Director: Ron Morales Cast: Arnold Reyes, Menggie Cobarrubias, Dido Dela Paz

Product Details

Release Date: 07/23/2013
UPC: 0014381848229
Original Release: 2012
Rating: NR
Source: Image Entertainment
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:24:00

Special Features

Audio commentary with writer/director Ron Morales, producers Rebecca Lundgren, Sam Rider and director of photography Sung Rae Cho A Life For Every Lie: The Making Of Graceland Deleted scenes Alternate Ending

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Arnold Reyes Marlon Villar
Menggie Cobarrubias Manuel Chango
Dido Dela Paz Detective Ramos
Leon Miguel Visel
Ella Guevara Elvie Villar
Marife Necisito Marcy Chango
Patricia Ona Gayod Sophia Chango

Technical Credits
Ron Morales Director,Editor,Screenwriter
Theo Brooks Executive Producer
Sung Rae Cho Cinematographer
Steve Giammaria Sound/Sound Designer
Yusuke Kamata Co-producer
Cyrus Khan Casting
James LeSage Editor
Rebecca Lundgren Producer
Vince Maggio Co-producer
Sean McEwen Co-producer
Jorge Olortegui Editor
David Raymond Executive Producer
Sam Rider Producer
JB Eduela y Rodriguez Associate Producer
Roland Rubenecia Production Designer
James Saluzzi Associate Producer
Adam Schoenberg Score Composer
Steven Schoenberg Score Composer
Erica Sobel Associate Producer
Eric Ulrich Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Graceland
1. Opening Titles [6:03]
2. Work [4:19]
3. Betting On The Underdog [5:56]
4. Kidnappers [8:42]
5. Message Delivered? [4:34]
6. Two Million [9:00]
7. Interrogation [8:01]
8. Number 9 [9:28]
9. Back Off The Case [6:39]
10. Where Is Sophia? [3:05]
11. What Really Happened? [3:33]
12. End Credits [7:07]
13. Chapter 13 [7:24]

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Graceland 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
RobbieBobby44 More than 1 year ago
For a fairly low-budget film, this was exceptional. Although this is a dark and depressing story, my introduction to Filipino cinema left me in awe. Featuring a twist in the plot that reminds me of something as amazing as The Usual Suspects, this little gem boldly pulls the viewer into a world (which IS real, just one we almost never see or experience in a country as wealthy and as isolated as the US) in which people must eventually pay for their wrongdoings in catastrophic ways. It's also a world in which anyone, even a child, can do persuaded in curious ways to say or do shocking things - the finale packs quite a punch! Not for the faint of heart, I tell you...