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A writer with a declining career arrives in a small town as part of his book tour and gets caught up in a murder mystery involving a young girl. That night in a dream, he is approached by a... See more »

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Hall Baltimore
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Sheriff Bobby LaGrange
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V.
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Poe
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Denise
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Sam
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Pastor Allan Floyd
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Flamingo
Bruce A. Miroglio ...
Deputy Arbus
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Melvin
Lisa Bailes ...
Ruth
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Caroline
Lucas Rice Jordan ...
P.J.
Fiona Medaris ...
Vicky
Katie Crom ...
Circe
Lucy Bunter ...
Library Assistant
Dorothy Tchelistcheff ...
Miss Gladys
Lorraine Gaudet ...
Operator
Stacey Mattina ...
Woman in Store
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Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lisa Biales ...
Ruth (uncredited)
Kristine Hayworth ...
Eclipse (uncredited)
Marisa Lenhardt ...
Herself - Opera Singer (uncredited)
Davia Schendel ...
Goth Girl (Extra) (uncredited)

Directed by

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Francis Ford Coppola

Written by

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Francis Ford Coppola ... (written by)

Produced by

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Francis Ford Coppola ... producer
Josh Griffith ... associate producer
Anahid Nazarian ... executive producer
Fred Roos ... executive producer
Masa Tsuyuki ... associate producer
Adriana Rotaru ... line producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Dan Deacon
Osvaldo Golijov

Cinematography by

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Mihai Malaimare Jr.

Film Editing by

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Kevin Bailey ... (as Kevin N. Bailey)
Glen Scantlebury
Robert Schafer

Editorial Department

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John A. Brickley ... editorial assistant
Carey Burens ... digital intermediate assistant
Miles Burke ... post-production assistant
Colin Guthrie ... post-production coordinator (as Colin W. Guthrie)
Josh Jones ... additional editor
Chris Martin ... digital intermediate artist
J.D. Ashe ... 3d stereolab technician (uncredited)
Colin Guthrie ... additional editing (uncredited)

Art Direction by

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Jimmy DiMarcellis

Set Decoration by

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Katherine Covell

Costume Design by

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Marjorie Bowers

Makeup Department

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David Atherton ... additional hair / additional makeup
Aurora Bergere ... hair designer / makeup designer
Ashleigh Louer ... additional hair / additional makeup

Production Management

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Darren M. Demetre ... unit production manager
Adriana Rotaru ... production manager
Gregory Kent Simmons ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Brendon Breese ... second assistant director
Darren M. Demetre ... first assistant director
Shelly Heyward ... second assistant director
Gregory Kent Simmons ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Jerry Adams ... carpenter
Chris Appelhans ... storyboard artist
Ryan Bozajian ... storyboard artist
John Paul Goorjian ... property master (as John-Paul Goorjian)
J.B. Griffith ... carpenter
David Hopp ... swing gang
Ross Parsons ... set dresser
Ryan Bozajian ... concept artist (uncredited)
Lisa Clark ... set designer: chickering grave (uncredited)
Anne Kendall ... construction coordinator: chickering grave (uncredited)
Ben Merrell ... tattoo artist (uncredited)
Marc Schwarzberg ... graphic artist (uncredited)
Gábor Szügyi ... digital matte painter (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Charles Barr ... boom operator (as Charlie Barr)
Richard Beggs ... sound designer / sound re-recording mixer
Ronni Brown ... foley walker
Ed Callahan ... supervising sound editor
Sin Cohen ... additional sound re-recording mixer
Simon Coke ... foley editor
Chris Gridley ... adr editor
Colin Guthrie ... sound recordist
Wes Kobernick ... sound effects editor
Oscar Mitt ... sound assistant
Jesse Rosenman ... apprentice sound editor
William Storkson ... foley supervisor
Masa Tsuyuki ... adr supervisor
Kevin Walker ... boom operator
Angie Yesson ... re-recording mixer
Colin Guthrie ... additional sound editing (uncredited) / adr recordist (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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John LaNoue ... special effects (as John Lanoue)
Doug E. Williams ... special effects coordinator (as Doug Williams)
Dick Wood ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Daphne Apellanes-Ackerson ... compositor
Jason Arrieta ... compositor
Robert Brunelle ... lead engineer: 3D (as Robert 'Bruno' Brunelle)
Byungsun Choi ... stereographer
Junyoung Chung ... roto-paint artist
Catherine Craig ... matte painter
Ondrej Ctibor ... senior compositor
Ales Dlabac ... department head: 3D
David Ebner ... senior stereographer
Todd Gill ... lighting/compositing lead
Benjamin Hawkins ... compositing supervisor (as Ben Hawkins)
Lukas Herrmann ... department head: matte painting
Amy Hollywood Wixson ... visual effects producer
Martin Hromadko ... data operator
Karen Huang ... stereo producer: StereoPictures 3D
Josh Jones ... visual effects
Tomas Kalhous ... department head: 2D
Vít Komrzý ... visual effects producer (as Vit Komrzy)
Martin Kostun ... matte painting
Yongpil Lee ... paint lead
Lenka Likarova ... visual effects production
Jaroslav Matys ... visual effects coordinator
Viktor Muller ... visual effects supervisor
Darren Orr ... studio manager: Spy
Vince Pace ... stereographer
Schuyler Pappas ... visual effects producer
Yangwook Park ... stereo conversion lead (as Yangwook Park)
Chris Sanchez ... compositor
Ann Sidenblad ... digital modeler
Kirsten Walters ... visual effects production assistant
Petr Zloty ... 3d artist
Kevin Bailey ... visual effects (uncredited)
Ryan Bozajian ... visual effects supervisor: on set (uncredited)
Michal Cavoj ... digital effects artist (uncredited)
Catherine Craig ... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Blanka Faitova ... compositor (uncredited)
Tamás Fiedler ... 3D tracking (uncredited)
Matüs Garaj ... digital matte paint artist: UPP (uncredited)
Lukas Hytych ... compositor (uncredited)
Matthew Frederick Johnson ... visual effects assistant data wrangler (uncredited)
Helena Keslova ... compositor (uncredited)
Vsevolod Korovin ... senior digital matte painter (uncredited)
Vaclav Kostun ... 3D tracking (uncredited)
Jirí Linhart ... 3d artist (uncredited)
Péter Németh ... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Attila Polgár ... compositor (uncredited)
Jakub Ruzicka ... compositor (uncredited)
Abhishek Saikia ... menu design (uncredited)
Ann Sidenblad ... concept modeler (uncredited)
Josef Skvrcek ... compositor (uncredited)
Jan Sladecko ... compositor (uncredited)
Mátyás Szabó ... senior compositor (uncredited)
Attila Szapek ... compositor (uncredited)
Pál Tauszig ... compositor (uncredited)
Frantisek Vaclavek ... visual effects artist (uncredited)

Stunts

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Thomas Dewier ... stunt coordinator (as Thomas DeWier)
Brett A. Jones ... stunt double (as Brett Jones)
Clint Jones ... utility stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Thomas Bango ... assistant camera: 3D
Eric Blum ... gaffer
Robin Charters ... 3d camera systems engineer
Gary Gill ... best boy grip
Jim Hays ... 3d producer
Clif Henry ... best boy electric (as Cliff Henry)
Kalman Muller ... still photographer
Jason Michael Noel ... best boy grip (as Jason Noel)
Devon Taaffe ... second assistant camera
Ian S. Takahashi ... first assistant camera (as Ian Takahashi)
Phil Walker ... convergence operator
Marc Wall ... key grip
Natalie Weiss ... second assistant camera
Jeremy Wong ... first assistant camera
Jonathan Bowerbank ... assistant camera (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Florentine Mocanu ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Lori Rozzi ... assistant costume designer

Location Management

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Peter Moody ... location manager

Music Department

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Cyro Baptista ... musician: percussion
Jenny Flower ... additional music editing
Arturo Rodriguez ... orchestrator
Raul Rosa ... additional music arranger / music editor
Lev Zhurbin ... orchestrator
Arturo Rodriguez ... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Raul Rosa ... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Lev Zhurbin ... composer: additional music (uncredited)

Other crew

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Cecelia Baloian ... studio teacher
Tyler Beem ... production assistant
Alrik Bursell ... production coordinator
Gia Coppola ... creative consultant
Alexis Forni ... production accountant
Ken Gaudet ... production assistant
Kristine Hayworth ... assistant: Val Kilmer (as Jamie Phillips)
Brandon Heidt ... production assistant
Matt Lazzaretti ... post-production intern
Paula Lima ... production assistant
Patrick Lundberg ... post-production intern
Sean Nichols Lynch ... production assistant (as Sean Lynch)
James T. Mockoski ... production coordinator
Alex Neil ... post-production intern
Daniel Pappas ... assistant: Val Kilmer
Ric Perada ... production assistant
Isaac Pingree ... production assistant
Patricia Prestinary ... librarian
Bill Rowe ... production assistant
Kai Stark ... production assistant
Vito Triglia ... production assistant
James Cotner ... stand-in (uncredited)
Brian Nailing ... cook (uncredited)
Santos P. Rodriguez ... chef (uncredited)
Marc Schwarzberg ... graphic artist (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A writer with a declining career arrives in a small town as part of his book tour and gets caught up in a murder mystery involving a young girl. That night in a dream, he is approached by a mysterious young ghost named V. He's unsure of her connection to the murder in the town, but is grateful for the story being handed to him. Ultimately he is led to the truth of the story, surprised to find that the ending has more to do with his own life than he could ever have anticipated. Written by Production

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Also Known As
  • Twixt Now and Sunrise (United States)
  • Virginia (Japan, English title)
  • Twixt - Virginias Geheimnis (Germany)
  • A Ilusão (Portugal)
  • Između svjetova (Croatia)
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Runtime
  • 88 min
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Budget $7,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Director Francis Ford Coppola had originally intended the film as a type of "live editing" experiment using groundbreaking digital editing technology. Coppola intended to act as a sort of conductor during every screening of the film, lengthening or shortening scenes and even changing plot elements depending on the audience response. This caused long delays in the film's release and ultimately proved impractical, forcing Coppola to do a locked edit of the film, integrating elements from all various permutations of the story. See more »
Goofs When Hall Baltimore first goes to the hotel in the dream he orders just a beer. The beer is set in front of him and has a large head of foam. In the next scene the foam is gone. When the scene resumes the foam is back. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Wolf of Wall Street and 2013 Re-cap (2014). See more »
Soundtracks Big Rock Candy Mountain See more »
Quotes [first lines]
Narrator: There was, once upon a time, a town not far from a big city. A road ran through, but there were only a few businesses. A coffee shop, a hardware store, a sheriff's office. And all kinds of people. Vagrants, run away teens, religious fanatics, retired seniors who, well, it was a town of those who wanted to be left alone. And so they were.
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