A taut and edgy drama that delves into the inexplicable realm of the supernatural, HEAVEN is
the story of Robert Marling, an architect who has it all- a beautiful wife and a loving son.
Entrenched in the seedy underworld of gambling, Marling soon finds himself in danger of
losing everything. His addiction draws him into a club called The Paradise, where he meets
Heaven, a psychic stripper whose visions into the future raises the stakes-ultimately linking
their lives inextricably. - Big Star
Festivals: Heaven was shown at the 1998 Toronto International Film Festival and the
1998 Montreal Film Festival.
Filmed in New Zealand.
Release Dates: Theatrical: April 30, 1999 in Los Angeles.
Video: December 17, 1999
1998; 103 minutes
Directed by: Scott Reynolds
Cast: Martin Donovan (Robert Marling), Danny Edwards ("Heaven"), Joanna Going
(Jennifer Marling), Richard Schiff (Stanner), Patrick Malahide (Melrose), Karl Urban
(Sweeper), Jeremy Birchall (Tree), Clint Sharplin (Nicely), Michael Langley (Sean Marling)
Written by: Scott Reynolds
Cinematography by: Simon Raby
Original Music by: Victoria Kelly
Film Editing by: Wayne Cook
Produced by: Sue Rogers, Bob Weinstein (executive), Harvey Weinstein (executive)
Production Company: Midnight Films Productions Limited, Dimension Films, Miramax