Ulterior Motives


1991

Brief Synopsis

A New York Times reporter uncovers a plot against the Japanese.

Film Details

Also Known As
Falska motiv
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1991

Synopsis

A New York Times reporter uncovers a plot against the Japanese.

Crew

Marshall Adams

Electrician

Eric Adkins

Grip

Alicia Allain-ryder

Hair

Lindy Alsobrooks

Grip

Joni Avery

Stunts

Rick Avery

Stunt Coordinator

Ed Bacon

Camera Operator

Mike Ballew

Transportation Captain

Carol Banker

Production Assistant

Steven Barnes

Assistant Camera Operator

James Becket

Story By

James Becket

Screenplay

James Becket

From Story

Daphne Becket-chary

Art Assistant

Brent Beckett

Electrician

Lawrence Bender

Assistant Director

Sharon Bialy

Casting

Brian Bidder

Sound

Angela Bonner

Props

Don Buchsbaum

Production Assistant

Brian Callier

Other

Kim Carleton

Costumes

John Chickanis

Grip

Bruce Comtois

Driver

Mitch Concors

Electrician

Colleen Corrigan

Stand-In

Catherine Crockett

Assistant Editor

Susan Daley

Production Assistant

Jeff Dashnaw

Stunts

Dino Demaria

Driver

David Dowell

Electrician

Cindy Downes

On-Set Dresser

Ross Dreyer

Swing Gang

Lisa Erndt

Costume Supervisor

Michael Erwin

Coproducer

Kirk Findley

Props

Parmer Fuller

Music

Terry Gilbert

Electrician

Bryan Godwin

Camera Operator

Thomas Ian Griffith

Story By

Thomas Ian Griffith

From Story

Thomas Ian Griffith

Producer

Todd Grove

Production Auditor

Geno Hart

Transportation Coordinator

Michael Helmy

Production Designer

Shane Toulouse Holliday

Grip

Joya Hoyt

Script Supervisor

Carol Hunt

Assistant Director

Tom Ingalls

Gaffer

Jay Jergensen

Construction Coordinator

George Jezek

Assistant Camera Operator

Henry Jones

Grip

John E Jonez

Assistant Director

Anna Julien

Production Assistant

Tim Kahle

Stand-In

Stephen M Katz

Dp/Cinematographer

Stephen M Katz

Director Of Photography

Virginia Katz

Editor

Bob Kay

Production Assistant

Mary Page Keller

Coproducer

Karen Kelly

Production Coordinator

J Max Kirishima

Producer

Alex Kirlen

Driver

Evan Klein

Property Master

Allen Kupetsky

Accounting Assistant

Tom Lockett

Boom Operator

Saskia Lodder

Other

Gavin Macfadyen

Associate Producer

Greg Magidow

Transportation

Ariana Makau

Production Assistant

Mary Margiotta

Casting

Cathy Martin

Casting

Linda Mccabe

Unit Manager

William Mccabe

Transportation Co-Captain

Kevin M Mccarthy

Special Effects

Leslie Miller

Grip

Todd Miller

Assistant Camera Operator

Vito Mirabella

Grip

John Mueller

Steadicam Operator

Robert Myers

Driver

Janet Nelson

Set Decorator

Wade Nelson

Art Assistant

Mick Nichols

Electrician

Michael K O'melia

Grip

Richard Pagano

Casting

Lorena Petani

Location Manager

Michael C Price

Grip

Gary Lee Reed

On-Set Dresser

Pete Romano

Photography

James Rowland

Stand-In

Kellyann Ryan

Location Assistant

James Ryder

Makeup

Marc Schultz

Electrician

Rick Senteno

Electrician

Michael L Smith

Dolly Grip

Tracy St John

Photography

Thomas E Surprenant

Makeup

Craig Thurman Suttle

Line Producer

Craig Thurman Suttle

Unit Production Manager

Keith A Talley

Key Grip

Taro Tanabe

Executive Producer

John F Teeple

Driver

David L Vaccaro

Transportation

Tom Wholey

Grip

Michael Wilkins

Other

James J Williams

Grip

Hilary Wright

Costume Designer

Tom Wright

Craft Service

Bob Zamudio

Electrician

Film Details

Also Known As
Falska motiv
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1991

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1991

Released in United States on Video January 27, 1993

Released in United States Winter January 1, 1992

Shown at American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica February 28 - March 8, 1991.

ELK is Erwin, Lamas, Kirishima Productions, Inc. and was formerly Blueline Productions.

Released in United States 1991 (Shown at American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica February 28 - March 8, 1991.)

Released in United States Winter January 1, 1992

Released in United States on Video January 27, 1993