Out of Time


1h 34m 2000

Brief Synopsis

A modern retelling of Washington Irving's "Rip Van Winkle." In 1980 rural Oregon, Jack Epson is a nature-loving dreamer suffering from untreatable leukemia. Living in the forest surrounding Suttersville are magical spirit guides, led by Morgan Sutter, the town's founder, and Young Dog, an ancient Na

Film Details

Also Known As
Showtime Original Pictures For All Ages (06/18/00)
Release Date
2000
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Synopsis

A modern retelling of Washington Irving's "Rip Van Winkle." In 1980 rural Oregon, Jack Epson is a nature-loving dreamer suffering from untreatable leukemia. Living in the forest surrounding Suttersville are magical spirit guides, led by Morgan Sutter, the town's founder, and Young Dog, an ancient Native American. They have chosen Jack, a political activist and deeply caring man, to become their mortal spokesman and lead the battle to save Suttersville from rampant development. They lure him into the forest and entice him to drink from a spring that causes him to sleep for 20 years. When he wakes up in the modern day, everything has changed -- his wife Annie has divorced him, his daughter Molly is grown with a child of her own, and urban development is encroaching on the wildlife that Jack loves so much. His precocious. ten-year-old grandson Sean helps Jack understand not only what's befallen him, but what he must do to prove his worth.

Jack has to take on Ted Donner, whose plans for the town are not as he'd like everyone to believe. Jack is repeatedly tested by the impossible challenges before him, but through his own genuine passion and with Sean as his resourceful and ever-optimistic sidekick, he wins back his daughter's affection and the town's respect, and even Sutter's grudging gratitude. But, most importantly, he wins back his wife. And then he has to fight for his life. One modern advance that no one regrets is a medical one, a bone marrow transplant that at least can give Jack a fighting chance. And when there's no other genetic match, Sean gets to be the hero and rescue his grandfather.

Crew

Stuart Aikins

Casting

Ron Aimer

Driver

Paul Akehurst

Other

Gord Alyward

Transportation Co-Captain

Ian Andrews

Other

Michael Arnison

Driver

Allison Bain

Caterer

Miki Bang

Special Effects Assistant

Chester Bialowas

Sound Editor

Chester Bialowas

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Flavio Bidese

On-Line Editor

Ken Biehl

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Ken Biehl

Sound Editor

Sue Blainey

Editor

Paul Bloxham

Driver

Darcy Booth

Dolly Grip

Andrew Buziak

Assistant Production Accountant

Susan Canning

Set Costumer

Scott Clark

Gaffer

Roberto Contreras

Camera Operator

Sean Cossey

Casting

Rita Crouch

Wardrobe Supervisor

Tony Danza

Executive Producer

Tony Depasquale

Craft Service

Tony Depasquale

Other

David Dewar

Post-Production Supervisor

Christie Dillabough

Makeup Assistant

Jim R Dunn

Stunts

Chris Dyson

Assistant Camera Operator

Gwenda Edmonds

Script Supervisor

Peter Elves

Driver

Dean Emerick

Boom Operator

Barbara Enefer

Assistant Production Coordinator

Paul Etherington

Assistant Director

James Farara

Driver

Michael Fedyk

Production Assistant

Mo Field

Driver

Terry Frewer

Music

Carmi Gallo

Production Designer

Michael Gazetas

Assistant Location Manager

Miles Giesbrecht

Grip

Robert Gilmer

From Story

Robert Gilmer

Screenplay

Tony Gort

Sound Editor

Tony Gronick

Sound Supervisor

Greg Gunnarson

On-Line Editor

Jim Harrington

Foley

Louise Haut

Dolly Grip

Gaston Howard

Stunts

Larry Iverson

On-Set Dresser

Ernie Jackson

Stunts

Lee Jeffery

Stand-In

Michael P Keeping

Foley

Navid Khonsari

Assistant Property Master

Dawn Knight

Post-Production Coordinator

Andy Koessler

On-Set Dresser

Catherine Kretz

Assistant Director

Simon Lacey

Visual Effects Supervisor

Gordon Lancaster

Painter

Rick Laning

Key Grip

Janaki Larsen-rattray

Assistant Set Decorator

Reg Leblanc

Hair Stylist

Monica Lee-reid

Caterer

Brian Lewis

Lead Set Dresser

Robert Lord

Driver

Kelly Lycan

Set Decorator

Brigette Mackenzie

Assistant

Louisa Main

Production Coordinator

Brent Marchenski

Sound Mixer

Lori Marshall

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Yusef Martin

Stunts

Terry Maxwell

Driver

Althea Mcadam

Stand-In

Stephen Mcnutt

Director Of Photography

Mark Mcquillen

Construction Coordinator

Bernadette Mcranor

Hair Assistant

Ian Montgomery

Transportation Captain

Woodrow F Morrison

Consultant

Jordan Neifer

Grip

Jack Nemeth

Driver

Scott Nicholson

Stunts

Bryan Noon

Production Accountant

Shinpei Otsuki

Assistant Camera Operator

Rob Paller

Special Effects Coordinator

Al Pareisen

Driver

Dean Parker

Property Master

Hilary Peabody

Assistant Editor

Margaret Perry

Assistant Costume Designer

Lee Pesochin

Production Assistant

Ritch Renaud

Location Manager

Norma Rodgers

Art Director

Allison Roe

Post-Production Coordinator

Gregory Rutherford

Grip

Barbara Ann Schomaker

Production Manager

Tristan Schon

Assistant Camera Operator

Eike Schroter

Photography

Rick Senechal

Foley

Darrell Shibly

On-Set Dresser

Dave Sinclair

Driver

Maria Stanborough

Other

Perry Steinhilber

Generator Operator

Greg Stewart

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Larry Sugar

Producer

Fraser Sutherland

Transportation Coordinator

Mitch Teemley

Coproducer

James Telfer

Colorist

Ernest Thompson

Screenplay

Courtney Tuckwood

Other

Danny Virtue

Stunt Coordinator

Lisa Waddell

Makeup Artist

Troy Westergaard

Producer

Beverly Wowchuk

Costume Designer

Film Details

Also Known As
Showtime Original Pictures For All Ages (06/18/00)
Release Date
2000
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States June 18, 2000

Released in United States on Video June 19, 2001

Telecast as a presentation of "Showtime Original Pictures For All Ages."

Began shooting August 3, 1999.

Completed shooting August 30, 1999.