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When a Man Falls in the Forest (12-Feb-2007)

Director: Ryan Eslinger

Writer: Ryan Eslinger

Music by: Paul Michael Thomas; John Sereda

Producers: Mary Aloe; Kirk Shaw; Christian Arnold-Beutel

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dylan Baker
7-Oct-1959   Murder One
Timothy Hutton
16-Aug-1960   Ordinary People
Sharon Stone
10-Mar-1958   Basic Instinct
Pruitt Taylor Vince
5-Jul-1960   American character actor


Dylan Baker   ...   Bill
Stacie Bono   ...   Sadie
Timothy Hutton   ...   Gary Fields
Sharon Stone   ...   Karen Fields
Pruitt Taylor Vince   ...   Travis
David Williams   ...   Will
Nicholas Elia   ...   Eric
Melanie Yeats   ...   Cathy
Peter Kawasaki   ...   Business Man 1
Peter Jenkins   ...   Bussines Man 2
John Prowse   ...   Business Man 3
David Allan Pearson   ...   Co-Worker
Phillip Mitchell   ...   Mr. Curtis
Kendall Cross   ...   Tricia
Remy Ponak   ...   Child in the Supermarket
Marko Hohlbein   ...   Street Vendor
David Pauls   ...   Husband
Colin Chapin   ...   Pharmacy Employee
Robert Galletti   ...   Telemarketer
Kendall Cross   ...   Woman in Bar
Andrew Classon   ...   Todd
Keith Dallas   ...   Officer Porter
Tony Alcantar   ...   Hardware Store Customer
Michael Eklund   ...   Hardware Store Cashier
Raugi Yu   ...   Dennis
Bill Mackenzie   ...   Fred
Kaaren de Zilva   ...   Woman in Street
Dean Redman   ...   Security Guard
Matt Johnson   ...   Gas Station Cashier
Sean Owen Roberts   ...   Robber
Duncan Minett   ...   Car Salesman
Heather Cant   ...   Patty
Dena Ashbaugh   ...   Mother in Supermarket


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