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Release Year: 2011
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Matt Russell
Sound: DTS, Dolby Digital

  • Life is never the same once you've been to Utopia.

  • Writing by: David Cook – (screenplay) (as David L. Cook) &
    Rob Levine – (screenplay) &
    Matt Russell – (screenplay) (as Matthew Dean Russell) &
    Sandra Thrift – (screenplay)
    David Cook – (novel "Golf's Sacred Journey: Seven Days at the Links of Utopia") (as David L. Cook)

    Produced by: Ele Bardha – associate producer
    Jason Michael Berman – producer (as Jason Berman)
    Rob Carliner – executive producer
    Kwesi Collisson – co-producer
    David Cook – executive producer
    Ken Herfurth – executive producer
    Lindsay Hovel – associate producer
    W. Michael Jenson – associate producer
    Susan Kirr – co-producer
    Susan Kirr – line producer
    Mark G. Mathis – producer
    Phil Myers – executive producer
    Mick Partridge – associate producer
    Jess Stainbrook – executive producer

    Cast: Robert Bear – Chuck
    Lucas Black – Luke Chisholm
    Madison Burge – Hannah chisolm
    Brady Coleman – Patron
    Kim de Patri – Golfer
    Richard Dillard – Golfer #1
    Robert Duvall – Johnny Crawford
    Jerry Ferrera – Joe Buckner
    Brian Geraghty
    Sarah Jayne Jensen – Maggie Swanson
    Melissa Leo – Lily

    Music: Klaus Badelt Christopher Carmichael
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    Plot Outline:

    The espionage thriller begins in 1997, as shocking news reaches retired Mossad secret agents Rachel…
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    After a disastrous debut on the pro circuit, a young golfer finds himself unexpectedly stranded in Utopia, Texas and welcomed by an eccentric rancher.

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    • Lucy Gordon died when the film was in post production. This film is dedicated to her memory.

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    The project was originally envisioned with Serge Gainsbourg's real life daughter, actress Charlotte Gainsbourg to play him in keeping with the film's surreal and fairytale-esque tone. Six months into rehearsals and preparation Gainsbourg pulled out telling director Joann Sfar, it was proving to emotionally painful and he would have to make his “beautiful film” without her. Sfar had always approached the film with her in mind and was ready to abort the project when fate lead him to Eric Elmosnino.

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