Split Image 1986 VHS box cover
|Directed by||Ted Kotcheff|
|Produced by|| Don Carmody |
|Story by||Scott Spencer|
|Starring|| Michael O'Keefe |
|Music by||Bill Conti|
|Cinematography||Robert C. Jessup|
|Distributed by||Orion Pictures|
Split Image (also known as Captured) is a 1982 American drama film directed by Ted Kotcheff and starring Michael O'Keefe, Karen Allen, Peter Fonda, James Woods, Elizabeth Ashley, Brian Dennehy and Ronnie Scribner. It tells the story of an all-American college athlete who becomes involved in a youth-oriented cult, and his family's struggle to bring him home.
Danny Stetson is a clean-cut, American college student and gymnast with dreams of Olympic gold when he's lured into Homeland, a youth-oriented religious commune, by a compellingly beautiful girl, Rebecca. Here he is programmed by the charismatic leader, Neil Kirklander, to believe that his new life now has the true meaning that it previously lacked.
Anguished by their son's disappearance, Danny's parents Diana and Kevin hire a modern-day bounty hunter, Charles Pratt, to abduct Danny and exorcise his brainwashed mind, but the psychological change could be traumatizing.
|Michael O'Keefe||Danny "Joshua" Stetson|
|Karen Allen||Rebecca / Amy|
|Peter Fonda||Neil Kirklander|
|James Woods||Charles Pratt|
|Elizabeth Ashley||Diana Stetson|
|Brian Dennehy||Kevin Stetson|
|Ronnie Scribner||Sean Stetson|
|Kenneth Barry||Big Wig|
|Robert A. Cowan||Coach 1|
|Herbert Kirkpatrick||Coach 2|
|Chris McCarty||Sentry 1|
|Lee Ritchey||Sentry 2|
|Lynette Walden||Sexy Girl|
|Scott Campbell||Barry Mills|
|Melanie Strange||Debbie Cooper|
|Dave Tanner||Guitar Player|
|Jeanne Evans||Newsboy's Mom|
|Irma P. Hall||Maid|
|Peter Hans Sprague||Person|
|1982|| Youth In Film Award |
(now known as the Young Artist Award)
|Best Supporting Young Actor in a Motion Picture||Ronnie Scribner||Nominated|
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