Living with the Enemy (film)
|Living with the Enemy|
|Directed by||Philippe Gagnon|
|Produced by||Jean Bureau|
|Written by||Alexandra Komisaruk|
|Music by||Vincent Rehel|
|Edited by||Carrina Baccanale|
|Distributed by||Incendo Films|
|7 November 2005 (USA)|
Living with the Enemy is a 2005 film directed by Philippe Gagnon; starring Sarah Lancaster and Mark Humphrey, whom play the roles of a young woman named Allison Conner, and a handsome software billionaire named Phillip Lauder. The couple meet while attending a technology conference with Allison's boss. The couple quickly develop a romantic relationship, Phillip then proposes, and they are soon to be married. Later on, Allison develops speculations toward the death of Phillip's first wife, Monique. Therefore, Allison begins investigating since she believes that she has been misled about Monique's death.
- Sarah Lancaster as Allison Conner Lauder
- Mark Humphrey as Phillip Lauder
- David McIlwraith as Houston Edwards
- Maxim Roy as Bev Wallach
- Angela Galuppo as Christina Campbell
- Andrew Johnston as Roger Kern
- Susan Glover as Tonya
- David Gow as Dorn
- Max Kubiak as Carl Branch
- Morgan Kelly as Rudy
- Leni Parker as Cheryl Cummings
- Brian D. Wright as Stuart Wilson
The movie "Living with the Enemy" has a 5.4/10 on IMDb and Google users have rated it at 92%.
There are two composers, Vincent Rehel and Martin Roy who are responsible for the music production in "Living with the Enemy."
Companies responsible for the production of "Living with the Enemy" are Focus Features, Rogue, and JB Production. The initial release date of the film is November 7, 2005. The film was produced by Josee Mauffette, and the screenplay was written by Alexandra Komisaruk. "Living with the Enemy" was filmed in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and is evidently originally a Canadian film. "Living with the Enemy" has a duration time of eighty nine minutes, and was originally produced and written in English.
The specified genre of "Living with the Enemy" is action, adventure, and thriller.
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