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Living with the Dead (film)

 

Living with the Dead (film)

Living with the Dead
Distributed by Columbia Broadcasting System
MTI Home Video
Sonar Entertainment
Directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal
Produced by Scott W. Anderson
Richard J. Anobile
Stanley M. Brooks
Preston Fischer
Greg Gugliotta
Stephen Gyllenhaal
Shanna Nussbaum
John Pielmeier
James Van Praagh
Written by John Pielmeier
Based on Talking to Heaven 
by James Van Praagh
Starring Ted Danson
Mary Steenburgen
Diane Ladd
Michael Moriarty
Music by Normand Corbeil
Cinematography Jeff Jur
Editing by Neil Mandelberg
Production company Nitelite Entertainment
Columbia Broadcasting System
Gaslight Pictures
Once Upon a Time Films
Country United States
Language English
Release date
  • April 28, 2002 (2002-04-28)
(Part 1)
  • April 30, 2002 (2002-04-30)
(Part 2)

Living with the Dead (released in Europe as Talking to Heaven) is a 2002 supernatural crime drama directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal and starring Ted Danson, Diane Ladd, Queen Latifah, Mary Steenburgen and Jack Palance. It was inspired by the life of medium James Van Praagh. The film first aired in the U.S. on CBS-TV. It was later rated PG-13.[1]

In the U.S., the movie was released as Living with the Dead; the working title was Talking to Heaven, and this was also the release title in Europe.

Plot

Seven dead boys are trying to communicate through James (Ted Danson), to tell their story of how they died, and how their murderer is still out there. James agrees to work alongside the detective investigating the murders, and discovers who murdered the seven boys.[2]

Production

The movie was filmed in Vancouver, Canada.[3]

External links

References

  1. ^ `Living With the Dead' brings Danson to life, Allan Johnson, Chicago Tribune, April 26, 2002; accessed February 17, 2013
  2. ^ Messages From Beyond, Susan King, Los Angeles Times, April 28, 2002; accessed February 17, 2013
  3. ^ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0289652/locations?ref_=ttco_sa_5


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