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November Criminals (2017)

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La storia, ambientata a Washington DC, racconterà la storia di Phoebe, un adolescente ribelle che si ritroverà a indagare sul tragico omicidio di un compagno di classe.

Direttore: Sacha Gervasi
Scrittori: Sacha Gervasi, Steven Knight.

Data di uscita: 2017-12-08
Stato: Released
Tempo di esecuzione: 86 min / 1:26
Società di produzione : Black Bicycle Entertainment, Lotus Entertainment
Paese di produzione: United States of America
Data di uscita: 2017-12-08
Stato: Released
Tempo di esecuzione: 86 min / 1:26

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Lancia

Ansel Elgort
as Addison
Chloë Grace Moretz
as Phoebe
David Strathairn
as Theo
Catherine Keener
as Fiona
Terry Kinney
as Principal Karlstadt
Cory Hardrict
as D. Cash
Philip Ettinger
as Mike Lorriner
Danny Flaherty
as Noel
Victor Williams
as Mr. Broadus
Opal Alladin
as Mrs. Broadus
Tessa Albertson
as Alex Faustner
Adrian M. Mompoint
as Bo
Karina Deyko
as Sarah
Jared Kemp
as Kevin Broadus
Samuel Ray Gates
as Detective Thompson
Pamela Lambert
as Mrs. Strauss
Jimi Stanton
as Brandon
Bruce-Robert Serafin
as P-Jays Owner
Michael Christoforo
as Cameraman
Brianne Siddall
as Walla (uncredited)
Allie Marshall
as Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Leah Procito
as Funeral Mourner (uncredited)
London Hall
as Garden Party Guest (uncredited)
David Boston
as Coroner (uncredited)
Mickey Gilmore
as Police Officer (uncredited)
Dora Winifred
as High School Student (uncredited)
K.C. Faldasz
as Car Kicker (uncredited)
Tanja Melendez Lynch
as House Party Guest (uncredited)
Richard Pacheco
as Drug Dealer (uncredited)
Joseph Oliveira
as Officer (uncredited)
Noel Ramos
as Officer N. Ball (uncredited)
Hashim Lafond
as Drug Dealer (uncredited)
Cassidy Neal
as Officer Graveline (uncredited)
Elaine Victoria Grey
as Garden Party Guest (uncredited)
Lino Tanaka
as Teacher (uncredited)
Paul Taft
as Ch. 13 News Cameraman (uncredited)
Jed Griswold
as Party Attendee (uncredited)

Equipaggio

Directing Sacha Gervasi Director
Writing Sacha Gervasi Screenplay
Writing Steven Knight Screenplay
Writing Sam Munson Novel
Production Marc Bienstock Producer
Production Ara Keshishian Producer
Production Beth O'Neil Producer
Production Erika Olde Producer
Production Charles V. Bender Co-Producer
Production Jessica de Rothschild Executive Producer
Production Trevor Duke-Moretz Executive Producer
Production D.J. Gugenheim Executive Producer
Production Bill Johnson Executive Producer
Production Steven Knight Executive Producer
Production Teri Duke Moretz Executive Producer
Production Jim Seibel Executive Producer
Production Angus Sutherland Executive Producer
Sound David Norland Original Music Composer
Camera Mihai Malaimare Jr. Director of Photography
Editing Martin Pensa Editor
Production Douglas Aibel Casting
Production Henry Russell Bergstein Casting
Art Curt Beech Production Design
Art Vanessa Knoll Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Julie Weiss Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Nichole Pleau Makeup Department Head

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