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The Desperate Hour ()

Lakewood (original title)
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A mother desperately races against time to save her child as authorities place her small town on lockdown.

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Amy
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Noah
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Robert Ellis
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Emily
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Heather
Woodrow Schrieber ...
Detective Paulson
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CJ
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Greg Minor
Debra Wilson ...
Dedra Wilkinson
Christopher Marren ...
Peter (as Chris Marren)
Jacqueline King Schiller ...
Susan
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Emergency Police
Shari Flett ...
Norma Howley
Evelyn Wiebe ...
McKenzie
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Misses Fischer
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Amy's Mother
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Lyft Driver
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Sergeant Brandt
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Female Officer
Finley Sellers ...
Crying Girl
Todd Collins ...
News Reporter
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News Reporter (as Zehra Fazel)
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Wall Guy
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Off-Screen Reader

Directed by

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Phillip Noyce ... (directed by)

Written by

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Chris Sparling ... (written by) (as Christopher Sparling)

Produced by

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Devin Andre ... executive producer
C.J. Barbato ... associate producer (as CJ Barbato)
Andrew Corkin ... producer (as Andrew D. Corkin) / producer
Jason De Beer ... associate producer
Alex Dong ... executive producer
Beau Ferris ... co-producer
Lori Fischburg ... line producer
Theo James ... executive producer
Aaron Kaplan ... executive producer
Alex Lalonde ... producer
Chris Parker ... producer
Zack Schiller ... producer
Chris Sparling ... producer (as Christopher Sparling) / producer
L. Warren Thompson ... associate producer
Naomi Watts ... producer
Tyler Zacharia ... executive producer

Music by

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Fil Eisler

Cinematography by

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John Brawley ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Lee Haugen

Editorial Department

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Darcy Arthurs ... digital intermediate producer
Frank Biasi ... packaging editor
Mark Kueper ... digital intermediate colorist
David Townsend ... post-production coordinator
Jeremy Weinstein ... first assistant editor
Jered Zalman ... additional editor / first assistant editor

Casting By

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Stephanie Gorin

Production Design by

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Zosia Mackenzie

Art Direction by

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John O'Regan

Set Decoration by

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Karen Churma

Costume Design by

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Amanda Lee Street

Makeup Department

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Nikita Feifel ... key makeup artist
Traci Loader ... makeup department head
Ashley Nay ... key hair stylist
Nathan Rival ... hair department head

Production Management

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Lori Fischburg ... production manager
James Gilchrist ... unit manager
Christine Rochon ... assistant production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Alexandre Champagne ... second assistant director
Beau Ferris ... first assistant director
Cael O'Connor ... fourth assistant director

Art Department

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Lisa Duhaime-Gibson ... assistant art director
Daniel Lacroix ... onset dresser

Sound Department

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Tristan Baylis ... adr mixer
Rob Bertola ... sound designer
Alan deGraaf ... re-recording mixer
Samson Glogowski ... boom operator
Kelly McGahey ... sound effects editor
Daryl Purdy ... sound recordist
Jamison Rabbe ... adr mixer
Virginia Storey ... foley artist
David Yonson ... foley mixer

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Michael J. Eves ... digital compositor
Jagdeep Saggu ... digital compositor
Vikas Wadekar ... compositor

Stunts

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Krista Bell ... stunt double : Naomi Watts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Dwain Barrick ... digital imaging technician
Adam Breckon ... second assistant camera: b camera
Jacquelyn Cooney ... camera trainee
Kandiss Gravel ... Generator Operator
Keith Hlady ... camera operator: "b" camera / director of photography: second unit
Sabrina Lantos ... still photographer
Yoann Malnati ... a: camera/steadicam operator
Denis Zemtsov ... first assistant camera 2nd unit

Casting Department

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Susan Boyajian ... adr voice casting
Brendan Wilcocks ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Stephanie Smethurst ... assistant costume designer

Music Department

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Nero Bellum ... musician: Synthesizer Programming
Michael Bouska ... score mixer
Lorenzo Carrano ... Orchestrator
Tim Davies ... lead orchestrator
F.A.M.E.'S. Project ... orchestra and studio contractor
Will Kaplan ... music editor
Jeremy Levy ... orchestrator
Sarah Lynch ... orchestrator
Charlie Sehres ... Score Editor
Del Spiva ... music editor
Brittany Whyte ... music supervisor

Script and Continuity Department

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Jenny Mac ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Luke Auger ... transportation captain
Jimi Campbell ... transportation
Tim Ervick ... production driver
Seth Gagnon ... transportation coordinator

Additional Crew

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Dillon Bedard ... production assistant
Tanner Brazier ... accounting trainee / office production assistant
Daralynn D'Angelo ... office production assistant
Sharisse Gregory ... office production assistant
Brandon Mayer ... 1st assistant production coordinator
Hannah McLean ... post production accountant
Cael O'Connor ... producer assistant
John Petti ... production coordinator
Miranda Valenti ... assistant: Mr. Noyce

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Alexander Yves Brunner ... special thanks: Sold By

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Recently widowed mother Amy Carr is doing her best to restore normalcy to the lives of her young daughter and teenage son in their small town. As she's on a jog in the woods, she finds her town thrown into chaos as a shooting takes place at her son's school. Miles away, on foot in the dense forest, Amy desperately races against time to save her son. Written by Tiboriyo

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Taglines Time is Running Out See more »
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Also Known As
  • The Desperate Hour (United States)
  • The Desperate Hour (New Zealand, English title)
  • The Desperate Hour (United Kingdom)
  • The Desperate Hour (France)
  • The Desperate Hour (Germany)
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  • 84 min
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Trivia Filmed in North Bay, Ontario. See more »
Goofs Greg's cellphone number was stored in Amy's phone when he calls her back. If she wanted to speak to him specifically on his cellphone, she should have just called it (rather than calling the office landline, being patched through to him, and then requesting that he call her back on his cell). See more »
Soundtracks We'll All Be Alright See more »
Quotes Amy Carr: Why are you asking me these questions?
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