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Knowing ()


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Ray is a busy career man often leaving his family to go on business trips. After receiving the terminal diagnosis of cancer Ray realizes his largest regret is being too busy to be a real... See more »

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Michael Sharpe ...
Raymond Prentice
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Jennifer Prentice
Kayli Maree Tolleson ...
Maria Prentice
Kelly Coulter ...
Baby Sitter

Directed by

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Tim Vogel

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Tim Vogel ... (story)
 
Raphael Winters ... (written by)

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Tim Vogel ... producer
Raphael Winters ... associate producer

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Jeremy Doss ... (original score music)

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Tim Vogel ... director of photography

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Tim Vogel ... film editor

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Kelly Coulter ... key makeup artist

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Jerry Cashman ... second assistant director

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Tim Vogel ... visual effects artist

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Dave Svenson ... director of photography: second unit / steadicam operator

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Plot Summary

Ray is a busy career man often leaving his family to go on business trips. After receiving the terminal diagnosis of cancer Ray realizes his largest regret is being too busy to be a real husband to his wife or a real father to his daughter. Written by Tim Vogel

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Taglines Knowing when you will die and how much time you have left with your life is both a blessing and a curse. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Knowing (United States)
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  • 24 min
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Budget $6,000 (estimated)

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Trivia Filmed in conjunction with the "Made In Charlotte" Film Competition. 33 Scenes were filmed in two days. 24 scenes were shot in 12 hours on day 1 and the balance over day 2. The full length version of this film is 24-minutes. See more »

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