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The past never dies. It kills.

The Return (2006)

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Joanna Mills has a successful career but feels her personal life is spinning out of control. She has few friends, an estranged father, and a crazy ex-boyfriend who is stalking her. Joanna begins having terrifying visions of a woman's murder, and it seems that she is the killer's next target. Determined to solve the mystery and escape her apparent fate, Joanna follows her visions to the victim's hometown and finds that some secrets just do not stay buried.

Director: Asif Kapadia

Release Date: 2006-11-10
Status: Released
Run time: 85 min / 1:25
Budget: $15,000,000
Revenue: $11,992,014
Production Companies : Rogue Pictures, Intrepid Pictures, Raygun Productions, Biscayne Pictures, Rosey Film Productions LLC
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2006-11-10
Status: Released
Run time: 85 min / 1:25
Budget: $15,000,000
Revenue: $11,992,014

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Casts

Adam Scott
as Kurt
Kate Beahan
as Michelle
Sarah Michelle Gellar
as Joanna Mills
Peter O'Brien
as Terry Stahl
Sam Shepard
as Ed Mills
Wally Welch
as Snack Stand Vendor
Brad Leland
as Mr. Marlin
Darrian McClanahan
as Young Joanna Mills
Erinn Allison
as Annie
Robert Wilson
as Billy
J.C. MacKenzie
as Griff
Frank Ertl
as Ambrose Miller
Brent Smiga
as Higgins
Angela Rawna
as Doctor
Bonnie Gallup
as Bella
Peyton Hayslip
as Laraine
Ben Hamby
as Extra
Erica Jones
as Additional voices
Glori Renee Euwer
as Nurse
Peter Cornwell
as Tavern Cowboy

Crew

Directing Asif Kapadia Director
Production Trevor Macy Executive Producer
Production Marc D. Evans Executive Producer
Production Aaron Ryder Producer
Camera Roman Osin Director of Photography
Production Avy Kaufman Casting
Art Thérèse DePrez Production Design
Editing Claire Simpson Editor
Production Jeffrey Silver Producer
Art Steve Joyner Art Direction
Production Steve Gaub Producer
Production Ron Schmidt Producer
Art Jeff Knipp Art Direction
Art Jeanette Scott Set Decoration
Writing Adam Sussman Author
Sound Dario Marianelli Original Music Composer
Costume & Make-Up John Dunn Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Ermahn Ospina Makeup Department Head
Directing Gina Grande Script Supervisor
Production Flax Glor Publicist
Directing Brooke Satrazemis Script Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Nina Proctor Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Vanessa Nirode Set Costumer
Costume & Make-Up Nyima Johnston Set Costumer
Costume & Make-Up Crystal Falkner-Paysse Set Costumer
Costume & Make-Up Joe Rivera Hairstylist

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  • Audience Reviews for The Return Most people put this in the category of supernatural thriller, well it didn't thrill me. To me the best part of the movie was the 2 car wrecks at the end.

  • Review: ‘The Return,’ a Son’s Pained Search for a Missing Father. By Michiko Kakutani. June 27, ... This is the story he tells in “The Return. ...

  • Two Danish-Korean adoptees return to their native land to seek some answers about their birth parents in Danish helmer Malene Choi’s compelling, beautifully shot, docu-fiction hybrid “The Return.” The fictional framework permits a gripping, quasi-experimental approach to the cinematography ...

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  • "The Return," directed by Andrey Zvyagintsev and written by Vladimir Moiseenko and Alexander Novototsky, does not conceal information from the audience, which would be a technique of manipulation, but from the boys, which is a technique of drama.

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  • Critic Reviews for The Return All Critics (86) | Top Critics (34) | Fresh (82) | Rotten (4) | DVD (2) The story, set in contemporary Russia, seems unexceptional at the start.

  • Yet the group’s excellence manifested just once. They split last year, the break so sudden that Williams and Dayes didn’t even fulfill all their gigging commitments as a duo. And now we have The Return, which could easily be the sequel to Black Focus—at least, that seems to be Williams’ pitch.

  • Pushing fact and fiction to the point where one is unsure just what is scripted and what, for lack of a better word, is real, Malene Choi’s The Return offers a playful, affecting and at times disorienting portrait of group of thirtysomethings who have quite literally been dis-oriented.