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Patricia Royce ... Kendall Byrne

Lorraine Devon Wilke ... Claire (as Lorraine Devon)

JD Souther ... David Berry (as J.D. Souther)
Wade Madsen ... John Halpern

Billy Burke ... James Bird
Bruce P. Young ... Lee Wilke

David Crosby ... Damian Lyndell
Mark Jenkins ... Stuart Taylor-Ford
Susan Drummond ... Penny Janowitz

Jeffrey Dean Morgan ... Rod (James' Friend) (as Jeff Morgan)
Art Kahn ... Mr. Thramulta
Piper Henry ... Ellen
Mike Williams ... Jason Merriman
Randy Dixon ... Mark the Desk Clerk
Mark Dempsey ... Alan Broadmore
Evelyn Perdue ... Estelle the Landlady
Tony Curry ... Apartment Manager

Robert McGinley ... Newlywed in Club
Tanya Pierce ... Newlywed in Club
Sally Smith ... Patti the Scarf Lady
Kelle Kleingartner ... Nikki
Cole Ackman ... Bellboy
James Huber ... Cute Guy in Restaurant
Eric Stachowski ... Cute Guy in Park
Marjorie De Muynck ... Sax Quartet in Park
Amy Denio ... Sax Quartet in Park
Babs Helle ... Sax Quartet in Park
Stacy Loebs ... Sax Quartet in Park
Nanette Cresto ... Exotic Dancer
Thomas Arthur ... Juggler
Aimee Hargrave ... White Sailor Dancer
Diana Cardiff ... White Sailor Dancer
Alison Cockrill ... White Sailor Dancer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Billy D. Marchese ... Roman Soldier (uncredited)

Directed by
Barry Caillier 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Lorraine Devon Wilke  (as Lorraine Devon)
Patricia Royce 

Produced by
Patricia Royce .... producer
Cinematography by
Christopher Tufty 
Set Decoration by
Loren McNamara 
Costume Design by
Ronald Leamon 
Makeup Department
Francesca Lacagnina .... hair stylist
Julie Reid .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ed Ewing .... first assistant director
Josh Taft .... second assistant director
Art Department
Kristy Boardway-Dickson .... property master
Sound Department
Laura Bayless .... foley artist
Tom Condon .... boom operator
Phil DeVault .... foley recordist
Phil DeVault .... sound effects editor
Tom Johnson .... re-recording mixer
Tom Martin .... foley recordist
Tom Martin .... sound effects editor
Robert Marts .... dialogue editor
Robert Marts .... production sound mixer
Robert Marts .... supervising sound editor
Jeff Smith .... foley artist
Paul Stroh .... boom operator
Gary Summers .... re-recording mixer
James Allen .... sound re-recordist (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert Beaumont .... key grip
Chuck Fey .... first assistant camera
Cam Garrett .... still photographer
Steve Itano .... second assistant camera
Greg White-Wiegand .... gaffer
Casting Department
Jeffrey Morgan .... casting: Los Angeles
Eliza Roberts .... casting: Los Angeles (as Eliza Simons)
Alison Roth .... casting: Seattle
Jodi Rothfield .... casting: Seattle
Editorial Department
R. Orlando Duenas .... first assistant editor
Kay Taylor .... negative cutter
Carla Torgerson .... negative cutter
Liv Torgerson .... negative cutter
Location Management
Jim Hechim .... location manager
Transportation Department
Philip Krysl .... transportation coordinator
Rick Wiley .... driver: camera car
Other crew
Lisa Dutton .... script supervisor
Pat Graney .... choreographer
Wade Madsen .... choreographer
Deedra Ricketts .... production coordinator
Janet Wainwright .... publicist

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I really enjoyed this movie!, 24 August 2005
Author: EighthSense from California

I liked the fact that the actors portrayed real people and looked like real people. I enjoyed very much seeing Lorraine Devon sing "I surrender"-the only thing that would have topped her incredible performance would have been if J.D. Souther (David)had sung. This was the first time I saw J.D. as an actor, and I loved him-he's so understated yet intense and "present", just like he is in his music video "Go ahead and rain". The story line and the message (no need to be looking at the destination-enjoy the journey there) were very intelligently woven. This movie proved that "chick flick" does not mean "silly'.

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