PG | | Drama
A picturesque Pacific Northwest community raising its wheat and children in the midst of a nation reeling from World War I sets the stage for The Basket. In a time of pain and prejudice ... See full summary »
Director Rich Cowan and director of photography Dan Heigh mention (DVD commentary) that shooting took 24 days (at around 09 mins) from late September to early October (at around 03 mins). Since the film debuted 6/5/1999 (at the Seattle International Film Festival) and has a 1999 copyright, it would have been shot in 1998.
Look at it. Look at it! Germans like you did this to me.
Brigitta: No, soldiers like you did that.
The movie includes extensive dribbling of the basketball. Dribbling was not added to basketball until the 1950s.
"You Name It" ... Mike Cassell Thanks to ... All the Babysitters
$61,300 (USA) (7 May 2000)
$609,042 (USA) (29 April 2001)
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