Deceived

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Overview

Deceived comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer that preserves the original aspect ratio of 1.33:1. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are no subtitles, but the soundtrack is closed-captioned. Supplemental materials include occasional scene specific commentary from director Andre van Heerden, deleted scenes, a making-of featurette, bloopers, and biographies of the cast and crew. This is a solid release from Cloud Ten Pictures.
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Overview

Deceived comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer that preserves the original aspect ratio of 1.33:1. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are no subtitles, but the soundtrack is closed-captioned. Supplemental materials include occasional scene specific commentary from director Andre van Heerden, deleted scenes, a making-of featurette, bloopers, and biographies of the cast and crew. This is a solid release from Cloud Ten Pictures.
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Special Features

Full-screen presentation; Director's comments; Deleted scenes; Cast and crew bios; Behind-the-scenes featurettes; Bloopers and outtakes
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/26/2002
  • UPC: 745638006030
  • Original Release: 2002
  • Rating:

  • Source: Cloud Ten Pictures
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Presentation: Dolby 5.1 / Stereo
  • Sound: Dolby Digital, stereo
  • Language: English, Español
  • Time: 1:39:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 35,006

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Stewart Bick
Louis Gossett Jr.
Leigh Lewis
Jefferson Mappin
Ramona Milano
Judd Nelson Jack Jones
Richard Nester
Michelle Nolden
Deborah Odell
Stuart Beck
Technical Credits
Peter Gerretsen Director
Andre Van Heerden Director
Peter Lalonde Executive Producer
Paul Lalonde Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Nicholas Tabarrok Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Index
1. Opening Credits: First Contact [5:05]
2. Col. Garrett's Agenda [4:54]
3. New Acquaintances and Old 'Friends' [5:08]
4. An Elite Team With a Mission [4:13]
5. Something's Weird [2:14]
6. What Happened [1:30]
7. 'He's an Expert' [2:56]
8. Jack and Smitty Catch Up [2:24]
9. The Signal [2:37]
10. The Colonel Takes Charge [2:14]
11. The Door to Godhood [3:18]
12. The Signal's the Key [4:49]
13. 'Jake' Makes New Friends [3:18]
14. Secret Plans [4:55]
15. Something's Not Right [2:35]
16. Unpleasant Discovery [4:53]
17. It's Coming! [2:56]
18. They All Went Crazy [2:21]
19. You've Got to Trust Us or Kill Us [4:02]
20. The Signal's Effect [2:59]
21. 'Those Were My Chips!' [3:18]
22. You Either Believe or You Don't [3:40]
23. Seeking the Truth [6:05]
24. 'Don't Relay' [2:21]
25. Searching for Salvation [2:32]
26. Glad You Could Make It, Jack [3:34]
27. Send the Signal Now! [1:14]
28. The Final Battle [2:21]
29. Aftermath [1:24]
30. End Credits [3:13]
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   Special Features
      Biographies
         Louis Gossett, Jr.
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         Judd Nelson
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         Michelle Nolden
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         Deborah Odell
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         Jefferson Mappin
            Activate the Signal
         Stewart Bick
            Activate the Signal
         Ramona Milano
            Activate the Signal
         George Tirl
         André Van Heerden
         Paul Lalonde
         John Patus
         Nicholas Tabarrok
      Featurettes
         Behind the Scenes
         Bloopers and Outtakes
         What Were the Writers Thinking?
         Sets and Locations
         Next Floor: Cloud Ten
         Did You Know?
      Deleted Scenes
         Surprise Visit From Director Roth
         Kara Flirts
         Pilot Goes Too Far
         Shaw Shuts Down Kara
         Jack and Smitty's Past History
         Col. Garrett With the Signal
         The Storm Is Over
         Director's Commentary by André Van Heerden Setup: Audio On
         Director's Commentary by André Van Heerden Setup: Audio Off
         Director's Commentary by André Van Heerden Setup: Subtitles On
         Director's Commentary by André Van Heerden Setup: Subtitles Off
      Trailers
         Revelation
         Tribulation
         Left Behind: The Movie
         Judgment
         Waterproof
         The Miracle of the Cards
   Setup
      English Stereo Audio
      English 5.1 Audio
      Spanish Stereo Audio
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Deceived!!!

    After all the previews and attention that this movie received, I couldn't wait to add it to my collection. Thinking that it was going to be an annointed christian movie, I was rather let down. This could have just been a movie on TV. The actors were great, it was the content that was lacking.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Sci-fi thriller explores greed, faith

    Is there intelligent life on other planets? That¿s the sci-fi theme of Deceived, latest project from Cloud Ten Pictures. ''Intense'' is the word to describe Deceived. Political intrigue, personal greed and authentic faith are stirred together in explosive proportions when principal players are trapped in a space observatory. The human relationships and conflicts are as explosive as the plot¿s circumstances. Billionaire Emmett Shaw (played by Stewart Bick) claims personal ownership of a signal he believes is coming from extraterrestrial life. He assembles an unlikely crew including computer guru Jack Jones (Judd Nelson), an investigative reporter, and a arrogant radio preacher who is also Shaw¿s spiritual mentor. Shaw¿s party travels to the Sierra Nevadas observatory (funded largely by Shaw) with plans to break history¿s biggest story ever. Upon arrival, they discover that their on-site technicians are missing and the project has been sabotaged. After Col. David Garrett (Lou Gossett, Jr.) arrives from the Pentagon, a violent storm traps the group in the observatory, and a test of wills ensues because both Garrett and Shaw are accustomed to being in charge. The dilemma addressed in Deceived reveals how human nature may lead to compromise and rationalization in order to achieve selfish ends. With the gripping story of Deceived, Cloud Ten Pictures continues to advance the company¿s reputation for excellent drama presented in the context of a moral worldview. This one gives movie buffs reason to look forward to more work from Cloud Ten.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    WOWSERS!!!!!

    WOWSERS!!!! We are talking beyond WOW here! This is a MUST watch!!!! I must admit, I have always been a scifi fan loving movies that can hold you on the edge of your seat with things from out of this world. But lately, it seems Hollywood thinks that it takes sex, nudity, and profanity to hold people to their seats. So I had given up on my favorite genre of movies..... that is until now! Decieved uses more than just special effects to hold you. The characters have depth and carry you through the movie from beginning to end. They have made the good vs. evil movie into one with characters that you can love and some that I know I was moved to extremely dislike. They hold you right until the end with this one! Cloud Ten Pictures and Andre van Heerden did their best job yet with this film and I really look forward to seeing more things like this come from this great Canadian film company. While they really drew my attention with their movie Revelation, this one just broke through all the boundaries and brought forth a movie that has quickly become my favorite movie! I've bought the video and have watched it over and over and still will watch it again! And I will be buying copies to give to friends and relatives because it is such a powerful film that watching it just once isn't enough! I do hope that Hollywood stands up and takes notice. You can have a good movie without the sex and language that keep so many movies out of the homes because the kids can't watch them. Some of us adults are tired of Hollywood thinking that we are too stupid to look beyond the sex and 'hip' language to find a film that actually has some great value to it and a real story also. And how great it was to see ''Smitty'' a Christian woman not made to appear stupid, foolish, or a prude. Judd Nelson, a self confessed computer geek, made me proud to be one myself! And Lou Gossett Jr gave the performance of his career in my opinion. Hollywood take notice! If you are looking for a good thriller with romance, comedy, and strong characters and a good story line, that you are not afraid of who might enter the room while you are watching it, then I strongly recommend that you rent or buy Decieved today! You won't be disappointed and you may walk away with a new appreciation for a solid story line and a few good basic principles in life!

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