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Misdirection (2010)

Synopsis: Peter, the grandson of the famous magician, Castulo The Magnificent, discovers his grandfather's greatest secret, and it is more dangerous than he can possibly imagine.

Director:

Doron Kipper

Writer:

Doron Kipper
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Castulo Guerra ... Castulo The Magnificent
Jeff Kongs ... Peter
Scott Carino Scott Carino ... Karsten
Jeanne Baron Jeanne Baron ... Anya
Max W. Jenkins Max W. Jenkins ... Young Peter
Richard Warren Richard Warren ... Tony (as Richard Lewis Warren)
Madison Rothschild ... Maggie (as Madison Moellers)
Carrie Keagan ... Fiona
Jonas Dickson Jonas Dickson ... Max
Daniel Marin ... Bumbling Magician (as Daniel A. Marin)
Brad Standley Brad Standley ... Stage Manager (Present)
Lonnie Dilan Lonnie Dilan ... Majin (Past)
Charlotte Labadie Charlotte Labadie ... Young Girl (End)
Nancy Jean Gray Nancy Jean Gray ... Ventriloquist
Seth P. Hansen Seth P. Hansen ... Magician In Straitjacket
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Synopsis: Peter, the grandson of the famous magician, Castulo The Magnificent, discovers his grandfather's greatest secret, and it is more dangerous than he can possibly imagine.

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Pick a card, and guard it with your life


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

May 2011 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

The majority of the special effects were executed in-camera. By avoiding the use of computer graphics, many of the effects hold up on screen as magic tricks themselves. For this reason, many of the effects were carried out in a single-shot so that editing could not break the illusion. The only shots that utilized computer graphics were the two involving the glowing orb of light and the shot of the falling cards (the cards themselves were shot at 1000fps with a Phantom camera falling against a blue-screen, the only computer enhancements were the removal of the blue and compositing of the different card drops to create one seamless image of all the cards falling). The titles were generated in AfterFX, but the fire in the opening was also real fire shot with a Phantom and ramped to different speeds with software. See more »

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