I Still See You (film)
|I Still See You|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Scott Speer|
|Written by||Jason Fuchs|
|Music by||Bear McCreary|
|Edited by||Paul Covington|
I Still See You is an American thriller film, directed by Scott Speer, from a screenplay by Jason Fuchs. It is based upon the novel Break My Heart 1000 Times, by Daniel Waters. It stars Bella Thorne, Dermot Mulroney and Richard Harmon.
The film was released on October 12, 2018, by Lionsgate.
- Bella Thorne as Veronica Calder
- Dermot Mulroney as August Bittner
- Richard Harmon as Kirk Lane
- Louis Herthum as Dr. Martin Steiner
- Hugh Dillon as Mathison
- Amy Price-Francis as Mrs. Calder
- Shaun Benson as Mr. Calder
- Darcy Fehr as Kirk's Father
In July 2016, it was announced Bella Thorne joined the cast of the film, with Scott Speer directing from a screenplay by Jason Fuchs, based upon the novel Break My Heart 1000 Times, by Daniel Waters. Paul Brooks will serve as a producer on the film, while Scott Niemeyer, Brad Kessell and Fuchs will serve as executive producers. Gold Circle Films will produce the film. In March 2017, Dermot Mulroney and Richard Harmon joined the cast of the film.
Principal photography began in March 2017. Some parts of the movie were filmed in Winnipeg, Canada at a local school, Daniel McIntyre Collegiate Institute. Some other scenes were also filmed at the Arlington Bridge located in the city. Many parts of the film based in “Jewel City” were filmed in Carman, Manitoba.
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