Innocents (2002)





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A French musician named Gerard (Jean-Hugues Anglade) is driving across the Midwest when he meets Megan (Connie Nielsen), an attractive woman who is travelling with her younger sister, Dominique (Mia Kirshner). Word reaches the women that their father has died, and when they decide to head to Seattle to be with their mother (Anne Archer), Gerard tags along. However, he discovers all too late that Dominique has a dangerously unstable side, and when she impulsively kills several people en route to … More

Rating: R
Genre: Drama, Horror, Art House & International, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: ,
Written By: Neil McKay
In Theaters:
On DVD: Apr 16, 2002
First Look Pictures - Official Site



as Dominique

as Judge

as Detective Davis

as James Wishart

as Helen Rickard

as John Roylance

as Michaela Willis

as Steve Willis

as Trevor Jones

as Rosemary Jones

as Janarda Dhasmana

as Sharon Peacock

as Steve Bolson

as Daryl Peacock

as Rob Martin

as Angelini

as Professor Farndon

as Sharon's Mother

as Julie Johnson

as Steve Johnson

as William Booth

as Alison Hayes

as Chris Monk

as Sally Masey

as Peter Doyle

as Mandy Evans

as Bert Loveday

as Hyam Joffe

as Ash Pawade

as The Counsel
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All Critics (3)

Severe miscasting ruins what could have been a new indie classic.

Full Review… | December 8, 2002
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Audience Reviews for Innocents

If this movie was made to put me to sleep then it did it's job because I fell asleep after 20 minutes & I can't even remember what I watched to write a full review

Brody Manson

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