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Final (8-Jun-2001)

Director: Campbell Scott

Writer: Bruce McIntosh

Music: Guy Davis

Producers: Gary Winick; Alexis Alexanian; Mary Frances Budig; Steve Dunn; Campbell Scott

Keywords: Sci-Fi

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Hope Davis
23-Mar-1964   American Splendor
Jim Gaffigan
7-Jul-1966   Beyond the Pale
Earl Hindman
20-Oct-1943 29-Dec-2003 Elusive neighbor on Home Improvement
Marin Hinkle
23-Mar-1966   Judy Brooks on Once and Again
Denis Leary
18-Aug-1957   Loud, smoking comic


Hope Davis   ...   Ann
Denis Leary   ...   Bill
Maureen Anderman   ...   Supervisor
Madison Arnold   ...   Bill's Father
Jim Gaffigan   ...   Dayton
Earl Hindman   ...   Official
Marin Hinkle   ...   Sherry
Caroline Kava   ...   Bill's Mother
Christina Kirk   ...   Mary
Ezra Knight   ...   Lawyer
J. C. MacKenzie   ...   Todd
Bruce McIntosh   ...   Edward
Jim Hornyak   ...   Orderly
Mary Diveny   ...   Nurse
Janet Hovious   ...   Doctor
Nadine Delallo   ...   Ward Nurse
Steve Dunn   ...   Larry
Anthony Pettine   ...   Coloring Patient
Eric Gearity   ...   Puzzle Patient
John Brainard   ...   VCR Patient
Lisa Leguillou   ...   Bookstore Clerk
Danny Drohojowski   ...   Todd's Son
Tina Benko   ...   Blonde in Bar
Guy Davis   ...   Singer
Hélène Cardona   ...   ICU Nurse
Seth Barrish   ...   Staff Member #1
Catherine Brophy   ...   Staff Member #2
Ben Wilson   ...   Attendant
Nancy Wu   ...   Dancing Nurse
Alexis Alexanian   ...   Pushy Nurse
Jodie Burke   ...   Coroner


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