Margaret leads a successful and orderly life, perfectly balancing the demands of her busy career and single parenthood to her fiercely independent daughter Abbie. That careful balance is upended when an unwelcome shadow from her past appears, bringing with it the horrors of Margaret’s past life.

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Film Cast:

  • Margaret: Rebecca Hall
  • David: Tim Roth
  • Abbie: Grace Kaufman
  • Peter: Michael Esper
  • Gwyn: Angela Wong Carbone
  • Tess: Winsome Brown
  • Officer Geary: Josh Drennen
  • Desk Clerk: Rosemary Howard
  • Driver: Jaime Zevallos
  • Biomatix Executive: Patrick Klein
  • BioMatix Employee: Bradley Lewis
  • Employee #9: Rocco Palmieri
  • Locksmith: Oliver Comstock Reynolds
  • Amanda: Zarra Kaahn
  • Ben: Jackson Finnegan
  • Ben: Owen Johnson

Film Crew:

  • Executive Producer: Rebecca Hall
  • Producer: Tim Headington
  • Producer: Lars Knudsen
  • Music: Jim Williams
  • Special Effects Makeup Artist: Paul Molnar
  • Foley Mixer: George A. Lara
  • Casting Director: Jessica Kelly
  • Costume Design: Alexis Forte
  • Executive Producer: Lucas Joaquin
  • Director of Photography: Wyatt Garfield
  • Writer: Andrew Semans
  • Second Unit First Assistant Director: Kyle Wright
  • Producer: Lia Buman
  • Producer: Alex Scharfman
  • Producer: Drew P. Houpt
  • Makeup Department Head: Rachel Geary
  • Prosthetic Designer: Ben Bornstein
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Ric Schnupp
  • Editor: Ron Dulin
  • Executive Producer: Michael M. McGuire
  • Extras Casting: Johanna Tacadena
  • Supervising Dialogue Editor: Giuseppe Cappello
  • Camera Operator: Isaac Banks
  • Still Photographer: Jeong Park
  • Producer: Tory Lenosky
  • Thanks: Gerry Pass
  • Gaffer: Adam LoNigro
  • Co-Producer: Ben Shafer
  • Stunt Coordinator: Mark Pettograsso
  • Script Supervisor: Michael Kefeyalew
  • Still Photographer: Gwen Capistran
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Sanghee Moon
  • Property Master: Rob Haworth
  • Executive Producer: Tyler Campellone
  • Sound Mix Technician: Isaac Kuruvilla Balachandran
  • Second Unit First Assistant Director: Eric LaFranchi
  • Music Supervisor: Melissa Chapman
  • Production Design: Anna Kathleen
  • Set Costumer: Lauren Kowalski
  • Post Production Supervisor: Lauren Chen
  • Set Decoration: Liz Flood
  • Executive Producer: Max Silva
  • Second Assistant “A” Camera: Chase Lowenstein
  • Associate Producer: Isaac Ericson
  • Location Scout: Jillian Fisher
  • Co-Producer: Ana Leocha
  • Executive Producer: Christine D’Souza Gelb
  • Location Manager: Jonathan Yi
  • Location Coordinator: Justin Schwebel
  • Production Secretary: Sam Kann
  • Art Department Production Assistant: Christina Bowman
  • Hair Department Head: Stefanie Terzo
  • Sound Mixer: Michael Infante
  • First Assistant Accountant: Neal Andrus
  • Boom Operator: Atom Pate
  • Additional Second Assistant Director: John Wayne Marshall
  • Title Designer: Claire Typaldos
  • Production Assistant: Dash Porter
  • Set Production Assistant: Jasmine Dreame Wagner
  • Assistant Location Manager: Elizabeth Bendelac
  • Set Costumer: Trent Kidd
  • Casting Assistant: Julianna Austin
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Stephen Henel
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Cricket Withall
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Layne Zagorski

Movie Reviews:


    “Resurrection is an exceptionally tense, frighteningly realistic psychological thriller, deeply elevated by a masterclass performance from Rebecca Hall. The latter becomes a major contender for awards even beyond the festival, offering an unforgettable, mesmerizing, haunting display of a traumatized mother.

    From a hypnotizing, uninterrupted 10-minute monologue to nerve-wracking interactions with an also remarkably creepy Tim Roth, Andrew Semans puts the actress through shocking, disturbing plot points and emotionally devastating character development. The lingering cinematography and powerfully effective sound design exponentially increase the suspense and intensity levels.

    A divisive, multiple-interpretation ending may divide some viewers, and a slight loss of momentum during the second act may reduce the climax impact, but these are minor issues in what will end up as one of the very best movies of the year.”

    Rating: A

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