Where the Money Is


1h 29m 2000

Brief Synopsis

Former famous bank robber Harry Manning has come up with a new way to break out of prison: fake a stroke and get transferred to a nursing home. It's a perfect plan, except for one thing: Carol, the woman assigned to take care of him at the nursing home, has a plan of her own. Suspecting he's playing

Film Details

Also Known As
En toute complicite, Lukten av pengar
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Adventure
Comedy
Crime
Drama
Thriller
Release Date
2000
Distribution Company
Gramercy Pictures/USA Films
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 29m

Synopsis

Former famous bank robber Harry Manning has come up with a new way to break out of prison: fake a stroke and get transferred to a nursing home. It's a perfect plan, except for one thing: Carol, the woman assigned to take care of him at the nursing home, has a plan of her own. Suspecting he's playing possum and herself needing some escape from a boring job and husband, she offers Harry a deal, but the seasoned criminal keeps his guard up and his focus on where the money is.

Crew

Caroline Adler

Other

Tanaz Akhlaghi

Casting Associate

Marie-eve Alder

Other

Yves Allard

Other

Lucie Arts

Hair Assistant

Eric Bardin

Assistant Set Dresser

Stanton Barrett

Stunt Coordinator

Bruno Barriere

Unit Manager

John Bartley

Director Of Photography

John Bartley

Dp/Cinematographer

Kelly Baylis

Grip

Robert Bruce Baylis

Dolly Grip

Gerald Beaudet

Other

Pascal Beaudin

Boom Operator

Maude Beaunoyer

Animal Wrangler

Jean Beauparlant

Other

Pierre-eric Beauparlant

Other

Etienne Bedard

Other

Claude Belanger

Driver

Anita Bensabat

Location Manager

Michel "mikey" Bertrand

Makeup Artist

Lyda Blank

Assistant Director

Pierre Blondin

Consultant

Philipe Bonneau

Electrician

Len Boone

Song

Ralph Borchert

Song

Moritz Borman

Executive Producer

Rejean Bouchard

Driver

Rejean Bouchard

Unit Manager

Genevieve Boudreault

Other

Claude Boulet

Assistant Camera Operator

Robert Boulos

Production Coordinator

Eric Boutin

Unit Manager

Holly Brace-lavoi

Art Assistant

Eric Brais

Coordinator

Stephane Brault

Assistant Editor

Yvan Brouillette

Unit Manager

Raymond Brounstein

Camera Operator

Joseanne Brunelle

Other

Nicolas Brunelle-garon

Other

Mike Bucci

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Rosina Bucci

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Kathryn Buck

Continuity

Alain Burel

Security

Thomas Burstyn

Director Of Photography

Thomas Burstyn

Dp/Cinematographer

Eddie Bydalek

Rerecording Assistant

Tom Carlson

Music Editor

Antonin Caron

Driver

Carroll Cartwright

Screenplay

Mark Castelli

Other

Marie Cayer

Assistant Director

Christian Chabot

Electrician

Richard Chabot

Other

Andre Chamberland

Production Designer

Francesca Chamberland

Costume Designer

Isabelle Chamberland

Art Department

Simon Chamberland

Props Buyer

Luc Champagne

Craft Service

Gillian Chandler

Makeup

Alexis Charpentier

Researcher

Cedric Charron

Sound

Michel Charron

Sound Recordist

Mathieu Chatelois

Office Runner

Michel Clement

Props Assistant

Stephane Clopp

Grip

Jocelyn Clouatre

Other

Antoinetta Cocciolo

Technical Advisor

Ben Conrad

Foley Recordist

Nicolas Corbo

Other

Andre Couillard-despres

Unit Manager

Garth Craven

Editor

Samuel Craven

Editor

Julie Cyrenne

Accountant

Arienne D'arche

Other

Francois Daignault

Steadicam Operator

Claude Dansereau

Unit Manager

Chris David

Rerecording

Paul Davis

Other

Jordan Dawes

Assistant Editor

Mary Lynn Deachman

On-Set Dresser

Gianna Deguire

Production

Robert Derapse

Other

Francois Des Rochers

Unit Manager

Marie-claude Deschenes

Wardrobe

Sandro Di Giancarlo

Hairdresser

Jacques Diamond

Makeup Artist

Sandro Digiancarlo

Hairdresser

Francesca Dodd

Dialogue Editor

Patrick Dodd

Sound Editor

Chris Dorr

Producer

Philippe Du Berger

Other

Andre Duchesne

Other

Genevieve Duguay

Unit Manager

Simon Dumesnil

Driver

Aleck Duncan

Driver

Sean Dwyer

Assistant Director

Guy East

Executive Producer

Christopher Emerson

Sound Effects

Marie-josee Emond

Location Scout

Will Evans

Other

Scott Eversoll

Song

Scott Eversoll

Song Performer

Thomas Fillingham

Camera Operator

Bettiann Fishman

Assistant Director

Anne Flaubert

Other

Ashley A Fondrevay

Production

Dominique Fortier

Electrician

Jacob Fortier

Best Boy

Jacques Fortier

Gaffer

Claude Fortin

Grip

Carrie Foster

Art Department Coordinator

Rene Frechette

Assistant Camera Operator

Stephane Frechette

Unit Manager

Louis Fredreich

Carpenter

E. Max Frye

Story By

E. Max Frye

Screenplay

E. Max Frye

From Story

Betsy Fuhr

Post-Production Accountant

Luc Gagnier

Other

Jean-francois Gagnon

Unit Manager

Yves Garant

Camera Trainee

Julie Garceau

Video Playback

Gisele Garneau

Dresser

Nathalie Garon

Hair Assistant

Michel Gauthier

Photography

Julie Gendreau

Electrician

Martin Gendron

Art Director

Nathalie Genest

Other

Dawn Gerrior

Assistant Editor

Mickey Gilbert

Stunt Coordinator

Kathy Goodman

Other

Linda Gosselin

Technical Advisor

Gerard Gourget

Generator Operator

Paul Gravel

Assistant Camera Operator

Anne Grenier

On-Set Dresser

Paul Guenette

Assistant Camera Operator

Real Hamel

Other

Real Hamel

Wrangler

Joanne Harwood

Continuity

Tim Haslam

Other

Tricia Heine

Makeup

Jerry Heiss

Production

Randi Hiller

Casting

Mark Hoffman

Assistant Camera Operator

Brad Hruboska

Steadicam Operator

George Hryzyn

Grip

Serge Hughes

Assistant Camera Operator

Denise Huth

Accounting Assistant

Jon Iger

Song

James Irwin

Unit Manager

Mark Isham

Music

Mark Isham

Music Producer

Marty Jensen

Song

Roland Joanis

Other

Rick Kahn

Other

Jorma Kantola

Assistant Camera Operator

Edwin Kashiba

Production

Sotos Katakos

Production

Spiri Katerelos

Accountant

Ron Keel

Song

Ron Keel

Song Performer

Luke Kitzanuk

Grip

Karen Kloack

Music Coordinator

Barbara Komorowski

Assistant

Stephen Krause

Music

Stephen Krause

Music Producer

Maarten Kroonenberg

Assistant Camera Operator

Gilles L'heureux

Other

Sylvain Labrecque

Best Boy Grip

Francois Labrie

Office Runner

Esther Lacaille

Unit Manager Assistant

Josee Lachance

Assistant Director

Martin Lacroix

Unit Manager

Sylvie Lacroix-parent

Unit Manager

Anne Lai

Production

Anne Laing

Adr

Jonny Lang

Song Performer

Stephen Lang

Song

Stephen Lang

Song Performer

Eric Larivee

Animal Wrangler

Jason Larocca

Other

Jean Larose

Other

Normand Laveaux

Other

Ian Lavoie

Props

Francois Laye

Carpenter

Melanie Lebel-morin

Unit Manager

Dan Lebental

Editor

David Leblanc

Driver

Mylene Leclerc

Security

Marc Leduc

Other

Frederic Lefebvre

Electrician

Jacques Legault

Security

Francois Legris

Electrician

Milly Leigh

Production

Paul Lemaire

Other

Helene Lemieux

Other

Alain Lepage

Other

Guy Lepine

Electrician

Sylvain Leveille

Unit Manager

Film Details

Also Known As
En toute complicite, Lukten av pengar
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Adventure
Comedy
Crime
Drama
Thriller
Release Date
2000
Distribution Company
Gramercy Pictures/USA Films
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 29m

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Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Spring April 14, 2000

Released in United States on Video December 19, 2000

E. Max Frye reportedly received $375,000 for this script.

Sean Connery was previously attached to star.

Began shooting July 27, 1998.

Completed shooting October 10, 1998.

Released in United States Spring April 14, 2000

Released in United States on Video December 19, 2000