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Full Disclosure DVD cover
|Directed by||John Bradshaw|
|Produced by||Paul Wynn|
|Written by||Tony Johnston|
|Starring|| Fred Ward |
Penelope Ann Miller
|Music by||Claude Desjardins|
Eric N. Robertson
|Edited by||Lisa Grootenboer|
|Distributed by|| First Look Pictures |
Full Disclosure is a 2001 thriller film starring Fred Ward, Christopher Plummer, Rachel Ticotin and Penelope Ann Miller. It was directed by John Bradshaw.
The film was shot in 1999. The release was delayed due to distributing problems.
Full Disclosure was nominated for 7 Video Premiere Awards in 2001: Best Actor (Ward), Best Supporting Actor (Plummer), Best Supporting Actress (Miller), Best Original Score, Best Live-Action Premiere, Best Screenplay and Best Director.
The film was released in United States, Canada, UK, Netherlands, Finland, China, France, Spain, Italy, Norway and in Greece (in 2008).
The Canadian working title was "All The Fine Lines".
The cast includes Fred Ward, Rachel Ticotin, Christopher Plummer, Penelope Ann Miller, Virginia Madsen, Kim Coates, Roberta Maxwell, Nicholas Campbell and Patrick Gallagher.
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