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Surveillance (2009)

Surveillance

Overview


Genre

Thriller, Sci-Fi

Release Date

June 26, 2009 (Limited)

MPAA Rating

R

Duration

97 min.

Production Budget

$3.5 millions

Studio

Magnet Releasing

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  2 of 5 [Rate It]

Cast and Crew


Director

Jennifer Chambers Lynch

Producer

Kent Harper, Marco Mehlitz, David Michaels

Screenwriter

Jennifer Chambers Lynch, Kent Harper

Starring

  • Julia Ormond as Elizabeth Anderson
  • Bill Pullman as Sam Hallaway
  • Pell James
  • Ryan Simpkins
  • French Stewart
  • Kent Harper
  • Cheri Oteri
  • Kyle Briere

Story


What if nothing is as it seems? What if the murderers are the ones you trust... waiting for the kill.

Somewhere deep inside the Santa Fe desert there have been a number of blood curdling murders... a real killing spree.

The local police station is in disarray. Captain Billings, Officers Degrasso and Wright have apprehended three witnesses: Officer Jack Bennet, one of their own, tough, but affected by recent events; Bobby, young, high as a kite on cocaine; and Stephanie, eight years old, who has just witnessed her family being brutally murdered by two figures dressed in jumpsuits, gloves, boots, and horrifyingly disfiguring blue latex masks. Even though everyone is ready to go, they are still waiting... waiting for the Feds to arrive.

As the witnesses tell their stories one by one to the FBI agents who have now taken over, the murderous events unravel before our eyes. It becomes clear, little Stephanie knows something, something about the agents, Hallaway and Anderson.

And then two more bodies have been found...

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Pell James stars as Bobbi Prescott and Mac Miller stars as Johnny in Magnet Releasing's Surveillance (2009)
French Stewart stars as Jim Conrad in Magnet Releasing's Surveillance (2009)

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..a muddled, unpleasant film..”
by Daniel Etherington [Channel 4 Film]
“..harsh, puzzling and mostly weird-bad..”
by Simon Crook [Empire Magazine]
“..there's a big surprise, but its playout is predictable, and nasty..”
by Steven Rea [Philadelphia Inquirer]