Cement (film)

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Cement
Cement film.jpg
DVD cover of Cement
Directed by Adrian Pasdar
Produced by D.J. Paul
Adrian Pasdar
Written by Justin Monjo
Starring Chris Penn
Jeffrey Wright
Sherilyn Fenn
Anthony DeSando
Henry Czerny
Music by Doug Caldwell
Paul Horrors
Anthony Vanger
Cinematography Geary McLeod
Edited by Jack Haigis
Production
  company
Ocelot Films Inc
Distributed by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Release date(s)
  • April 14, 2000 (2000-04-14) (WorldFest)
  • November 20, 2001 (2001-11-20)
Running time 95 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Cement is a 2000 crime drama-thriller film directed by Adrian Pasdar and written by Justin Monjo. The film was shot in Los Angeles, California, USA, and was Pasdar's first film as director.

Plot[edit]

Los Angeles vice detectives Bill Holt (Chris Penn) and Nin (Jeffrey Wright) have entered the gangster and drug scenes and have allied with drug kingpin Truman Rickhardt (Henry Czerny). As he tries to stop Holt, Nin narrates the events that led Holt to torture Truman’s brother Sean (Anthony DeSando) by chaining him inside an iron box that's slowly filling with cement. Cops on the take, missing money, Holt's tempting wife Lyndel (Sherilyn Fenn), dead police officers are implicated in the events.

Featured cast[edit]

Actor Role
Chris Penn Bill Holt
Jeffrey Wright Nin
Anthony DeSando Sean Rickhart
Sherilyn Fenn Lyndel Holt
Henry Czerny Truman Rickhart
Gregory Jbara Fergus Rickhart
Titus Welliver Mo
Yorgo Constantine Danny
Richard Edson Robbo
Kevin Jackson Carter
Max Martini Mic

Festivals[edit]

Cement has been selected to screen at the following film festivals:

Awards[edit]

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