Unbreakable


1h 47m 2000

Brief Synopsis

David Dunn is a listless security guard returning by train to his home in Philadelphia. Though he loves his young son Joseph, he hasn't felt good about himself in years and his relationship with his equally depressed wife, Audrey, is just about over. Into this uneventful life comes a terrible train

Film Details

Also Known As
Incassable
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Pamela J Wise
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 47m

Synopsis

David Dunn is a listless security guard returning by train to his home in Philadelphia. Though he loves his young son Joseph, he hasn't felt good about himself in years and his relationship with his equally depressed wife, Audrey, is just about over. Into this uneventful life comes a terrible train wreck. More than 100 people die--everyone on that Philadelphia-bound train, in fact, with a single exception. David Dunn not only comes out alive, he emerges without a scratch on him. The notoriety of his survival leads directly to something left on his car windshield, an unsigned note asking if he's ever been sick. Intrigued, Dunn not only investigates the history of his own health but also tracks down the man who left the message, comic-art dealer Elijah Price. Though Price suffers from a strange and rare bone disease that makes him fragile to the touch, it is the explanation as to why Dunn survivied the wreck that is nothing short of extraordinary.

Crew

David Acord

Production

Douglas Aibel

Casting

Randle Akerson

Sound Effects Editor

Greta Alexander

Scenic Artist

Gregg Allman

Song

Gregg Allman

Song Performer

Charles Anderson

3-D Artist

Scott Anderson

Other

Lynn Andrews

Production Supervisor

Pete Anthony

Music Conductor

Allan Apone

Makeup Artist

Steve Arnold

Art Director

Jeff Atmajian

Original Music

Bill Aylsworth

Other

Johann Sebastian Bach

Music

Gary Barber

Executive Producer

Donnell Barnes

Other

Kate Bartoldus

Scenic Artist

Warren Battchelet

Special Thanks To

Christopher Beattie

Grip

Scott Beattie

Camera Operator

Steven F. Beaupre

Set Production Assistant

Peter Benedek

Special Thanks To

David Benton

Special Thanks To

Dana Berez

Assistant

Mary Berkelbach

Medic

Sonia Bhalla

Assistant Director

Robert Biddle

Security

Teresa Binder

Costumes

Jodi Birdsong

Effects Coordinator

Roger Birnbaum

Executive Producer

Elizabeth Black

Craft Service

Andrew Bock

Assistant Sound Editor

Thomas Boguski

Production Coordinator

Elizabeth Bonaventura

Scenic Artist

David Booth

Other

Lewis Bowen

Other

Thomas F Bowen

Other

Chris Bower

Electrician

Nigel Boyd

Costumes

Krzystof J Bratun

Scenic Artist

Sheridan Braxton

Best Boy

James Breen

Other

John J Breen

Grip

Stephen Breimer

Special Thanks To

Michael W Brennan

Electrician

Jeanette Browning

Adr

Sue Brunell-edwards

Production Accountant

Dave Bryan

Special Thanks To

Thomas R Bryant

Editor

Roy C Bryson

Hair Stylist

Thom Bumblauskas

Scenic Artist

Lane Burch

Foley Mixer

Solomon Burke

Song Performer

Allan Byer

Sound Mixer

Joe Cacciotti

Assistant Director

Abigail Callahan

Assistant

Marc Canas

Other

Rick Canelli

Adr

Dan Carter

Projectionist

Colleen Casey

Set Production Assistant

James A Casey

Grip

Gregory Cimino

Driver

Barney Clarey

Driver

James Clark

Other

Richard A Clark

Assistant Location Manager

Janet Cleveland

Scenic Artist

Andrew Conner

Best Boy

Brian Connor

Visual Effects

Daniel C Cook

Assistant Camera Operator

Frances A Cook

Tailor

Jason Cortazzo

Best Boy Grip

Claire Cowperthwaite

Script Supervisor

Jay Cox

Color Timer

Jeffrey Cox

Special Effects Foreman

Steve Cremin

Special Effects Supervisor

Jason Currie

Production Assistant

Dean Curtius

Grip

David A Dabrowski

Grip

Jon Doe Davidson

Grip

Glenn R Davis

Electrician

Brad Dechter

Original Music

Denise Depalma

Medic

Jenni Desnovee

Scenic Artist

Matthew Dettmann

Foley Artist

Lee Dichter

Rerecording

Vince Digiacomo

Craft Service

Victoria L Dilks

Medic

Frank Dombrowski

Special Thanks To

Roxanne Dorman

Assistant Editor

Thomas Drescher

Music Editor

Dianne Dreyer

Script Supervisor

Goran Duka

Caterer

John Duncan

Electrician

Jim Dwyer

Special Thanks To

Mark Eads

Driver

Stephen J Eads

Assistant

Charles C Eccles

Other

Christian F Eubank

Special Effects

William Fadness

Other

John Paul Fasal

Other

Diane Fazio

Visual Effects

Megan Fenerty

Set Production Assistant

James C. Feng

Assistant Art Director

Cynthia Feyrer

Negative Cutting

Mark Fiedler

Electrician

William P Fiedler

Generator Operator

Christopher Flick

Foley Editor

Louis Flores

3-D Artist

David Fortino

Grip

Black Francis

Song

Michael Frechette

Special Effects

Larry Fulton

Production Designer

Marie Gaerlan

Assistant Editor

Matt Galla

Production Manager

Michael Galvin

On-Set Dresser

Adam Garza

Other

John Gazdik

Assistant Camera Operator

Michelle Gebert

Post-Production Accountant

Edward R Geller

Grip

Jay Geller

Special Effects

Paul C Gibilisco

Assistant Camera Operator

Jennifer Gillespie

Other

Brian Glazer

Other

Marc H. Glick

Special Thanks To

Ben Godfrey

Song

Benjamin Goldberg

Assistant Production Coordinator

Jon E Graf

Other

Jessica Graham

Office Assistant

Christopher F Graneto

Grip

Richard Grant

Other

Merril Greene

Costumes

Adrienne Greshock

Costumes

Isobel Griffiths

Music Contractor

Thomas Groody

On-Set Dresser

Ulysses Guidotti

Apprentice

Mark Gutterud

Assistant Camera Operator

Michael Haight

Adr Supervisor

Robert W Hall

Driver

William J Hamilton

Grip

Matthew Hanlon

Grip

Barbara Harris

Voice Casting

Gordon Hayman

Camera Operator

Gary Hecker

Foley Artist

Diane Heery

Extras Agent/Coordinator

William F Hennessy

On-Set Dresser

Fred Hersch

Song Performer

James T. Hill

Music Producer

Zelden Hillyard

Driver

Chryss Hionis

Scenic Artist

Doug Holgate

Camera Operator

Darin Hollings

Digital Effects Supervisor

Robert Holtzman

Assistant Set Decorator

Richard R Hoover

Visual Effects Supervisor

J Horn

Song

Jason Hornbeck

Other

James Newton Howard

Music

James Newton Howard

Original Music

Shannon R Howard

Other

Joey Huynh

Other

Askia Won-ling Jacob

Costumes

Alicia Jacobson

Scenic Artist

Gregory F Johnson

Grip

Joanna Johnston

Costume Designer

Cary Jones

Dga Trainee

Tudor Jones

Set Production Assistant

William T Jones

Dolly Grip

Joseph Judd

Special Effects

Troy Junge

Other

Michael Kaelin

Visual Effects

Doc Kane

Adr Mixer

Erika S Katz

Scenic Artist

Kathleen Kelly

Medic

Russ Kempf

Generator Operator

Mara Kerum

Caterer

Jay B King

Special Effects Foreman

Richard King

Sound Designer

Richard King

Sound Editor

Laila S Kjoersvik-swanson

Scenic Artist

Michael Kleiman

Assistant Camera Operator

Marion Kolsby

Assistant Art Director

Peggy Kowalski

Special Thanks To

Donald A Kozma

Makeup Assistant

Sonia Kwon

Set Production Assistant

Kevin Ladson

Property Master

Ladd Lanford

Assistant Editor

Jeffrey Laplante

Production Accountant

Buddy Lawn

Grip

Elizabeth Lawrence

Other

Mike Lemon

Location Casting

Mike Lemon

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Peter Leokum

Special Thanks To

Michael Leonard

Assistant Camera Operator

Dan Levitan

Visual Effects

Matt J Levy

Other

Demetrius Lewis

Electrician

Patricio Libenson

Foley

Craig Heston Ligget

Lighting

Craig Heston Ligget

Rigging Gaffer

Steve Litecky

Lighting Technician

Film Details

Also Known As
Incassable
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Pamela J Wise
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 47m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall November 22, 2000

Released in United States on Video June 26, 2001

M. Night Shyamalan reportedly received $5,000,000 for his screenplay and $5,000,000 to direct.

M. Night Shyamalan reportedly received $5,000,000 for his screenplay and $5,000,000 to direct.

Completed shooting June 30, 2000.

Began shooting April 17, 2000.

Released in United States Fall November 22, 2000

Released in United States on Video June 26, 2001