The Tenth Circle


2h 2008

Brief Synopsis

Laura Stone teaches at a local college and her husband Daniel, a comic book artist has been the stay-at-home dad. Their idyllic lives are turned upside down when their daughter accuses her ex-boyfriend, Jason, of raping her. When Jason later dies in an apparent suicide, the family finds itself in th

Film Details

Also Known As
Jodi Picoult's The Tenth Circle, Tenth Circle
Release Date
2008
Location
Nova Scotia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Laura Stone teaches at a local college and her husband Daniel, a comic book artist has been the stay-at-home dad. Their idyllic lives are turned upside down when their daughter accuses her ex-boyfriend, Jason, of raping her. When Jason later dies in an apparent suicide, the family finds itself in the center of a high profile investigation that rocks their Maine community. Soon Daniel's dark and controversial past is revealed and Laura's personal secrets surface - revealing just how far parents will go to protect their children.

Crew

Kristin Arason

Coordinator

Stephen Arnold

Key Grip

Hal Barrett

Carpenter

Lisa Barry

Craft Service

Betty Belmore

Makeup Artist

Stephan Bernier

Construction Coordinator

Randy Boliver

Stunts

Randy Boliver

Stunt Coordinator

Marc Bourgeois

Best Boy Grip

Victor Boutros

Production Coordinator

Howard Braunstein

Executive Producer

Ann Bromley

Art Director

Gary Brown

Special Effects Coordinator

John Buchan

Casting

Velton Ray Bunch

Music

Robert Chapman

Production Coordinator

Martha Curry

Costume Designer

Alan M Decker

Adr/Dialogue Editor

Lynn Delaney

Assistant

Gloria Digdon

Hair

Eric Emery

Dolly Grip

Brian Enman

Set Decorator

Eric Fraser

Production Designer

Stephen Furst

Executive Producer

Melvin Geddes

Driver

Scott Goldman

Executive Producer

Rachael Grant

Assistant Costume Designer

Joanne Hagen

Script Supervisor

Valerie Halman

Unit Production Manager

Wendylee Hubley

Stunts

Michael Jaffe

Executive Producer

Eric Johannessen

Colorist

Michael Johnson

Assistant Director

Debi Jonatanson

Transportation Captain

Christopher C Jones

Titles

Frank Kavanagh

Boom Operator

Jason Knight

Casting

W Gardner Knight

Music Editor

Sheila Lane

Casting

Ken Leblanc

Gaffer

Kevin P Lewis

Scenic Artist

Mark Linden

Sound Mixer

Mark Linden

Sound Supervisor

Forbes Macdonald

Camera Operator

Jess Macgillivary

Best Boy Electric

Michael Mahoney

Producer

Micah Martin

Assistant Location Manager

Kelly L Mcdonald

Assistant Property Master

Eddy Mcinnis

Assistant Camera

Patrick Mcmahon

Editor

Colleen Mcmaster

Production Accountant

Gary Mitchell

Generator Operator

Maria Nation

Writer (Tv)

Maria Nation

Teleplay

Bruce H Newberg

Casting

Abby Gail Palanker

Post-Production Supervisor

Tara Paul

Sound Mixer

Calvin Peterson

Transportation Coordinator

Jodi Picoult

Source Material

Marc Pollon

Editor

Joel Ransom

Dp/Cinematographer

Joel Ransom

Director Of Photography

Chris Reardon

Photography

Christopher Reardon

Photography

Jim Rillie

Sound Mixer

Gareth Roberts

Assistant Camera

Kris Rogers

On-Set Dresser

Ingrid Ross

Makeup

Brian Sears

Craft Service

Marianne Seeley

Props Buyer

Neil Shaw

Assistant

Jason Shurko

Property Master

John Shurko

Assistant Production Coordinator

Peter Simas

Stunts

Kelsey Smith

Camera Operator

Harry Snodgrass

Sound Supervisor

Harry Snodgrass

Sound Design

Joanne Stamp

Hair Stylist

Josh Thorne

Casting

Greg Townley

Music Scoring Mixer

Jason Van Houten

Location Manager

Noemi Westergard

Casting

Ryan Whynot

Stunts

Jim Worthen

Wardrobe

Elana Zatzman

Stunts

Bruce Zwicker

Assistant Director

Film Details

Also Known As
Jodi Picoult's The Tenth Circle, Tenth Circle
Release Date
2008
Location
Nova Scotia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States February 3, 2009

Aired in United States June 28, 2008

Based on the novel, "The Tenth Circle," written by Jodi Picoult. Published by Atria Books on March 17, 2006.

Aired in USA on Lifetime June 28, 2008.