Seeing Red Trailer

Seeing Red Trailer (1992)

01 January 1992 Drama, Comedy, Mystery 115 mins

A mystery, a comedy with an undercurrant of terror, about the expose of scandal in big business transactions and how a three year-old boy and his father lost each other.

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Cast

Tony Llewellyn-Jones

as Duncan Banks

Peta Toppano

as Vivien

Zoe Carides

as Red Sessions

Henri Szeps

as Louie Leeds

David Wenham

as Frank No. 2

David Field

as William

Anthony Wong

as Nyguen

Jean Heard

as Clarice

Peter Sumner

as Gorman

Crew

Virginia Rouse

Virginia Rouse Production Design

Trish Carney

Trish Carney Associate Producer

William T. Marshall

William T. Marshall Executive Producer

Ian Jones

Ian Jones Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

Australia 01 January 1992

Production Companies

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