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Grasshopper ()


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Grasshopper is the tragic story of two people fighting to break down the walls which stand in the way of human communication. Travis hides behind technology, such as cell phones and... See more »

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Terri
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Jim Donald Ellis ...
Charlie (as Jim Ellis)
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Marcus Wynnycky ...
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Directed by

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Eric Kmetz

Written by

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Eric Kmetz ... ()

Produced by

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Denise Bitidis ... producer
Oliver Garrett ... line producer

Music by

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Vivek Maddala

Cinematography by

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Edward Button ... (as Ed Button)

Film Editing by

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Michael Sheehan

Casting By

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Terri Taylor

Production Design by

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Mark S. Turner

Art Direction by

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Nathan Lay

Costume Design by

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Claire Breaux

Makeup Department

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Gabriela Banda ... assistant makeup artist
Shannon Johnson ... assistant hair stylist
David Michaud ... key hair stylist / key makeup artist
Kelly Swearingen ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Kristifor Cvijetic ... unit production manager
Louie Provost ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Bianca Biagioni ... second second assistant director
David Emery ... assistant director
Travis Gerndt ... second assistant director
Tim Waterman ... second assistant director: additional photography

Art Department

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Carol Fahey ... property master
Chris Anthony Miller ... visual consultant
Leslie Bell ... graphic designer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Kit Conners ... second boom operator
Arran Murphy ... sound mixer
Randolph Saucedo ... sound mixer
Naoki Taira ... boom operator
Scott Westley ... sound designer

Special Effects by

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Diana Mitchell ... special effects makeup

Camera and Electrical Department

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Beau B. Bellgraph ... second second assistant camera
Peter Beskodarny ... Steadicam loader / assistant camera
Miguel Bunster ... electrician (as Miguel Teitelboim)
Peter CabadaHagan ... second assistant camera (as Peter Hagan)
Jonathon Carmichael ... best boy grip
Christina Fiers ... first assistant camera
Nicole Fournier ... still photographer
Joe Grzekowiak ... grip
Liz Hinlien ... electrician
Julia Joseph ... second assistant camera
Benjamin Kilmer ... grip
Mun-il Kim ... camera operator
Bryant Lemelle ... best boy electric
Jason Musco ... gaffer
Keiko Nakahara ... first assistant camera
Catherine Pallascio ... film loader
Steven Romeyn ... electrician
Brian P. Sanders ... videographer (as Brian Sanders)
Becky Sapp ... still photographer
Chris Sorensen ... still photographer
Jeff Stewart ... gaffer
Sandra Stojanovic ... electrician
Sandra Valde-Hansen ... electrician (as Sandra Valde)
Ramian E. Williams ... key grip
Tanner Wolfe ... grip

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Stephanie Elzas ... costumer
Jennifer Perrault ... wardrobe assistant

Music Department

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Yako Stavrolakes ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Travis Jones ... production driver

Other crew

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Bianca Biagioni ... assistant to producers / office production assistant
Stephanie Brennan ... assistant to producer
Emily Button ... production assistant
Debbie Chaney ... production assistant
Jamie Collelo ... production assistant
Genevieve Senden Fields ... production assistant
Stan Garner ... train coordinator
Hanna Hall ... key set production assistant
Mieke Jones ... production assistant
Isaura Juan-Aracil ... production assistant
Steven Rodriguez ... production assistant
Mary Shellogg ... script supervisor
Meagan Stockemer ... production assistant
Emmanuel Velasquez ... production assistant
Rebecca Woodring ... production assistant

Thanks

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Danny Del Toro ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Grasshopper is the tragic story of two people fighting to break down the walls which stand in the way of human communication. Travis hides behind technology, such as cell phones and computers, to avoid emotional interaction with others. Terri hides behind make-up, high heels and prostitution to avoid emotional interaction with others. Their lives intersect for a brief evening when Terri finds Travis' phone which he left behind on a train. This happy accident brings them together, but by the end of the evening, a tragic event will change them forever. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Grasshopper (United States)
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  • 20 min
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Box Office

Budget $65,000 (estimated)

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