Seraphim Falls

Seraphim Falls

Director: David Von Ancken Cast: Liam Neeson, Pierce Brosnan, Anjelica Huston
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Seraphim Falls

Frequent television director David Von Ancken (Oz and The Shield) offers a thrilling meditation on the true nature of revenge with this post-Civil War era tale of a one man's quest to put his nemesis in the ground, and another man's struggle to survive at any cost. Deep in the snowy mountains of the American West, a lone man named Gideon (Pierce Brosnan) basks, lost in thought, in the warm glow of a small fire. When a shot suddenly rings out and a bullet whizzes just inches from his head, Gideon is suddenly pulled from his repose. His reaction is too slow, however, to save him from the impact of a second bullet fired immediately thereafter; a bullet that painfully lodges itself into the soft flesh of Gideon's tired shoulder. The man who fired these bullets is Colonel Morsman Carver (Liam Neeson), and Carver's goal is to hunt Gideon down like an animal and extract painful revenge for a past transgression that left Colonel Carver forever changed. From this point on, there will be no peace in either man's life as a harrowing game of kill-or-be-killed is played out against the backdrop of the awe-inspiring and deceptively treacherous wilderness where the unforgiving law of the land takes deadly precedence over the civility of modern society.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/15/2007
UPC: 0043396171596
Original Release: 2006
Rating: R
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:52:00
Sales rank: 16,725

Special Features

Behind the scenes of Seraphim Falls; Commentary with Pierce Brosnan, writer/director David Von Ancken, and production designer Michael Hanan

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Liam Neeson Colonel Morsman Carver
Pierce Brosnan Gideon
Anjelica Huston Madame Louise
Michael Wincott Hayes
Robert Baker Pope
Ed Lauter Parsons
Tom Noonan Minister/Abraham
Kevin J. O'Connor Henry
John Robinson Kid

Technical Credits
David Von Ancken Director,Screenwriter
Gary Barnes Art Director
Conrad Buff Editor
Peter M. Chesney Special Effects Supervisor
Bruce Davey Producer
Mali Finn Casting
David Flynn Producer
Harry Gregson-Williams Score Composer
Michael Z. Hanan Production Designer
Abby Everett Jacques Screenwriter
John Limotte Associate Producer,Co-producer
Philip Paltern Asst. Director
William Sarokin Sound/Sound Designer
Deborah L. Scott Costumes/Costume Designer
John Toll Cinematographer
Stan Wlodkowski Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Seraphim Falls
1. "Let Him Bleed" [5:18]
2. Over the Falls [3:44]
3. Primitive Surgery [5:11]
4. Doubling Back [3:32]
5. A Lucky Shot [2:08]
6. "Where's Pope?" [2:37]
7. Helped by Strangers [2:56]
8. "Somebody After Your Hides" [3:36]
9. Words of Wisdom [3:32]
10. Interrogation [3:14]
11. "Too Busy Thievin" [2:49]
12. Ambushed [5:06]
13. Setting a Trap [1:56]
14. "Walking Papers" [2:40]
15. Fugitives [4:00]
16. Then There Were Two [2:39]
17. "He Sees Your Sin" [2:52]
18. Horse Thievin [2:39]
19. Escape [4:12]
20. "Let's Move" [3:12]
21. "No Hymns" [2:42]
22. Robbed my Missionaries [3:57]
23. Mercy on the Beast [4:34]
24. Following Orders [6:32]
25. A Strange Encounter [6:04]
26. Madame Louise's Cure All [7:18]
27. Duel in the Desert [5:55]
28. Closing Credits [6:38]

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Seraphim Falls 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This film is okay and the acting was top-notch. Some scenes are like "rambo: first blood" others are pure historical montages, like the chinese building the railroad. An explanation as to why one wants to kill the other is shown, but changes in both characters--pre and post explanation--aren't extreme until the end of the film. This means between action scenes the film slows down. The slow build works well, but "the proposition" was too great of a film to make this one stand out. Angelica huston pretty much played the devil and was out of place. The film would have been better if some scenes were cut out, thereby allowing the film to flow better as a whole the soundtrack was a little weak too.
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