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S. Darko ()


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Donnie Darko's little sister, Samantha Darko, and her best friend Corey are on a country-cross road trip. They find themselves entangled in a dangerous glitch in the time-space continuum.

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Samantha
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Corey
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Iraq Jack
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Randy
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Frank
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Phil
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Officer O'Dell
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Jeremy
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Trudy
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Agatha
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Pastor John
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Jeff
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Mike
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Baelyn
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Co-Worker (as J.J. Neward)
Bridger El-Bakhi ...
Billy (as Bridger J. El-Bakhi)
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Gregory T. Collett ...
Ted Moncton (uncredited)
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Emily Bates (uncredited)
Kristen Hillier ...
Local Girl (uncredited)
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F.B.I. Agent (uncredited)
Kristina Malota ...
Susie Bates (uncredited)
Thomas McMinn ...
Partier (uncredited)
Ryan Moat ...
Elder Moat (uncredited)
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Barfing Girl / Waitress (uncredited)
Josh Piper ...
Barbecue Guy (uncredited)

Directed by

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Chris Fisher

Written by

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Nate Atkins ... (screenplay) (as Nathan Atkins)
 
Richard Kelly ... (characters)

Produced by

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Kent Beyda ... co-producer
Jim Busfield ... co-producer
Jennifer Lane Connolly ... co-producer
Michael C. Cuddy ... line producer
Adam Fields ... producer
Ash R. Shah ... producer
Sundip R. Shah ... executive producer

Music by

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Ed Harcourt

Cinematography by

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Marvin V. Rush

Film Editing by

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Kent Beyda

Editorial Department

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Milton Adamou ... colorist
Philip Beckner ... on-line editor
Barbara Busfield ... assistant editor
Michael Cioni ... digital intermediate supervisor
Paul Geffre ... digital intermediate supervisor
Gabriel Thorburn ... associate editor
Oscar Velasquez ... post-production assistant

Casting By

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Sig De Miguel
Stephen Vincent

Production Design by

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Alfred Sole

Art Direction by

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Mark J. Mullins

Set Decoration by

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Suzy Eaton

Costume Design by

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Stephanie Strate

Makeup Department

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Christel Edwards ... key makeup artist
Robin Glaser ... makeup department head
Chris Hanson ... special makeup effects supervisor
Emma-Lee Hoganson ... key hair stylist
Rachel Schroeder ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Michael C. Cuddy ... unit production manager
Todd King ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Donald Hauer ... first assistant director
James Jackson ... second second assistant director
Peter Silberstein ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Terry Beaver ... set dresser
Andrew Buys ... swing
Jonathan Hallett ... storyboard artist
Chris Hansen ... set dresser
Kenneth Hill ... leadman
Thomas O'Meara IV ... set dresser
Rodrigo Rivas ... art department coordinator
Joachim Seisay ... storyboard artist
Linden Snyder ... set designer
Anthony Straga ... on-set dresser
Bruce Wing ... property master
Travis Wing ... assistant property master

Sound Department

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Sean Foye ... foley mixer
Judah Getz ... adr mixer
Parker Jones ... boom operator
Eric Lalicata ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor
Paul H. Maritsas ... sound mixer
Alexander Markowski ... ADR Mixer
Charles Maynes ... sound designer
Stephen Rippey ... boom operator
John Sanacore ... adr mixer
Dan Snow ... sound supervisor
Matt Soule ... sound editor

Special Effects by

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Mark Arcolio ... special effects assistant
Cafe Noir ... special effects (as Michael Jones Everett)

Visual Effects by

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Milton Adamou ... visual effects
Daniel Chuba ... visual effects producer
Mark A.Z. Dippé ... visual effects producer
Les Hunter ... visual effects producer: Hammerhead Productions
Yeonsoo Kim ... visual effects artist
Youngki Lee ... visual effects producer
Bongkyu Lim ... digital compositor: digiart
Sung Oh Moon ... lead animator
Hailey Soyoung Park ... visual effects line producer
Min Su Park ... visual effects supervisor
Tracy Park ... visual effects assistant
Cindy Rago ... visual effects assistant
Jaesoon Ryu ... visual effects artist
Kel Story ... visual effects assistant
Wes Takahashi ... visual effects producer
Ian Vertovec ... additional visual effects
Hyunseong Yu ... animator
Junshik-Raul Yun ... visual effects coordinator: digiart

Stunts

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Frank L. Bare II ... stunt coordinator
Jeff Chumas ... stunt rigger
Kathy Jarvis ... stunt double: Daveigh Chase
Katie Sciuto ... stunt double

Camera and Electrical Department

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William Boaz ... best boy electric
Clayton Chase ... still photographer
Clay Essig ... grip
Jesse Evans ... Steadicam operator
Reed Fanning ... electrician
John Farr ... gaffer
Alex Fraughton ... electrician
Steve Freebairn ... data management editor
Tom Froysland ... electrician
Steve Gilbert ... dolly grip
Brandon Gleave ... best boy electric
Jeff Gustafson ... video technician
Shawn Lacy ... key grip
Mike Law ... grip
Mike Law ... grip
Nathan D. Lee ... second assistant camera
Scott Leyse ... first assistant camera
William Long ... electrician (as Bill Long)
Kory Mills ... best boy / electric
Jeremy Neish ... data management editor
Stephanie Ollerton ... second assistant camera
Jason Painter ... first assistant camera
Jonathon Porter ... best boy grip
Robert 'Dobber' Price ... first assistant camera
Patrick Reddish ... camera operator: "b" camera
Michael Rush ... second assistant camera
Jonathan Sizemore ... gaffer
Nathan Stock ... grip (as Nate Stock)
Shawn Turner ... electrician

Casting Department

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Jessica Gee-George ... adr voice casting (as Jessica Gee)
Grant George ... adr voice casting
Shawn Mehling ... extras casting director

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Barbara Lambert ... key costumer
Mike Law ... costumer
Amy J. Roberts ... assistant costume designer (as Amy Jean Roberts) / costume supervisor (as Amy Jean Roberts)
Mercedes Williamson ... wardrobe assistant

Location Management

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Dennis Light ... location manager
Chris Nugent ... assistant location manager
George A. Villalba ... location crew

Music Department

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Gerry Cueller ... music supervisor
Greg Danylyshyn ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Britani Alexander ... transportation coordinator
Larry Alexander ... transportation captain
Hayley Badham ... transportation coordinator assistant
Jason Barker ... stakebed driver
James Buchanan ... head driver
Cody Cross ... truck driver
Peter Daniels ... truck driver
Donald Draper ... driver: grip truck
Jeff Fischer ... transportation co-captain
Rafael Flores ... truck driver
Benjamin J. Fox ... additional driver
Bob Hoversten ... driver: honeywagon
Darrell Karren ... stakebed driver
Ryan McDowell ... van driver
Jennifer Miller ... additional driver
Thad Paget ... van driver
Daniel Smithwick ... truck driver
Anthony Stafford ... truck driver
Michael Swidnicki ... van driver
Stew Webster ... additional driver

Other crew

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Matt Blackshear ... data management (as Matthew Blackshear)
Jeremy Christiansen ... intern
Denise Clarke ... set medic
Perry L. Coomans ... key craft service
Myke Dixon ... data management
Maki Doolittle ... set production assistant
Alex Farrington ... set medic
Larry Filion ... stand-in
Lorna M. Foley ... set teacher
Robert Fyvolent ... production legal
Terry Gaertner ... production coordinator
Galen Gilbert ... production coordinator: Los Angeles Unit
Nancy Govednik ... first assistant accountant
Charles Heaphy ... production financing
Mariah Breitel Hembree ... post script services (as Mariah Breitel)
Matthew Jensen ... chef (as Matt Jensen)
Joe Jurisic ... stand-in
Kristin Ludwin ... script supervisor
Michael J. McCombs ... chef assistant
Douglas W. McHenry ... production accountant
Mike Miner ... assistant production office coordinator
Marshall D. Moore ... film commissioner
Jasmin Murray ... set production assistant
Aaron Nelson ... production assistant
Paul Rehder ... data management
Deidre Rigby ... craft service assistant
Paul F. Ruegner ... chef
Jessica Segura ... stand-in
Joanne Valdez ... production assistant / stand-in
Juan Pablo Vasquez ... chef assistant
Ryan Vega ... data management
Spanky Dustin Ward ... b.t.s.
Tommy Woodard ... film commission specialist: Utah

Thanks

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Rahim Kazi ... special thanks
Michael Prince ... special thanks (as Mike Prince)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

July, 1995, the time is out of joint. Two teen girls, Sam and Corey, have left Virginia for L.A. to start over. Sam's brother has died and her family's shattered; Corey's too wild. They have car trouble in a small desert town, where Corey immediately starts her partying ways, where a meteorite strikes a windmill, and where a burned-out Desert Storm vet predicts the end of the world in four days. Sam hallucinates while sleepwalking, young men have disappeared from town, and cars come out of nowhere to cause accidents. Time travel may be possible, but it takes courage and resolve. Is the addled war veteran right? If he is, can Corey or Sam make things right? Written by

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Taglines It's Time To Travel Forward See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • S. Darko: A Donnie Darko Tale (United States)
  • Donnie Darko 2 (United States)
  • Donnie Darko 2 (United Kingdom)
  • S. Darko: Donnie Darko 2 (United Kingdom)
  • Donnie Darko 2 - L'héritage du sang (France)
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Runtime
  • 103 min
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Budget $4,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia This film was made on a 25 day schedule, for under $4 million. See more »
Goofs The matinée lists Twelve Monkeys (1995) and Strange Days (1995) as the films currently showing, but neither film was showing nationally as of July 1995 when the story is set. Strange Days premiered in October of 1995 and Twelve Monkeys came out in January of 1996. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in S. Darko (2014). See more »
Soundtracks Alive Alone See more »
Quotes [last lines]
Randy: Where you gonna go?
Sam: Virginia.
Randy: What's it like?
Sam: Sucks.
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