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A SINGLE SHOT

by David M. Rosenthal

synopsis

In the pale blue light of dawn, John Moon leaves his trailer along with his dog and a shotgun. As he makes his way into the wooded mountains, he passes a sign prohibiting hunting and fishing. He takes aims at a deer in a thicket and misses once before raising his gun again. Shortly afterwards, a young woman lies dying in the mud, and Moon finds a letter and a large sum of money. From this point on, the hunter has become the hunted.

international title: A Single Shot
original title: A Single Shot
country: United States, United Kingdom, Canada
sales agent: Inferno/US
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: David M. Rosenthal
film run: 116'
screenplay: Matthew F. Jones
cast: Sam Rockwell, William H. Macy, Kelly Reilly, Jason Isaacs, Jeffrey Wright
cinematography by: Edu Garu
film editing: Dan Robinson
art director: David Brisbin
costumes designer: Beverley Wowchuk
music: Atli Örvarsson
producer: Chris Coen, Aaron L. Gilbert, Keith Kjarval, Jeff Rice
co-producer: Katie Goodson, Margot Hand, Akshaii Hariharan, John Brooks Klingenbeck, Mary Vernieu
production: Unanimous Pictures, Unified Pictures/US, Bron Studios/Canada
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