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A Woman, Her Men, and Her Futon -- A young divorcee in search of what she had missed...


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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Jennifer Rubin ... Helen
Lance Edwards ... Donald

Grant Show ... Randy

Michael Cerveris ... Paul

Robert Lipton ... Max
Delaune Michel ... Gail
Richard Gordon ... Jimmy (scenes deleted)
Jennifer Zuniga ... Waitress #1
Kathryn Atwood ... Waitress #2
Gary Cusano ... Apartment Manager
Kirsten Hall ... Sales Woman

Directed by
Michael Sibay  (as Mussef Sibay)
Writing credits
Michael Sibay (written by) (as Mussef Sibay)

Produced by
Roy McAree .... executive producer
Patricia Reich .... associate producer
Florina Roberts .... associate producer
Dale Rosenbloom .... producer
Letitia Schwartz .... line producer
Michael Sibay .... producer (as Mussef Sibay)
Original Music by
Joel Goldsmith 
Cinematography by
Michael J. Davis 
Film Editing by
Howard Heard 
Casting by
Andrea Stone-Brokaw  (as Andrea Stone-Guttfreund)
Production Design by
Peter Paul Raubertas 
Art Direction by
Florina Roberts 
Costume Design by
Lothar Delgado 
Makeup Department
Melanie Key .... makeup artist
Rachel Tanner .... makeup artist
Production Management
Louie Lawless .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jerry Heppler .... second second assistant director
Louie Lawless .... first assistant director
Patricia Reich .... second assistant director
Art Department
Gabrielle Veit-Bermudez .... assistant set decorator
Richard Way .... property master
Sound Department
Kris Campbell .... adr mixer
Randie Festejo .... boom operator
Ray Greene .... supervising sound editor
Jeremy Hoenack .... sound re-recording mixer
Lisa Storr Hoenack .... foley artist
Steve Jaszkowiak .... foley mixer
Marty Kasparian .... additional sound mixer
Ingeborg Larson .... sound editor
Austin McKinney .... sound mixer (as Austin H. McKinney)
Matt Meyer .... sound re-recording mixer (as Matt Mayer)
Michael Payne .... sound editor
Jeff Schiro .... foley artist
Melissa Sherwood Hofmann .... sound re-recording mixer
Mathew Waters .... sound editor
David Weisman .... boom operator
Matthew Westfall .... boom operator
Shammi Whitaker .... adr editor
Joseph Zappala .... sound editor
Visual Effects by
Alex Graves .... visual consultant (as Alexander Graves)
Camera and Electrical Department
Jim Fields .... dolly grip
Jim Fields .... key grip
Jesper Find .... first assistant camera
Andrew Glover .... second second assistant camera (as Andrew Steward Glover)
Bruce Jagoda .... best boy electric
Rachel Kligerman .... still photographer
Jean-Pierre Marangokis .... best boy grip
Evan A. Nesbitt .... second assistant camera
Liseanne Pedrianna .... still photographer
Michael Seaman .... grip
Paul Weiss .... gaffer
John Willis III .... best boy grip (as Jay Willis)
Editorial Department
Tad Brady .... second assistant film editor
Christine Desiree Isakson .... assistant film editor
Mike Mertens .... color timer
J.R. Post .... negative cutter
David Schulman .... assistant film editor
Music Department
Sean Boyd .... music mixer
Marita Ditmore .... music coordinator
Jylian Sy .... musician
Transportation Department
Tom Moses .... transportation captain
Other crew
Cherie Franklin .... dialogue coach
Joseph LaGrand .... production assistant
Elizabeth Ludwick-Bax .... script supervisor (as Elizabeth Ludwick)
Sara Purvis .... craft service

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Rated R for scenes of strong sexuality, and for langauge
90 min
Aspect Ratio:
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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Understated, complex film-making, February 21, 2000, 2 October 2005
Author: Heather Lund from United States

Reviewer: Heather Lund (U.S.A.) - See all my reviews

"A WOMAN, HER MEN, AND HER FUTON" is one of the most accomplished films one can find about sexual politics. Although it suffers occasionally from actress Jennifer Rubin's comatose performance, the film honestly and intelligently depicts characters we know. Its style and content are reminiscent of the French film maker Eric Rohmer's, with the same kind of deceptive simplicity and a similar emphasis on the ambiguity of psycho-sexual interaction. Director Sibay is highly skilled when it comes to actors and as a writer his dialogue is often compelling. If the subject matter is your cup of tea I highly recommend it.

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