The film's DVD cover bearing the title used when it ran on the Sci Fi Channel :The Sasquatch
|Directed by||Jonas Quastel|
|Produced by||Rob Clark
|Written by||Jonas Questel
|Music by||Larry Seymour
|Edited by||Gabriel Wrye, Grace Yuen|
The Untold is a 2002 adventure horror film independently produced in Canada written and directed by Jonas Quastel. The Sci Fi Channel airs it under the title Sasquatch which is also the title of the English version of the Canadian DVD release and is also known as Inexplicable under the French version. The film is known under several different titles depending on the date and location of its release. It was first released in France at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2002, and wasn't released until March 2003 in Canada and the United States on March 11, 2003.
The Untold is the story of Harlan Knowles (Lance Henriksen), billionaire and President of Bio-Comp Industries, who heads up a team of experts in a quest to locate a company plane that disappeared over the remote forests of the Pacific Northwest. Knowles is obsessed with finding the plane and rescuing his daughter (Erica Parker), who was one of its passengers. The assembled team includes local guide Clayton Tyne (Russel Ferrier), renowned wilderness expert and author Winston Burg (Phil Granger) and the beautiful Marla Lawson (Andrea Roth). Soon, the team begins to suspect that Knowles' main objective is actually to recover the prototype of a DNA testing machine called the Huxley Project, which his company has spent years and millions of dollars developing. After finding the plane and its crew torn to shreds, the group tries to piece together clues about what could be responsible for the carnage. With the help of the Huxley prototype they discover they are facing a menace whose very existence is one of the world's greatest mysteries and the only people left to rescue may be themselves.
- The Untold at the Internet Movie Database
- The Untold 2002. Columbia TriStar, Curb Entertainment by Larry Seymour
- THE UNTOLD: Sasquatch Encounter to be Shown to the World. Business Wire, Monday, March 26, 2001
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