Title: Anamorph
Directed by: H.S. Miller
Written by: H.S. Miller; Tom Phelan
Produced by: Michael Gunther; Marissa McMahon; Campbell Miller
Music by: Reinhold Heil; Johnny Klimek
Cinematography: Fred Murphy
Edited by: Geraud Brisson
Distributed by: Kamala Films
Seville Pictures
Released: September 21st, 2007
Rating: R
Running time: 107 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Gross: $5,912 (US)
$674,83 (Worldwide) [1]

Anamorph is an American independent film of the psycho-thriller subgenre. It was written and directed by H.S. Miller and co-written by Tom Phelan. It was produced by Kamala Films and distributed through Seville Pictures in Canada. The film premiered at the Milwaukee International Film Festival on September 21st, 2007. Anamorph stars Willem Dafoe as Detective Stan Aubray - a man who is assigned to a case involving a murder committed with an artistic signature that calls to mind a case from Aubray's past. Aubray then finds himself pulled into a game of cat and mouse with the killer known as "Uncle Eddie".

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  • Anamorph closed out of theaters on May 22nd, 2008. It has been in release a total of five weeks (35 days). [4]
  • Producer Michael G. Gunther is credited as Michael Gunther in this film.
  • Actress Desiree Casado is credited as Desiree F. Casado in this film.
  • Actor Gary Ray is credited as Gary Ray Bugarcic in this film.
  • In the horror genre, actor Scott Speedman is best known for playing the role of Michael Corvin in the Underworld film series.

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