Don't Say A Word


1h 52m 2001

Brief Synopsis

Preeminent New York psychiatrist Dr. Nathan Conrad has a successful practice, a beautiful wife and a charming daughter. Making his way home for the Thanksgiving holiday, Conrad is summoned by a colleague to examine a young woman. Elisabeth Burrows presents a history of unexplained violence, failed t

Film Details

Also Known As
Pas un mot, Pas un mot...
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Action
Adaptation
Drama
Thriller
Release Date
2001
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Hart's Island, New York, USA; New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 52m

Synopsis

Preeminent New York psychiatrist Dr. Nathan Conrad has a successful practice, a beautiful wife and a charming daughter. Making his way home for the Thanksgiving holiday, Conrad is summoned by a colleague to examine a young woman. Elisabeth Burrows presents a history of unexplained violence, failed treatments and misdiagnoses. In short, the kind of case Nathan used to live for before he went 'uptown.' Now he is Elisabeth's last chance before she is shipped off to a state institution. Nathan's skills and intuition begin to make headway into Elisabeth's case. Little does Nathan suspect that Elisabeth is tied to a danger that has closed in on him and his family. Nathan's daughter has been kidnapped by ruthless thieves, and to save her he must somehow unlock a 6-digit number locked away in Elisabeth's troubled mind. With his daughter's captors watching his every move, Nathan is constantly reminded: if he wants to see his daughter alive, he dare not say a single word.

Crew

Zoe Abbott

Casting Associate

Peter Afterman

Music Supervisor

Kevin Alakas

Accountant

Robert Albertell

Assistant Director

Kenny Alexander

Stunts

Lara Alexander

Accountant

Fran Allgood

Costumes

Gary Alper

Sound Mixer

Bill Anagnos

Stunts

Heather Anderson

Other

Fabian Andre

Song

Marlene Arvan

Assistant Director

Michael Authier

Production Assistant

David M. Barrett

Stunts

Ron Bartlett

Rerecording

Michael Bauer

Music

Benjamin Beardwood

Foley Editor

David Bell

Other

Dr. Robert Berger

Consultant

Bruce Berman

Executive Producer

Dick Bernstein

Music Editor

Nicholas Bernstein

Location Manager

Paul Berta

Storyboard Artist

Pierre Berube

Best Boy

James R Bilz

Props

James Binkley

Stunts

Matt Birman

Stunts

Nicole Blanchard

Camera Assistant

Glenn Bloom

Video Assist/Playback

Jason Board

Special Effects

Joan G. Bostwick

Assistant Director

Cyndi Brennan

Production Coordinator

James Brown

Song

James Brown

Song Performer

James Douglas Brown

Hair Stylist

Patrick Buchanan

Camera Trainee

Paul Bucossi

Stunts

Pete Bucossi

Stunts

Kristine Bulakowski

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Cori Burchell

Costume Supervisor

Ronald J. Burke

Dolly Grip

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutting

Keith Calfano

Best Boy Grip

Tom Carlson

Music Editor

Dr. Donald Carveth

Consultant

Caroline Case

Screenplay

Ray Charles

Song Performer

Andy Chmura

Camera Operator

Billy D Choi

Graphic Artist

Tom Cioccio

Camera Assistant

Kevin Clark

Caterer

Jessica Clements

Music Coordinator

Nelson Coates

Production Designer

John Coffen

Gaffer

Harry Cohen

Editor

Nat King Cole

Song Performer

Christopher Comrie

Accountant

Amy Comstock

Accounting Assistant

Robin D. Cook

Casting Director

Ciaran Copelin

Camera Assistant

Cristin Cornett

Assistant Production Coordinator

Jennifer Cote

Assistant Director

Bradley Crosbie

Camera Assistant

Colin Cumberbatch

Assistant Production Coordinator

Dennis Davenport

Art Director

Sandy De Crescent

Music Contractor

Isabel Debiasio

Costume Supervisor

Marty Dejczak

Location Manager

Tyler Delben

Assistant Director

Gilbert Demers

Assistant Art Director

Mike Dike

Song

Avril Dishaw

Props Buyer

Walter Donaldson

Song

Philip Douglas

Set Production Assistant

Norman Douglass

Stunts

Linda Dowds

Makeup Artist

Jeffrey Downer

Executive Producer

Richard Dwan

Dialogue Editor

Gordon Eldridge

Other

Duke Ellington

Song

Mike Fabiano

Key Grip

Tom Farr

Stunts

Michael Fennimore

Transportation Coordinator

Frank Ferrara

Stunts

Richard Fiander

Camera Trainee

C J Fidler

Stunts

Dawn Fisher

Assistant Art Director

Mo Fitzgerald

Transportation Co-Captain

Jamie K Fitzpatrick

Camera Assistant

Paul Flinchbaugh

Assistant

Rick Forsayeth

Stunt Coordinator

David Fremlin

Assistant Art Director

Lisa Frucht

Costume Supervisor

Michael Galbraith

Gaffer

Mara Galus

Camera

Ellen Gannon

Production Coordinator

Julie Garneau

Production Assistant

Glen Gauthier

Sound Mixer

Errol Gee

Stunts

Chris Geggie

Property Master

Ava Gerlitz

Assistant Property Master

Ava Gerlitz

Photography

Scott Gershin

Sound Editor

Nerses Gezalyan

Foley Mixer

Beth Gilinsky

Art Department Coordinator

Gerri Gillan

Costume Coordinator

John Glaser

Assistant Costume Designer

Jeff Glueck

Sound

Heather Goodchild

Wardrobe Assistant

Mark S Gordon

Dialogue Editor

Elizabeth Gray

Casting Associate

Frank Graziadei

Boom Operator

Michael Green

Camera Operator

Nana Greenwald

Coproducer

Marc Griffin

Dailies

Joe Grimaldi

Rigging Gaffer

Bob Hall

Special Effects

R L Hannah

Other

Michael Harland

Production Assistant

Bill Harman

Construction Coordinator

Joe Hartwick

Production Accountant

Janice Hayen

Music

Jery Hewitt

Stunts

Curtis Hibbert

Stunts

Robert Hicks

Other

Wendy Hoffmann

Voice Casting

Eric Holmes

Other

Daniel Horvat

Accounting Assistant

Dawn Howat

Accounting Assistant

Ian Hunter

Visual Effects Supervisor

Mark Isham

Music

Jason Ivey

Set Production Assistant

Craig Jaeger

Foley Editor

David Jaquest

On-Set Dresser

Kim Jennings

Art Director

Nils Johnson

Video Assist/Playback

Gus Kahn

Song

Avy Kaufman

Casting

Patrick Smith Kelly

Screenplay

Randy Kelly

Editor

Michael Kirilenko

Key Grip

Steve Kirshoff

Special Effects Coordinator

Andrew Klavan

Source Material (From Novel)

Andrew Klavan

Source Material

Andrew Klavan

Coproducer

Steve Klys

Grip

Jeremy Knaster

Best Boy

M D Kohne

Grip

Mayumi Konishi

Assistant Art Director

Anne Kopelson

Producer

Arnold Kopelson

Producer

Stephen Krause

Sound Mixer

David Kudell

Assistant

Ken Kugler

Original Music

Brett La Vinthal

Assistant Editor

Cheryl Ladrillo

Other

Bernie Lalonde

Key Rigging Grip

Jennifer Lamb

Stunts

Chuck Lariot

Carpenter

Jason Larocca

Music

Jack Lavangia

Office Assistant

Helena Lea

Music

Paul Leblanc

Hair Stylist

Steve Lecescu

Stunts

Wayne T Leonard

On-Set Dresser

Lindsey Liberatore

Assistant

Tim Lidstone

Special Effects

Mitch Lillian

Key Grip

Danny Lima

Stunts

Tone Loc

Song Performer

Deanna Longley

Craft Service

Sean Longley

Craft Service

Cal Loucks

Set Decorator

Grant Lucibello

Assistant Director

Elizabeth Ludwick

Script Supervisor

Kevin Maccarthy

Storyboard Artist

John A Machione

Unit Production Manager

Rod Macneil

Other

Mark Mancina

Song

Michael Manzato

Assistant Director

Aleks Marinkovich

Assistant Art Director

Darren Marsman

Stunts

Una Martin

Post-Production Assistant

Chris Mathers

Advisor

John Mazzola

Dolly Grip

Ron Mazzola

Grip

Terry Mcgauran

Other

Mike Mcgrath

Key Rigging Grip

David Mcgroarty

Dailies

Dave Mcilroy

Assistant Location Manager

Michael J Meade

Props Buyer

Tim Merkel

Steadicam Operator

Timothy Metivier

Camera Assistant

Brian Miksis

Sound Mixer

Brad Milburn

Art Assistant

Arnon Milchan

Producer

Armen Minasian

Editor

Michael Minkler

Rerecording

Ellen Mirojnick

Costume Designer

Stuart Mitchell

Transportation Captain

Film Details

Also Known As
Pas un mot, Pas un mot...
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Action
Adaptation
Drama
Thriller
Release Date
2001
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Hart's Island, New York, USA; New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 52m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall September 28, 2001

Released in United States on Video February 19, 2002

Began shooting December 8, 2000.

Completed shooting April 1, 2001.

Released in United States on Video February 19, 2002

Released in United States Fall September 28, 2001