The Client Solarmovie

The Client (1994)


A street-wise kid, Mark Sway, sees the suicide of Jerome Clifford, a prominent Louisiana lawyer, whose current client is Barry 'The Blade' Muldano, a Mafia hit-man. Before Jerome shoots himself, he tells Mark where the body of a Senator is buried. Clifford shoots himself and Mark is found at the scene, and both the FBI and the Mafia quickly realize that Mark probably knows more than he says.

The Client Solarmovie
Solarmovie Score: 6.6/10 from 624 votes
Release Date: 1994-07-20
Status: Released
Run time: 119 min / 1:59
Production Studio : Alcor Films, Regency Enterprises, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Country: United States of America


Susan Sarandon
as Regina "Reggie" Love
Brad Renfro
as Mark Sway
Tommy Lee Jones
as Roy Foltrigg
Mary-Louise Parker
as Dianne Sway
Anthony LaPaglia
as Barry Muldano
Bradley Whitford
as Thomas Fink
Will Patton
as Sergeant Hardy
Anthony Edwards
as Clint Von Hooser
J.T. Walsh
as Jason McThune
Anthony Heald
as Larry Trumann
Kim Coates
as Paul Gronke
Kimberly Scott
as Doreen
Ossie Davis
as Harry Roosevelt
William H. Macy
as Dr. Greenway
David Speck
as Ricky Sway
Rebecca Jernigan
as Emergency Room Nurse
William Sanderson
as Wally Boxx
Micole Mercurio
as Momma Love
Walter Olkewicz
as Jerome "Romey" Clifford
Amy Hathaway
as Karen
Jo Harvey Allen
as Claudette
Ron Dean
as Johnny Sulari
William Richert
as Harry Bono
Will Zahrn
as Gill Beale
Mark Cabus
as Detective Nassar
Dan Castellaneta
as Slick Moeller
John Diehl
as Jack Nance
Tom Kagy
as Wheelchair Patient
Alex Coleman
as Newscaster
Linn Sitler
as Newscaster
Stephanie Weaver
as Newscaster
Todd Demers
as Newscaster
Ashtyn Tyler
as Amber
Ruby Wilson
as Receptionist
Andy Stahl
as Agent Scherff
Macon McCalman
as Ballatine
Mimmye Goode
as Night Nurse
John Fink
as Lieutenant
Ronnie Landry
as Waiter at Antoine's
Jeffrey Buckner Ford
as Bailiff
Michael Detroit
as Jail Medic
Robert Hatchett
as Paramedic
Connye Florance
as Telda
Sandra Bray
as Reporter
Yvonne Sanders
as Reporter
Norm Woodel
as Reporter
Karen Walker
as Reporter
Tommy Cresswell
as Third FBI Agent
Nat Robinson
as Special Agent Boch
Mary McCusker
as Pretty Girl
Bettina Rose
as Woman at Desire
Joey Hadley
as Officer
Michael Sanders
as Officer
Angelo R. Sales
as Orderly
Christopher Gray
as Security Guard
Jesse L. Dunlap
as Security Guard
Joe Kent
as Elvis Impersonator
Robbie Billings
as Ballentine's Wife
John Mason
as Musician
Robert H. Wiliams
as Musician
Darrell D. Johnson
as Musician
Mark Pyles
as Helicopter Pilot
Clay Lacy
as Jet Pilot
Gerry Loew
as Pizza Man
Anthony C. Hall
as Pizza Man
George Klein
as Announcer


Sound Howard Shore Original Music Composer
Production Arnon Milchan Producer
Production Steven Reuther Producer
Production Mali Finn Casting
Camera Tony Pierce-Roberts Director of Photography
Art Bruno Rubeo Production Design
Directing Joel Schumacher Director
Writing Akiva Goldsman Screenplay
Sound Charles L. Campbell Supervising Sound Editor
Art Anne D. McCulley Set Decoration
Crew Rick Barker Stunt Coordinator
Editing Robert Brown Editor
Writing John Grisham Novel
Art James F. Truesdale Art Direction
Writing Robert Getchell Screenplay
Production Mary McLaglen Co-Producer
Production Guy Ferland Associate Producer
Crew Glory Fioramonti Stunt Coordinator
Art P. Michael Johnston Art Direction
Sound Chris Jenkins Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Costume & Make-Up Ingrid Ferrin Costume Design
Sound Louis L. Edemann Sound Editor
Sound Adam Jenkins Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Donald J. Malouf Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Leonard T. Geschke Sound Editor
Sound Nils C. Jensen Sound Editor
Sound Mark Smith Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Larry Carow Sound Editor
Directing Yudi Bennett Assistant Director