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Heist  (2001)
Director: David Mamet
Morgan Creek Productions // 9 November 2001 (U.S.)

Writing Credits      
David Mamet (screenplay)  

Executive Producer
Don Carmody
James A. Holt
Tracee Stanley

Art Linson, Ellie Samaha, Andrew Stevens

Starring Gene Hackman, Danny DeVito, Delroy Lindo, Sam Rockwell, Rebecca Pidgeon, Ricky Jay, Patti LuPone 

Co-Producers Cas Donovan, Scott Ferguson
Line Producer Josette Perrotta
Cinematography by Robert Elswit
Film Editing by Barbara Tulliver
Casting By Avy Kaufman
Production Design David Wasco
Art Direction by Jean Pierre Lavoie, Nicolas Lepage
Set Decoration Anne Galéa, Daniel Hamelin, F. Sénécal
Costume Design by Renée April

 Music Composed by Theodore Shapiro
Conducted by Adam Stern
Orchestrated by Theodore Shapiro, Sonny Kompanek, Dan Coleman
Recorded and Mixed by John Kurlander, Lee Mars
Music Editor Patrick Mullins, Missy Cohen
Music Contractor Simon James
Music Preparation Jonathan Newman
Music Copyist Robert Puff
Music Produced by Theodore Shapiro
Executive in Charge of Music Debra Baum


David Mamet takes this story of thieves along many twists and turns, some of which work and some of which don't. Gene Hackman plays the brilliant leader of a gang (Delroy Lindo, Ricky Jay & Rebecca Pigeon as Hackman's youngish wife), which pulls off complex heists for a despicable fence (Danny DeVito). After stiffing the gang on a jewelry robbery, DeVito forces the gang to go after a Swiss gold shipment and to use his nephew (Sam Rockwell) in the crime. No one trusts anyone and every step is shaded with the unexpected.




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