A Scanner Darkly

A Scanner Darkly

Director: Richard Linklater Cast: Keanu Reeves, Robert Downey Jr., Woody Harrelson

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Product Details

Release Date: 12/19/2006
UPC: 0012569594173
Original Release: 2006
Rating: R
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:40:00
Sales rank: 42,137

Special Features

Commentary by Keanu Reeves, writer/director Ricard Linklater, producer Tommy Pallotta, author Jonathan Lethem and Philip K. Dick's daughter Isa Dick Hackett; One Summer in Austin: The Story of Filming a Scanner Darkly; The Weight of the Line: Animation Tales; Theatrical Trailer; Subtitles: English, Français & Español (feature film only)

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Keanu Reeves Bob Arctor
Robert Downey James 'Jim' Barris
Woody Harrelson Ernie Luckman
Winona Ryder Donna Hawthorn
Rory Cochrane Charles Freck
Mitch Baker Brown Bear Lodge Host
Sean Allen Additional Fred Scramble Suit Voice
Cliff Haby Voice From Headquarters
Steven Chester Prince Cop
Natasha Valdez Waitress
Mark Turner Additional Hank Scramble Suit Voice
Chamblee Ferguson Medical Deputy 2
Angela Rawna Medical Deputy 1
Eliza Stevens Arctor's Daughter
Sarah Menchaca Arctor's Daughter
Melody Chase Arctor's Wife
Leif Anders Freck Suicide Narrator
Turk Pipkin Creature
Alex Jones Street Prophet
Lisa Marie Newmyer Connie
Wilbur Penn Medical Officer
Ken Webster Medical Officer
Hugo Perez New Path Staff Member
Dameon Clarke Mike
Christopher Ryan New Path Residents
Leila Plummer New Path Resident
Jackson Douglas New Path Farm Manager
Marco Perella Donald

Technical Credits
Richard Linklater Director,Screenwriter
Sandra Adair Editor
Paul Adam Animator
Paul Ahern Animator
Ethan Andrus Sound/Sound Designer
Kevin Ang Animator
Ben Bays Animator
John Bruch Animator
John Buckley Animator
Jason Chalker Animator
Denise Chamian Casting
George Clooney Executive Producer
Ben Cosgrove Executive Producer
Melita Curphy Animator
Bruce Curtis Production Designer
Matt Drake Animator
Peat Duggins Animator
Patty Duke Animator
Benny Dunn Animator
Rahab El Ewaly Animator
Erin Ferguson Co-producer
John Ferguson Executive Producer
Jennifer Fox Executive Producer
Michael P. Garza Animator
Greg Geisler Animator
Justin Goldwater Animator
Sara Greene Associate Producer
Zach Hall Animator
Justin Hennard Sound/Sound Designer
Ryan Hennessee Animator
Dean Hsieh Animator
Sherard Jackson Animator
Kennon James Animator
Nathan Jensen Animator
Shane F. Kelly Cinematographer
Vivian P. Le Animator
Amalia Litsa Animator
David Marquez Animator
Darylin Nagy Makeup
Tom Pallotta Producer
Vince Palmo Asst. Director
John Paul Animator
Kevin Peake Animator
Glenn Perkins Animator
Kari Perkins Costumes/Costume Designer
Nic Ratner Musical Direction/Supervision
Thomas P. Reidy Animator
Graham Reynolds Score Composer
Joseph Riley Animator
Susan Sabiston Animator
Aaron Sacco Animator
F. Joseph Santori Animator
Leah Sharpe Animator
Dan Shuta Animator
John Sloss Executive Producer
Jonah Smith Producer
Steven Soderbergh Executive Producer
Craig Matthew Staggs Animator
Erwin Stoff Producer
Jason Stout Animator
J. Michael Stovall Animator
Alicia Traveria Animator
Michael Veroni Animator
Anne Walker-McBay Producer
Ralph Watson Camera Operator
Palmer West Producer
Lorin Wood Animator
Michael Wood Animator

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- A Scanner Darkly
1. Aphids and Credits [3:51]
2. Scramble Suit [5:32]
3. Surveillance [3:03]
4. The D Talking [3:33]
5. Assigned to Himself [4:24]
6. Missing Gears [3:14]
7. Testy Testing [4:28]
8. The Informant [3:43]
9. How'd I Get Here? [3:03]
10. Road Trip [3:58]
11. Only a Psychotic [2:35]
12. Home Invasion [3:08]
13. Hiding a Great Deal [2:04]
14. Posing As a Narc [2:47]
15. Near-Death Watch [5:21]
16. Sins of Freck [3:39]
17. Can I Go With You? [2:36]
18. Terminal Liaison [5:42]
19. What Does a Scanner See? [4:51]
20. Split-Brain Phenomenon [4:21]
21. In a Very Bad Way [2:08]
22. Another Loser at New-Path [7:17]
23. Beneath the Surface [3:04]
24. Flower of the Future [5:01]
25. Author's Coda [2:17]
26. End Credits [:55]

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A Scanner Darkly 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
of all the Phil Dick novels made into films,and there are many-(Blade Runner, Minority Report, Total Recall) this one comes closest to the book and does justice to Phil's great writing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a huge Philip Dick, and Richard Linklater fan so I have to say I went into this movie expecting greatness, but got so much more. The Rotoscoping technique works brilliantly with Dick's kaleidoscopic storytelling. And with a soundtrack including many songs by Thom Yorke "Radiohead" there is no way I could miss it. The movie follows the book as closely as possible, and brings new life to the story. All together humorous, thought-provoking and a little foretelling, this is my favorite Philip Dick adaptation yet. This movie is a must-see for all fans of the Sci-fi author, and of Linklater's rotoscoping. I loved every minute of it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed watching this sci-fi movie for its sobering view of how government and the drug culture in America collide. Based on a novel by Philip K. Dick, A Scanner Darkly is a story about the lives of five friends who are impacted by a recreational drug called Substance D and the government's role in propagandizing what is being done about the drug problem in America. Arctor who is an uncover drug agent becomes hooked on Substance D and is sent to a drug rehab facility known as New Path where he discovers the truth about the government's involvment with this drug. The performances are outstanding and the visuals (in animation) are stunningly beautiful. The stars in this movie are Keanu Reeves( as Robert Artchor code name Fred,) Robert Downy Jr. , Woody Harrelson, Winona Rider and Rory Cochrane.
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When i first saw the film i thought, "okay movie, with some good parts." after watching it again and again, i realized the movie was freaking awesome. The good parts made the so-so parts all blend into a great experience. I recommend seeing the film by yourself to allow more after thought and thinking throughout the film. The film is great in rotoscope, but i would really like to see the film before painting was done. A double disk set with both versions would be a sure buy for any fan of the film, including me. The ending rocks!
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