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Winged Creatures (film)

For the 1991 Croatian film, see Fragments: Chronicle of a Vanishing.
Winged Creatures
File:Winged creatures ver2.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Rowan Woods
Produced by Robert Salerno
Written by Roy Freirich
Based on Winged Creatures 
by Roy Freirich
Starring Kate Beckinsale
Dakota Fanning
Guy Pearce
Forest Whitaker
Jennifer Hudson
Jackie Earle Haley
Josh Hutcherson
Music by Marcelo Zarvos
Cinematography Eric Alan Edwards
Editing by Meg Reticker
Studio Peace Arch Entertainment
Distributed by Icon Entertainment
Release date(s)Template:Plainlist
Running time 100 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $ 39,171 (Foreign)[1]

Winged Creatures (released as Fragments in DVDs) is a 2008 crime film directed by Rowan Woods. It is an adaptation of Roy Freirich's novel Winged Creatures.[2] The film stars Kate Beckinsale, Dakota Fanning, Josh Hutcherson, Guy Pearce, Forest Whitaker, Jennifer Hudson, Jackie Earle Haley, Jeanne Tripplehorn and Embeth Davidtz. It was released on DVD by Peace Arch Entertainment in the United States on August 4, 2009, as Fragments.[3]


While in a restaurant, Carla Davenport, the restaurant cashier; Charlie Archenault, a driving-school teacher; Bruce Laraby, an emergency room physician; Annie Hagen, her father, and her best friend, Jimmy Jasperson suddenly hear gun shots. Annie, her father, and Jimmy retreat under a table as a suicidal gunman shoots several people (including Annie's father) and then himself. The film shows the aftermath as these five traumatized people struggle to regain their trust in the ordinary world.[4]



It received mixed, but mostly negative reviews from critics.


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