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Undertow (10-Sep-2004)

Director: David Gordon Green

Writers: Joe Conway; David Gordon Green; Lingard Jervey

Music by: Philip Glass

Producers: Lisa Muskat; Terrence Malick; Edward R. Pressman

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Shiri Appleby
7-Dec-1978   Liz on Roswell
Jamie Bell
14-Mar-1986   Billy Elliot
Josh Lucas
20-Jun-1971   Wonderland
Bill McKinney
12-Sep-1931 1-Dec-2011 Deliverance
Dermot Mulroney
31-Oct-1963   Young Guns
Kristen Stewart
9-Apr-1990   Bella Swan in Twilight


Jamie Bell   ...   Chris
Josh Lucas   ...   Deel
Devon Alan   ...   Tim
Dermot Mulroney   ...   John
Shiri Appleby   ...   Violet
Pat Healy   ...   Grant the Mechanic
Bill McKinney   ...   Grandfather
Kristen Stewart   ...   Lila
Robert Longstreet   ...   Bern
Terry Loughlin   ...   Officer Clayton
Eddie Rouse   ...   Wadsworth Pela
Patrice Johnson   ...   Amica Pela
Charles "Jester" Poston   ...   Hard Hat Dandy
Mark Darby Robinson   ...   Conway
Leigh Hill   ...   Muriel the Cashier
Alfred M. Jackson   ...   Dock Worker
William D. Turner   ...   Dock Worker
Michael Bacall   ...   Jacob
Carla Bessey   ...   Violet's Friend
Damian Jewan Lee   ...   Gus
Michael Gulick   ...   Old Shirtless Man
David Blazina   ...   Watch-Guard
Carlos DeLoach   ...   Big Bad Cop
George Smith   ...   Milk Man
H. G. Green   ...   Newscaster
Jesse Scott Nelson   ...   Retardoe
Craig Zobel   ...   Bridegroom
Sophia Lin   ...   Mail-Order Bride
Anne Marie Dove   ...   Tattoo Girl
Thelma Louise Carter   ...   Grandmother


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