The Wrong Woman


2h 1996

Brief Synopsis

A young woman must prove her innocence when she is framed by a co-worker for her employer's murder.

Film Details

Also Known As
Wrong Woman
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1996
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

A young woman must prove her innocence when she is framed by a co-worker for her employer's murder.

Crew

Eric Aubuchon

Property Master

Victor August

Negative Cutting

Robyn Badger

On-Set Dresser

Richard Belanger

Post-Production Coordinator

Peter Benison

Camera Operator

Peter Benison

Director Of Photography

Tom Berry

Producer

Norbert Bismuth

Office Assistant

Michael Bonan

Security

Michel B Bordeleau

Sound Editing

Patrice Boudreau

Makeup Assistant

Mary Bradley

Consultant

Gilbert Bureau

Other

Amy Burt

Set Decorator

Pierre Campau

Color Timer

Nicholas Campeau

Swing Gang

Johanne Caporicci

Location Scout

Annie Carignan

Stunts

Lea Carlson

Wardrobe

Denis Chabot

Swing Gang

Dawna Chan

Production Assistant

Joceline Charette

Wardrobe

Myles Clarke

Swing Gang

Jules Collette

Assistant Editor

Ryal Cosgrove

Special Effects

Peter Cox

Stunts

Donna Croce

Continuity

Denise D'amours

Production

Pierre David

Producer

Vince Diclemente

Assistant Editor

Kristen Dolenko

Assistant Camera Operator

Natacha Dufaux

Assistant Sound Editor

Nathalie Dulude

Location Scout

Gavin Fernandez

Foley Recordist

Martha Fernandez

Production Coordinator

Natalie Fleurant

Dialogue Editor

Penelope Fortier

Wardrobe Assistant

Elisabeth-ann Gimber

Production Supervisor

Joseph Gossen

Hair Assistant

Nathalie Goulet

Location Scout

Kathleen Graham

Props Buyer

Emeric Grunebaum

Key Grip

Johnny Harkala

Production Assistant

Marc Henaut

Best Boy

Cathy Henderson

Casting

Jose Heppell

Editor

Mark Hoffman

Assistant Camera Operator

Julie Houle

Makeup

Sheldon Inkol

Assistant Director

Joey Paul Jensen

Casting

Andrea Kenyon

Casting

Csaba Kertesz

Production Designer

Walter Klymkiw

Grip

Walter Klymkiw

Gaffer

Maurice Krouche

Production Assistant

Francois Lachance

Other

Helena Laliberte

Stunts

Sylvie Laurin

Production Associate

Julie Lavoie

Continuity

Marco Leclerc

Props

Patrick Lesort

Production Assistant

Francois Lessard

Assistant Editor

Sid Lieberman

Foley Artist

Norine Mark

Assistant Camera Operator

Bruno Martel

Other

Pierre Martin

Grip

Isabelle Massicotte

Sound Editor

Renaud Mathieu

Production Manager

Elissa Mcbride

Assistant

Sandra Mcdonald

Swing Gang

Doris Mcfern

Production Assistant

David Mclennan

Assistant Director

Michel Molicone

Security

Robert Mondoux

Assistant Director

Mireille Morin

Assistant Sound Editor

Robert E Newton

Editor

Richard Nichol

Sound Recordist

Ric Nish

Location Manager

Charles Obrul

Other

Martine Orban

Accounting Assistant

Clark Peterson

Executive Producer

Alain Louis Pharant

Accounting Assistant

Sebastien Pichette

Swing Gang

Lewis Pilote

Unit Manager

Jacques Plante

Adr Editor

Louise Quellette

Production Accountant

Sylvain Richard

Sound Editor

Nathan Richards

On-Set Dresser

Martin Rioux

Grip

Elizabeth Ritchie

Casting Associate

Trixi Rittenhouse

Wardrobe

Frank Sanna

Art Director

Michael Scherer

Stunt Coordinator

Meyer Shwarzstein

Music Supervisor

Marty Simon

Music

Charmaine Smith

Hair Assistant

Douglas Soesbe

Screenplay

Kim Temple

Other

Pete Tessier

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Pierre Theriault

Technical Supervisor

Richard Tremblay

Swing Gang

Sylvain Vary

Boom Operator

Sylvain Vary

Location Scout

Myriam Vezina

Casting

John Walsh

Stunts

Pete White

Animal Trainer

Frank William

Driver

Stefan Wodoslawsky

Coproducer

Berenice Yaiche

Driver

Hanna Yee

Hair Stylist

Film Details

Also Known As
Wrong Woman
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1996
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States March 26, 1996

Released in United States on Video November 7, 1995

Began shooting July 4, 1994.

Completed shooting August 2, 1994.