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Saw II (2005)

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When a new murder victim is discovered with all the signs of Jigsaw's hand, Detective Eric Matthews begins a full investigation and apprehends Jigsaw with little effort. But for Jigsaw, getting caught is just another part of his plan. Eight more of his victims are already fighting for their lives and now it's time for Matthews to join the game...

Director: Darren Lynn Bousman
Writers: Leigh Whannell, Darren Lynn Bousman.

Release Date: 2005-10-28
Status: Released
Run time: 89 min / 1:29
Budget: $4,000,000
Revenue: $152,925,093
Production Companies : Saw 2 Productions, Lions Gate Films, Got Films, Twisted Pictures, Evolution Entertainment
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2005-10-28
Status: Released
Run time: 89 min / 1:29
Budget: $4,000,000
Revenue: $152,925,093

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Casts

Tobin Bell
as Jigsaw
Shawnee Smith
as Amanda
Donnie Wahlberg
as Eric Matthews
Franky G
as Xavier
Glenn Plummer
as Jonas
Beverley Mitchell
as Laura
Dina Meyer
as Kerry
Emmanuelle Vaugier
as Addison
Erik Knudsen
as Daniel Matthews
Tim Burd
as Obi
Lyriq Bent
as Rigg
Noam Jenkins
as Michael
Tony Nappo
as Gus
Kelly Jones
as SWAT Member Pete
Vincent Rother
as SWAT Member Joe

Crew

Directing Darren Lynn Bousman Director
Writing Leigh Whannell Screenplay
Writing Darren Lynn Bousman Screenplay
Production Mark Burg Producer
Production Gregg Hoffman Producer
Production Oren Koules Producer
Sound Charlie Clouser Original Music Composer
Camera David A. Armstrong Director of Photography
Editing Kevin Greutert Editor
Production Stephanie Gorin Casting
Production Amy Lippens Casting
Art David Hackl Production Design
Sound Mark Gingras Supervising Sound Editor
Costume & Make-Up Alex Kavanagh Costume Design
Art Michele Brady Art Direction
Art Liesl Deslauriers Set Decoration
Production Peter Block Executive Producer
Production Jason Constantine Executive Producer
Production Greg Copeland Co-Producer
Production Daniel J. Heffner Co-Producer
Production Stacey Testro Executive Producer
Production James Wan Executive Producer
Production Leigh Whannell Executive Producer
Art Dwight Hendrickson Assistant Art Director
Art Jamie Burke Construction Coordinator
Art Carlo Cesta Painter
Art Anthony Pearce Conceptual Illustrator
Art Brent McGillivray Set Designer
Camera Kevin LeBlanc First Assistant Camera
Camera Chris Faulkner Key Grip
Camera Tyler Faulkner Grip
Camera Steve Wilkie Still Photographer
Costume & Make-Up Stephanie Lees Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Stephanie Ingram Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Sarah Fairbairn Key Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Steven Ciancamerla Set Dressing Artist
Crew Al Vrkljan Armorer
Crew Rupert Blab Carpenter
Crew David Kinnersly Craft Service
Crew Dave Murray Driver
Camera Jan Brunton Camera Loader
Crew Neil Morrill Makeup Effects
Crew W. Michael Beard Post Production Supervisor
Art James R. Murray Property Master
Crew Greg Copeland Second Unit
Crew Angelo Barillaro Security
Crew Lauren Hassard Set Medic
Crew Armen Kazazian Set Production Assistant
Crew Bill Bibert Stand In
Crew Alison Reid Stunt Coordinator
Crew Eddie Bowman Transportation Coordinator
Directing Elizabeth Scherberger First Assistant Director
Directing Lisa Burling Script Supervisor
Editing Ryan Ruskay Color Timer
Sound Allan Fung Dialogue Editor
Editing Ron Wisman Jr. First Assistant Editor
Lighting Geoff Pope Best Boy Electric
Lighting Craig Black Electrician
Lighting Harold D. Stroud Gaffer
Production Stephanie Laffin Casting Associate
Production Thomas Vencelides Location Manager
Production Kym Crepin Production Accountant
Production Cristin L. Cornett Production Coordinator
Production Greg Copeland Production Manager
Sound Jason Hopfner Boom Operator
Sound Robin Crumley Assistant Sound Editor
Sound Steve Baine Foley
Sound Rob Bertola Music Editor
Sound Jonathan McHugh Music Supervisor
Sound Tom Bjelic Sound Effects Editor
Sound Rick Penn Sound Mixer
Visual Effects Tim Good Special Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Natasha North Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Chad Malbon Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Bret Culp Visual Effects Supervisor
Writing Ron Hobbs Storyboard
Crew Heather Dawn Creative Consultant
Lighting Chris Watson Best Boy Electrician
Lighting Mike Curtis Electrician
Lighting Cinar Eryasar Electrician
Lighting Kevin McKague Electrician
Lighting Dave Sansford Electrician
Lighting Scott Tremblay Electrician
Camera Brian Gedge Camera Operator
Camera Kit Whitmore Camera Operator
Camera Brian Gedge Second Unit Director of Photography
Camera Stewart Grayburn Dolly Grip
Camera Rahul Parekh Dolly Grip
Crew John Stubbings Techno Crane Operator
Costume & Make-Up Les Handrahan Costume Coordinator

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