Blue Smoke

Blue Smoke

Director: David Carson Cast: Alicia Witt, Matthew Settle, Scott Bakula
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Blue Smoke

Years after her family's pizza parlor was burned to the ground by an out of control arsonist, a girl does her best to overcome her childhood trauma by becoming a seasoned arson investigator in this thriller starring Scott Bakula and Alicia Witt. But some careers are more dangerous than others, and when a madman emerges from the flames to terrorize the respected investigator it begins to appear as if her infernal destiny may have been sealed as a young girl.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/11/2007
UPC: 0043396212183
Original Release: 2007
Rating: NR
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:35:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Alicia Witt Reena
Matthew Settle Bo Goodnight
Scott Bakula Actor

Technical Credits
David Carson Director
Chris P. Bacon Score Composer
Tom Cox Co-producer
Paul Dixon Editor
Nikos Evdeman Cinematographer
Stephanie Germain Executive Producer
Peter Guber Executive Producer
Chester Kaczenski Production Designer
Ronni Kern Screenwriter
Andrew Moreau Production Designer
Salli Newman Producer
Murray Oro Co-producer
Steve Porcaro Score Composer
Jordy Randall Co-producer
Peter E. Strauss Executive Producer
Stuart Michael Thomas Score Composer
Nora Roberts Source Author

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Blue Smoke
1. Story of My Life [7:26]
2. Heat of Battle [11:18]
3. Facing Fire [4:31]
4. Someplace Quiet [10:22]
5. Special Occasion [8:55]
6. New Start [9:20]
7. Panic Stir [5:44]
8. Love Fire [5:34]
9. Research Findings [4:35]
10. Happy Flowers [7:38]
11. Family Plans [5:47]
12. Finding Fire [14:09]

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Blue Smoke 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Readers of Nora Roberts books will doubtless want to watch this adaptation of one of her popular novels (to date there are four of her books translated into made for television movies). The story, as adapted by Ronni Kern, is straight forward with enough of a mixture of love scenes and action scenes to please the audience. No, this is not a major league film, but it is made with a fine cast of actors who bring the drama to life. Reena Hale (Alicia Witt) watched as her family's pizzeria burned to the ground after a scuffle between Reena's father Gib (Eric Keenleyside) and neighbor Joe Pastorelli (David Brown). Pastorelli is convicted of arson and swears to get even. Jump years later and Reena is now an arson investigator under the tutelage of Officer John Minger (Scott Bakula) who had solved the case in Reena's family's loss. Once credentialed, Reena finds herself stalked by an arsonist who just happens to include two of Reena's boyfriends as victims of deaths by fire. The story is a search and destroy mission to discover the identity of the arsonist and Reena is aided by her newest love interest Bo Goodnight (Matthew Settle) in a taut, well paced and well filmed adventure: if the identity of the arsonist is rather apparent early on, that doesn't diminish the suspense aspect of the film. The supporting cast includes fine actor Talia Shire as Reena's mother, a role that adds a touch of human comedy as well as unconditional love that lifts the story just when it needs grounding, as well as some very fine fresh faces with promise. David Carson directs the many fire scenes with a good sense of 'reality' and delivers a sound message about the worth of arson investigators and firemen. But in the end it is Alicia Witt's movie and she carries her character well. Good entertainment. Grady Harp
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