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Genre - Drama
Director(s) - Allan Moyle
Writer(s) - Madeline Sunshine
Cast - Nastassja Kinski Hart Bochner William Baldwin
Blue Rider's Role - Bridge financier
Distributor(s) - Artisan Entertainment, Film Bridge International, Starmedia Home Entertainment, Alpha Filmes Ltd. (Brazil), Divisa Home Video (Spain), Future Film (Finland)
Release Date - 2001
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Say Nothing screened at the 2001 MIFED Film Market in Italy and made its U.S. TV premiere in December of that year. It has also been seen in Norway, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Canada, Brazil and Spain.
According to a survey of 357 viewers at The Internet Movie Database (through Feb. 29, 2009), Say Nothing appealed more to men than to women, and the demographic groups liking it most were men 45 and older and men 18-29.
Ryan Cracknell, Apollo Movie Guide: "Say Nothing is moderately successful, mostly due to its early tension. Kinski and Baldwin share good chemistry in the early parts of their rendezvous. They’re both hitting their middle years nicely, so together they look like a tasteful cover to an otherwise trashy romance novel. Director Allan Moyle appears to have a real thing for Kinski, as evidenced by his shots as Grace gets a massage, hangs out on the beach and takes a shower."
Major Cast and Crew Credits and Awards:
Directed by Allan Moyle (won four major awards and four other nominations for works including Pump Up the Volume and New Waterford Girl; also helmed Times Square, Empire Records, Xchange, The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag, Weirdsville, Jailbait, Man in the Mirror: The Michael Jackson Story and three episodes of Secrets of Forensic Science).
Written by Madeline Sunshine (Son of the Pink Panther, Call of the Wild, The People Next Door).
Stars Nastassja Kinski (won six major awards and four other nominations for works including Tess, Maria's Lovers, Cat People, Maladie d'amour and Frühlingssinfonie; also appeared in Paris Texas, Terminal Velocity, Playing by Heart, Inland Empire, Bella Mafia, Father's Day, Your Friends and Neighbors, The Hotel New Hampshire, Savior and 51 other films and TV projects); Hart Bochner (Maxim Magazine readers votem him the "Second-greatest Sleazeball of All Time" for Die Hard; also appeared in Bulworth, Breaking Away, Supergirl, War and Remembrance, East of Eden,
Anywhere but Here, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm , Apartment Zero, And the Sea Will Tell, Islands in the Stream and 29 other movies and TV projects); William Baldwin (won three awards for The Squid and the Whale and Sliver; also appeared in Born on the Fourth of July, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Backdraft, Flatliners, Bulworth, Virus, Internal Affairs, Fair Game, American Fork, Noise, 12 episodes of Dirty Sexy Money, five episodes of Waterfront, three episodes of Danny Phantom and 23 other movies and TV projects).
Cast also includes Jordy Benattar ( won Character and Morality in Entertainment Award for Fallen Angel; appeared in The Spiderwick Chronicles, The Brady Bunch in the White House, Comfort and Joy); Michelle Duquet (The Virgin Suicides, Three Men and a Baby, Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol, In the Refrigerator: Spirit of a Haunted Dancer, Kaw, The Crypt Club, Khaled, four episodes of I Was a Sixth Grade Alien, five episodes of Beautiful People, four episodes of Show Me yours, four episodes of Odyssey 5 and 34 other movies and TV projects); Geoffrey Bowes (1980 Genie Award nomination for Something's Rotten; appeared in The Man, Middle Age Crazy, Fish Hawk, Dirty Pictures, The NeverEnding Story, Evidence of Blood, eight episodes of Comedy Factory, six episodes of Street Legal and 44 other movies and TV projects); Susan Dias (Good Fences, Monk, Blues Brothers 2000 and Superstar); Andy Velasquez (The Grid, The Absolute Truth, Heaven Before I Die, PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal); Brooke Johnson (won Gemini Awards for for: Dangerous Offender: The Marlene Moore Story and Conspiracy of Silence; Gemini nom for For Those Who Hunt the Wounded Down; appeared in The Sweet Hereafter, The Marsh, Dead Aviators, My Own Country, Balls Up, five episodes of Blue Murder, four episodes of Earth: Final Contact and 30 other movies and TV projects) and Jaymz Bee (Heatscore).
Executive Producers are Alan Bursteen (Cellblock Sisters: Banished Behind Bars, Bikini Hoe-Down, Ambushed, Double Tap, Blessed, Kettle of Fish, Double Bang, Forbidden Games, 25 episodes of Hotel Erotica, 13 episodes of Erotic Traveler, 12 episodes of Thrills, 11 episodes of Intimate Sessions and 70 movies and TV projects) and Dimitri Villard (Flight of the Navigator, In Love and War, Once Bitten, Hide and Go Shriek, Time Walker, Frankenstein General Hospital).
Producers are Carlo Liconti (Behind the Red Door, Tangled, Concrete Angels, Dead by Monday, Big Spender, Phase IV); Andrew Pfeffer (Santa's Slay, Running Scared, The Entity, The Man from Elysian Fields, Stone Cold, Thick as Thieves, Beat, The Big Brass Ring); Ellen Wander (Big Spender, Lying in Wait, The Velocity of Gary, Operation Splitsville) and Donald Zuckerman (The Man From Elysian Fields, Beer for my Horses, Hooligans, The Big Brass Ring, Dishdogz, Mayor of the Sunset Strip, Dogtown, Secrets of the Code).
Cinematography by Walter Bal (Night of the Demons 3, Out of Control, Wrong Number, Art Deco Detective, Precious Find, Nico the Unicorn, Pterodactyl Woman from Beverly Hills and Back in Business).
Film Editing by James Bredin (six Canadian award nominations for Blood, Straight Up, Instant Star, Little Mosque on the Prairie, Crazy for Christmas and Chasing Cain: Face; also cut Boy Meets Girl, Victor, Going for Broke, Family of Cops III: Under Suspicion, 13 episodes of Little Mosque on the Prairie and six episodes of A Nero Wolfe Mystery).
Production Design by Alta Louise Doyle (worked on The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, Blood on Her Hands, External Affairs, Youngblook, Millennium, six episodes of Monk).
Art Direction by Anna Kiss (worked on The Eternal Husband, Down in the Delta and Prom Night IV: Deliver Us from Evil).
Costume Design by Judith England (costumed Airborne, Locked in Silence, Red Hot, Christmas in Boston, Legal Tender, When the Bullet Hits the Bone and 15 episodes of Relic Hunter; worked on Losing Chase, Prom Night IV: Deliver Us From Evil, The Virgin Suicides and 42 episodes of Friday the 13th ).
Special Effects Coordinator: Jeff Skochko (won 2004 Screamfest Best Special Effects award; also did special effects on Silent Hill, 16 Blocks, Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy, The Incredible Hulk, eXistenZ, Assault on Precinct 13, The Sweet Hereafter, Bollywood/Hollywood, Saw V, Pushing Tin and 100 other movies and TV projects).
Songs composed by Geoff Bennett, Arlene Bishop, Guilio Caccini, Wayne Cain, Steve Clark, Jeannette Cook, Jim Field Smith, Longo Hai, Lodewijk Hulsman, Sue Hutton, Ben Johannesen,
Ramiro Puerta, Monica Schroeder, David Slater, Cynthia Smith, Robert Tepper and Lord Vanger.
U.S. TV premiere: 16 December 2001; shown at MIFED Film Market in Italy on Oct. 29, 2001;
video premiered in Norway, Germany and Finland in 2003; Hungarian TV premiere in September 2004.
Say Nothing trailer (three formats)