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THE COUNTING HOUSE

by Carlo Giudice, Paolo Marcellini

synopsis

Four employees of Island Fisheries arrive on an isolated island to negotiate fishing rights with the paranoid islanders who have good reason to be afraid. Soon after the arrival of the four, a mysterious force the islanders thought was chained forever in the basement of the foreboding old Counting House is once again on the loose, savagely killing its women...

international title: The Counting House
original title: The Counting House
country: Italy, Hong Kong
sales agent: Strategic Film Partners
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Carlo Giudice, Paolo Marcellini
film run: 90'
screenplay: Sabina Colloredo, Richard Lasser, Catherine Linstrum, Carlo Giudice, Paolo Marcellini
cast: Byron Mann, Daniella Kuhn, Christo Jivkov, Giovanni Capalbo, David Breen, Maggie Q, Michael Wong, Pei-pei Cheng
cinematography by: Dante Cecchin
film editing: Barbara Cifali, Gino Pinetti, Maria Valerio
art director: Ende Leung
costumes designer: Wu Lai Fung
music: Umberto Tenaglia
producer: Carlo _Giudice (id:201970) | Paolo _Marcellini (id:201971)
production: Karma Film Production, February Entertainment
backing: Rai Cinema
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