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Undermind (2003)

| Crime, Drama, Fantasy | 2003 (USA)
This psychological dramatic thriller set in New York City is about one man on a journey to find himself. Derrick, a 27 year-old corporate lawyer with a large trust fund, enters the polar ... See full summary »

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Nevil Dwek
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Cast

Credited cast:
Sam Trammell ... Derrick Hall / Zane Waye
Erik Jensen ... Ian Waye
Susan May Pratt ... Olivia / Lucy
Ellen Pompeo ... Flynn
Celia Weston ... Lillian Hall / Mrs. Winter
Michael Ryan Segal ... Dylan
Aasif Mandvi ... Shark / Roger
P.J. Morrison P.J. Morrison ... Policeman #1
Brad Calcaterra Brad Calcaterra ... Policeman #2
Joseph Mosso Joseph Mosso ... Security Guard
Tara McNamee Tara McNamee ... Wendy Sampson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jessica Blank ... Saleslady / Carrie
Phil Campanella ... Policeman #3
Aliya Campbell Aliya Campbell ... Mary
Kevin Colbert Kevin Colbert ... Doorman
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This psychological dramatic thriller set in New York City is about one man on a journey to find himself. Derrick, a 27 year-old corporate lawyer with a large trust fund, enters the polar opposite world of Zane, a hapless criminal and an aspiring musician. Although the two have never met, and never will, the lives of Derrick and Zane are more connected than either one could ever imagine. One morning the privileged Derrick wakes up in a different apartment, in bed with a woman he has never seen before. It's clear that she knows him, but she calls him Zane. And so does everybody else. From that moment on, Derrick finds himself living Zane's criminal life, where individuals strangely resemble those in his real life: A man he shoots in self defense in this new world resembles his former psychiatrist; Lucy, a manager of an upscale jewelry store that he has been forced to rob is the embodiment of his former girlfriend, Olivia; he takes as hostage a woman who is his mother's doppelganger, as ... Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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2003 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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$1,500,000 (estimated)
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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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Definitely a classic among the "life-swap" genre.
26 December 2004 | by thesocietySee all my reviews

Hollywood has made more than a few movies where two character somehow swap lives for a time and have to adjust. This is one of the best of the genre.

The main characters who end up swapping lives are both 20's, male and have lost their fathers. They differ by being on opposite sides of the legal system, if not societal life altogether. Its almost like two universes only slightly different. Similar people in both doing similar things, but the main character's lives couldn't be more different. The binding similarity between the two universes, was an oath a similar character takes towards the main characters' respective fathers. Of course the "action" universe, where he's in the midst of a very criminal life, is flashier and gets more development, and rightfully so.

This story was just told so well. Its been polished and fine tuned and has excellent pace. Just when you've about had it with a whiny mother, the character has too. Everyone was very realistic. There were some nice little details, all print and writing was backwards in the "action" universe, helping guide you through scenes. You have to watch carefully to and absorb what is happening. Try predicting what's next and you'll just be surprised, not by shock, but from genius. The violence is very limited, mostly ketchup on sweaters, no great car chases, just one car blowup. This is not Hollywood.

Watch it again and you get more from it. The ending had a nice surprise, but the movie didn't need saving by a big ending. How this movie hasn't gotten more press is a shame. Everyone involved in this project deserves congratulations.


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