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8 October 1993 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Richard Gere ... Mr. Jones

Lena Olin ... Libbie

Anne Bancroft ... Dr. Catherine Holland

Tom Irwin ... Patrick

Delroy Lindo ... Howard

Bruce Altman ... David

Lauren Tom ... Amanda
Lisa Malkiewicz ... Susan

Thomas Kopache ... Mr. Wilson

Peter Jurasik ... Dr. Rosen

León Singer ... Hot Dog Vendor

Anna Maria Horsford ... Judge Harris

Edward Padilla ... Bellboy
Baha Jackson ... Son
Epatha Harris ... Daughter
Anne Lange ... Therapist

Kelli Williams ... Kelli
Mark Lowenthal ... Richard
Joyce Guy ... Nurse

Marjorie Lovett ... Nurse

Sal Lopez ... Henry
Scott Thomson ... Conrad

Bill Moseley ... Worker
Barry Neikrug ... Piano Salesman

Thomas Mikal Ford ... Arnie / Violent Patient
Lela Ivey ... Lisa

Valente Rodriguez ... Orderly
Dinah Lenney ... Registrar
Laura O'Loughlin ... Young Girl
Marguerite Pini ... Girlfriend
Peter Vogt ... Bank Supervisor
Deryn Warren ... Saleswoman

David Brisbin ... Mr. Warner

Dana Lee ... Mr. Chang

Irene Tsu ... Mrs. Chang

Kathy Kinney ... Homeless Lady

Annie McEnroe ... Crying Woman
Maury Efrems ... Crying Man
Albert Henderson ... Patient
John Durbin ... Patient
Roman Cisneros ... Public Defender

Lucinda Jenney ... Christine
Donald Barra ... Orchestra Conductor

Taylor Negron ... Motorcyle Man
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cindi Braun ... Music Student (uncredited)
Jorga Caye ... Court Room (uncredited)
Adam Karlen ... Boyfriend (uncredited)

Bill Pullman ... Construction Site Foreman (uncredited)
Bob Sallese ... Attorney (uncredited)

Directed by
Mike Figgis 
Writing credits
Eric Roth (story)

Eric Roth (screenplay) and
Michael Cristofer (screenplay)

Produced by
Jerry A. Baerwitz .... executive producer
Richard Gere .... executive producer
Debra Greenfield .... producer
Alan Greisman .... producer
Original Music by
Maurice Jarre 
Cinematography by
Juan Ruiz Anchía 
Film Editing by
Tom Rolf 
Casting by
Carrie Frazier 
Shani Ginsberg 
Production Design by
Waldemar Kalinowski 
Art Direction by
Larry Fulton 
Set Decoration by
Florence Fellman 
Costume Design by
Rita Ryack 
Makeup Department
Laura Connolly .... hair stylist
Tracey Gray .... key makeup artist
Karen Iverson .... makeup artist
Tom Lucas .... makeup artist: Richard Gere
Edward St. George .... chief hair stylist
Production Management
Jerry A. Baerwitz .... unit production manager
Greg Lazzaro .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
J. Stephen Buck .... first assistant director
Frank Bueno .... additional second assistant director
Timothy J. Lonsdale .... key second assistant director: reshoots
Ruth A. Redfern .... second assistant director (as Ruthie Redfern)
Art Department
Peter Bankins .... property master
Daniel W. Blaha .... propmaker
Gae S. Buckley .... set designer (as Gae Buckley)
John H. Samson .... construction coordinator
Jim Slater .... leadman (as James W. Slater)
Tedi Tate .... assistant property master
Sheri Watson .... set decoration buyer
Doug Crawford .... carpenter (uncredited)
Eugene J. Reed .... set dresser (uncredited)
Jeff Van Gonka .... propmaker (uncredited)
Sound Department
Fred J. Brown .... supervising sound editor
Shelley Brown .... assistant sound editor
Zane D. Bruce .... foley (as Zane Bruce)
Gene S. Cantamessa .... sound mixer
Steve Cantamessa .... boom operator
David B. Cohn .... supervising adr editor
Clayton Collins .... sound editor
Terry Honore .... assistant sound editor
Mark R. La Pointe .... sound editor (as Mark La Pointe)
Howard London .... adr mixer
Bob O'Brien .... sound editor
Timothy Pearson .... foley artist
Sergio Reyes .... re-recording mixer
Joseph T. Sabella .... foley (as Joe Sabella)
Jackson Schwartz .... foley mixer
B. Tennyson Sebastian II .... re-recording mixer (as B. Tennyson Sebastian)
Michele Sharp .... supervising sound editor
Stan Siegel .... sound editor
Lee Strosnider .... sound mixer
Kevin Wahrman .... assistant sound editor
Gregory H. Watkins .... re-recording mixer
David Williams .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
Kam Cooney .... special effects coordinator (as M. Kam Cooney)
Edward Kennedy .... special effects technician
M. James Arnett .... stunts (as Jim Arnett)
Jophery C. Brown .... stunts (as Jophery Brown)
Gary Combs .... stunts
Bud Davis .... stunts
Donna Evans .... stunts
Glory Fioramonti .... stunts
Tabby Hanson .... stunts
Gary Hymes .... stunt coordinator
Keii Johnston .... utility stunts
Pat Romano .... stunt rigger
Myke Schwartz .... stunts
Brian Smrz .... stunts
Brian J. Williams .... stunt double: Richard Gere (as Brian Williams)
Camera and Electrical Department
Dennis 'Dink' Adams .... key grip
George Ball .... rigging gaffer
Anthony Lee Beverly .... grip (as Anthony Beverly)
Alicia Brauns .... second assistant camera
Alan Caso .... steadicam operator
Stuart E. Cropley .... best boy electric
David Dubois .... gaffer
Jayma L. Koerner .... assistant camera
Ernesto Melara .... steadicam operator
Anastas N. Michos .... Steadicam operator
Anastas N. Michos .... camera operator: "b" camera
Richard Mosier .... steadicam assistant
James M. Muro .... steadicam operator (as James Muro)
Heather Page .... second assistant camera
Paul Plannette .... camera loader
Greg Rhineer .... second assistant camera
Peter Sorel .... still photographer
Brian Sullivan .... first assistant camera
Larissa Supplitt .... film loader: additional photography
Pernell Youngblood Tyus .... camera operator (as Pernell Tyus)
Ric Urbauer .... best boy grip
Dennis K. Wilson .... dolly grip
Casting Department
Jakki Fink .... casting assistant
Tina Real .... extras casting: local (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nanrose Buchman .... men's costume supervisor
Jennifer Lax .... women's costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Andi Kasen Bergman .... first assistant editor
Richard Conkling .... first apprentice editor
Gabriella Cristiani .... supervising editor
Dale E. Grahn .... color timer
Vicki Hiatt .... first assistant editor
Emma E. Hickox .... first assistant editor
Joanna Jimenez .... assistant editor
Melissa Kent .... assistant editor
B.J. Sears .... additional editor
Kristina Trirogoff .... assistant editor
Gina Zappala .... apprentice editor
Scot Deer .... telecine colorist (uncredited)
Location Management
Jay Gowey .... location representative: Lakeview Hospital
Karen White .... location manager
Music Department
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe soloist
Dan Carlin Sr. .... music editor
Patricia Carlin .... assistant music editor (as Patty Carlin)
Maurice Jarre .... conductor
Shawn Murphy .... score mixer
Maria Newman .... musician
Jeffrey Pollack .... music consultant
Patrick Russ .... orchestrator
Tim Sexton .... executive music producer
Transportation Department
Chris Basso .... production van driver/generator operator
Dan Brizendine .... transportation captain
Bobby Enriquez .... driver
Other crew
Stanley Brossette .... unit publicist
Melissa K. Cooper .... production secretary
Patricia L. DeShields .... production accountant (as Patsy De Shields)
Mark J. Levenstein .... accountant: additional photography
Richard M. Newkirk .... stand-in: Richard Gere
Sharron Reynolds .... script supervisor
Linda Seger .... script consultant
Burton Sharp .... adr group coordinator
Romany Turner .... set production assistant
Nadia Venesse .... additional dialect coach: Lena Olin
Carey Goldstein .... stand-in (uncredited)

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Rated R for language
114 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Richard Gere's character rides a Triumph Bonneville motorcycle in the movie. San Diego Antique Motorcycle Club president Art Bishop lent his Triumph Bonneville to the film makers for a scene at short notice. Eagle-eyed filmgoers may spot that Bishop's bike is a 1977 750cc T140 Triumph Bonneville whilst a 1966 650cc T120 Triumph Bonneville is in scenes shot earlier. Both Triumphs are finished in blue and white.See more »
Continuity: Mr. Jones's walk on the top of the roof at the beginning of the film has him walking South along the ridge. His 'reprise' of that same walk, at the end of the film has him walking East along a ridge. The whole roof line changed completely from earlier in the film. Construction on top of the gable is now not there.See more »
Mr. Jones:[crying] I can't... I can't stop the sadness.See more »
Movie Connections:
References "The Addams Family" (1964)See more »


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12 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
He took her away...on the fly., 20 March 2005
Author: mdefranc from NY

In this intense and emotional tale of compassion, rescue and love, director Mike Figgis portrays the antithesis of the Richard Gere he had shown us three years before Mr. Jones' release: A needy, fragile, unstable yet creative and fascinating character versus the sinister, cold-blooded and self-confident officer Dennis Peck in Internal Affairs.

Gere's ability to absorb the script and bring it to life through his inimitable histrionic demeanor has once again amazed me, bringing me into the scene as if I were observing from behind the camera. Another example of a woman assisting a man throughout his struggle is Figgis' Leavign Las Vegas, where Elizabeth Shue chooses to be by Nicholas Cages' side, with the exception of a very sad ending (In this case we had pills instead of bottles). From Final Analysis, Gear switches into the patient's role, making us hold our breath and, needless to say, get a good use out of our handkerchiefs.

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