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When a corrupt Miami businessman flees to the Cayman Islands with his daughter and a million dollars in dirty money, the resulting inferno threatens to consume father, daughter, and even a few unsuspecting innocents in a sun soaked crime drama starring Bill Paxton, Orlando Bloom, and Agnes Bruckner. Carl Ridley (Paxton) was desperate to escape the law when he boarded an airplane for the Cayman Islands, but as the heat starts to rise in paradise, he's about to realize that there are some fates far worse than ...
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When a corrupt Miami businessman flees to the Cayman Islands with his daughter and a million dollars in dirty money, the resulting inferno threatens to consume father, daughter, and even a few unsuspecting innocents in a sun soaked crime drama starring Bill Paxton, Orlando Bloom, and Agnes Bruckner. Carl Ridley (Paxton) was desperate to escape the law when he boarded an airplane for the Cayman Islands, but as the heat starts to rise in paradise, he's about to realize that there are some fates far worse than prison time. As Carl attempts to cleanse his ill-gotten gains with a little help from crooked British investment banker Mr. Allen (Stephen Dillane), his resentful daughter Pippa (Bruckner) sets out to explore her exotic new surroundings on the arm of native bad boy Fritz (Victor Rasuk). A low-level thug whose connections to a powerful local crime lord threatens to spell doom for all involved, Fritz draws Pippa in to disastrous chain of events sparked by the forbidden desires of unsuspecting lovers Shy (Bloom and Andrea (Zoe Saldana). Now, as the West Indies threatens to explode into violence, Carl must choose between the safety of his daughter and fortune he's trying to hide.
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
A clever plot, earnest performances, and gorgeous cinematography of breathtakingly beautiful Cayman Islands locations add luster to this mainstream thriller. Writer-director Frank E. Flowers, a longtime Caymans resident, spins separate story threads -- frequently flashing backward and forward in time -- into an intricate web. After being tipped off that the feds are onto him, shady money launderer Carl Ridley (Bill Paxton) flees to the Caymans, where he negotiates with his equally shady financial adviser, the enigmatic Mr. Allen (Stephen Dillane). Meanwhile, Ridley's 18-year-old daughter, Pippa (Agnes Bruckner), takes up with a local lad, Richie (Razaaq Adoti), who has a weakness for other people’s fancy cars, boats, and condos. We’re also introduced to the oddly named Shy (Orlando Bloom), whose passionate affair with Andrea (Zoe Saldana) has aroused the ire of her family members, who plan on communicating their displeasure by doing him harm. As the star, Bloom may garner the most attention, but the supporting actors -- particularly Paxton and Dillane -- are extremely effective in well-defined roles.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/26/2006
  • UPC: 024543252146
  • Original Release: 2004
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  • Source: 20Th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:39:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Orlando Bloom Shy
Bill Paxton Carl Ridley
Zoe Saldana Andrea
Anthony Mackie Hammer
Agnes Bruckner Pippa Ridley
Victor Rasuk Fritz
Joy Bryant Sheila
Stephen Dillane Mr. Allen
Bobby Cannavale Agent Martinez
Razaaq Adoti Ritchie Rich
Lee Ingleby Patrick
Robert Wisdom Mr. Sterling
Sarah Carter Trust Fund #1
Santiago Cabrera Gene
Caroline Goodall Shy's Mom
Mpho Koaho Kimo
Ky-mani Marley
Rachel Miner Eva
Peter O'Meara Officer Franklin
Serena Scott Thomas Helen Allen
Jake Weber Officer Powell
Troy Sanford Jr. Gangsta
Josh Bernard Boo
Marcia Muttoo Andrea's Mom
Joel Francis Brother White
Clifton Bennett Jerk Chef
Technical Credits
Frank E. Flowers Director, Screenwriter
Dahlia Ambach-Caplin Musical Direction/Supervision
Michael Bernard Cinematographer
Orlando Bloom Executive Producer
Robbie Brenner Producer
Damien Byrne Production Designer
Glen Caplin Musical Direction/Supervision
Peter Christelis Editor
Amanda Demme Musical Direction/Supervision
Lisa Fruchtman Editor
Jamie Hardt Sound/Sound Designer
Alek Keshishian Executive Producer
Kelli Konop Executive Producer
Kelli Konop Executive Producer
Cassandra Kulukundis Casting
Heitor Pereira Score Composer
Bobbie Read Costumes/Costume Designer
Bob Yari Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- Haven
1. Main Titles/Bank Closures [:24]
2. Important Fax [2:23]
3. Starting Over [5:20]
4. Fritz [2:47]
5. Island Party [5:11]
6. Busted [:56]
7. Shy [6:59]
8. Nachos and Chips [3:12]
9. Mi Corazon [2:20]
10. Discovered [1:37]
11. Accused [:42]
12. Vengeance [3:49]
13. Aftermath [2:37]
14. Birthday Bash [3:59]
15. Stay Away From Her [2:17]
16. You Don't Understand [4:18]
17. Clever People [4:28]
18. Working the System [4:10]
19. Friday the 13th [2:16]
20. Scarred [5:00]
21. Betrayal [:42]
22. Broken [6:05]
23. 28 Pounds [1:49]
24. Destiny/End Titles [7:24]
Disc #1, Side B -- Haven
1. Main Titles/Bank Closures [:24]
2. Important Fax [2:23]
3. Starting Over [5:20]
4. Fritz [2:47]
5. Island Party [5:11]
6. Busted [:56]
7. Shy [6:59]
8. Nachos and Chips [3:12]
9. Mi Corazon [2:20]
10. Discovered [1:37]
11. Accused [:42]
12. Vengeance [3:49]
13. Aftermath [2:37]
14. Birthday Bash [3:59]
15. Stay Away From Her [2:17]
16. You Don't Understand [4:18]
17. Clever People [4:28]
18. Working the System [4:10]
19. Friday the 13th [2:16]
20. Scarred [5:00]
21. Betrayal [:42]
22. Broken [6:05]
23. 28 Pounds [1:49]
24. Destiny/End Titles [7:24]
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Menu

Disc #1, Side A -- Haven
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      Audio: English 5.1 Dolby Surround
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
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   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Making Of
      Theatrical Trailer
      Winter Passing Trailer
      Find Me Guilty Trailer
Disc #1, Side B -- Haven
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   Language Selection
      Audio: English 5.1 Dolby Surround
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Making Of
      Theatrical Trailer
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Chasing Stories in the Haven of Grand Cayman

    Frank E. Flowers is a newcomer to the cinema scene and his early outing HAVEN shows both the flaws and strengths of early work. Seemingly under the influence of the current successful trend of movies with multiple stories that are shot in cross sequence to show enigmatic interrelationships (BABEL, TRAFFIC, CRASH, THE HOURS, etc), Flowers attempts to tie together big crime drama with intimate love story and the result, at this stage of filmmaking, is disjointed and aching for a good film editor. There are moments - but they require patience on the part of the viewer to stay with the film to the strange ending. The big crime idea is placed in the hands of Bill Paxton who with his daughter (Agnes Bruckner of DREAMLAND) takes his 'off shore money' from Miami to Grand Cayman island under the tutelage of smarmy lawyer Stephen Dillane. An island character (Victor Rasuk - a very promising young find from RAISING VICTOR VARGAS, LORDS OF DOGTOWN) begins to put the play on Bruckner, a factor that involves him as an islander in the big crime syndicate from the US. Bump. Next story involves Orlando Bloom as a listless wanderer in love with an island beauty (Zoe Saldana) whose family objects to the liaison. The brother (Anthony Mackie - who continues to find depth in roles in films like BROTHER TO BROTHER, HALF NELSON, THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE etc) rages after Bloom, scarring him for life. The interplay within each story is well enough focused but the apparent compare-and-contrast motive of weaving these two disparate yet core-similar stories together is a problem for Flowers. The cast is a mixed bag, with some superb actors along side some wannabes. And oddly the top actors (such as Bobby Cannavale) are placed in less important roles than some of the lesser experienced ones. The film is pretty to look at, has its moments, and shows promise, but it is not one to place on the 'must see' list. Grady Harp

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Bloom Rules!!!

    Dudes, Orlando proves again he's more than a swashbuckler, a true actor whose dramatic talents shine in this interweaving drama. Several different plots & characters slowly interconnect via a series of actions ending in tragedy. Bloom finds himself in a Romeo & Juliet-like scenario when his romance with the island's richest girl makes him the enemy of his girl's vicious gangster-wannabe brother. I've been a fan of his since 'FOTR', I hope he continues to do epics like POTC (Can't wait for the 3rd) but hope to see him do more different stuff like Haven. Just like Johnny Depp & Brad Pitt, Orlando proves wrong that lame stereotype that good-looking actors can't act, that they just get by on looks. Orlando Bloom is here to stay. Manchester United For Life!

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