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Thirteenth Floor
     

The Thirteenth Floor

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Director: Josef Rusnak, Craig Bierko, Gretchen Mol, Armin Mueller-Stahl

Cast: Josef Rusnak, Craig Bierko, Gretchen Mol, Armin Mueller-Stahl

 

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The increasingly blurry lines between what is real and what is an artificial construct - both physically and philosophically - are the point of focus in the science fiction drama The Thirteenth Floor. In 1937, a man named Fuller (Armin Mueller-Stahl) gives a note to Ashton (Vincent D'Onofrio), the bartender at a swank hotel, that's addressed to Douglas Hall

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The increasingly blurry lines between what is real and what is an artificial construct - both physically and philosophically - are the point of focus in the science fiction drama The Thirteenth Floor. In 1937, a man named Fuller (Armin Mueller-Stahl) gives a note to Ashton (Vincent D'Onofrio), the bartender at a swank hotel, that's addressed to Douglas Hall (Craig Bierko). Fuller tells Ashton it's crucial that no one else sees the note, and that the information enclosed is of great importance. Moments later, Fuller transports himself to 1998. He's soon found murdered, and a shirt stained with Fuller's blood is found in Hall's apartment. Fuller and Hall both work for Intergraph Computer Systems, a cutting edge artificial intelligence firm, and the "past" Fuller was visiting was actually a stunningly realistic recreation of Los Angeles 50 years ago, complete with people you can meet and places you can visit, that exists only in a microchip. The message he left with Ashton, however, is real. Some people, including LAPD detective Larry McBain (Dennis Haysbert) believe Hall murdered Fuller to assume his position of leadership at Intergraph. Jane (Gretchen Mol), Fuller's daughter, soon arrives on the scene, and Hall finds himself infatuated; Hall is determined to clear his name, so with the help of Whitney (also played by (Vincent D'Onofrio), he into the virtual 1937 in hopes of discovering just what happened. The Thirteenth Floor makes copious use of digital effects technology to allow its characters to travel between 1937 and 1998 - ironically using computer technology to create a world that exists inside a computer.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/14/2009
UPC:
0043396295285
Original Release:
1999
Rating:
R
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
ABC
Time:
1:40:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Craig Bierko Douglas Hall
Gretchen Mol Jane Fuller
Armin Mueller-Stahl Hannon Fuller
Vincent D'Onofrio Ashton,Whitney
Dennis Haysbert Det. Larry McBain
Steven Schub Zev Bernstein
Jeremy Roberts Tom Jones

Technical Credits
Josef Rusnak Director,Screenwriter
Michael Ballhaus Executive Producer
Helga Ballhaus Executive Producer
Evelyne Barbier Set Decoration/Design
Ravel Centeno-Rodriguez Screenwriter
Roland Emmerich Producer
Ute Emmerich Producer
Jose Antonio Garcia Sound/Sound Designer
Harald Kloser Score Composer
Kirk M. Petruccelli Production Designer
Joseph Porro Costumes/Costume Designer
Henry Richardson Editor
Leslie Thomas Set Decoration/Design
Kelly Van Horn Co-producer
Marco Weber Producer
April Webster Casting
Kim Winther Asst. Director
Victor Zolfo Set Decoration/Design

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Commentary with co-writer/director Josef Rusnak and production designer Kirk M. Pettuccelli; Music video: "Erase/Rewind" by the Cardigans

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The Thirteenth Floor 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a really good movie that few people have seen - there is intrigue,action and thought provoking questions about what makes a person ''real''.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago