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Henry's Crime
Directed by
Malcolm Venville

USA / 2010 / 109

US Premiere

Screening Times and Venues:
Upstate Films WOODSTOCK
10/02/2010, 4:00PM
10/03/2010, 3:00PM
Sleepwalking his way through life, Henry (Keanu Reeves) gets an unexpected wake-up call when he becomes an unwitting participant in a bank heist. Rather than give up the names of the real culprits, he takes the fall and discovers his true calling. Having done the time, Henry reasons he may as well do the crime. Discovering a forgotten tunnel connecting the bank to a nearby theater, he recruits his old cellmate Max (James Caan) to aid in the robbery, all the while playing the lead in the theaterís current production where he finds himself falling for his leading lady, Julie (Vera Farmiga).
A photographer and director of TV commercials, music videos and short films, Malcolm Venville's first feature film, "44 Inch Chest," was released in 2010 and stars Ray Winstone, Ian McShane and Academy nominees Tom Wilkinson and John Hurt. "Henry's Crime" is his second feature-length film. In 2009, Venville published his second book of photography, "Lucha Loco," an examination of the personas of masked Mexican Wrestlers.
Cast/Featuring: Keanu Reeves, Vera Farmiga, Judy Greer, James Caan, Fisher Stevens, Peter Stormare
Executive Producer(s): Scott Fischer, Mark Fischer, Cassian Elwes, Lisa Wilson, Peter Graham, Stephen Hays, Sacha Gervasi
Producer(s): Stephen Hamel, David Mimran, Jordan Schur, Lemore Syvan
Director(s): Malcolm Venville
Screenwriter(s): Sacha Gervasi, David White - Story By Stephen Hamel and Sacha Gervasi
Cinematographer(s): Paul Cameron
Editor(s): Curtiss Clayton
Composer(s)/Music: Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings




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