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After the Storm (2001)

Director: Guy Ferland

Writer: A. E. Hotchner

From short story: After the Storm by Ernest Hemingway

Music by: Bill Wandel

Producers: Mike Elliott; Nelle Nugent

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Armand Assante
Actor
4-Oct-1949   Judge Dredd
Mili Avital
Actor
30-Mar-1972   Stargate
Jennifer Beals
Actor
19-Dec-1963   Flashdance
Benjamin Bratt
Actor
16-Dec-1963   Hunk from Law & Order
Stephen Lang
Actor
11-Jul-1952   Gettysburg
Nestor Serrano
Actor
5-Nov-1955   Capt. Bruno Dante on Witchblade

CAST

Benjamin Bratt   ...   Arno
Armand Assante   ...   Jean-Pierre
Mili Avital   ...   Coquina
Simone-Élise Girard   ...   Janine
Stephen Lang   ...   Sgt. Maj. Jim
Nestor Serrano   ...   Ortega
Arthur Nascarella   ...   Louie Gavotte
Gustave Johnson   ...   Orthwell
Barbara Andres   ...   Grandma Driscoll
Bob Walton   ...   Willie
Steven Petrarca   ...   Thomas
Bernard Graham   ...   Delivery Man
Javier Canul   ...   Juanito
Herbert Frazier   ...   Merimac
Rosalie Staines   ...   Mama Nima
Nancy Sinclair   ...   Woman at Bar
Gretel   ...   Dorothy
Dirk Mueller   ...   Father
Nelle Stern   ...   Mother
Brent Crawford   ...   Second Youth
Sean Beaton   ...   Third Youth
Jake Roberts   ...   Purser
Lynn Ann Leveridge   ...   Beatrice Richardson
Emory King   ...   Card Player
Jennifer Beals   ...   Mrs. Gavotte
Jill Jacobson   ...   Governor's Wife
Leigh Chapman   ...   Steel Heiress

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