Storms of the Century [2 Discs] [DVD]
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Cast & Crew

  • Angus MacFadyen
    Angus MacFadyen - John McAdams
  • Karine Vanasse
    Karine Vanasse - Sophie Marleau
  • Stephen McHattie
    Stephen McHattie
  • Tom Skerritt
    Tom Skerritt
  • Louis-Philippe Dandenault
    Louis-Philippe Dandenault
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