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Forever Mine (12-Sep-1999)

Director: Paul Schrader

Writer: Paul Schrader

Music by: Angelo Badalamenti

Producers: Damita Nikapota; Kathleen Haase; Amy J. Kaufman

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joseph Fiennes
Actor
27-May-1970   Shakespeare in Love
Ray Liotta
Actor
18-Dec-1954   Goodfellas
Gretchen Mol
Actor
8-Nov-1972   The Shape of Things
Reagan Pasternak
Actor
8-Mar-1977   Julianne Giacomelli on Being Erica

CAST

Joseph Fiennes   ...   Manuel Esquema / Alan Riply
Ray Liotta   ...   Mark Brice
Gretchen Mol   ...   Ella Brice
Vincent Laresca   ...   Javier Cesti
Myk Watford   ...   Rick Martino
In order of appearance
Lindsey Connell   ...   Stewardess
Sean C. W. Johnson   ...   Randy
Shawn Proctor   ...   Cabana Boy
Russell Blackwell   ...   Business Associate
Jocelyn Snowdon   ...   Young Associate's Companion
Kevi Katsuras   ...   Six Year-Old Girl
Shannon Lawson   ...   Girl's Mother
Ronald Knight   ...   Older Male Executive
Ginger King   ...   Older Male's Companion
Ted Simonett   ...   Mr. Galen
Paulette Sinclair   ...   Mrs. Galen
Robert Dodds   ...   Priest
Scott Wickware   ...   1st Plainclothesman
John Henry Canavan   ...   2nd Plainclothesman
Christian Potenza   ...   Corrections Officer
Rick Quitana   ...   Dead Man on Toilet
John Nelles   ...   Bill Raich
Catherine Hayos   ...   Librarian
Reagan Pasternak   ...   Miami Tan Attendant
James McCauley   ...   Justice Department Official
Tim Post   ...   Paramedic

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