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  • Genre: Adventure | Drama
  • Release Date: 8 January 2010 (UK)
  • Runtime: 111 min
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  • IMDb page: The Road (2009) Film Streaming Online HD
  • Rate: 7.3/10 total 130,508 votes 
  • Genre: Adventure | Drama
  • Release Date: 8 January 2010 (UK)
  • Runtime: 111 min
  • Filming Location: Abandoned Turnpike Tunnels, Breezewood, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Budget: $25,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $56,692 (USA) (11 May 2012)
  • Director: John Hillcoat
  • Stars: Viggo Mortensen, Charlize Theron, Kodi Smit-McPhee | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Nick Cave  Warren Ellis   
  • Soundtrack: Sonata for Violin and Harpsichord No. The Road 2009 3 in E Major: Adagio Ma Non Tanto
  • Sound Mix: DTS | Dolby Digital | SDDS
  • Plot Keyword: Snow | Shopping Cart | Cart | Pistol | Bare Butt

The Road (2009) Writing Credits By:

  • Cormac McCarthy (novel)
  • Joe Penhall (screenplay)

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The Road (2009) Known Trivia

  • To live the role, Viggo Mortensen would sleep in his clothes and deliberately starve himself. The Road 2009 At one point he was thrown out of a shop in Pittsburgh because they thought he was a homeless man. The Road 2009 8 of 8 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Viggo Mortensen and Kodi Smit-McPhee reported bonding by eating crickets to help them get into character. The Road 2009 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Viggo Mortensen nearly turned down the role of Man because he had planned a break from film work. The Road 2009 After completing his work as the Man, Mortensen took a long break from acting. The Road 2009 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • John Hillcoat filmed the soft-drink vending-machine scene with Man and Boy several times, each with a different brand beverage, out of concern that Coca-Cola executives would not want their product to appear in the motion picture. The Road 2009 A telephone call from Viggo Mortensen to the president of Coca-Cola secured permission for a can of Coca-Cola to appear, consistent with the source novel. The Road 2009 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In keeping with the novel, the cause of the apocalypse is never explained 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The scene where the Man washes the Boy’s hair in the stream was shot three times. The Road 2009 During that scene, the weather was very cold, so John Hillcoat promised Kodi Smit-McPhee that it would be done in only two takes. The Road 2009 However, during the second take, the sun came out and ruined the shot, requiring a third take. The Road 2009 The boy’s crying afterward was Smit-McPhee actually crying, not acting. The Road 2009 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The old man’s line about having a son was not in the script and was ad-libbed by Robert Duvall after they were all tired from many takes. The Road 2009 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • One of the cannibals on the back of the truck is played by Kodi Smit-McPhee’s real life father. The Road 2009 5 of 6 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • For the birthing scene, director John Hillcoat originally planned to record the screaming of women actually giving birth and edit it over the scene. The Road 2009 Charlize Theron objected to this and filmed the scene herself. The Road 2009 The screaming you hear in the film is actually her. The Road 2009 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The U.S. The Road 2009 release date was postponed from November 26, 2008, to October 16, 2009, to allow for additional post-production work. The Road 2009 The 2009 release date was further delayed to November 25, 2009, to position the picture for Academy Awards competition. The Road 2009 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Factual errors: In the beginning, the Man is shown to only have two bullets in his revolver. The Road 2009 But when we see the front the revolver after he cocked the hammer and pointed the gun at the urinating gangster we see two rounds in the cylinder. The Road 2009 The cylinder will rotate again if the hammer is pulled back, so when he fired seconds later the hammer would have hit an empty chamber.

The Road (2009) Plot: A post-apocalyptic tale of a man and his son trying to survive by any means possible. The Road 2009 Full summary »  »

The Road (2009) Story: A father and his son walk alone through burned America. The Road 2009 Nothing moves in the ravaged landscape save the ash on the wind and water. The Road 2009 It is cold enough to crack stones, and, when the snow falls it is gray. The Road 2009 The sky is dark. The Road 2009 Their destination is the warmer south, although they don’t know what, if anything, awaits them there. The Road 2009 They have nothing: just a pistol to defend themselves against the lawless cannibalistic bands that stalk the road, the clothes they are wearing, a rusting shopping cart of scavenged food–and each other. The Road 2009 Written bySean Pollock

Synopsis

The Road (2009) Synopsis: The Film opens in a flash back where we see the Man (Viggo Mortensen) in bed with his wife (Charlize Theron). The Road 2009 The man wakes up to a sound and a glow coming from outside the window of their room. The Road 2009 He walks to the window and looks out. The Road 2009 In a hurry, he then runs into the bathroom where he begins to fill the sink and bathtub. The Road 2009 His wife wakes up and comes into the bathroom and asks why he is taking a shower. The Road 2009 He says, Im not taking a shower. The Road 2009 She then looks outside to see what he saw. The Road 2009 The scene then cuts to the present where the man is walking with his son down a snow-covered road.

As the Man and his son are walking, we hear a narration by the Man explaining that he does not keep track of time anymore. The Road 2009 He further explains (in a very vague way) that a few years ago at 1:17, there was a bright flash in the sky followed by rumbling sounds and that was when time stopped. The Road 2009 As the Man and his son walk and search abandoned cars, the narration continues. The Road 2009 He then says that the sun has not come out for a long time; the weather is getting colder and greyer every day. The Road 2009 He then says the things he fears the most are cannibals and hunger. The Road 2009 They are walking to the coast and heading south to see if things are warmer and better there.

The Man and his son stop at a car in the road and make camp. The Road 2009 While they sit in the car talking, we see that the Man has a pistol with 2 rounds in it and a shopping cart full of things they have collected. The Road 2009 The two talk about the boys mother and we understand that she has died. The Road 2009 The Man also explains to the son how to kill himself the right way with the gun, and the reason there are 2 bullets left are for one for each of them. The Road 2009 The 2 fall asleep and the Man has a dream/flashback. The Road 2009 In this flashback, we see the Man and his wife talking about killing themselves like the other families in the area. The Road 2009 She says that if they are caught, they will be raped, killed and eaten. The Road 2009 He says that she needs to be strong and stop talking about that. The Road 2009 She says that they only have 2 bullets left and that they should use them now. The Road 2009 The Man gets up to go to the kitchen in anger/sadness. The Road 2009 The wife then looks down and we see that her water has broken and she is pregnant. The Road 2009 She then starts to lose control and wants to kill herself before she has the child because she does not want to raise a child in this world. The Road 2009 The Man talks her out of it and we see him helping her through labor. The Road 2009 Right then the flashback ends as the man wakes up suddenly to the sound of a truck in the distance. The Road 2009 He wakes his son and they run out of the truck they were sleeping in into the nearby woods, leaving the cart. The Road 2009 They jump and hide in a ditch and leave the cart by the truck they were sleeping in. The Road 2009 Through a nearby tunnel, a truck full of men drives down the road and stops by the Mans cart. The Road 2009 The men get off of the truck and start looking through the nearby woods for them. The Road 2009 One stranger walks very close to the hiding Man and his son, and stops to urinate on a tree. The Road 2009 He then sees the man and the son hiding and tells them to come to the truck because they have food. The Road 2009 The Man is pointing the gun at the stranger and tells him to not look back at the people he came with and to come with them or he would shoot him in the head. The Road 2009 He refuses and calls the Man a coward. The Road 2009 Just then the truck starts and startles the Man and his son. The Road 2009 The stranger then jumps down and grabs the son at knifepoint. The Road 2009 The Man then shoots the stranger in the head, grabs his son and runs into the woods hiding over night avoiding the group who were looking for them.

The next morning, the Man and his son go back for the cart. The Road 2009 Almost all of their stuff is gone, and as they are cleaning up the little that is left, we see a bloody pile of flesh on the ground and we get the idea that the men ate the stranger who was just shot. The Road 2009 The Man and his son continue to walk. The Road 2009 They stop and talk about different things. The Road 2009 The son asks if they are still the good guys. The Road 2009 The Man explains that they are always going to be the good guys, and they are carrying the fire inside together.

They stop at another truck to sleep, which is parked on top of a very high bridge. The Road 2009 The Man and his son go to sleep. The Road 2009 In the morning, the Man wakes up and walks to the edge of the bridge where he takes a wallet out of his jacket with a picture of his wife in it. The Road 2009 He throws it over the bridge. The Road 2009 We then get another flashback of the Man and his wife together with the son who is older now (almost as old as he is in the present). The Road 2009 The wife says she is going to leave and the man begs her to stay another night. The Road 2009 She blames the man for not letting her die earlier, refuses and walks outside without saying goodbye to the son. The Road 2009 She takes off her jacket and outer clothing and walks off into the dark to die. The Road 2009 The flashback is over and the Man is still at the edge of the bridge. The Road 2009 He takes off his wedding ring and slides it to the edge of the bridge without pushing it over the side, and leaves it.

The two walk on and see a large house in the distance. The Road 2009 After looking at it through binoculars, they decide to go into the home. The Road 2009 In the main room, there is a pile of shoes about 5 feet high. The Road 2009 The Man is very confused and goes into the kitchen where he sees a large door in the floor, which is locked. The Road 2009 He pries the lock open and the two go down into the dark room. The Road 2009 They hear something in the darkness and when they get close, a naked man comes into the light. The Road 2009 The Man and she son get scared and try to leave. The Road 2009 As they attempt to leave, the see an entire group of malnourished people sitting scared and naked in the dark. The Road 2009 They franticly try to leave as another naked man grabs the Man and he has to fight them off. The Road 2009 They get out of the cellar and push a table over the door. The Road 2009 The son screams and out the window, we see another group of people walking to the home with weapons. The Road 2009 We also see large vats with metal bloody hooks over them and we can tell that they are used for eating the people in the locked cellar. The Road 2009 The Man and his son run upstairs and hide in a bathroom. The Road 2009 The Man hears a woman say she is going upstairs to change. The Road 2009 The Man gets his gun and puts it to his sons head and gets ready to shoot him to protect him from the cannibals downstairs. The Road 2009 As the woman makes her way upstairs, the naked people in the cellar break the door open and a large commotion breaks out. The Road 2009 In the commotion, the Man and his son run out and quickly hide while the people in the home try to find them. The Road 2009 They stay for a while and in the middle of the night they leave.

As they are walking, they find the neighborhood where the Man grew up and his old home. The Road 2009 He walks through the home remembering the things of his past. The Road 2009 The son wants to wait outside. The Road 2009 While he is sitting on the porch, the son sees a boy in a room across the street. The Road 2009 He runs to see them and starts chasing a boy about his age. The Road 2009 The Man then comes running after him and will not let him go any further. The Road 2009 The Man says he imagined the boy and they leave.

They come across another home on the road. The Road 2009 They go through the home and see a man who died in his bed. The Road 2009 They take a blanket and walk about. The Road 2009 In the yard of this home is a pile of rubble. The Road 2009 They look through the rubble and find a steel hatch which the Man pries open. The Road 2009 They go into the hatch, which turns out, to be a bomb shelter stocked full of food. The Road 2009 They eat; get a shave, the shower and make home in the new shelter. The Road 2009 After 2 nights in the shelter, the Man wakes up coughing up some blood. The Road 2009 They hear something from above the shelter and they both say it is a dog. The Road 2009 The Man says they must leave because with a dog is people. The Road 2009 They stock up food in a pull cart and head out the next morning.

As they are walking, they see an old man (Robert Duvall) walking. The Road 2009 They approach him very carefully and see that he is no threat. The Road 2009 The boy wants to bring him along and the Man says no, but he allows the old man to eat dinner with them. The Road 2009 As they eat and talk, the old man says that he thought the boy was an angel and he never thought he would see a child again. The Road 2009 They continue to talk and then go to sleep. The Road 2009 The next day the Man and the son are on their way alone again.

While the Man and the son continue, they go into the woods and leave the cart because they see a series of wooden huts. The Road 2009 As they walk closer, the Man sees a row of sticks in the ground with human skulls on them surrounded by piles of skulls on the ground. The Road 2009 They turn to go away and they see a fresh pile of blood soaked snow and they both get scared. The Road 2009 As they turn to run away, they see a woman and a child running as fast as they can from the woods across from them. The Road 2009 Behind the woman is a group of cannibals chasing the woman and child. The Road 2009 The Man and the son run into the opposite woods and in the background, we hear the woman and child get killed. The Road 2009 The Man and the son run through the dead trees, when all of a sudden the trees around them start to fall down in a small earthquake. The Road 2009 Multiple trees almost hit them and they take cover and hide for a minute and regroup. The Road 2009 They check to see if it is clear and they escape to the road again.

The next day after they Man and son wake up from camp, we see the Man is growing sicker. The Road 2009 They talk about how they are close to the ocean. The Road 2009 The son asks if the ocean is blue and the man says, It used to be. The Road 2009 They walk up a large sand dune and look at the brown ocean and beach, which is scattered with garbage and debris. The Road 2009 They walk to the water and look at a crashed boat about 200 yards into the surf. The Road 2009 The Man notices that the son is getting sick. The Road 2009 They make a small tent and the Man says he is going to the boat to see if there is anything useful there, takes off his clothes and swims out to the boat. The Road 2009 The son falls asleep. The Road 2009 While the son is sleeping, we see a stranger with a knife walk up to the sleeping boy in the tent. The Road 2009 The next shot is of the Man swimming back to shore with a flare gun from the boat. The Road 2009 He puts on his clothes and goes running to his son. The Road 2009 They have been totally robbed, but the son is not harmed. The Road 2009 The thief took everything including the Mans shoes. The Road 2009 They start walking to try to catch the thief and get their belongings back.

As the Man carries his son, they see the thief with their cart in the distance. The Road 2009 The Man takes the pistol and runs after the thief. The Road 2009 He stops the thief who is holding only a knife. The Road 2009 The Man instructs the thief to put the knife down. The Road 2009 He does. The Road 2009 The Man then tells him to take off all of this clothing and to put it in the cart. The Road 2009 The thief is terrified and does everything he asks. The Road 2009 The man puts his shoes back on and leaves the thief naked in the road. The Road 2009 The son begs to leave him some clothing and the man says no. The Road 2009 They go back to the beach where the son convinces the Man to leave the thief his clothing. The Road 2009 They go back and try to find the thief who is nowhere to be seen. The Road 2009 They leave him his clothing and a can of food in the road. The Road 2009 The Man and his son continue walking.

They start walking through a street lined with homes. The Road 2009 It is quiet and they find a tin with a live bug inside. The Road 2009 While it flies away, they both stare at it in amazement. The Road 2009 Right then the Man gets shot in the leg with an arrow. The Road 2009 They jump to take cover and the Man shoots another stranger in a window with the flare gun. The Road 2009 We hear screaming from the room and the wounded Man goes running to see who is inside. The Road 2009 He gets in the room where he sees a woman who is sitting over the stranger who shot him. The Road 2009 The stranger has just been shot and killed by the flare gun. The Road 2009 This stranger is dead and the woman is weeping. The Road 2009 The Man leaves the woman and gets his son and belongings. The Road 2009 They go get shelter and the Man takes the arrow out of his leg and uses a stapler to close the wound in his leg.

The Man and his son go walking back to the ocean and the man stops. The Road 2009 He says he cannot pull the cart anymore due to his leg. The Road 2009 They take a bag full of the food and they head to a sandy spot of the beach. The Road 2009 The Man who is wounded and very sick lies down and they make a camp there. The Road 2009 They fall asleep. The Road 2009 While they are sleeping, the Man has a dream of his wife and his old life. The Road 2009 The sun is shining, they make love and we see what life was like prior to the world ending. The Road 2009 He wakes up to his son who is talking to him. The Road 2009 The Man knows he is going to die soon, and he tells his son to continue on south. The Road 2009 He says to remember things that he has taught him and to keep going like they have been. The Road 2009 The son says he wants to die with the Man, and the Man says he cannot do it. The Road 2009 He says that his whole heart is in his son and he has to go on. The Road 2009 He then falls asleep and dies.

The son wakes up the next morning and sees that the Man has died. The Road 2009 He cries and lays next to him for an entire day and night.

The following morning, the son wakes up. The Road 2009 Looks at the Man, reaches into his jacket and takes his binoculars. The Road 2009 He then covers the Man with a blanket, puts the pistol with 1 round left into his belt and he walk to the shoreline. The Road 2009 In the distance, we see a stranger (Guy Pierce) walking toward the son. The Road 2009 The son points the gun at him and is very scared. The Road 2009 The stranger has a rifle but he is not aiming it at the son. The Road 2009 The son asks him if he is a cannibal and the stranger says no. The Road 2009 The son lowers the gun and the stranger kneels to talk to the son. The Road 2009 The stranger asks the son who the man on the beach is and the son explains that it was his father. The Road 2009 The stranger tells the son you have 2 choices. The Road 2009 You can come with us or you can stay here. The Road 2009 If you decide to stay, you should stay off the road. The Road 2009 The son asks if he has any children. The Road 2009 The stranger says that "they have a boy with him and a girl". The Road 2009 The son asks the stranger if he is a good guy and if he is carrying the fire inside. The Road 2009 The stranger says that he is a good guy and says that the boy is a little freaked out. The Road 2009 The boy asks how he can trust the stranger and the stranger says, you cant, you just have to trust me. The Road 2009 The son then walks to his dead father and says I will do everything you taught me to do. The Road 2009 He kissed him and covers him back up. The Road 2009 As the son walks to the stranger, we see that he is with a woman (Molly Parker) and 2 children. The Road 2009 The woman touches the son’s face and says, we have been following you and your father for a long time. The Road 2009 The boy sees that they also have a dog. The Road 2009 She then continues to say, You have nothing to worry about anymore. The Road 2009 We are with you now. The Road 2009 We are together. The Road 2009 As she touches his face, a tear rolls down her cheek and the screen goes black.

 

FullCast & Crew


Produced By: The Road (2009) Film Streaming Online HD

  • Marc Butan known as executive producer
  • Mark Cuban known as executive producer
  • Erik Hodge known as co-producer
  • Paula Mae Schwartz known as producer
  • Steve Schwartz known as producer
  • Rudd Simmons known as executive producer
  • Mike Upton known as co-producer
  • Todd Wagner known as executive producer
  • Nick Wechsler known as producer

The Road (2009) Film Free HD FullCast & Crew:

  • Viggo Mortensen known as Man
  • Kodi Smit-McPhee known as Boy
  • Robert Duvall known as Old Man
  • Guy Pearce known as Veteran
  • Molly Parker known as Motherly Woman
  • Michael K. The Road 2009 Williams known as Thief (as Michael Kenneth Williams)
  • Garret Dillahunt known as Gang Member
  • Charlize Theron known as Woman
  • Bob Jennings known as Bearded Man
  • Agnes Herrmann known as Archer's Woman
  • Buddy Sosthand known as Archer
  • Kirk Brown known as Bearded Face
  • Jack Erdie known as Bearded Man #2
  • David August Lindauer known as Man On Mattress
  • Gina Preciado known as Well Fed Woman
  • Mary Rawson known as Well Fed Woman #2
  • Jeremy Ambler known as Man In Cellar #1 (uncredited)
  • Aaron Bernard known as Militant (uncredited)
  • Kacey Byrne-Houser known as Woman In Cellar (uncredited)
  • Jarrod DiGiorgi known as Well Fed Man (uncredited)
  • Paul Hodge known as Militant (uncredited)
  • Chaz Moneypenny known as Man In Cellar #2 (uncredited)
  • Nick Pasqual known as Militant (uncredited)
  • Paul J. The Road 2009 Rosenburg known as Cannibal (uncredited)
  • Brenna Roth known as Road Gang Member (uncredited)
  • Mark Tierno known as Baby Eater (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

Makeup Department: The Road (2009)
  • Enzo Angileri known as hair stylist: Ms.Theron
  • Mandi Crane known as third assistant makeup artist (as Mandi Ann Crane)
  • Rocky Faulkner known as second assistant makeup artist
  • Toni G known as makeup department head
  • Kevin Haney known as prosthetic leg
  • Nancy Keslar known as additional hair stylist
  • Deborah Rutherford known as additional makeup artist (as Deborah Patino)
  • Yoichi Art Sakamoto known as prosthetic teeth (as Art Sakamoto)
  • Jennifer Santiago known as key hair stylist
  • Geordie Sheffer known as hair department head
  • Justin Stafford known as additional makeup artist: beard, additional photography
  • Rachel Geary known as additional makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Cristina Patterson Ceret known as contact lens painter (uncredited)
  • Sherri Simmons known as makeup artist (uncredited)

The Road (2009) Art Department:

  • Scott Alplanalp known as carpenter: Oregon
  • Colin Baxter known as scenic artist: Pennsylvania
  • Jesse Best known as art department production assistant
  • Philip Blackburn known as set dresser: Oregon (as Phil Blackburn)
  • Patcharee Blanchard known as set dresser: Louisiana
  • Paul Blanchard known as leadperson: Louisiana
  • Vincent Borrelli known as scenic artist: Pennsylvania (as Vince Borelli)
  • Emilie Bosworth-Clemens known as utility (as Emile Bosworth-Clemens)
  • Dan Bothe known as carpenter: Pennsylvania
  • Ryan Bradich known as tree service: Oregon, Keelen Bros. The Road 2009 Tree Service
  • Kevin C. The Road 2009 Brady known as leadperson: Pennsylvania (as K.C. The Road 2009 Brady)
  • William R. The Road 2009 Bricker known as swing boss (as William Bricker)
  • Edgar Um Bucholtz known as scenic artist: Pennsylvania (as Edgar Bucholtz)
  • Robert Buncher known as construction gangboss
  • Daragh Byrne known as carpenter: Pennsylvania
  • John C. The Road 2009 Cameron known as first assistant property master (as John Cameron)
  • John C. The Road 2009 Cameron known as property master: additional photography (as John Cameron)
  • Michael Campise known as greens: Pennsylvania
  • Charles A. The Road 2009 Carlsen known as key greens: Oregon
  • Christopher Carlsen known as greens: additional photography (as Chris Carlsen)
  • Julie Chill known as scenic artist: Pennsylvania
  • Joe Coward known as greens: Pennsylvania
  • Michael Crockett known as greens: Oregon
  • Darien N. The Road 2009 D'Alfonso known as second charge scenic (as Darien D'Alfanso)
  • Jolene Dames known as on set painter
  • Gina Favano known as greens: Pennsylvania
  • Alan Feffer known as construction stand-by: Oregon
  • Alan Feffer known as shop foreman: Oregon
  • Pete Frantz known as carpenter: Oregon (as Peter A. The Road 2009 Frantz)
  • Tony Gilch known as tree service: Oregon, Keelen Bros. The Road 2009 Tree Service
  • Jon Graubarth known as set dresser: Louisiana
  • Robert Greenfield III known as on-set dresser
  • Whitney Guerra Jr. The Road 2009 known as set dresser: Louisiana
  • Jim Heastings known as carpenter: Pennsylvania (as Jim R. The Road 2009 Heastings)
  • Joshua Hogan known as scenic artist: Pennsylvania
  • John W. The Road 2009 Iwanonkiw known as additional set dresser
  • Ella Jackson known as set dresser: Louisiana
  • Brandon Jenkis known as greens: Oregon
  • Adam Johnson known as set dresser: Oregon
  • Norm Johnson known as carpenter: Pennsylvania
  • Gregory Jones known as key greens: Pennsylvania
  • Joel F. The Road 2009 Keefer known as tree service: Oregon, Keelen Bros. The Road 2009 Tree Service
  • Wyllie F. The Road 2009 Keefer known as tree service: Oregon, Keelen Bros. The Road 2009 Tree Service
  • Brett Kennedy known as additional set dresser
  • Sean Kennedy known as buyer: additional photography
  • Bradley Jay Kiddle known as greens: Oregon
  • Janet Kusnick known as storyboard artist
  • Jennifer Lagura known as set dresser: Oregon
  • Amy K. The Road 2009 Lamb known as art department coordinator (as Amy Lamb)
  • Ellen Lepinski known as scenic artist: Oregon
  • Merissa Lombardo known as buyer: Pennsylvania
  • Ray Lovasz known as carpenter: Oregon (as Raymond Lovasz)
  • Lauri Mancuso known as charge scenic
  • Joseph A. The Road 2009 Manni known as carpenter: Pennsylvania
  • Hugh Marchant known as concept artist
  • Daniel McGuinness known as carpenter: Pennsylvania (as Daniel J. The Road 2009 McGuinness)
  • Michael J. The Road 2009 McKee known as carpenter: Pennsylvania (as Michael McKee)
  • Bekka Melino known as buyer: Oregon
  • Charles Miller known as construction coordinator: Oregon (as Charles E. The Road 2009 Miller)
  • Mary O'Brien known as scenic artist: Pennsylvania (as Mary M. The Road 2009 O'Brien)
  • Edward Wayne Parrish Jr. The Road 2009 known as scenic artist: Pennsylvania
  • Mark D. The Road 2009 Pasquale known as swing set dresser
  • Brent Peelor known as shop foreman: Pennsylvania
  • Dale A. The Road 2009 Perkins known as greens: Oregon
  • Brandon A. The Road 2009 Plonka known as second greens (as Brandon Plonka)
  • Alexei Plotnicov known as scenic artist: Pennsylvania
  • Jason A. The Road 2009 Pollock known as set dresser
  • Renee Prince known as scenic artist: Oregon
  • Donald Lee Rager known as additional set dresser (as Donald Rager)
  • Victoria Ruskin known as set designer
  • Luis Russo known as storyboard artist
  • Joe Rynearson known as set dresser: Oregon
  • Robert J. The Road 2009 Shafer known as greens: Oregon
  • Jairus Smith known as greens: Oregon
  • Scott G. The Road 2009 Smith known as carpenter: Pennsylvania
  • Christopher St. The Road 2009 Pierre known as scenic artist: Pennsylvania
  • Shawn Tambellini known as laborer/utility
  • Bob Taylor known as tree service: Oregon, Keelen Bros. The Road 2009 Tree Service
  • David Lee Toth known as set dresser: Oregon
  • Chandler Vinar known as leadperson: Oregon
  • Keith Walters known as property master
  • Lance R. The Road 2009 Walters known as carpenter: Pennsylvania
  • Joseph Waterkotte known as construction coordinator: Pennsylvania
  • Harold 'Willy' Wilson known as greens: Oregon (as Willie Wilson)
  • Mark Zang known as carpenter: Pennsylvania
  • Timothy Barnhill known as on-set dresser: additional crew (uncredited)
  • Paula Collins known as leadman: Pennsylvania (uncredited)
  • David Hall known as art department assistant (uncredited)
  • Lara Lampenfield known as painter (uncredited)
  • Maria F. The Road 2009 Leon known as additional art department assistant (uncredited)
  • Clarissa Shanahan known as property master: element shoot (uncredited)
  • Tony Trov known as assistant property master: element shoot (uncredited)
  • Leo Welsh known as set dresser (uncredited)

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Company

The Road (2009) Film Free HD Production Companies:

  • Dimension Films (presents)
  • 2929 Productions (presents)
  • Nick Wechsler Productions (as Nick Wechsler)
  • Chockstone Pictures

The Road (2009) Film Streaming Online HD Other Companies:

  • Air Lyndhurst Studios  music mixed at (as Air Studios)
  • Air Lyndhurst Studios  music recorded at (as Air Studios)
  • Allied Integrated Marketing  poster design (uncredited)
  • Ant Farm, The  poster design (uncredited)
  • Camera Service Center  camera cranes & dollies
  • Carnival Studio  poster design: Australia (uncredited)
  • Catering By Caprice  catering: additional photography
  • Catering By Caprice  craft service: additional photography
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes & dollies
  • Coast to Coast Catering  catering: Pennsylvania and Louisiana (as Coast to Coast)
  • Company 3 NY  video dailies
  • Company 3  special thanks
  • David Haddad  transportation equipment
  • EFilm  digital intermediate
  • Entertainment Clearances  rights and clearances
  • Entertainment Partners  payroll company
  • FilmWest Productions  production services
  • Footsteps Post-Production Sound Inc.  foley recording facility
  • Framepool  stock footage provided by
  • Gallagher Entertainment  insurance
  • Getty Images  stock footage provided by
  • Haddad's  transportation equipment
  • Hula Post  Avids
  • Ichabod Crane  cranes
  • Indika Entertainment Advertising  poster design (uncredited)
  • International Film Guarantors  film guarantor
  • Keelem Bros. The Road 2009 Tree Service  tree service
  • Killer Grip  grip equipment (as Killer Grips)
  • Lightnin' Production Rentals  production van
  • Lightspeed Grip & Lighting  lighting and grip equipment
  • London Session Orchestra, The  orchestra (uncredited)
  • MacGillivray Freeman Films  stock footage provided by
  • Mute Records  soundtrack
  • Nancy Mosser Casting  casting and extras casting
  • Otto Nemenz International  cameras
  • Pacific Grip and Lighting  camera cranes & dollies (as Pacific Grip & Lighting)
  • Pacific Grip and Lighting  lighting and grip equipment (as Pacific Grip & Lighting)
  • Pacific Title  titles
  • Paws for Effect  animals provided by
  • Premiere Catering  catering: Oregon
  • Rockbottom Rentals  cell phone rentals
  • Rockbottom Rentals  junxion box rentals
  • Rockbottom Rentals  modem card rentals
  • Rockbottom Rentals  walkie rentals
  • Rutabaga Background Casting  extras casting: Oregon
  • S & R Event Rental  misc. The Road 2009 supplies (uncredited)
  • South Pacific County Technical Rescue  medic/emt
  • TM Motion Picture Equipment  camera cranes & dollies (as TM Motion Picture Equipment Rental)
  • Talented Animals  animals: additional photography
  • The Entertainment Agency (TEA)  poster design: UK (uncredited)
  • Thought Equity  stock footage provided by (as Thought Equity Motion)
  • Warrenton Firefighters Associations  frie safety advisors
  • Wildfire Studios  adr recording facility
  • Wildfire Studios  editorial facilities
  • Wildfire Studios  sound post-production (as Wildfire Post Production)
  • Wildfire Studios  sound re-recording

The Road (2009) Distributors:

  • Benelux Film Distributors (2010) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Benelux Film Distributors (2010) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Broadmedia Studios (2010) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Cathay-Keris Films (2010) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Cinestar (2010) (Philippines) (theatrical)
  • Dimension Films (2009) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Distribution Company (2010) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Icon Film Distribution (2010) (Australia) (theatrical)
  • Icon Film Distribution (2010) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Scanbox Entertainment (2009) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • Scanbox Entertainment (2010) (Sweden) (theatrical)
  • Senator Film (2010) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Stadtkino Verleih (2010) (Austria) (theatrical)
  • Videa (2010) (Italy) (theatrical) (as Videa-CDE S.p.A.)
  • Zon Lusomundo Audiovisuais (2009) (Portugal) (theatrical)
  • Alliance Films (2009) (Canada) (all media)
  • Ascot Elite Entertainment Group (2009) (Switzerland) (all media)
  • CatchPlay (2009) (Taiwan) (all media)
  • Dutch FilmWorks (DFW) (2010) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Dutch FilmWorks (DFW) (2010) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Dutch FilmWorks (DFW) (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray) (Prestige Collection)
  • Dutch FilmWorks (DFW) (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Prestige Collection)
  • Film1 (2011) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • Happinet (2010) (Japan) (DVD)
  • IPA Asia Pacific (2009) (Thailand) (all media)
  • Metropolitan Filmexport (2009) (France) (all media)
  • Noori Pictures (2009) (South Korea) (all media)
  • Odeon (2010) (Greece) (all media)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment Finland (2010) (Finland) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2010) (Sweden) (DVD)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2010) (Sweden) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Paris Filmes (2010) (Brazil) (all media)
  • Pinema (2009) (Turkey) (all media) (distributor)
  • Plus Video (2010) (Argentina) (DVD)
  • Prorom Media-Trade (2009) (Romania) (all media)
  • Senator Home Entertainment (2011) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2010) (USA) (DVD)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2010) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Video Vision Entertainment (2009) (South Africa) (all media)
  • Weinstein Company, The
  • Wide Pictures (2009) (Spain) (all media)

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Other Stuff

The Road (2009) Film Streaming Online HD Special Effects:

  • DIVE (digital visual effects)
  • Crazy Horse Effects (visual effects)
  • Space Monkey (visual effects)
  • Eden FX (visual effects)
  • Brainstorm Digital (visual effects)
  • Invisible Pictures (additional visual effects)
  • Goraj Studios (additional visual effects)
  • No Joke FX (additional visual effects)

The Road (2009) Film Free HD Visual Effects by:

  • Glenn Allen known as visual effects supervisor: Brainstorm Digital
  • Bryan Baker known as visual effects editor: DIVE
  • Justin Ball known as senior systems engineer: Brainstorm Digital
  • Guy Barresi known as visual effects facilities manager: Brainstorm Digital (as Guy Barressi)
  • Tim Bowman known as compositor: DIVE
  • Kyle Boylen known as compositing artist: Invisible Pictures
  • Phil Bradshaw known as additional visual effects
  • John G. The Road 2009 Chalfant known as lead 3D artist: Crazy Horse Effects
  • Leslie Chung known as roto artist
  • Patrick Clancey known as digital opticals: EFilm
  • R. The Road 2009 Kevin Clarke known as digital artist: Brainstorm Digital
  • Dylan Cole known as matte painter: Crazy Horse Effects
  • Matthew Collorafice known as lead compositor: Crazy Horse Effects (as Matt Colloraffice)
  • Matthew Conner known as matte artist: Brainstorm Digital
  • Jeffrey Cox known as additional visual effects (as Jeff Cox)
  • Keith Croket known as visual effects editor
  • Andrea D'Amico known as visual effects producer: Eden FX
  • Eileen Dare known as 2D coordinator: DIVE
  • Ted Devlin known as rotoscoper
  • Othmar Dickbauer known as additional visual effects
  • Steve Dinozzi known as paint and roto artist: DIVE
  • Joseph DiValerio known as digital effects supervisor: Space Monkey (as Joe DiValerio)
  • Chris Evans known as matte painter: Crazy Horse Effects
  • Kevin Fanning known as digital effects artist: DIVE
  • Jeremy Fernsler known as digital effects artist: DIVE
  • Brian Flora known as matte painter: Crazy Horse Effects
  • Luke Forker known as additional visual effects
  • Mark O. The Road 2009 Forker known as visual effects supervisor
  • Kurt Frey known as compositor: Crazy Horse Effects
  • Richard Friedlander known as visual effects producer: Brainstorm Digital
  • Cathy Gochnour known as compositor: Brainstorm Digital
  • John Goraj Jr. The Road 2009 known as additional visual effects (as John Goraj)
  • Christina Graff known as visual effects producer: Crazy Horse Effects
  • Paul Graff known as visual effects supervisor: Crazy Horse Effects
  • Sarah Brooke Grossmann known as lead compositor: Crazy Horse Effects (as Sarah Grossmann)
  • Noel Hooper known as visual effects supervisor: Invisible Pictures
  • Nick Jushchyshyn known as integration specialist: DIVE
  • John Karner known as digital artist: Eden FX
  • Lily Kerrigan known as visual effects coordinator: Crazy Horse Effects
  • Ryan Leonard known as compositor: DIVE
  • Brice Liesveld known as visual effects coordinator: Brainstorm Digital
  • Samantha Mabie-Tuinstra known as digital effects producer: Eden FX
  • Adica Manis known as visual effects coordinator: DIVE
  • Haydn Masuda known as digital artist: Invisible Pictures
  • Ed Mendez known as compositing supervisor: DIVE
  • Steven Messing known as matte painter: Crazy Horse Effects
  • Phillip Moses known as visual effects producer: DIVE
  • Anton Moss known as compositor: DIVE
  • Craig Needelman known as additional visual effects
  • Toby Newell known as digital artist: Eden FX
  • Mark Norman known as additional visual effects
  • James Pastorius known as lead compositor: Brainstorm Digital
  • Fred Pienkos known as digital effects supervisor: Eden FX
  • Jason Pinardo known as associate producer
  • Aaron Pozzer known as lead 3D artist: Invisible Pictures
  • Robert Pyle known as visual effects facilities engineer: DIVE
  • Chris Rauch known as dustbuster
  • Christopher Riemann known as compositor: Space Monkey
  • Brian Sales known as compositor: Crazy Horse Effects
  • Leon Sanginiti known as additional visual effects
  • Crystle Schrecengost known as paint and roto artist: DIVE
  • Clarissa Shanahan known as additional visual effects
  • Robert Stromberg known as visual effects design consultant: Crazy Horse Effects
  • Jack Swern known as additional visual effects
  • Takashi Takeoka known as compositor: Crazy Horse Effects
  • Christa Tazzeo known as visual effects producer (invisible )
  • Lazar Trenchev known as roto artist
  • John-Michael Trojan known as visual effects facilities manager: DIVE
  • Tony Trov known as additional visual effects (as Tony Trovarello)
  • Mark Wawrzenski known as visual effects editor: DIVE
  • Chris 'Pinkus' Wesselman known as compositor: Brainstorm Digital (as Chris Wesselman)
  • Justine Whitehead known as digital artist: Crazy Horse Effects
  • Andy Williams known as visual effects executive producer: DIVE
  • Neil Williamson known as visual effects executive producer: Invisible Pictures
  • Matt Wolford known as visual effects facilities support: DIVE
  • Jun Zhang known as compositor: Brainstorm Digital
  • Shannan Burkley known as matte painter (uncredited)
  • Dan Cayer known as compositing supervisor: The Layersmith Digital (uncredited)
  • Sean Dunckley known as dailies colorist (uncredited)
  • Thomas Kuo known as DI scanner (uncredited)
  • Goran Petrushevski known as rotoscope artist (uncredited)
  • Eric J. The Road 2009 Robertson known as visual effects consultant (uncredited)
  • Joe Sambora known as production assistant (uncredited)
  • David Santoyo known as digital i/o (uncredited)

Watch Full Film The Road (2009) Free Copyright Holder:

MPAA: Rated R for some violence, disturbing images and language

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