Red Eye


1h 25m 2005

Brief Synopsis

Lisa Reisert hates to fly but the terror that awaits her on the night flight to Miami has nothing to do with a fear of flying. Upon boarding the plane, Lisa is pleasantly surprised to find that she is seated next to Jackson, the seemingly charming man with whom she had shared a drink--and perhaps even a brief flirtation in the airport terminal. But moments after takeoff, Jackson drops his facade and menacingly reveals the real reason he's on board: he is an operative in a plot to kill the Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security and Lisa is the key to its success. If she refuses to cooperate, her own father will be killed by an assassin awaiting a call from Jackson. Trapped within the confines of a jet at 30,000 feet, Lisa has nowhere to run and no way to summon help without endangering her father, her fellow passengers and her own life. As the miles tick by, Lisa knows she is running out of time as she desperately looks for a way to thwart her ruthless captor and stop a terrible murder.

Film Details

Also Known As
Red Eye (Wes Craven/Dreamworks), Red eye - sous haute pression
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Thriller
Release Date
2005
Production Company
Amblin Partners; Benderspink; Bill Dance Casting; Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc.; Digital Dream; Hat Trick Catering; Jessica Bender; Joann Kane Music Service; L.A. Maddogs; Midnight Entertainment; Newman Scoring Stage; O'Henry Studios; One Step Up, Inc.; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Warner Bros. Sound
Distribution Company
AMBLIN PARTNERS; Amblin Partners; Cj Entertainment; Dreamworks Home Entertainment; Gulf Film, Llc; Myndform; Taramount; United International Pictures; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International
Location
Miami, Florida, USA; Ontario, California, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 25m

Synopsis

Lisa Reisert hates to fly, but the terror that awaits her on the night flight to Miami has nothing to do with a fear of flying. Upon boarding the plane, Lisa is pleasantly surprised to find that she is seated next to Jackson, the seemingly charming man with whom she had shared a drink--and perhaps even a brief flirtation--in the airport terminal. But moments after takeoff, Jackson drops his facade and menacingly reveals the real reason he's on board: he is an operative in a plot to kill the Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security--and Lisa is the key to its success. If she refuses to cooperate, her own father will be killed by an assassin awaiting a call from Jackson. Trapped within the confines of a jet at 30,000 feet, Lisa has nowhere to run and no way to summon help without endangering her father, her fellow passengers and her own life. As the miles tick by, Lisa knows she is running out of time as she desperately looks for a way to thwart her ruthless captor and stop a terrible murder.

Crew

Laine Abramson

Art Department

Jay Amor

Stunts

Kokayi Ampah

Location Manager

Paul Anderson

Swing Gang

Tina Anderson

Post-Production Supervisor

Pete Anthony

Music Conductor

David A Arnold

Sound Editor

James Ashwill

Foley Mixer

Jane Austin

Stunts

Michael Avallon

Driver

Pinky Babajian

Hair Stylist

Jennifer S. Badger

Stunts

Cynthia Barr-bright

Makeup Artist

Lisa Beach

Casting Director

Marco Beltrami

Music

Chris Bender

Producer

Jessica Bender

Cable Operator

Michael Bertolina

Assistant Property Master

Tara Billik

Assistant

John Boccaccio

Assistant Camera

Robert Bolanowski

Special Effects

Ron Bolanowski

Special Effects Supervisor

Bill Boston

Original Music

June Brickman

Makeup Artist

Michael Brogan

Swing Gang

G W Brown

Adr Editor

Judith Brown

Tutor

Jeanette Browning

Adr

Kat Bueno

Grip

Darrell Burgess

Special Effects

Charley Bob Burnham

Transportation Coordinator

William Burnham

Driver

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutter

Al Burton

Driver

Michael Buster

Dialect Coach

Andrew Max Cahn

Art Director

Ruben D Calderon

Costumer

Cristen Carr Strubbe

Unit Production Manager

Kerry Carter

Production Assistant

Mark Carter

Assistant Director

Will Casey

Unit Publicist

Brett Cody

Video

Clayton Cogswell

Production Assistant

Martin Cohen

Post-Production Executive

Elisa Ann Conant

Location Assistant

Mark S Constance

Assistant Director

Mark Cotone

Assistant Director

Ricky Courtney

Digital Effects Artist

Edward M. Cox

Effects Coordinator

Skip Crank

Assistant Property Master

Lindsay Crosby

Driver

Wally Crowder

Stunts

Michael A Crowley

Foreman

John Cucci

Foley Artist

Mick Cukurs

Set Designer

Bonnie Curtis

Executive Producer

Samuel Danielsen

Driver

Sandy De Crescent

Music Contractor

Maria Devane

Post-Production Accountant

Andrea Dietrich

Storyboard Artist

Danny Downey

Stunt Double

Richard Duarte

Foley Mixer

Michael Duenas

Special Effects

Cristina Duncan

Accounting Assistant

Nathan Easterling

Assistant Editor

Gregg Edler

Production Coordinator

Alex Edlin

Coordinator

Tom Elkins

Assistant Editor

David Elliott

Construction Coordinator

Carl Ellsworth

Screenplay

Carl Ellsworth

Story By

John Embry

Driver

Jane English

Makeup Artist

Debbie Evans

Stunts

Carly Feingold

Assistant

Leslee Feldman

Executive

Brooke Fisher

Assistant

Neal Flaherty

Assistant

Jamelle Flowers

Costumer

David E Fluhr

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Richard Fojo

Art Director

Dan Foos

Story By

Debby Freeman

Location Coordinator

Alix Friedberg

Costume Supervisor

Rossano Gallante

Original Music

Alex Gibson

Music Editor

Kevin Globerman

Music Engineer

Daniel C Gold

Camera Operator

Adam Goodman

Studio Executive

Bob Gorelick

Steadicam Operator

Austin Gorg

Art Director

Elliot Greenberg

Assistant Editor

Elwin Greer

Grip

Melanie Grefe

Assistant Director

Michael Grillo

Head Of Production

Chris Guardino

Original Music

Joseph Guerino

Rigging Gaffer

Gabriel Guy

Sound Recordist

Jill Hahn

Accountant

Mary Claire Hannan

Costume Designer

Amy Hansen

Accounting Assistant

Brenner Hugh Harris

Swing Gang

Stan Harrison

Video Assist/Playback

Susan Hartmann

Assistant Production Coordinator

Danielle Hartzell

Production Secretary

Mark Heard

Painter

Dean E Hensley

Props

Tom Hiel

Original Music

Michelle Hoffman

Craft Service

Casey Hotchkiss

Camera Operator

Steven A. Hughes

Electrician

Scott Huke

Swing Gang

Matthew Humphreys

Accountant

Kevin Hyde

Boom Operator

Kevin Ivey

Assistant Camera

Gary Jackson

Driver

Tisha Jahnke

Production Assistant

Greg Jensen

Electrician

Kyle J Jetton

Driver

John Paul Jones

Property Master

Ken E Jones

Painter

Jimmy Kaminsky

Driver

Doc Kane

Adr Mixer

Sarah Katzman

Casting Director

David Kern

Sound Editor

Beatriz Kerti

Art Department Coordinator

Hong Kim

Digital Effects Artist

Aries Kirkpatrick

Driver

Susan Kistler

Key Costumer

Adam Kopald

Sound Editor

Joel Kramer

Stunt Coordinator

Joel Kramer

Unit Director

Gary Kurashige

Medic

John Kurlander

Score Recording

John Kurlander

Music Scoring Mixer

John Kwiatkowski

Sound Editor

Gemma Lamana

Photography

Elizabeth Lapp

Set Designer

Corrine Larson

Production Assistant

Jim Lemley

Executive Producer

Stuart Levy

Editor

Barbara Lorenz

Hair Stylist

Michael Lorenz

Makeup Artist

Devin C Lussier

Editorial Production Assistant

Patrick Lussier

Editor

Jalil Lynch

Stunts

Daniel Maddalena

Assistant

Marianne Maddalena

Producer

Justin G Maguire

Production Assistant

Artie Malesci

Stunts

Maria Mantia

Assistant Director

Maggie Martin

Set Decorator

Cynthia A. Martinez

Greensman

Janet Matlock

Assistant

Sebastian Mazzola

Production Assistant

John H Mccabe

Construction

Hugh Mccallum

Grip

Cecil Mcclain

Driver

Carol Mccoo

Hair Stylist

Valerie Mcmahon

Digital Effects Artist

Tom Mesmer

Song

Nick Mestrandrea

Craft Service

Chuck Michael

Supervising Sound Editor

Bruce Alan Miller

Production Designer

Christian Minkler

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Steven R. Molen

Production Executive

Craig Molsberry

Chief Lighting Technician

Frank A Montesanto

Key Grip

Sonja Munsterman

Stunt Double

Michael Negrin

Other

Michael Negrin

Director Of Photography

Anastacia Nemec

Production Assistant

Katie Nilson

Electrician

Mason Novick

Executive Producer

Dan O'connell

Foley Artist

Denise Okimoto

Music Editor

Paul Orehovec

Production Assistant

Ron E Patterson

Swing Gang

Monty Phillips

Visual Effects

Kiana Politis

Stunts

Corinne Pooler

Visual Effects Producer

Jerry Pooler

Visual Effects Supervisor

Steven D Powell

Props

Stanley W Pratt

Caterer

Robert A Preston

Best Boy Grip

Jennifer Radzikowski

Location Manager

Alfredo Ramirez

Digital Effects Artist

Michael A Ramirez

Digital Effects Artist

Marco Recuay

Digital Effects Artist

Edward A Regan

Foreman

Matthew Reis

Assistant

Charles W Ritter

Sound Editor

Steven T. Ritzi

Stunts

Robert Rizzolo

Production Assistant

J.c. Robaina

Stunts

Carlos Rodriguez

Original Music

Barry James Ryan

Rigging Grip

Gary Ryan

Rigging Gaffer

Josh Ryan

Stand-In

Keith Sale

On-Set Dresser

Film Details

Also Known As
Red Eye (Wes Craven/Dreamworks), Red eye - sous haute pression
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Thriller
Release Date
2005
Production Company
Amblin Partners; Benderspink; Bill Dance Casting; Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc.; Digital Dream; Hat Trick Catering; Jessica Bender; Joann Kane Music Service; L.A. Maddogs; Midnight Entertainment; Newman Scoring Stage; O'Henry Studios; One Step Up, Inc.; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Warner Bros. Sound
Distribution Company
AMBLIN PARTNERS; Amblin Partners; Cj Entertainment; Dreamworks Home Entertainment; Gulf Film, Llc; Myndform; Taramount; United International Pictures; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International
Location
Miami, Florida, USA; Ontario, California, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 25m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video January 10, 2006

Released in United States Summer August 19, 2005

Dreamworks paid Rachel McAdams $1 million to star in the project.

Literary Sale Date 03/19/2004

Studio paid $250,000 against $500,000 for the spec.

Project is the first feature script by Carl Ellsworth.

Released in United States on Video January 10, 2006

Released in United States Summer August 19, 2005