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Cast: Seth Donavan, Najarra Townsend, Fiona Dourif, Patty McCormack, Kevin J. O'Connor, David Warshofsky, Laura Dern, Melora Walters, Kimberly Ables Jindra, Jillian Bell, Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Ferguson ...MORE
Cast: Seth Donavan, Najarra Townsend, Fiona Dourif, Patty McCormack, Kevin J. O'Connor, David Warshofsky, Laura Dern, Melora Walters, Kimberly Ables Jindra, Jillian Bell, Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Ferguson, Barbara Brownell, Carl Marino, Amy Adams, Joshua Close, William Earl Brown, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Baily Hopkins, Katie Boland, Darren Le Gallo, Jesse Plemons, Rami Malek, Ariel Felix, Ambyr Childers, Lena Endre, Steven Wiig, Joshua Margulies, Christopher Evan Welch, Veronika Kurshinskaya, Jasmine Fletcher, Kay Ewing Donato, Amanda Caryn Jobbins, Alexandra Tejeda Rieloff, Liz Clare, Sarah Shoshana David, Robert Amico, Jill Andre, Aaron B.W. Collins, Cathy Fielding, Olivia Rosemarie Barham, Hunter Craig, Vladimir Velasco, Matt Bingham, Mimi Cozzens, Bruce Goodchild, Jonathan Carr, Linda Revelli, Jude Thomas, Kerry Goodwin, Brendan Norman, Bradley E. Smith, Myrna De Dios, Abraxas Adams, Emily Gilliam, Rene Napoli, Frank Bettag, Aaron Farb, Rodion Salnikov, Nick Corvello, Jennifer Neala Page, Richard Markman, Timothy D. Rossi, Martin Dew, Matthew Skomo, Raul Reformina, Mike Alfieri, Jeff Rankin, David Alan Poe, Christina Leigh, Brian Jagger, Ryder Craig, Franklin Dennis Jones, Heather Power, Dylan Saccoccio, Brittany Kilcoyne McGregor, Denis Boulankine, Joe Foley, Andy Dale, Charles Morgan, Bryan Westfall, Bill Blair, Joseph R. Scott, Stephane Nicoli, Adam C. Smith, Christine Ames, Matt Hering, Scott Rodgers, Jesse Muick, Martin Gagen, Ally Johnson, Kevin Hudnell, Steve Chapman, Vanessa Ross, Rose Fox, Keenan Johnston, Brady Rubin, Jim Gunter, Terry Lane, Gigi Benson, Talaria Haast, Jeffrey W. Jenkins, Kody Klein, Zan Overall, Mark Roman, Paul Loverde, Jay Laurence, Emily Jordan, Jesse Soares, Lorelai Hoey, Audrey Finer, Leah Verrill, Conner Cousins, Allen Pontes, Tina Bruna, Mark Lavell, Dennis Mattai, Mike Jerome Putnam, Brian Fong, Kellog Stover, Joel Shock, Lourdes Nadres, Ken Venzke, Diane Cortejo, Clint Corley, Thomas W. Stewart, Jonny Beltran, Price Carson, Brian Bell, Sarah Klaren, John H. Tobin, Brigitte Hagerman, Ian Trottier, Arne Starr, Michael A. Templeton, Shannon Freyer, Franklin Ruehl, Theo Crisell, John Mark Reyes, Kate Stewart, Mari Kearney, Andrew Nitzke, Olesya Grushko, Andrew Schlessinger, Dan Anderson, Phillip Caires, Scott Christy, Ryan Curtis, Dale Richard Howard, Dan Brown, Thomas Knickerbocker, James Barbour, Madisen Beaty, Courtney Howard, LaRain Ring, Leonida A. Bautista, Jefferson Nogueira, Ray Medved, Chanon Finley, Montgomery Paulsen, Napoleon Ryan, Darrin Vanderpan, Andrew Koponen, Kevin J. Walsh, Mike Howard, Thomas Dalby, Eban Schletter, William O'Brien, John Mawson, Barlow Jacobs, Cabran E. Chamberlain, Patrick Biggs, Zachary Culbertson ...LESS
The Master is a 2012 American drama film written, directed, and co-produced by Paul Thomas Anderson and starring Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams. It tells the story of Freddie Quell, a World War II veteran struggling to adjust to a post-war society who meets Lancaster... MORE
The Master is a 2012 American drama film written, directed, and co-produced by Paul Thomas Anderson and starring Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams. It tells the story of Freddie Quell, a World War II veteran struggling to adjust to a post-war society who meets Lancaster Dodd, a leader of a religious movement known as "The Cause," who sees something in Quell and accepts him into the movement. Freddie takes a liking to "The Cause" and begins traveling with Dodd along the East Coast to spread the teachings. It was produced by Annapurna Pictures and Ghoulardi Film Company and distributed by The Weinstein Company. With a budget of $30 million, filming began in June 2011. Cinematography was provided by Mihai Mălaimare, Jr., Jonny Greenwood composed the score, and Leslie Jones and Peter McNulty worked as editors. The film was partly inspired by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, but also used early drafts of There Will Be Blood, stories Jason Robards had told Anderson about his drinking days in the Navy during the war, and the life story of John Steinbeck. The Master was shot almost entirely on 65 mm film stock, making it the first feature length fiction film to be shot and released in 70 mm since Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet in 1996. LESS
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