Midnight Sun

Katie, a 17-year-old, has been sheltered since childhood and confined to her house during the day by a rare disease that makes even the smallest amount of sunlight deadly. Fate intervenes when she meets Charlie and they embark on a summer romance.

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Film Cast:

  • Katie Price: Bella Thorne
  • Charlie Reed: Patrick Schwarzenegger
  • Jack Price: Rob Riggle
  • Morgan: Quinn Shephard
  • Mark Reed: Ken Tremblett
  • Dr. Paula Fleming: Suleka Mathew
  • Barb Reed: Jenn Griffin
  • Garver: Nicholas Coombe
  • Zoe Carmichael: Tiera Skovbye
  • Fred / Night Clerk: Norm Misura
  • Owen: Austin Anozie
  • Wes: Alex Pangburn
  • Swim Coach: Guy Christie
  • Blake Jones: Paul McGillion
  • Engineer: Donny Lucas
  • Geeky Friend #1: Jerome Yoo
  • Geeky Friend #2: Kenneth Tynan
  • 7-Year-Old Katie: Ava Dewhurst
  • 7-Year-Old Morgan: Audrey Smallman
  • 7-Year-Old Zoe Carmichael: Jaeda Lily Miller
  • Swim Scout: Ray Boulay
  • Guitarist: Nick Watson
  • Nurse: Michelle Choi-Lee
  • Jessica Rollins: Jacqueline King
  • Theresa Price: Allyson Grant
  • Zoe’s Friend #1: Darla Pitkanen
  • Tommy / Young Boy: Dean Petriw
  • Ice Cream Customer: Kris Neufeld
  • Man: Farris Tyab
  • Patient: Kiarra Goldberg
  • Principal: Chris Sheilds
  • Young Charlie (uncredited): Kiefer O’Reilly
  • Swim Team Member (uncredited): Jeff Reyes
  • Band – Lead Vocalist (uncredited): Tom Vanderkam
  • Zoe’s Friend (uncredited): Yobdee

Film Crew:

  • Production Design: Eric Fraser
  • Editor: Tia Nolan
  • Co-Producer: Tracey Jeffrey
  • Post Production Supervisor: John Portnoy
  • Original Film Writer: Kenji Bando
  • Original Music Composer: Nate Walcott
  • Casting: Rich Delia
  • Executive Producer: Scott Speer
  • Director of Photography: Karsten Gopinath
  • Producer: Jen Gatien
  • Art Direction: Laurel Bergman
  • Producer: John Rickard
  • Executive Producer: David Boies
  • Producer: Zack Schiller
  • Editor: Michelle Harrison
  • Sound Effects Editor: Ryan Collins
  • First Assistant Director: Jason Furukawa
  • Co-Producer: Katie Silberman
  • Script Supervisor: Sandra Montgomery
  • Third Assistant Director: Jason Yeung
  • Production Manager: Mandy Spencer-Phillips
  • Executive Producer: Hiroki Shirota
  • Writer: Eric Kirsten
  • Co-Producer: Katherine S. Chang
  • Assistant Location Manager: W. Robert Millar
  • Co-Producer: Erika Abe
  • Co-Producer: Devin Andre
  • Executive Producer: James McGough
  • Executive Producer: Alan Ou
  • Second Assistant Director: Shane Erron West

Movie Reviews:

  • behindthecurtains: I just wanna say from the moment I seen how sad she was I cried and yes I did cry but I just wanna say even though she wasn’t suppose to go outside she did it anyways and at first I was a little confused because I was like this is just like everything everything so what is the point of watching it but in everything everything she didn’t die and that made me realize how amazing the movie is and how better it is because when you think about it its dumb of her to risk her life but at the same time the time was gonna come and they all knew it so instead of her dying inside a house and not being able to experience anything was like why but she died happy and she knew how she wanted to that’s exactly why she did it and I know it’s only a movie but don’t be afraid to live life to the fullest because me I always think how do I wanna do this do I wanna upset my parents but sometimes I wanna die but it will upset them and I just want everyone to be happy just like her and I love this movie because it inspires me to do better in life and don’t let anyone or anything hold me back from being me and living life and it made me realize something risk life for love its beautiful and everyone should be happy
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