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The Gathering Details


The discovery of a strange religious relic may have something to do with the terrible dreams haunting a young woman in this stylish thriller from Great Britain. When a pit opens up in a small English town, the local priest, Luke Fraser (Simon Russell Beale), is startled to discover what appears to be an ancient church lurking beneath. Fraser asks a friend with a background in archeology, Simon Kirkman (Stephen Dillane), to investigate the ruins, and Kirkman is startled to find a series of striking realistic sculptures and an usual portrait of Jesus in which the savior turns away from the church. As Kirkman and his wife, Marion (Kerry Fox), are driving home from the site, they accidentally hit Cassie Grant (Christina Ricci), an American student who is crossing the street. While Cassie isn't seriously injured physically, she has suffered a blow to the head that's left her with a mild case of amnesia; Marion brings Cassie home to recuperate until her memory returns, and in the meantime, Cassie helps keep an eye on Michael, Simon and Marion's young son. Soon, Cassie begins having a series of vivid and disturbing dreams involving the people of the town suffering violent deaths. Kirkman and Fraser begin wondering if the church was buried on purpose (and if so, why) and if Cassie's nightmares are somehow connected to the discovery of the house of worship. Completed in 2002, The Gathering didn't see release until 2004, when it opened in France and Germany. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi


Brian Gilbert
Peter Samuelson
Marc Samuelson
Pippa Cross
Anthony Horowitz
Martin Fuhrer
Anne Dudley
Composer (Music Score)
Masahiro Hirakubo
Caroline Amies
Production Designer
Frank Walsh
Art Director
Rachel Cuperman
Associate Producer
Steve Christian
Executive Producer
Anthony Horowitz
Executive Producer
Patrick McKenna
Executive Producer
Duncan Reid
Executive Producer
Jerome Gary
Executive Producer
Nic Ede
Costume Designer
Albert Bailey
Sound/Sound Designer
Sarah Bird