Dark Water (live-action movie 2005)

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[ remake of Dark Water (live-action movie 2002) ]

Alternative title:
Agua turbia (Spanish)
Águas Passadas (Portuguese)
Dunkle Wasser (German)
Eau trouble (French)
Themes: ghosts, parenting
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: Dahlia Williams is starting a new life; newly separated with a new job and a new apartment, she's determined to put her relationship with her estranged husband behind her and devote herself to raising her daughter, Ceci. But when the strained separation disintegrates into a bitter custody battle, her situation takes a turn for the worse. Her new apartment--dilapidated, cramped, and worn--seems to take on a life of its own. Mysterious noises, persistent leaks of dark water, and strange happenings cause her imagination to run wild, sending her on a puzzling and mystifying pursuit to find out who is behind the endless mind games. As Dahlia frantically searches for the links between the riddles, the dark water seems to close around her. But one thing trumps all others in Dahlia's world: no matter what it is that's out there, she'll stop at nothing to find it.
Running time: 105 minutes
Production cost: ¥3,000,000,000
Vintage: 2005-06-27
Premiere date:
2005-06-27 (USA - New York)
2005-07-08 (USA - General Release)
2005-07-21 (Israel)
2005-07-22 (UK/Iceland/Turkey)
2005-07-28 (Argentina/Portugal)
2005-07-29 (Finland/Latvia)
2005-08-10 (Bahrain)
2005-08-12 (Brazil/Estonia/Sweden)
2005-08-19 (Mexico/Poland)
2005-08-26 (Denmark/Norway/Panama/Spain)
2005-08-31 (Belgium/France)
2005-08-31 (Switzerland - French Region)
2005-09-08 (Hong Kong)
2005-09-09 (South Africa)
2005-09-15 (Hungary/Peru)
2005-09-18 (Greece - Athens Film Festival)
2005-09-21 (Philippines)
2005-09-22 (Austria/Czech Republic/Germany)
2005-09-22 (Switzerland - German Region)
2005-09-29 (Greece/Singapore)
2005-10-07 (Bulgaria/Italy)
2005-10-13 (Russia)
2005-10-20 (Australia)
2005-10-21 (Switzerland - Italian Region)
2005-11-10 (Netherlands)
2005-11-12 (Japan)
2005-12-09 (Bermuda)
2005-12-21 (Egypt)
2005-12-30 (Romania)
2006-02-26 (Thailand, Bangkok International Film Festival)
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Japanese staff
Japanese companies
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Distributor: Toho-Towa
Japanese cast
(none)
English cast
English staff
Director: Walter Salles
Screenplay: Rafael Yglesias
Original Novel: Koji Suzuki
Director of Photography: Alfonso Beato
Executive producer: Ashley Kramer
Co-Producer: Diana Pokorny
Costume Design: Michael Wilkinson
Editing: Daniel Rezende
Production Design: Therese Deprez
Ariel Gade as Ceci Williams
Jennifer Connelly as Dahlia Williams

Camryn Manheim as Teacher
Dougray Scott as Kyle
John C. Reilly as Mr. Murray
Perla Haney-Jardine as Natasha
Tim Roth as Jeff Platzer

Alison Sealy-Smith as Supervisor
Bill Buell as Mediator
Craig muMs Grant as Platzer's Backseat Client
Debra Monk as Young Dahlia's Teacher
Diego Fuentes as Night Doorman
Elina Löwensohn as Dahlia's Mother
Ismael Peter Casilla III as School Student(uncredited)
J.R. Horne as Man in Train
Jane Aronds as School Girl(uncredited)
Jennifer Baxter as Mary
Kate Hewlett as Teacher's Aide
Linda Emond as Mediator
Marshall Factora as Mr. Bernstein(uncredited)
Matthew Lemche as Steve
Perla Haney-Jardine as Dahlia(young)
Simon Reynolds as Man in Elevator
Warren Belle as UPS Man
Zoe Heath as Natasha's Mother
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