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Singles -- In the early 90's, six of Seattle's youth, most of whom live in the same apartment building, share lives revolving around the city's ever-expanding music scene.


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Writer (WGA):
Cameron Crowe (written by)
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Release Date:
18 September 1992 (USA) See more »
Love is a game. Easy to start. Hard to finish.
A group of twenty-something friends, most of whom live in the same apartment complex, search for love and success in grunge-era Seattle. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Bridget Fonda ... Janet Livermore

Campbell Scott ... Steve Dunne

Kyra Sedgwick ... Linda Powell

Sheila Kelley ... Debbie Hunt

Jim True-Frost ... David Bailey (as Jim True)

Matt Dillon ... Cliff Poncier

Bill Pullman ... Dr. Jeffrey Jamison

James Le Gros ... Andy (as James LeGros)
Devon Raymond ... Ruth
Camilo Gallardo ... Luiz

Ally Walker ... Pam

Eric Stoltz ... The Mime

Jeremy Piven ... Doug Hughley

Tom Skerritt ... Mayor Weber

Peter Horton ... Jamie
Bill Smillie ... Boston Doctor
Chuck McQuary ... Garage Opener Clerk

Christopher Masterson ... Steve at 10 (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)
Matt Magnano ... Kid #1
Jaffar Smith ... Kid #2

Dana Eskelson ... Club Girl
Mykol Hazen ... Club Bouncer
Art Cahn ... Magazine Stand Clerk
Michael Su ... Ted
Jane Jones ... Denise
Johnny 'Sugarbear' Willis ... Rick

Randy Thompson ... Stu

Paul Giamatti ... Kissing Man
Alicia Roper ... Kissing Woman
Xavier McDaniel ... Himself
Wayne Cody ... Himself
Stone Gossard ... Himself - Citizen Dick
Jeff Ament ... Himself - Citizen Dick

Cameron Crowe ... Club Interviewer
Pat DiNizio ... Sid

Chris Cornell ... Chris
Thomas A. Doyle ... Wrong Phone Number
Alice Marie Crowe ... Dr. Jamison's Nurse
Joan Giammarco ... Receptionist

Jim Hechim ... Rich
Heather Hughes ... Lauren

Tim Burton ... Brian
'Crazy Steve' Olsen ... Rob
Bernard Bentley ... Spiro
Stephen Rutledge ... Charles
Daniel Johnson ... Sean
Bruce Pavitt ... Bruce
Michael Gardner ... Mike
Sandra P. Grant ... Waitress (as Sandra Grant)

Karen LaVoie ... Hostess (as Karen Denice La Voie)
Tom Francis ... Deputy Mayor
Jerry Ziesmer ... Councilman Jordan Fisher
Nina Escudero ... Airline Clerk
Dan Wartman ... Single Kid on Plane

Amy Hill ... Hospital Nurse
Mike Parker ... Mover

Lara Harris ... Poetess
Bradley Kok ... Chas

Debi Mazar ... Brenda
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jennifer Bassey ... (uncredited)
Matt Cameron ... Himself - Soundgarden (uncredited)

Jerry Cantrell ... Himself - Alice In Chains (uncredited)

Michelle Crane ... Alice in Chains - Girl in Crowd (uncredited)

Victor Garber ... Kid's Dad (uncredited)
Sean Kinney ... Himself - Alice In Chains (uncredited)
Scott Allen Logan ... Man in Bar (uncredited)

John Nelson ... Street Person (uncredited)

Racheal Seymour ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Ben Shepherd ... Himself - Soundgarden (uncredited)
Layne Staley ... Himself - Alice In Chains (uncredited)
Mike Starr ... Himself - Alice In Chains (uncredited)
Kim Thayil ... Himself - Soundgarden Guitarist (uncredited)

Eddie Vedder ... Himself - Citizen Dick (uncredited)

Directed by
Cameron Crowe 
Writing credits
Cameron Crowe (written by)

Produced by
Richard Chew .... co-producer
Cameron Crowe .... producer
Kelly Curtis .... associate producer
Richard Hashimoto .... producer
Art Linson .... executive producer
Original Music by
Paul Westerberg 
Cinematography by
Tak Fujimoto 
Ueli Steiger 
Film Editing by
Richard Chew 
Casting by
Owens Hill 
Production Design by
Stephen J. Lineweaver 
Art Direction by
Mark Haack 
Set Decoration by
Clay A. Griffith 
Costume Design by
Jane Ruhm 
Makeup Department
Kimberly Felix .... assistant makeup artist
Norman T. Leavitt .... key makeup artist
Candace Neal .... key hair stylist
Elaina P. Schulman .... assistant hair stylist
Production Management
Richard Hashimoto .... unit production manager
Philip Marcus .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Richard Chew .... second unit director
Michael-McCloud Thompson .... first assistant director: second unit
Michael-McCloud Thompson .... second assistant director
Joel Wang .... second second assistant director
Jerry Ziesmer .... first assistant director
Art Department
Donald R. Abblett .... stand-by painter (as Don Abblett)
David H. Allen .... property master (as David Allen)
Cosmas A. Demetriou .... set designer
Chris Gibbin .... lead man
Pete Lawrence .... construction coordinator
Michael Miller .... assistant property master
Jim Voorhees .... property master: second unit
Michael McCombe .... head greensman (uncredited)
Sound Department
Barbara Barnaby .... dialogue editor
Pamela Bentkowski .... supervising foley editor
Ed Callahan .... sound editor
Ed Callahan .... sound effects editor
Catherine Calleson .... assistant sound editor
Christine Danelski .... foley editor
Jay Dranch .... sound effects editor
Ann Ducommun .... assistant sound editor
Christopher Flick .... foley editor
Sukey Fontelieu .... dialogue editor
Cynthia Haagens .... adr editor
Ellen Heuer .... assistant sound editor
Michael Jiron .... re-recording mixer
Richard King .... supervising sound editor
Dave Kulczycki .... sound effects editor (as David Kulczycki)
Cliff Latimer .... adr supervisor
Robert J. Litt .... sound re-recording mixer
Melissa Lytle .... assistant sound editor
Michael Magill .... dialogue editor
Art Rochester .... production sound mixer
Joan Rowe .... assistant sound editor
Greg P. Russell .... sound re-recording mixer
Douglas J. Schulman .... boom operator (as Doug Schulman)
Craig Weintraub .... assistant sound editor
David Behle .... sound recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
James Reedy .... special effects (as Jim Reedy)
Visual Effects by
Steve Grumette .... computer effects supervisor
Greg Walker .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Bob Calnan .... chief lighting technician: second unit
Kerry Flanagan .... key grip: second unit
Nathaniel Goodman .... first assistant camera
Jim Grce .... chief lighting technician
Shawn Hise .... second assistant camera
Frank M. Holgate .... aerial director of photography: second unit (as Frank Holgate)
Dwight Joseph Lavers .... dolly grip (as Dwight Lavers)
Robena Malicoat .... second key grip
Bill O'Drobinak .... camera operator (as Billy O'Drobinak)
Bill O'Drobinak .... director of photography: second unit (as Billy O'Drobinak)
Jane O'Neal .... still photographer
Neal Preston .... special still photographer
Brian H. Reynolds .... key grip
Joe Sanchez .... first assistant camera: second unit
Paul Taylor .... Steadicam operator
Steve Venetis .... assistant lighting technician
Eric Budlong .... grip (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alison Gail Bixby .... costume supervisor (as Gail Bixby)
Dan Perrett .... costumer
Fran Vega-Buck .... costume supervisor (as Frances Vega-Buck)
Editorial Department
Donah Bassett .... negative cutter
Craig Conwell .... first assistant editor
Tommy Dorsett .... second assistant editor
Bob Putynkowski .... color timer
Curt Schulkey .... additional editor
Music Department
Niko Bolas .... score mixer
Danny Bramson .... music supervisor
Christine Cholvin .... music editor
Chris Cornell .... composer: additional music
Richard Gibbs .... composer: additional score
Carlton Kaller .... music editor
George Doering .... musician (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Loren Anderson .... transportation coordinator
Jon McCarthy .... transportation captain
John Wolfe .... transportation (uncredited)
Other crew
Julie Adams .... production aide
Tom Adams .... craft service
John Anderson .... production aide
Richard Chew .... title supervisor
Robert Dawson .... title supervisor
Gigi de Pourtales .... production aide
Patricia Fay .... location manager
Katie Gilbert .... production coordinator
Rob Harris .... unit publicist
Craig Hosking .... helicopter pilot: second unit
Julie Jones .... production accountant
Debra Meek .... assistant production accountant
Heather Murphy .... assistant production secretary
R.D. Price .... production aide
Patti Roberts-Nelson .... executive assistant: Art Linson
Mary Robins .... production aide
Mindy Rodman .... script supervisor
Martin Selig .... office space
Wendy Skerritt .... production aide
Lisa Stewart .... assistant: Cameron Crowe
Glenn Williamson .... assistant: Richard Hashimoto
Bill Wrubel .... production aide
Chris Ziesmer .... production aide
Suzanne Ziesmer .... production aide
Bill Daly .... post-production accountant (uncredited)
Monica Di Meo .... caterer (uncredited)
Monica Garris-Powell .... location assistant (uncredited)
Tasha Le Mel .... assistant: Stephen J. Lineweaver (uncredited)
Charles Swanepoel .... caterer (uncredited)
Crew verified as complete

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Rated PG-13 for language, sex related dialogue and scenes of sensuality
99 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Australia:M | Canada:PG (Ontario) | Finland:K-12 | France:U | Germany:12 | Iceland:L | Norway:10 (TV rating) | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:PG | Spain:13 | Sweden:11 | UK:12 (original rating) | UK:12 (video re-rating) (2003) | UK:15 (video rating) (1993) | USA:PG-13

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Campbell Scott's character is seen wearing a SubPop t-shirt, a well-known independent record company from Seattle which released many albums which became known as the "Seattle Sound", most notably Nirvana, Soundgarden, and Mudhoney.See more »
Continuity: Steve is not wearing a seat belt immediately before the car accident. Immediately after the crash he is wearing it.See more »
Club Interviewer:Talking here with Cliff Poncier. Cliff, any comments on the "Seattle Sound" and Citizen Dick's place in it?
Cliff Poncier:Well, I don't like to reduce us to just being part of the "Seattle Sound." I'd like to think of us as expanding more. Like, we're huge in Europe right now. I mean, we've got records... uh, a big record just broke in Belgium.
Club Interviewer:Now, a song like "Touch Me, I'm Dick" is about... what?
Cliff Poncier:Well, I think "Touch Me, I'm Dick," in essence, speaks for itself, you know. I think that, you know, that's basically what the song is, um... about... is about, you know... I-I think a lot of people might think it's actually about, you know,"My name is Dick, and, you know, you can touch me," but, I think, you know, it can be seen either way.
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24 out of 28 people found the following review useful.
A Nutshell Review: Singles (1992), 15 October 2005
Author: DICK STEEL from Singapore

Love. Sex. Friendship. Companionship. These are the themes obviously explored in Cameron Crowe's early movie Singles, which revolve around the love lives of singles (naturally) living in a common apartment. We follow each of the protagonist Steve (Campbell Scott), Janet (Bridget Fonda), Cliff (Matt Dillon) and Linda (Kyra Sedgwick) through their ups and downs in dealing with the weird little emotion called Love.

Well, not quite. As we know early in the film, each have problems and their own peculiar viewpoints on the dating scene. We see Linda meeting and breaking up with a Spanish student she was so into, after seeing through his lies and sweet talk. It hurts, and she doesn't want to be hurt again. Steve too have had a bad experience, and (I can identify with this) swears off relationships for the next few years, deciding instead to focus on career. As Fate would have had it, these two will meet at the unlikeliest places and get into a relationship.

Cliff, an aspiring rocker, seemed to have taken his girlfriend Janet, for granted. And I think this is something that most people can identify with. When efforts go unappreciated, or when things go mundane, the question is, do you want to bail out? And when you do, what next? Would you give the ex another chance? If you do, how would you approach it? It's fun watching a movie that was made 13 years ago, and you wonder about how the initiating and sustaining of a relationship back then happened without technology which we are so used to these days. Back then, a mobile phone was a cordless one, and there is no such thing as an instant message, but an answering machine. Where Speed Dating was unheard of, but Video Dating was the rage (check out the funny Tim Burton cameo).

You wonder too about the career of the leads. Campbell Scott was noticed by many after his pairing with Julia Roberts in the movie Dying Young, but after this, seemed to have vanished into obscurity. And so has Kyra Sedgwick. Only Matt Dillon and Bridget Fonda are still around, somewhere.

Oh, the music. Peppered throughout the movie is the wonderful musical tracks that always seem to punctuate a particular moment succinctly. I like Tarantino and Crowe movies because music plays an integral part of the entire experience, and Singles too had excellent ballads blended with grunge rock, say, Pearl Jam (before they made it huge), which also made an appearance.

It's a beautiful, quirky little movie with excellent identifiable dialogue, music, humour, and a younger cast of stars whom we know today, thrown into situations that everyone in love would have experienced.

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