Heist


1h 47m 2001

Brief Synopsis

Joe Moore has a beautiful young wife, money owed to him and a job he loves. He's a thief. His job goes sour when he gets caught on security camera tape. His fence, Bergman, reneges on the money he's owed and his wife may be betraying him with the fence's young lieutenant. Moore, his partner Bobby Bl

Film Details

Also Known As
Heist - sista stöten, The
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Crime
Thriller
Release Date
2001
Production Company
Martyne Morin
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD)
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 47m

Synopsis

Joe Moore has a beautiful young wife, money owed to him and a job he loves. He's a thief. His job goes sour when he gets caught on security camera tape. His fence, Bergman, reneges on the money he's owed and his wife may be betraying him with the fence's young lieutenant. Moore, his partner Bobby Blane and their utility man, Pinky Pincus, find themselves broke, betrayed and blackmailed. Moore is forced to commit his crew to do Bergman's one last big job. Will Bergman shop Moore to the police? Will Moore's wife trade him in for a younger model? Will Blane and Pincus cut their losses and get out? Who is to be believed, who is to be betrayed? Won't someone who's lied once lie again? Who's going to walk away smiling and who's not going to walk at all?

Crew

Vincent Aird

Assistant Set Decorator

John Alagna

Titles And Opticals

John Alexander

Welder

John Alexander

Carpenter

Patrick Ally

Carpenter

Roy T Anderson

Stunt Double

Matiki Anoff

Makeup

Fabienne April

Dresser

Renee April

Costume Designer

Carol Ashley

Digital Effects

Norman St. Aubin

Consultant

Robert Auclair

Key Grip

Jennifer Audet

Painter

Francis Back

Storyboard Artist

Brian Baker

Gaffer

Peter Bankins

Property Master

Joao Baptista

Grip

Guillaume Bard

Production

Paul Barrette

Props

Michael Barry

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Ben Beaird

Rigging Grip

Sophie Beasse

Dresser

Lise Beauchamps

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Pascal Beaudin

Assistant Director

Jocelyn Beaulac

Grip

Maude Beaunoyer

Assistant

Michel Beaupieds

Pyrotechnics

Ginette Begin

Accounting Assistant

Denise Belanger

Tailor

Mark Bendit

Driver

Alain Berard

Stunts

Pierre Bergeron

Tailor

Sylvain Bergeron

Painter

Charles-andrt Bertrand

Set Production Assistant

Mahaliel Bethea

Stand-In

Murielle Blouin

Other

Francois Blovin

Videotape Operator

Chantal Boisclair

Production Assistant

Andre Boisvert

Painter

Jessie Boivin

Production Assistant

Joe Bonadio

Music

Duke Bondu

Assistant

Rejean Bouchard

Production Assistant

Ghislain Boucher

Carpenter

Patrick Boucher

Carpenter

Renee Boulais

Painter

Patrick Bouliane

Scenic Artist

Danny Bourque

Production Assistant

Eric Brais

Assistant

Pierre Brassard

Assistant Director

Marie-noel Breard

Painter

Griffith Brewer

Stunts

Nicholas Brillon

Grip

Michel Brochu

Construction Coordinator

Rick Bruck

Camera Operator

Yvan Brunet

Assistant Camera

Rosina Bucci

Casting

Dieter Busch

Assistant Director

Stephane Byl

Assistant Director

Danna Campbell

Grip

Jon Campbell

Camera Operator

Denise Canuel

Dresser

Francois Cardin

Carpenter

Richard Cardin

Carpenter

Annie Carignan

Stunts

Don Carmody

Executive Producer

Lawrence Carroll

Digital Effects

Jean-marie Casista

Carpenter

Jason Cavalier

Stunts

Denis Chamberland

Unit Manager

Fred Chamberland

Assistant Camera

Frederic Chamorro

Scenic Artist

Loretta Champion

Post-Production Accountant

Christian Chapdelaine

Production Assistant

Sylvain Chaput

Craft Service

Francois Choiniere

Accounting Assistant

Mike Chute

Stunts

Richard P. Cirincione

Visual Effects Editor

Laura Civello

Dialogue Editor

Benoit Cloutier

Medic

Patrice Cohen

Assistant

Dan Coleman

Original Music

Sarah Connors

Post-Production Supervisor

Carl Corbeil

Carpenter

Nicolas Corbo

Driver

Marie-claude Cote

Assistant Camera

Melanie Cote

Assistant Location Manager

Pascal Courchesne

Grip

Andre Couture

Transportation Captain

Guillaume Couture

Props Buyer

Louis Craig

Special Effects Supervisor

Greg Creaser

Special Effects Supervisor

David Crone

Steadicam Operator

David Crone

Camera Operator

Mary Cybulski

Script Supervisor

Yan Frederick D'amour

Greensman

Patrice Dagenais

Dolly Grip

Sylvie Dagenais

Dresser

Celine Daignault

Transportation Coordinator

Christian Dalmont

Driver

Diane Daoust

Wardrobe

Liana Dee

Accounting Assistant

Valerie Dejoie

Accounting Assistant

Brian Delahanty

Driver

Remi Deroy

Carpenter

Jean Dery

Painter

Nathalie Dery

Assistant

Franck Develey

Rigging Grip

Cas Donovan

Assistant Director

Cas Donovan

Coproducer

Norman Douglass

Stunts

Linda Douville

Tailor

Fannie Duguay Lefebvre

Set Designer

Aleck Duncan

Driver

Luc Dupont

Electrician

Paul Dupont

Security

Bertrand Dupuis

Best Boy Grip

Cliff Eagle

Stunts

Pascal Elissalde

Assistant Director

Brian Ellis

Driver

Clair Vander Els

Makeup Artist

Robert Elswit

Dp/Cinematographer

Robert Elswit

Director Of Photography

Gilles Emond

Driver

Scott Ferguson

Coproducer

Maxime Ferland

Boom Operator

Kristen Figeroid

Assistant

Jennifer Fleury

On-Set Dresser

Manon Fontaine

Painter

Andre Fortin

Special Effects Technician

Jean Frenette

Stunts

Jean Frenette

Stunt Coordinator

Ed Fuller

Stand-In

Serge Gagne

Carpenter

Jacques Gagnon

Production Assistant

Jean-francois Gagnon

Set Designer

Martine Gagnon

Assistant

Anne Galea

Set Decorator

Donald Gallant

Rigging Grip

Martin Gallant

Rigging Grip

Yves Garant

Assistant Camera

Steve Garca

Carpenter

Elton Garcia

Digital Effects

Joel Gariepy

Rigging Grip

Claire Garneau

Wardrobe

Lorraine Garneau

Tailor

Benoit Gauthier

Stunts

Francois Gauthier

Stunts

John Gendron

Driver

Alain Giguere

Painter

Jere Gilis

Stunts

Ghislain Girard

Carpenter

Laurent Gladu

Assistant

Marie-lynn Gleeson

Transportation Coordinator

Johnny Goar

Stunts

Andy Goldman

Main Title Design

Greg Goossen

Stand-In

Dominique Gosselin

Assistant Set Decorator

Gordon Gottlieb

Music

Carl Granville

Rerecording

Walter P Gray

Soloist

Christine Grenier

Wardrobe

Elizabeth D Grisak

Production Coordinator

Carole Grise

Accountant

Isabelle Guay

Art Director

Sylvie Guillard

Dresser

J Conor Guy

Post-Production Supervisor

Emily Halpern

Production Assistant

Genevieve Hamel

Art Department

Jacques Hamel

Assistant

Real Hamel

Transportation Coordinator

Daniel Hamelin

Set Decorator

Norman Hamilton

Generator Operator

Sofie Handfield

Production Coordinator

Johnny Harkala

Driver

Ian Harrington

Assistant

Gordon Hashimoto

Apprentice Editor

Gus Hein

Camera Operator

Mo Henry

Negative Cutter

Christopher Hills-wright

Apprentice Editor

James A Holt

Executive Producer

Norman Howell

Stunt Double

Rodney Itier

Assistant

Simon James

Music Contractor

Diane Jana

Assistant

Matthew Jemus

Assistant Director

Manon Joly

Hairdresser

David Kaldor

Apprentice

Avy Kaufman

Casting

Martine Kazemirchuk-giguere

Assistant Set Decorator

Jean-francois Kelahear

Painter

Patrick Kerton

Stunts

Jay Kessel

Assistant Sound Editor

Bruce Kitzmeyer

Foley Editor

Nancy Klein

Accounting Assistant

Thomas Kodros

Consultant

Sonny Kompanek

Original Music

Keiko Koyama

Visual Effects

William Kruzykowski

Assistant Editor

Brad Kuehn

Visual Effects Supervisor

Film Details

Also Known As
Heist - sista stöten, The
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Crime
Thriller
Release Date
2001
Production Company
Martyne Morin
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD)
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 47m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 2001

Released in United States Fall November 9, 2001

Released in United States November 2001

Released in United States on Video March 12, 2002

Shown at London Film Festival (Evening Standard Film on the Square) November 7-22, 2001.

Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 27 - October 12, 2001.

Shown at Venice International Film Festival (Venice 58 - out of competition) August 29 - September 8, 2001.

Began shooting August 14, 2000.

Completed shooting October 2000.

Released in United States 2001 (Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 27 - October 12, 2001.)

Released in United States 2001 (Shown at Venice International Film Festival (Venice 58 - out of competition) August 29 - September 8, 2001.)

Released in United States on Video March 12, 2002

Released in United States November 2001 (Shown at London Film Festival (Evening Standard Film on the Square) November 7-22, 2001.)

Released in United States Fall November 9, 2001