Broken Glass (2013) Movie

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(Hollywood) USA

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Production Company
DragonCove Studios [us]

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Release Date
(USA) - 17 January 2013

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broken, feature-film, glass,

Technical Support
RAT:2.35 : 1

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Full Cast

  1. Allen, Jess as [Eddie Rierson] <4>
  2. Garcia, Cesar (III) as [Hector Villalobos] <2>
  3. Jorgenson, Eric Charles as [James Glass] <1>
  4. Lyle, Ken as [Michael] <3>
  5. Mack, Odell as [Simon Waterman] <7>
  6. Singleton, Darin as [Principal Williams] <11>
  7. Daley, Jennifer (V) as [LeAnn Reynolds] <5>
  8. Harper, Cross as [Becca Glass] <8>
  9. Hoetmer, Danielle as [Elizabeth Glass] <10>
  10. Khan, Hina (II) as [Hasti Haghighat] <6>


  1. Drama
  2. Mystery
  3. Thriller

Full Plot

Upon arrival at a group meeting and unable to recall why or even how he has come to be there, James Glass listens closely to the group's participants for clues. Initially withdrawn and even more so after some startling events take place, James' walls eventually begin to drop as stories from others create a sense of belonging through relatable issues discussed. The more involved he becomes with the group, the more his memories and hallucinations mix making it hard to determine where reality and imagination diverge causing him to question his sanity and ultimately confront a devastating past. Anonymous Plot not found

Total Business

BT: USD 48,000


  1. Schmidt, Morgan (I)

Dress Designers

  1. Kraft, Andrea (II)


  1. Cristalinas, Kris (production assistant)
  2. Frismand, Quentin (production assistant)
  3. Geralds, Sara (script supervisor)
  4. Speaks, Forest (production assistant)
  5. Zanoff, Larry (weapons consultant)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Burbank, California, USA


- Pay attention to verbal clues given by the group leader Michael and try to discover the answers before James.

- This full length feature film was directed by former Warner Bros. executive Daniel R. Chavez and filmed in 6 (12 hour) days using 3 cameras.

- "Broken Glass" used the exact same camera configuration as Ridley Scott's "Prometheus". Red Epic cameras and Optimo Angenieux lenses. While "Prometheus" scaled down the RAW footage from 5K to 2K, "Broken Glass" scaled down to 4K.

- "Broken Glass" takes place in real time and on one set very similar to the Hitchcock classic "Rope". However, "Broken Glass" uses only one room instead of the three adjoining rooms configured in one soundstage as was the case on "Rope".