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Stolen

Duration:
91 min
Genres:
Crime | Drama | Mystery | Thriller
IMDB rate:
6.2
Director:
Anders Anderson
Details
Country: USA
Filming Locations: Los Angeles, California, USA
Earnings
Budget: $2,000,000
Gross: $7,306 (USA) (4 April 2010)
Cast
Actor
Character
Jimmy Bennett
Jimmy Bennett
Stolen
Jon Hamm
Tom Adkins Sr.
Josh Lucas
Matthew Wakefield
James Van Der Beek
Diploma / Rogianni
Jessica Chastain
Sally Ann
Joanna Cassidy
Lea Adkins
Michael Cudlitz
Jonas
Andy Milder
William Daniels
Holt McCallany
Swede
Jude Ciccolella
Police Chief
Rick Gomez
Officer JJ
Marcus Thomas
Pete Dunne
Graham Phillips
Mark Wakefield
Christian Bender
Luke Wakefield
Sam Hennings
Older Luke Wakefield
Tom Kemp
Russell MacArthur
Kali Rocha
Coral
Benjamin Burdick
George Montgomery
Kim Hamilton
Miz Betsy
Bob Stephenson
Mike the Bartender
William Charles Mitchell
Lou (as William C. Mitchell)
Glenn Taranto
Chollie
Ryan Cutrona
Bill Byrnes
Ty Panitz
Tommy Jr.
Ray Proscia
Lawyer
Enuka Okuma
Officer Angie Riddick
Angela Schnaible
Girl
Jeanette Brox
Lisa
Kasey Campbell
Micha
Beth Grant
Older Edvena
Cheyenne Wilbur
Old Minister
Pamela Dunlap
Shelly the Waitress
Rutanya Alda
Older Sally Ann
James Mathers
Joel Schubert
Paul Keith
Barber #1
Jonathan Erickson Eisley
Mick (as Jonathan Eisley)
Channing Chase
Lorraine
Charles C. Stevenson
Man Getting a Cut (as Charles Stevenson)
Bart McCarthy
Kevin Byrnes
Tonye Patano
Elsie Mauer
Beresford Bennett
Investigator
Al Corley
Uncle Sam #2
Liliana Rose
Jenette
Lindsey Rosenblatt
Ashley
Richard Amadril
Waiter
Charity Beyer
1950's Barmaid (uncredited)
Felix J. Boyle
1950s Chollie Diner Guest (uncredited)
Keith Brush
Examiner (uncredited)
Jillian Johnston
Carnival Goer (uncredited)
Jason Kakebeen
Prison Guard (uncredited)
Elizabeth Kouri
Pearl Wakefield (uncredited)
Retson Ross
Carnival Kid (uncredited)
Brandon Woxland
Carnival Kid (uncredited)
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Trivia
Screenwriter Glenn Taranto wrote his first draft of the screenplay, originally titled "The Boy in the Box", in six days over a two week period. He was inspired by the famous unsolved case of "America's Unknown Child" aka The Boy In The Box. Working backwards Glenn created an original scenario detailing how such an unsolved crime might have occurred. Should anyone have any information regarding the real "Boy In The Box" case they are encouraged to contact the Philadelphia, PA Police Department.
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At the gas station Matthew pays $9.50 to fill up the Rambler. In 1958 and at $0.24 per gallon he filled up his car with 39 gallons of gas. A bit more than your typical Rambler can hold.
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Josh Lucas plays the father in the 1958 case, a character named Matthew, and his three sons are named Mark, Luke, and John. Taken together, those are the names, in traditional Catholic order, of the New Testament's four canonical gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
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Goofs
In the 1958 scenes, the box is shown variously as painted and unpainted. In a time-lapse scene, we see the box age from unpainted raw wood to dark and moldy, but when it is being buried, it is already dark.
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The highways the Rambler drives on have the wrong color striping. In 1958, the shoulder stripes were yellow and the centerlines were white. Modern embedded road reflectors can also be seen in some shots.
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As John and Matt drive down the town's main street, one of the storefronts they pass has one of the modern "OPEN" neon sign in the window.
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Quotes
Lea Adkins: You can't do anything about losing your son. But if you loose your wife, that *is* your fault.
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Tom Adkins Sr.: My biggest fear is that when I do find him, what's left of us may not be enough. I haven't been able to forgive myself, and so I push my wife away. I can't even look her in the eyes, because every time I do, I see my mistakes. So I take the risk of losing everything. Not because I want to, but because I have to. Only then will I have the strength to go to my wife and ask her for forgiveness. And I have to believe that one day she will give it to me.
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Tom Adkins Sr.: He has his mother's eyes. Her hair. My face, my laugh. First time I held him I knew he was my son. The best of me and his mother. I can still see his eyes light up watching those fireworks. I gave him everything a father can give a son. And now with all this searching, being a cop, being a father, I still can't find my boy.
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Photos from cast
Rhona Mitra Morena Baccarin Jimmy Bennett Elizabeth Small