All Genres: Thriller
Release Year: 1994
Director: James Glickenhaus
Writing by: James Glickenhaus – writer
Produced by: Kirsten Bates-Renaud – associate producer
Frank K. Isaac – producer
Jefferson Richard – line producer
Leonard Shapiro – executive producer
Alan M. Solomon – executive producer
Cast: Jan Broberg Felt – Cindy Lockerby (as Jan Gardner)
Elizabeth Johnson – Stephanie Lockerby
Jesse Cameron-Glickenhaus – Jesse Broderick
Darlanne Fluegel – Susan Broderick
Scott Glenn – Stephen Broderick
Terri Hawkes – Ellen Jenkins
Kevin Sorbo – John Willison
Sheila Tousey – Agent Lemar
Tim Colceri – Warden Bates
Armin Shimerman – Dr. Mort Seger
Leo Geter – William Barnes
Music: Joe Renzetti
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Plot Outline: A seasoned FBI Agent's child-genius son assists him on catching a child-killer, a schizophrenic mohab nut who believes he's been chosen by god to be a new Noah.
Plot: Fast plot about a mohab nut who thinks he is Noah and collects two of every living thing. Detective Broderick, with help from his teenage son, gather evidence and find the ghastly horror of this schizophrenic man who kills and kidnaps for his so assumed god.
Movie Quotes: Stephen Broderick: Remember how I taught you after a shower to shake the water off your head like a dog?
Jesse Broderick: Yeah.
Stephen Broderick: Well, Grandpa taught me that and some day you'll teach your kid that.
Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
The man who cried and was beaten when Andy first arrived is listed and credited as “Fat Ass” — the other inmates' nickname for him.
Goofs: We know about 3 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Continuity: The handwriting of the word “honey”, made of salt, on the table, changes.
Trivia: There are 3 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- Although this movie is a work of fiction, it is centered around a real person. Norman Lindsay was a real-life artist and author in Australia during the early 1900s. Several of his books have been adapted into movies, including _Age of Consent, The (1969)_ which tells a different version of this same story.
- The movie was filmed primarily at the real Norman Lindsay's home and 49 acre property, where he lived until his death in 1969. It is now a museum and art gallery.
- Tara Fitzgerald deliberately withheld from getting involved in any of the cast and crew's get-togethers and parties, as it helped her with her characterization of an uptight, repressed woman.