer)
Beverley Hamilton ... assistant makeup artist
Adina Shore ... key hair stylist (as Adina)

Production Management

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Juliette Hagopian ... production manager
Hans Lucas ... post-production supervisor

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Ronaldo Nacionales ... second assistant director
Richard O'Brien-Moran ... first assistant director

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Olaf Dux ... construction coordinator
Mark Gebel ... property master
Kim Hamin ... scenic artist
Matt Holm ... greensperson
Lucy Lam ... painter
Andrea Locktin ... assistant property builder
Juan Lopezdabdoub ... painter trainee (as Juan Lopez-Dabdoub)
Steve Madden ... head carpenter
Johanna Mazur ... on-set dresser
Neil McInnes ... carpenter
Kathy McKinnon ... painter (as Cathy McKinnon)
Garth Mesz ... carpenter
Kirsten Olsen ... painter (as Kristen Olsen)
Conrad Percheson ... draftsperson
Brendon Sawatzky ... construction daily (as Brendan Sawatzky)
Larry Spittle ... lead props
Sherry Starkell ... greensperson / props builder
Jackie Van Winkle ... key scenic artist
Liduina VanderSpek ... daily props (as Liduina Currell)
Andrea Von Wichert ... set dresser
Eldon Zigarlick ... carpenter

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Kelly Cole ... re-recording mixer
Russ Dyck ... adr editor / post audio coordinator
James A. Gore ... foley assistant
Ken Gregory ... sound editor
Goro Koyama ... foley assistant
Andy Malcolm ... foley artist
Bill Mellow ... re-recording mixer
Don Melnyk ... adr engineer
Fred Rivas ... stereo sound consultant
Paul A. Sharpe ... re-recording mixer (as Paul Sharpe)
Etoile Stewart ... sound assistant
Tony van den Akker ... foley recordist
Daniel W. Victor Jr. ... stereo sound consultant (as Daniel Victor)
Stewart Whitby ... sound assistant

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Mark Gebel ... special effects
Larry Spittle ... special effects assistant

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Conrad Percheson ... miniatures

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Arlea Ashcroft ... best boy
Kel Berg ... electrician
Szu Burgess ... still photographer
Lawrence A. Carpenter ... daily electrician (as Lawrence Carpenter) / daily grip (as Lawrence Carpenter)
Bruce Claydon ... grip
Kevin Deally ... daily grip
Michael Drabot ... gaffer
Jay Kohne ... first assistant camera
Sharon MacIntyre ... electrician
Steve Madden ... dolly grip / key grip
Len Peterson ... second assistant camera
Lance Rowley ... electric swing / grip
Brian Sanders ... camera operator
Paul Suderman ... camera trainee
Shauna Townley ... camera trainee

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Carolyn Bradshaw ... costume construction
Brooklyn Drabot ... costume construction
Wanda Farian ... costume supervisor
Diane Klisko ... costume construction
Thora Lamont ... costume patterns and cutting
Megan LaTouche ... costume construction
Karen Lawlor ... costume construction
Lorraine O'Leary ... costume patterns and cutting
Lois Powne ... costume construction
Barbara Pritchard ... costume construction
Sandra Seaman ... costume construction
Hollis Spevak ... costume construction

Location Management

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Chris Wellard ... location production assistant (as Christopher Wellard)

Music Department

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Milos Betko ... orchestra recording supervisor
Peter Breiner ... conductor
Ladislav Krajcovic ... orchestra assistant engineer
Otto Nopp ... orchestra engineer
Ivan Paulicka ... orchestra manager
Clive Perry ... music editor
Josef Skorepa ... concert master

Transportation Department

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M. Frances McDermid ... driver
Chris Sol ... driver

Other crew

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Lawrence Anonychuk ... animal wrangler
Norma Bailey ... story consultant
Donovan Chaput ... volunteer
Jonah Corne ... volunteer
Charles Crossin ... set production assistant
Kelly Ditz ... craft service
Grace Donaldson ... trainee: MMPIA
Tina Douvris ... volunteer
Warren Dowhan ... security officer
Bob Driscoll ... volunteer
Richard Duffy ... volunteer
Tobe Duggan ... volunteer
Russ Dyck ... post audio coordinator
Adeline Elias ... production accountant
Claude Forest ... insurance
Vaclav Frkal ... booth supervisor
Colin Giesbrecht ... volunteer
Andrew Gillies ... volunteer
Wayne Glesby ... security coordinator
Karen Harrington ... volunteer
Sheila Henke ... volunteer
Simon Hughes ... volunteer
Ross Ikeda ... post-production accountant
Dan Iwaczewski ... craft service
Connie Jantz ... volunteer
Mike 'Chicago' Javor ... volunteer (as 'Chicago Mike' Javor)
Corinne Kennedy ... volunteer
Martyn Krys ... legal services
Dianne Lafournaise ... volunteer (as Diane Lafournaise)
Phyllis Laing ... production accountant
Andrew Libich ... volunteer
Jilian Maddin ... volunteer
Paul Martens ... gallery photography
Tamara Mauthe ... production secretary
Tanya Mazur ... script supervisor
Gary Munroe ... trainee: MMPIA
David E. Nault ... trainee: MMPIA (as David Nault)
Laura Neufeld ... production coordinator
Nghia Nguyen ... legal services
Tracy Noga ... stand-in
Louise O'Brien-Moran ... unit publicist
Shaunna O'Brien-Moran ... production executive
Mark Pindera ... volunteer
Matthew Rankin ... volunteer
Alexandra Saborowski ... assistant to producer
Toni Scinocca ... volunteer
Ed Sinclair ... security officer
Chris Sol ... office production assistant: preparation
Jacob Steele ... volunteer
Jane Tingley ... sculptress
Caelum Vatnsdal ... diarist
Mark Warhaft ... caterer
Lisa Wayne ... volunteer
Jesse Wiebe ... security officer
Simon Wincer ... volunteer
Dwight Wolfe ... ostrich wrangler

Thanks

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Paddy Bickerton ... thanks
John Buchan ... thanks
Karen Cameron ... thanks
Craig Carter ... thanks
Juliette Hagopian ... thanks
Jacob ... thanks
Kim ... thanks
Shirley Loewen ... special thanks
William Loewen ... special thanks
Wendy MacKeigan ... thanks
Andy Malcolm ... thanks
Matthew ... thanks
Neil McInnes ... thanks
Ross McMillan ... thanks
Susan Minas ... thanks
Jon Taylor ... thanks
Peter Tilley ... thanks
Carole Vivier ... thanks
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Plot Summary

Peter Glahn is released after years of incarceration as a political prisoner and is now returning to his homeland, the mythical Mandragora where the sun never sets. On board the ship home, he meets the mysterious Juliana Kossel who vanishes after stealing his heart. Once he arrives on the island, he goes to the family ostrich farm run by his sister Amelia. He finds Amelia living with a farmhand named Cain Ball who fears that Peter's return will endanger the agreement he made with Amelia that will see him inherit the farm. Amelia has since fallen for the vain Dr. Isaac Solti who controls the island and has a hold on both Zephyr Eccles, the widow of a local fisherman, and Juliana, Peter's dream girl from the ship. Solti's true obsession is a recently discovered statue of Venus that possesses strange powers. All the characters meet at Solti's lab where the sexual tensions erupt. Written by pr1mal_1

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Also Known As
  • Crepúsculo das Ninfas de Gelo (Brazil)
  • Zmierzch lodowych nimf (Poland)
  • Сумерки ледяных нимф (Russia)
  • Oi nymfes ton pagon sto lykofos (Greece)
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  • 91 min
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Trivia Shelley Duvall was Guy Maddin's only choice for the role of Amelia Glahn. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Twilight of the Ice Nymphs (2011). See more »
Crazy Credits Lead credits contain a stylised question mark under Frank Gorshins name (in reference to his previous role as The Riddler) See more »
Quotes Dr. Issac Solti: Someday, she may shock you, as she did me with the tale of her parents. Her father never met her mother - he was hanged before he had the opportunity. A twisted man of science called Heisler collected the sperm that Julianna's proud papa ejaculated on the gallows when his windpipe snapped. And soon after, Heisler artificially inseminated a hardened prostitute named Vilma, who was apparently willing to try anything once.
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