The Calling

Overview

Lots of women get the feeling that their boyfriends become different people after they've married them, but one finds herself dealing with a much bigger problem than leaving socks around the house or not taking out the trash in this supernatural thriller. Kristie Laura Harris is a sweet but slightly naïve young woman who is soon to marry the man she loves, Marc St. Clair Richard Lintern, a television reporter. On the night of their wedding, Marc leads Kristie away from the wedding reception and takes her ...
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Overview

Lots of women get the feeling that their boyfriends become different people after they've married them, but one finds herself dealing with a much bigger problem than leaving socks around the house or not taking out the trash in this supernatural thriller. Kristie Laura Harris is a sweet but slightly naïve young woman who is soon to marry the man she loves, Marc St. Clair Richard Lintern, a television reporter. On the night of their wedding, Marc leads Kristie away from the wedding reception and takes her virginity near a strange stone monument in the woods. Kristie is a bit surprised by this behavior and even more startled when she discovers she's pregnant. Nine months after her wedding day, Kristie's son, Dylan, is born and the new mother is thrilled, but as the child grows older, she begins to sense that things aren't right. Marc seems to take an obsessive interest in his son, while even more surprisingly, his boss, Elizabeth Alice Krige, is nearly as interested as Marc. In time, when Dylan begins to display telekinetic powers and Kristie discovers Elizabeth has given him a book of Satanic prophesy, Kristie begins to wonder what sort of a person Marc really is -- and whose child did she really bear?
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Trailer; Scene selection; Spanish Subtitles; Interactive menus; Full screen presentation
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/26/2005
  • UPC: 687797601797
  • Original Release: 2000
  • Rating:

  • Source: Millennium
  • Time: 1:29:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 51,011

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Laura Harris Kristie
Richard Lintern Marc St. Clair
Alice Krige Elizabeth
Francis Magee
Alex Roe-Brown
John Standing
Peter Waddington
Nick Brimble
Rachel Shelley
Camilla Power
Technical Credits
Richard Ceasar Director
Kerry Barden Casting
Joachim Berc Cinematographer
Beth Chakham Casting
Matthias Deyle Executive Producer
Pam Downe Costumes/Costume Designer
Bernd Eichinger Executive Producer
Michael Feick Editor
Christopher Franke Songwriter
Rudy Gaines Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Billy Hopkins Casting
Yvo Junkers Executive Producer
Robert Kulzer Executive Producer
Bernd Lepel Production Designer
Norbert Preuss Producer
John Rice Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Suzanne Smith Casting
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Calling
1. Start [3:23]
2. Confession [1:27]
3. White Wedding [:58]
4. Careful Planning [:48]
5. Vows [2:20]
6. "This Is It!" [1:26]
7. Special Report [2:55]
8. A Normal Familu [1:15]
9. First Signs [:38]
10. Explaining Aunt Elizabeth [1:24]
11. The Park [1:44]
12. Christmas in London [2:42]
13. A Present for Dylan [3:15]
14. Returning Home [4:24]
15. "Linney?" [1:53]
16. "Woof, Woof" [2:00]
17. Cormac's Artifact [2:49]
18. Meeting the Professor [3:49]
19. The University Laboratory [3:08]
20. A Wake Up Call [1:23]
21. Calling on Cormac [6:07]
22. Find the Truth [3:54]
23. The False Prophet [4:06]
24. An Empty Home [2:32]
25. The Missing Piece [8:05]
26. "How Can I Do It?" [8:04]
27. Funeral Coverage [6:08]
28. A New Time [6:01]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Calling
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   Play Trailer
   Scene Selections
   Spanish Subtitles: On
   Spanins Subtitles: Off
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