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90 Minutes in Heaven ()


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A man involved in a horrific car crash is pronounced dead, only to come back to life an hour and a half later, claiming to have seen Heaven.

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Don Piper
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Eva Piper
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Chris Piper
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Joe Piper (as Bobby Blagg Batson)
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Nicole Piper
Nicholas Pryor ...
J.V. Thomas
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Dick Onerecker
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Anita Onerecker
Bruce Taylor ...
Grandpa Joe
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Mike Wood
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Barry Wilson
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Hattie Mann (as Sallye Hooks)
Mark Oliver ...
Police Officer
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EMT #1
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EMT / Ambulance Driver #1
Aaron Webb ...
Fireman
Geoffrey D. Williams ...
Fellow Driver (as Geoffrey Williams)
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Ms. Glenda
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Mary Nell (Principal)
Geordie White ...
ER Doctor - Huntsville
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Susan Long
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Suzan Maulden
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Cliff McArdle
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ER Nurse - Huntsville
Kathy Payne ...
Receptionist - Hermann ER
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EMT #2
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EMT Driver #2
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Dr. Greider
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Eva's Dad (as David Carr)
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Eva's Mom
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Lawyer Beaumont
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ICU Nurse - Huntsville (as Lynne Cole)
Michael Crider ...
Dr. Houchins
Tom Key ...
Don's Dad
Marty Stonerock ...
Don's Mom
Jason Kennedy ...
David Gentiles
Shane Jackson ...
Administrator - Hermann
Deena Beasley ...
Don's Nurse - St. Lukes
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Jay B. Perkins
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Therapy Doctor - St. Lukes (as Greg Alan Williams)
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Christy
Rob Demery ...
Paramedic / EMT
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Mark
Don Piper ...
Pastor Don Piper (as Pastor Don Piper)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Garrett Able ...
Officer (uncredited)
Mya Anderson ...
Classroom Student (uncredited)
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Angel (uncredited)
James Nass ...
Church Goer (uncredited)
Kelly Sturniolo ...
The Don Patrol (uncredited)
James Vines ...
ER Resident Doctor (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michael Polish

Written by

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Michael Polish ... (screenplay by)
 
Don Piper ... (based on the book by) and
Cecil Murphey ... (based on the book by)

Produced by

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Trevor Drinkwater ... executive producer
Alexander Eckert ... assistant producer
Randall Emmett ... producer
Ted Fox ... executive producer
George Furla ... producer
Wayne Marc Godfrey ... executive producer
Rick Jackson ... producer
Mark G. Mathis ... line producer
Jason Netter ... executive producer
Dawn Parouse ... producer (as Dawn Olmstead)
Michael Polish ... producer
Harrison Powell ... co-producer
Timothy C. Sullivan ... co-producer (as Tim Sullivan)
Marsha L. Swinton ... associate producer

Music by

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Michael W. Smith
Tyler Smith

Cinematography by

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M. David Mullen

Film Editing by

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Cary Gries

Editorial Department

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Scott Beatty ... on-line editor
Lance Holte ... digital intermediate supervisor
Mark T. Osborne ... digital intermediate colorist (as Mark Todd Osborne)
Jessica Sisk ... additional editor / assistant editor
Mike Wech ... Behind The Scenes Editor
Douglas Renn ... digital intermediate assistant (uncredited)

Casting By

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Mark Fincannon
Dominika Posserén
Janelle Scuderi

Production Design by

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Adam Henderson

Art Direction by

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Scott Hinckley

Set Decoration by

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Nicole LeBlanc

Costume Design by

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Lynette Meyer

Makeup Department

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Suzanna Boykin ... hair department head
Brad Darvas ... toby sells creature makeup fx shop
Jason Hodges ... toby sells creature makeup fx shop
Gaby Macias ... intern: Toby Sells Creature makeup effects shop
Donna Martin ... assistant makeup artist
Lindsay McAllister ... key hair stylist
Cass McClure ... Toby Sells Creature make up FX Shop
Mark James Ross ... shop foreman: Toby Sells Creature make up FX Shop
Toby Sells ... special makeup effects designer: Toby Sells Creature Make up FX Shop
Staci Witt ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Cary Gries ... post-production supervisor
Mark G. Mathis ... unit production manager
Clio Tegel ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Clint Buckner ... second assistant director / second second assistant director
David Champion ... second second assistant director
Alisa Fredericks ... first assistant director
Ron Recio ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Emilee Cox ... props assistant
Bradley Huffman ... lead man: set decoration (as Brad Huffman)
Rob Mallard ... swing gang
Adam Miller ... assistant property master
Taraja Ramsess ... on set dresser
Raquel Tarbet ... art depertment assistant
Zack Timms ... set dresser (as Zackary Timms)
Nichole Wleklinski ... property master
Shelley Zortman ... set decoration buyer

Sound Department

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Daniele Carli ... sound designer
Aaron 'Cujo' Cooley ... sound mixer (as Aaron Cooley)
Chris Isaac ... boom operator
Yagmur Kaplan ... re-recording mixer
Graham Kicklighter ... sound mixer: EPK
Phil Kim ... post sound assistant
Tiffany T. Mack ... sound utility: additional
Cameron Mendel ... boom operator
Cody Morris ... foley editor
Anthony Prochaska ... foley recordist
Christopher Sheldon ... supervising sound editor
Jonathan Sheldon ... post audio producer
Aaron White ... foley editor

Special Effects by

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J.J. Madaris ... special effects technician
P. David Miller ... special effects crew (as Paul Miller)
Chad Pruett ... special effects technician
Greg Pruett ... special effects technician
Lisa Reynolds ... special effects foreman
Bob Shelley ... special effects coordinator

Visual Effects by

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Julianne Dome ... visual effects artist
Aaron Eaton ... visual effects supervisor
Matt Eaton ... visual effects supervisor
Robert Giles III ... visual effects artist
Lauren Hulsey ... visual effects artist
Jennifer Kennedy ... visual effects artist
Dan Masciarelli ... visual effects senior producer
Leon Nowlin ... visual effects supervisor (as Leon Nowlin Jr.)
Fernando Raigoza Jr. ... visual effects artist

Stunts

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Gene Hartline ... stunts
Chris Howell ... stunt coordinator
Rick Miller ... stunt double: Don Piper
Lonnie R. Smith Jr. ... stunt driver (as Lonnie Smith)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Luan Agos ... grip: additional (as Luan Agostinho)
Rose Ashikyan ... b camera second assistant camera / b camera second assistant
Zack Atkinson ... dolly grip
Denise Bailie ... camera operator: "c" camera: day player
Bill Chapman ... grip
Josh Cleland ... camera utility: day player
Quantrell D. Colbert ... still photographer
Joe Duarte ... key grip (as Joseph Duarte)
Amanda Etheridge ... c camera second assistant camera
Linton Flowers ... grip
Vincent Gandolfi ... grip: additional grip
Edward A. Gutentag ... 2nd unit dp (as Edward Gutentag) / b camera operator (as Edward Gutentag)
Shane Humphries ... electrician
Violet Jackson ... digital imaging technician
Eric Rick Kline ... grip (as Rick Kline)
Sherri Angela Leger ... c camera second assistant camera (as Sherri 'Baby' Fowler)
Travis Love ... best boy grip
Jackson McDonald ... b camera first assistant camera
Jim McKinney ... camera operator: c camera
Tracy Minnis ... a camera second assistant camera
Bryant Mock ... epk cameraman
Alex Mooradian ... lighting technician
Denny Mooradian ... gaffer
Tom Novell ... lighting technician
Doyle Petty ... dolly grip: "b" camera, day player
Theo Pingarelli ... a camera operator / steadicam operator
Tony Summerlin ... c camera first assistant camera
Joseph Thomas ... a camera first assistant camera (as Joe Thomas)
David Weissman ... lighting technician
Ken Woodbury ... grip
George Zelasko ... digital utility

Animation Department

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Samantha Liu ... animator

Casting Department

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Rose Locke ... extras casting
Joseph C. Nelson ... set coordinator
Dana Salerno ... local casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Shayne Allen Duhon ... key costumer (as Shayne Duhon)
Eric Anthony Leong ... costume renter (as Eric Leong)
Keih Lewis ... wardrobe supervisor
Mia Nunnally ... costumer
Shady Patterson ... truck costumer
Chloe Philbert ... costumes production assistant

Location Management

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John Findley ... location manager
Daniel F. Green ... locations scout
Samuel Jerome Johnson ... key assistant location manager (as Samuel Johnson)

Music Department

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Rob Burrell ... music scoring mixer
Zigmund Gron ... music editor (as Zig Gron)
Wes King ... musician: acoustic guitar

Transportation Department

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Stephen Edward Austin ... picture car coordinator (as Stephen Austin)
Bobby Belton ... driver
Dewanna Crump ... driver
Danny Mortenson ... transportation coordinator (as Dan Mortenspn)
Kandace Mortenson ... dispatcher
Norman J. Morton ... driver
David Pittman ... truck driver
Kirk Rhodes ... camera truck driver
Frank Thomas ... driver
Vince Thrift ... transportation captain (as Vincent Thrift)
Tabitha L. Walker ... driver (as Tabitha Walker)

Other crew

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Robert Abramoff ... production legal
Nedda Azizian ... post-production accountant
Colbert Bernard ... set production assistant (as Colbert C. Bernard)
Anthony Bonna ... social marketing
Sherrie Bradshaw ... production controller
Kathleen Brooks ... medical / technical advisor
Patrick Buntichai ... assistant production coordinator
Seymour Carnegie ... craft service assistant
Barbara Currier ... dog trainer
Jesse Dunn ... set production assistant
Alexander Eckert ... assistant: Randall Emmett/George Furla (as Alex Eckert)
Matthew Eldridge ... photo double: Hayden Christensen / stand-in: Hayden Christensen
Luz Kaiolani Feliciano ... production assistant: basecamp (as Kai Feliciano)
Reeva Forrester ... studio teacher
Cory Gilkey ... key craft service
Barbara J. Harris ... production assistant
Lauren M. Higgs ... accountant (as Lauren Higgs)
Nina Hodge ... production coordinator
Diane Howard ... interviewer: journalist
Patrick Howe ... assistant: Hayden Christensen
Jenni Ivers ... production assistant
Melody Jackson ... dog trainer
Lisa Kurk-Dmytryk ... payroll accountant (as Lisa Kurk)
John Malakoff ... director of production travel: ALTOUR travel
Dan Masciarelli ... executive producer: main & end titles, Laundry Design
Robin Meyers ... script supervisor
Abby Pierson ... set production assistant
Daniel Rbibo ... insurance services
Bill Reeves ... marketing lead
Lance Resch-Anger ... key set production assistant (as Lance Anger) / key set production assistant
Alan Robbins ... set medic
Jennifer Sulkess ... assistant: Kate Bosworth
Phil Vangelakos ... social marketing
Jay Williams ... social marketing
Daniel Stibral ... production assistant (uncredited)

Thanks

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Rachel Bilson ... thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Based on a true story. A man was in a car crash and was in the car, without a pulse for an hour and a half, while EMT's and police waited for the coroner to pronounce him dead before he can be moved. A man comes along, who feels led to pray for the victim, gets in the car and starts to pray while singing praise songs. The 'dead' man starts singing along and EMT's confirm he now has a pulse. The victim fights his recovery, as he is angry that he was in heaven, only to have God bring him back in incredible pain. Was there a purpose to his return to earth?

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Taglines Hope lives See more »
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Also Known As
  • 90 minutes au paradis (France)
  • 90 Minuten im Himmel (Germany)
  • 90 minutos en el Cielo (Spain)
  • 90 Minutos no Paraiso (Brazil)
  • 90 минути в рая (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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Runtime
  • 121 min
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Box Office

Budget $5,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $2,035,273, 13 Sep 2015

Did You Know?

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Trivia The film is based on the real life story of Don Piper, who, driving home from a minister's conference in 1989, crashed into a semi-truck which had crossed into his lane. Presumed dead, Piper lay on a bed covered in tarp, when a passing minister who had also been at the conference came to pray over Piper's body and sang to him, with Piper soon joining in. His arm had been severed and his leg was barely attached to his body, forcing Piper to endure a long and brutal recovery, which included being bed bound for thirteen months. Piper claims to have seen Heaven while he was unconscious, and believes he was on his way there before being pulled back to Earth. Piper has said he was infuriated at God, as his injuries meant he had to endure incredible pain before eventually regaining his mobility. After suffering in silence, he wrote the book which this film is based on, and became an accomplished public speaker. His account of the accident, and his life since, sold seven million copies and has been translated into 46 different languages. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in 90 Minutes in Heaven/The Visit (2015). See more »
Soundtracks Praise the Lord See more »

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