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The Messenger

About The Messenger

The Messenger is a 2009 English movie.

  • Ben Foster - SSG Will Montgomery
  • Jena Malone - Kelly
  • Woody Harrelson - CPT Tony Stone
  • Samantha Morton - Olivia Pitterson
  • Eamonn Walker - Col. Stuart Dorsett
  • Yaya DaCosta - Monica Washington
  • Peter Francis James - Dr. Grosso
  • Steve Buscemi - Dale Martin

Paul N.J. Ottosson did sound editing for the movie.

Oscar Award Nominations

The movie won two nominations at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards

  • Woody Harrelson in the Actor in a Supporting Role category
  • Alessandro Camon & Oren Moverman for Writing (Original Screenplay)

Ranking / Recognition / Awards / Nominations / Postive comments

  • December 2009: Morton is nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film at the Independent Spirit Awards.

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