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Twelve
     

Twelve

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Director: Joel Schumacher, Kiefer Sutherland, Chace Crawford, Anthony Quarles

Cast: Joel Schumacher, Kiefer Sutherland, Chace Crawford, Anthony Quarles

 

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A privileged, pot-dealing high school dropout heads down a collision course with tragedy after his cousin is slain in Harlem and his best friend is arrested as the prime suspect in the killing. Inspired by author Nick McDonell's critically acclaimed novel, Joel Schumacher's gritty inner-city drama tells the story of White Mike (

Overview

A privileged, pot-dealing high school dropout heads down a collision course with tragedy after his cousin is slain in Harlem and his best friend is arrested as the prime suspect in the killing. Inspired by author Nick McDonell's critically acclaimed novel, Joel Schumacher's gritty inner-city drama tells the story of White Mike (Chace Crawford), a wayward teen who makes more money selling pot to rich kids from the Upper East Side than he ever would with a high school diploma. Spring break is here, and everyone in Manhattan is looking for a sack. White Mike's spoiled clientele always springs for the good stuff, making this an especially profitable time of the year. When White Mike's cousin winds up on the losing end of a deadly skirmish at an East Harlem housing project, the drug-pushing dropout finds his comfortable existence shaken to the core.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/28/2010
UPC:
0024543719809
Original Release:
2010
Rating:
R
Source:
20th Century Fox
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
1:33:00
Sales rank:
58,041

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kiefer Sutherland Narrator
Chace Crawford White Mike
Anthony Quarles Big K
Curtis Jackson Lionel
Jeremy Allen White Charlie
Philip Ettinger Hunter
Emily Meade Jessica
Esti Ginzburg Sara
Zoe Kravitz Gabby
Chanel Farrell Shelly
Cody Horn Alissa
Jermaine Crawford Nana
Alexander Flores Arturo
Dionne Audain Nana's Mother
Rory Culkin Chris
Charles Austin Saxon Mark Rothko
Erik Per Sullivan Timmy
Liam McMullan Royal
Nico Tortorella Tobias
Peter Cary Peterson Guy Kissing Jessica
Thomas McDonell Kid in Plaid Tie
Emma Roberts Molly
Jack Kimball Young White Mike
Billy Magnussen Claude
Klavdia Ramnareine Attractive Lady
Damian Young Hunter's Father
Steve Grodewald Tattoo Guy
Ako Mrs. Fong
Ethan Peck Sean
Stephanie Ittleson Ethics Teacher
Isiah Whitlock Detective Dumant
Gregg Bello Detective Keminski
Josh Casaubon Donnie
Ellen Barkin Jessica's Mother
Maxx Brawer Andrew
Fiana Toibin Dorrine
Rosalyn Coleman Nurse
Alice Barrett-Mitchell White Mike's Mother
Alexandra Neil Mimi Kenten
Rock Kohli Star Deli Clerk
Finn Wittrock Warren
Ed Moran Avery Kimball, Esq.

Technical Credits
Joel Schumacher Director
Michael Bederman Co-producer
Yves Chevalier Executive Producer
Aaron Cooley Associate Producer
Charlie Corwin Producer
Katya DeBear Art Director
Sidonie Dumas Producer
Ted Field Producer
Steven Fierberg Cinematographer
Frederic Golchan Associate Producer
Hal Greenblatt Associate Producer
Andrew Greenblatt Executive Producer
Harry Gregson-Williams Score Composer
Vanessa Hope Associate Producer
Jordan Melamed Producer,Screenwriter
Linda Moran Associate Producer
Christophe Riandee Executive Producer
David Robinson Costumes/Costume Designer
Joe Rudge Musical Direction/Supervision
Robert Salerno Producer
Space Monkey Special Effects
Ethan Tobman Production Designer
Serge Touboul Co-producer
Mike Weber Executive Producer
Paul Zucker Editor

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Twelve 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
xing1234 More than 1 year ago
I happened to watch Twelve by channel surfing late at night. Luckily it had just started, because from start to finish i was completely entranced with the story. It deals with the hard and chilling facts of real life most movies skirt around these days.
ic_dr3amer More than 1 year ago
It is not a story with a happy ending, or even with an okay one. it is just plain sad, but so is life. I think that's why I liked this movie so much, because it is so real. Drug addiction is a disease. One that kills. We realize the depth of that in this film. I completely recommend this movie to anyone who isn't afraid to experience it, because that's what it is- an experience. I heartbreakingly honest experience, but one worth having.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago