Criminal


1h 27m 2004

Brief Synopsis

Set in Los Angeles, the tale of an extremely odd couple: a young Latino man who will do anything for his family and a thirty-something scheming white guy who will do anything to his family. One wants to save his father. The other wants to get rich, in any way possible. So when they come across one o

Film Details

Also Known As
Nine Queens (remake)
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Adaptation
Drama
Thriller
Release Date
2004
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD)
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 27m

Synopsis

Set in Los Angeles, the tale of an extremely odd couple: a young Latino man who will do anything for his family and a thirty-something scheming white guy who will do anything to his family. One wants to save his father. The other wants to get rich, in any way possible. So when they come across one of the most valuable pieces of currency in U.S. history, they're suddenly stuck together, and that's just--criminal. All they have to do is sell it, which is where the real problems begin. The only way out is family but the one person who can help them, hates them: the schemer's sister.

Crew

Rebecca Alling

Makeup

Robert Alonzo

Stunts

Daniel Ashton

Effects Assistant

Dana Baker

Best Boy Grip

Kent Baker

Key Grip

Ronald Baker

Driver

Adam Barker

Plasterer

Robert Baumgartner

Chief Lighting Technician

Gary Baxley

Stunts

Curt Beech

Assistant

Louis Bellson

Song Performer

Richard Bennetti

Transportation Captain

Loren Bess

Driver

Claudia Bestor

Location Assistant

David Betancourt

Foley Mixer

Fabian Bielinsky

Source Material

Sheryl Blum

Hair Stylist

Michael Bomar

Painter

Eddie Braun

Stunts

Corey C. Bronson

Costume Supervisor

Stephen Brooks

Driver

Clifford Brown

Song Performer

John Bullard

Props

Georgia Cacandes

Executive Producer

Tom Callinicos

Swing Gang

Robert Campbell

Painter

Glen Caplin

Music Supervisor

Pat Carman

Driver

Doreen L. Carpenter

Transportation

Jon Carpenter

Transportation Coordinator

Phil Chong

Stunts

George Clooney

Producer

Anna L Coats

Assistant Location Manager

Lawrence L. Commans

Boom Operator

Ben Cosgrove

Executive Producer

Ryan D. Craig

Assistant Director

Mark Cuban

Executive Producer

Chris Culliton

Best Boy Electric

Chic Daniel

Technical Advisor

Chic Daniel

Stunts

Jimmy Davis

Driver

Edgar Delange

Song

Betsy Dennis

Assistant

Christy Dimmig

Post-Production Supervisor

Lindsay Drucker

Production

Bill Duffin

Props

Michael Jon Duffin

Props

Guy Duquette

Driver

Steve Durkee

Music Scoring Mixer

Steve Durkee

Score Recording

Rachel Eggebeen

Assistant

Kofi W. Elam

Stunts

Kenny Endoso

Stunts

Jeannie Epper

Stunts

Louie Esparza Jr.

Painter

Mark W. Fay

Sound

Eddie Fernandez

Stunts

Dawn Fintor

Foley Artist

Brent Fletcher

Stunts

Gerard Forrest

Foreman

Jennifer Fox

Executive Producer

Monica Frommholz

Art Department Coordinator

David Galbraith

Assistant Camera

Hank Giardina

Painter

Wiliam W. Gideon

Foreman

Bernard Glavin

Driver

Leon L. Glavin

Driver

Benny Golson

Song

Chris Gorden

Driver

Shane Greedy

Transportation Captain

Kris Gregg

Digital Effects Supervisor

Michael Gurewitz

Office Assistant

Erik Hakanen

Effects Coordinator

Greg Hannigan

Digital Effects Supervisor

Suzanne Hanover

Photography

Andrew P. Harrison

Assistant Location Manager

Nathan Hathaway

Rigging Electrician

Mo Henry

Negative Cutter

Orlando Hernandez

Lighting Technician

Jason Hinkel

Assistant Production Accountant

Melanie Hughes-weaver

Makeup Artist

Gregory Jacobs

Producer

Gregory Jacobs

Screenplay

John M Jarvis

Driver

Manuel G Jimenez

Technical Advisor

Marisol Jimenez

Accountant

Amanda Mackey Johnson

Casting

Nate Johnson

Rigging Electrician

Mark Jones

Driver

Georgia Kacandes

Unit Production Manager

Kate Kelly

Production Coordinator

Michael Kelly

Lighting Technician

Jason Kemp

Set Production Assistant

Hubie Kerns Jr.

Stunts

Tummer King

Assistant

Elizabeth Kirkscey

Production Secretary

Bud Kucia

Welder

Jeffrey Kurland

Costume Designer

Michael Lacorte

Office Assistant

Steven G Ladish

Swing Gang

Jt Lannen

Driver

Lance Larson

Property Master

Al Laverde

Key Grip

Ken Lavet

Location Manager

Robin L. Le Chanu

Production Supervisor

Jonathan Leary

Grip

David Levich

Best Boy Grip

Aaron Levy

Sound Recordist

Jon Lindsay

Loader

Keri Littledeer

Medic

Rojelio Lopez

Construction

David Lukasik

Lighting Technician

Sonya Lunsford

Production Accountant

Matthew Lyons

Assistant

Duane 'dc' Manwiller

Steadicam Operator

Duane 'dc' Manwiller

Camera Operator

Todd Marks

Video Playback

Denise Marquez

Apprentice Editor

Antoine Mascaro

Caterer

Dennis Mccarthy

Costumer

Buck Mcdancer

Stunts

Sonia Jo Mcdancer

Stunts

David Medrano

Stunts

Steven B. Melton

Property Master

Chris Menges

Camera Operator

Chris Menges

Director Of Photography

Kristen Toscano Messina

Set Decorator

Philip Messina

Production Designer

Ken Metz

Grip

Chris Milani

Chief Lighting Technician

Stephen Mirrione

Editor

Satsuki Mitchell

Set Production Assistant

Oscar Mitt

Assistant Sound Editor

Mike Moad

Dolly Grip

Danny Molina

Assistant

John Moore

Foreman

John Moore

Foreman

Homero Morales

Song

Donald W Murphy

Assistant Director

Stephen Nordin

Assistant

Jeff Nystrom

Stand-In

Hugh Aodh O'brien

Stunts

James Paniagua

Construction

Jennifer Pedevilla

Accountant

Manny Perry

Stunts

Oscar Peterson

Song

Edward J Protiva

Swing Gang

Charles Ramirez

Driver

Ignacio Ramirez

Teleprompter

Jeff Ramsey

Stunts

Alberto Regalado

Song

Carin Richardson

Costumer

Max Roach

Song Performer

Bruce A Robinson

Assistant Camera

John Robotham

Stunt Coordinator

Scott Rorie

Set Production Assistant

Gilbert Rosales

Stunts

Shoshana Rubin

Costumer

Neil Rust

Painter

Ryan Ryusaki

Stunts

Waldo Sanchez

Hair Stylist

Cathy Sandrich Gelfond

Casting

Tim Schultz

Props Assistant

Ellen Segal

Music Editor

Raymond Sepulveda

Props Assistant

Dan Shimiaei

Sound Engineer

Mark Shoaf

3-D Artist

Scott Shordon

Painter

Alex Sinclair

Lighting Technician

Jay Smith

Dresser

Thomas J Smith

Visual Effects Supervisor

Chris Snyder

Construction Coordinator

Dale Snyder

Construction

Steven Soderbergh

Producer

Steven Soderbergh

Screenplay

Steven Soderbergh

Other

Alicia M Stevenson

Foley Artist

Sly Stone

Song

Justin Sundquist

Stunts

Clark Terry

Song Performer

John Joseph Thomas

Foley Editor

James Van Heusen

Song

J R Vasquez

Swing Gang

Donna Vega

Rigging Electrician

Ryan Vonlossberg

Grip

Dana Wagner

Set Production Assistant

Todd Wagner

Executive Producer

Norman Walker

Assistant Editor

Catherine Wall

Tailor

Marvin Walowitz

Sound Effects Editor

Peter Walts

Rigging Gaffer

Jonathan M. Watson

Assistant Director

Christopher Just Weaver

Assistant

Andrew Webster

Associate Producer

Wendy Weidman

Casting Associate

Mark Weingarten

Sound Mixer

Karen Sharp Weissman

Post-Production Assistant

Annie Welles

Script Supervisor

Dean West

Stand-In

Lee Wimer

Color Timer

Film Details

Also Known As
Nine Queens (remake)
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Adaptation
Drama
Thriller
Release Date
2004
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD)
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 27m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Selected Best Argentinean Film of 2000 by the Argentinean FIPRESCI.

Winner of seven awards, including Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Editing by the 2001 Agrentinean Film Critic's Association.

Limited Release in United States September 10, 2004

Released in United States 2004

Released in United States Fall September 10, 2004

Released in United States on Video April 12, 2005

Released in United States September 2004

Shown at London Film Festival (World Cinema) November 7-22, 2001.

Shown at New Directors/New Films in New York City March 23 - April 8, 2001.

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 20 - June 13, 2004.

Shown at Telluride Film Festival August 31 - September 3, 2001.

Shown at Toronto International Film Festival (Contemporary World Cinema) September 6-15, 2001.

Shown at Venice International Film Festival September 1-11, 2004.

Released in United States 2004 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 20 - June 13, 2004.)

Released in United States on Video April 12, 2005

Released in United States September 2004 (Shown at Venice International Film Festival September 1-11, 2004.)

Limited Release in United States September 10, 2004

Remake of the feature film "Nine Queens" (Argentina/2001) written and directed by Fabian Bielinsky and produced by Pablo Bossi and Cecila Bossi. The film was released in the United States by Sony Picture Classics in 2002.

Feature directorial debut for Fabian Bielinsky.

Feature directorial debut for Gregory Jacobs.

Kodak

Released in United States Fall September 10, 2004