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Trespass (1-Sep-2011)

Director: Joel Schumacher

Writer: Karl Gajdusek

Music by: David Buckley

Producers: Irwin Winkler; David Winkler; René Besson

Keywords: Thriller

A husband and wife struggle with damaging skeletons in their closet as they are held for ransom inside their palatial estate.

Kyle Miller, a diamond dealer blessed with the gift of gab, enjoys a life of luxury alongside wife Sarah and daughter Avery tempered by Avery's rebellious attitudes and Sarah's existential depression borne out of her homemaker lifestyle. When the Miller family's house falls victim to a break-in at the hands of a gang of robbers disguised as police officers whilst Avery is out at a party, Kyle and Sarah find themselves trapped as prisoners in their own mansion, struggling through a high-tension expanse of time as hostages as embarrassing details about the house of cards that is their life come to light.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Nicolas Cage
7-Jan-1964   Leaving Las Vegas
Cam Gigandet
16-Aug-1982   The Roommate
Nicole Kidman
20-Jun-1967   Moulin Rouge
Dash Mihok
24-May-1974   Lynn McKennan on Felicity
Jordana Spiro
12-Apr-1977   PJ Franklin on My Boys


Nicolas Cage   ...   Kyle Miller
Nicole Kidman   ...   Sarah Miller
Ben Mendelsohn   ...   Elias
Cam Gigandet   ...   Jonah
Liana Liberato   ...   Avery Miller
Jordana Spiro   ...   Petal
Dash Mihok   ...   Ty
Emily Meade   ...   Kendra
Nico Tortorella   ...   Jake
Brandon Belknap   ...   Dylan
Terry Milam   ...   Travis
Tina Parker   ...   Security Operator
Dave Maldonado   ...   Security Guard
Nilo Otero   ...   Mr. Big
Simona Levin   ...   Mrs. Big


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