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Perfect Storm ()


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Now that Calvin has the Aster Corps access card which he hands over to Martin, Martin is tasked with retrieving all Calvin's computer files from Aster Corps. Calvin warns Martin to avoid his... See more »

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Martin Bohm
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Jake Bohm
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Calvin Norburg
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Guillermo Ortiz (as Said Taghmaoui)
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Amelia Robbins
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Lucy Robbins
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Trevor Wilcox
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Avram Hadar
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Tony Rigby
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Kase
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Frances Norburg
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Soleil Friedman
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Detective Latham
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Patricia Grimes
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Boy
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Doorman
Aramazd Stepanian ...
Friend of Avram
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Hiroshi
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Japanese Kid
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Man in Laundry Service Uniform
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Lila James
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Texting Man
David Lewis ...
David

Directed by

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Nelson McCormick

Written by

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Tim Kring ... (creator) (creator)
 
Jennifer Johnson ... (written by)

Produced by

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Carol Barbee ... executive producer
Suzan Bymel ... executive producer
Peter Chernin ... executive producer
David Eick ... consulting producer
Rob Fresco ... co-executive producer
Dennis Hammer ... producer
Jennifer Johnson ... consulting producer
Tim Kring ... executive producer
Francis Lawrence ... executive producer
Brynn Malone ... producer
Nelson McCormick ... co-executive producer
Cathy Mickel Gibson ... co-producer
Lori Motyer ... co-producer
Barry O'Brien ... co-executive producer
Katherine Pope ... executive producer
Lauren Stein ... supervising producer
Kiefer Sutherland ... executive producer
Karyn Usher ... consulting producer

Music by

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Lisa Coleman
Wendy Melvoin

Cinematography by

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Curtis Wehr

Film Editing by

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Scott Powell

Editorial Department

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Roger Fenton ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Carrie Audino
Laura Schiff

Production Design by

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Cece Destefano ... (as Cecele De Stefano)

Art Direction by

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Nathan Ogilvie

Set Decoration by

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Wanda 'Beau' Peterson ... (as Wanda Peterson)

Costume Design by

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Debra McGuire

Makeup Department

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Michael Marcellino ... hair department head
Danielle Lyn Saunders ... makeup department head (as Danielle Saunders)
Michelle DeMilt ... key makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Cathy Mickel Gibson ... unit production manager
Evan A. Snider ... post-production supervisor (as Evan Snider)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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George Bamber ... first assistant director
Lisa Meier Coll ... second second assistant director (as Lisa Meier)
Kellie JoTackett ... second assistant director
Cindy King ... second second assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Jason lee Bartley ... set dresser
Chris Bergin ... construction gangboss
Jeffery Goyer ... construction coordinator (as Jeff Goyer)
Randy Gunter ... property master
Tony R. Medina ... propmaker foreman
Josh Webb ... set dresser
Whitney Schmidt Amaral ... art department coordinator (uncredited)
David Carberry ... paint supervisor (uncredited)
Josue Clotaire Fleurimond ... apprentice property assistant (uncredited)
Christopher Isenegger ... graphic designer (uncredited)
Caroline Quinn ... set designer (uncredited)
Michael Rixon ... set dressing buyer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Stephen Grubbs ... adr editor (uncredited) / supervising sound editor
Gerry Lentz ... re-recording mixer
Richard Weingart ... re-recording mixer
Tim Chilton ... foley artist (uncredited)
Kenn Fuller ... sound mixer (uncredited)
Erich Gann ... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Valeria Ghiran ... boom operator (uncredited)
Stephen Grubbs ... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Ronald Hairston Jr. ... utility (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Bob Turk ... special effects coordinator
Steve Newquist ... special effects foreman (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Mark Spatny ... visual effects supervisor
Darren Frankel ... executive producer (uncredited)
Kent Johnson ... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Jon Rhinehardt ... compositor (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Seth Greenwald ... key grip
Jon Mentzer ... chief lighting technician
Mike Morales ... grip
Jonathan Sharpe ... first assistant camera: "a" camera (uncredited)
Geoffrey Wing Shotz ... camera operator (as Geoff Shotz)
Paul Theriault ... camera operator
Isabella Vosmikova ... still photographer (uncredited)
David Youel ... rigging electrician
Amanda Marie Campbell ... electrician (uncredited)
Alfredo Denila ... best boy grip (uncredited)
Ben Dynice ... lighting console programmer (uncredited)
Raymond Gonzales ... electrician (uncredited)
Frankie Martinez ... electrician (uncredited)
John McGonegle ... assistant chief lighting technician (uncredited)
Arnaud Peiny ... rigging key grip (uncredited)
Eric Sagot ... best boy electric (uncredited)
Ralph Scherer ... dolly grip (uncredited)
Bruce Sharp ... rigging gaffer (uncredited)
Keith Sorrell ... electrician (uncredited)

Animation Department

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Cory Shaw ... animator

Casting Department

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Judith Sunga ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Nancy Jarzynko ... key costumer
Lisa Wong ... dresser: Kiefer Sutherland

Location Management

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James Gierman ... key assistant location manager
Miles J. Henley ... location manager (as Miles Henley)
Lary Vinocur ... key assistant location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Jennifer Barak ... music editor (as Jenny Barak)
Liza Richardson ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Hal Lary ... transportation coordinator
Mark Maymo ... transportation captain
Charlie Ping ... driver
Cyril O'Neil ... picture car consultant (uncredited)

Other crew

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Andrea Block ... production assistant
Jason Gavin ... story editor
Sissy Grover ... production coordinator (as Sissy Bobbitt)
Tony Lindo ... production accountant
Anne Melville ... script supervisor (as Annie Melville)
Cory Shaw ... title designer
Jessica Aichs ... assistant production coordinator (uncredited)
Chris Black ... production assistant (uncredited)
Rob Coll ... production assistant (uncredited)
Joe Crouch ... computer/video playback (uncredited)
Adam Haracz ... production assistant (uncredited)
Sacha Irwin ... production assistant (uncredited)
Francis Lucas ... producer assistant (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

Now that Calvin has the Aster Corps access card which he hands over to Martin, Martin is tasked with retrieving all Calvin's computer files from Aster Corps. Calvin warns Martin to avoid his old partner, Tony Rigby, as Tony, who did not appreciate Calvin's public departure, would exact some form of retribution if he found that Martin was there helping Calvin. Once at Aster Corps, Martin makes a last minute decision to take a different tact not only in getting Calvin's files, but also any files related to Amelia. Lucy pieces together the seemingly random murders similar to Claudia Corliss', which she is sure is linked to the mystery man in her photograph, but she does not yet know the connection to Amelia or the identity of the man. The Bohm's old friend Avram in New York receives a visit from Guillermo Ortiz, who Avram can tell is an enemy of the thirty-six. With only Jake's cell phone number, Avram tries to warn Jake and Martin that Ortiz is probably on his way. Jake, now attending public school, slowly begins to open up to those around him, especially Soleil. Kase decides to do his own experiments with Amelia. And Martin and Calvin individually each arrive at a major discovery, and have to figure out what to do with the information. Martin's decision could affect his relationship with Lucy. Written by Huggo

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  • Perfect Storm (United States)
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  • 44 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs The character of Avraham refers to the Hebrew Bible as "the Old Testament" when talking with a group of other hasidim. An Orthodox Jew would never refer to it that way in talking to other Orthodox Jews, since it implies a "New Testament", which they categorically deny. They would instead use "Tanakh" or "Torah", but for the sake of poetic license of a television show, "Hebrew Bible" or even "Bible" would do. See more »
Movie Connections References Donkey Kong (1981). See more »

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