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A former L.A. drug dealer has moved to Houston to make a new life for himself as a married architect. Everything falls apart when he is suddenly visited by one of his former cohorts who comes carrying heroin.

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Casey
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Nick
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Dallas
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Billy Hill
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Christine
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Dr. Jarvis
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Ice
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Kasarov
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Cashier
Bari K. Willerford ...
Cop
Richard Wong ...
Mr. Wong
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Jimmy
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Ballpean
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Jary
Jeff Sanders ...
Ballpean's Bodyguard
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Domino Player (as Michael Darnell)
Eugene Collier ...
Domino Player
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Pregnant Woman
Tony Colon ...
Allen
Sam Hiona ...
Businessman

Directed by

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Skip Woods

Written by

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Skip Woods ... (written by)

Produced by

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W. Mark McNair ... line producer
Alan Poul ... producer
Christine Sheaks ... co-producer
Skip Woods ... co-producer

Music by

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Luna

Cinematography by

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Denis Lenoir

Film Editing by

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Peter Schink
Paul Trejo

Editorial Department

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Anthony Gore ... apprentice editor
Kristen Helsing ... assistant editor
Glenn Kiser ... post-production executive
Martha Pike ... first assistant editor
Rachel Rosenman ... post-production coordinator
Mike Stanwick ... color timer
Trudy Yee ... first assistant editor

Casting By

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Christine Sheaks

Production Design by

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Chris Anthony Miller

Art Direction by

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Benjamin Ball

Set Decoration by

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Greta Grigorian

Costume Design by

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Mark Bridges

Makeup Department

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David DeLeon ... additional makeup artist
Heidi Grotsky ... key hair stylist / key makeup artist
Margie Kaklamanos ... additional makeup artist (as Margie Latinopoulos)
Pam Phillips ... key hair stylist (as Pamela Phillips) / key makeup artist (as Pamela Phillips)
Jay Wejebe ... makeup artist: Mr. Rourke

Production Management

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Joseph Anaya ... post-production supervisor
Tim Clawson ... executive in charge of production / unit production manager
Joel Hatch ... production supervisor
Sue Jennings ... production supervisor
Linda Shamest ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Eric Mofford ... first assistant director
Patrick Yew ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Douglas Berkeley ... set designer (as Douglas D. Berkeley)
Bryce Holtshousen ... lead man
Kyla MacTaggart ... lead scenic
Fred M. Ortiz ... assistant property master
Mike Ortiz ... props
Josh Persoff ... set dresser
Robert Piser ... scenic artist
Jodi Tripi ... art department coordinator
Bryan Turk ... carpenter
Daniel Turk ... construction coordinator
Danny L. Turk ... carpenter

Sound Department

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Mike Draghi ... re-recording mixer
Cameron Hamza ... sound mixer
Harry Harris ... dialogue editor
Marydixie Kirkpatrick ... boom operator
Phillip A. Kovats ... sound effects editor
Kurt Kuenne ... sound effects editor
John Post ... foley artist
Andy Potvin ... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Bashar Abd Rabbou ... sound effects editor (as Bashar A. Rabbus)
Frank Serafine ... re-recording mixer
Christopher M. Taylor ... sound mixer

Special Effects by

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Ryan Arndt ... special effects
Alex R. Felix III ... special effects
John E. Gray ... special effects coordinator
Terry W. King ... special effects
Brett Stern ... specialty props

Visual Effects by

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Dan Winthrop ... opticals

Stunts

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Clay Boss ... stunts
Kofi Elam ... stunts (as Kofi W. Elam)
Al Goto ... stunts
Zena Leigh Logan ... stunt double: Paulina Porizkova (as Zena Leigh)
Johnny Martin ... stunts
Dave McLauren ... stunts
Laura Palmer ... stunt double: Paulina Porizkova (as Petra Sexton)
Manny Perry ... stunts
B.L. Richmond ... stunt coordinator
Bro Richmond ... stunts (as Maro-Uo Richmond)
Kimberly L. Ryusaki ... stunts (as Kim Ryusaki)
Eddie L. Watkins ... stunts (as Eddie Watkins)
Keith Woulard ... stunts
Al Goto ... stunt coordinator (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Dennis 'Dink' Adams ... key grip (as Dennis Adams)
Steven A. Adelson ... steadicam operator (as Steve Adelson)
David A. Armstrong ... first assistant camera (as David Armstrong)
Roman W. Bennett ... electrician (as Roman Bennett)
Joe Clarke ... best boy grip (as Joe P. Clarke)
Adam Crocker ... grip
Sean Patrick Crowell ... key rigging grip
Tony X. Deale ... dolly grip
Stefan Fernandez ... rigging electrician
David Gazzana ... rigging electrician (as Dave Gazzana)
Paul Goodstein ... grip
Owen Hablutzel ... grip
R. Dana Harlow ... grip (as Dana Harlow)
Dan Hofstad ... electrician
Denis Lenoir ... camera operator
Jeff Levy ... gaffer
Christopher Lucchese ... grip (as Chris Lucchese)
Gideon Markham ... best boy electric (as Gideon Wadstrom)
Vladimir Melnik ... rigging electrician
Christopher Miller ... second assistant camera
Justin Mitchell ... electrician
Melissa Moseley ... still photographer
Brendan O'Regan ... electrician
Christopher Probst ... first assistant camera
Beau Damon Richards ... electrician
Chris Robertson ... rigging gaffer
Chris J. Rossi ... dolly grip (as Chris Rossi)
Giorgio Scala ... additional camera operator
William Skinner ... electrician
Justin Stroh ... electrician
Jake Sullivan ... camera loader
Don Telles ... grip (as Don 'Geronimo' Telles)
Ron Veto ... steadicam operator
Todd Weaver ... rigging electrician
Dennis K. Wilson ... dolly grip
Erik Wolford ... grip
James Young ... electrician

Casting Department

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Leigh French ... voice casting
Wendy Howell ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Susan Doepner-Senac ... wardrobe supervisor
Mary Kay Jensen ... wardrobe
Linda J. McCarthy ... set costumer

Location Management

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Steven F. Hasson ... location manager
Scott Mosher ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Frankie Pine ... music supervisor
Dawn Solér ... executive in charge of music: PolyGram Filmed Entertainment (as Dawn Soler)
Lee Wall ... composer: additional music

Script and Continuity Department

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Hilary Momberger-Powers ... script supervisor (as Hilary Momberger-Abrams)

Transportation Department

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Antonio Molina ... transportation coordinator

Additional Crew

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Peter Atherton ... assistant to director
David Boyle ... Vice President: Legal And Business Affairs (Propaganda Films)
Marc Brunswick ... production assistant
Paul Hargrave ... executive location manager: Propaganda Films
Mark D. Houston ... post-production accountant
Mary Jasionowski ... production accountant
Robin Leff ... unit publicist
Zena Leigh Logan ... body double: Paulina Porizkova (as Zena Leigh)
David Clayton Miller ... assistant to producer
Laura Palmer ... body double: Paulina Porizkova (as Petra Sexton)
Daysun Perkins ... assistant: Mr. Woods (as Daysun S. Perkins)
Fairai Richmond ... p.a.
Michael Vasquez ... assistant accountant / first assistant accountant
Jen Wall ... production coordinator
Dan Winthrop ... titles: designer/director

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The movie opens in a Los Angeles convenience store one late Monday night, where a smalltime drug dealer named Nick (Aaron Eckhart) is trying to decide what coffee brand to buy. His ex-lover Dallas (Paulina Porizkova) and fellow hitman Billy Hill (James LeGros) are getting impatient and tell him to hurry up. Conflicts between Nick and the cashier (Luck Hari) ensue, resulting in Dallas shooting the cashier dead. Though the three attempt to cover up the crime, they are forced to also shoot a police officer (Bari K. Willerford) when he discovers blood on the ground. Written by peter markov

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Taglines They say the past always catches up with you. This could be the day. See more »
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Also Known As
  • C'est pas mon jour! (France)
  • Thursday - Ein mörderischer Tag (Germany)
  • Jueves (Spain)
  • Štvrtok - vražedný deň (Slovakia)
  • Egy nehéz nap (Hungary)
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Runtime
  • 87 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $1,971, 15 Nov 1998

Did You Know?

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Trivia Casey's house where everything takes place is in the suburbs of Houston, Texas. See more »
Goofs When Casey walks onto his front lawn to get the morning paper he takes at least 9 steps in the grass. Then he gets caught off guard when in the sprinkler comes on, and he takes only 3 little hops to get back onto the sidewalk. Although he obviously came from a different direction. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in What Dreams May Come/A Night at the Roxbury/Snitch/Antz (1998). See more »
Soundtracks Guiding Star See more »
Quotes Casey: There's a .45 in the fridge, and you grab a FUCKING frying pan!
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