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The Tall Man

  Tags: Jessica Biel, Jodelle Ferland, MISC, Pascal Laugier, Radar Films, Room 101, Samantha Ferris, Société Nouvelle de Doublage SND, Stephen McHattie, suspense, Teach Grant, thriller, William B. Davis

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Set in the town of Cold Rock, The Tall Man is a story of the haunting secrets that hide behind closed doors. With children gone missing over the years, leaving neither a clue nor a witness, superstitious locals talk of ‘The Tall Man,’ a legendary, mysterious dark figure who takes children away never to be seen again. When a woman’s son is taken, the chase is on and with it the quest for answers: Who is the Tall Man, and what happens to the children?

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Misc

RELEASE DATE
August 1, 2012 (VOD)
August 31, 2012 (Limited)
September 25, 2012 (DVD)
CURRENT STATUS
Now On DVD
LANGUAGE
English
PRODUCED BY
Forecast Pictures
Minds Eye Entertainment
Radar Films
Société Nouvelle de Doublage SND
MPAA RATING
R "violence and terror, and for language."
OFFICIAL SITES
Official Site
DIRECTED BY
Pascal Laugier
WRITTEN BY
Pascal Laugier
STARRING
Jessica Biel
Teach Grant
William B. Davis
Samantha Ferris
Jodelle Ferland
Stephen McHattie

PROJECT DETAILS
  • Image Entertainment will distribute the film in the US via a theatrical release.
  • Made it's world premiere at 2012's European Film Market.
  • One of the producer's gave a brief update on the film, saying: "The film will not completed until late January. We are waiting to see if the movie gets into the Berlin Film festival which is the end of February 2012. I am sure the movie will be released in theatres in 2012 as it is very good and Pascal did an amazing job." (12/19/11)
  • Also known as The Secret in foreign countries.
  • Filmed for eight weeks in Vancouver, Canada.
  • Budgeted at an estimated $15-million.
  • This marks French director Pascal Laugier's (Martyrs) English-language debut.
  • It's said that there are "a lot of twists and a strong female character that you feel very connected to."
  • Described as a "suspenseful thriller in the vein of the early films of M. Night Shyamalan."
  • No relation to the Phantasm series, which has a character simply known as "The Tall Man".
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