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16 April 1999 (USA) See more »
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No one's ever been so good at being so bad.
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Ben and Sandra are hot and provocative lovers, but Sandra is unfortunately married to Ben's younger brother Jake... See more » | Add synopsis »
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"Image is everything" See more (51 total) »

Cast

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Patricia Arquette ... Sandra Dunmore

Dermot Mulroney ... Jake Dunmore

Mary-Louise Parker ... Peggy Blane

Ellen DeGeneres ... Sgt. Rita Pompano

Ray McKinnon ... Rollins

Alex Rocco ... Det. Crowley

Don Johnson ... Ben Dunmore
Andre Gregory ... Rev. Finlayson

John Neville ... Bradley

JoNell Kennedy ... Evelyn (as Jo Nell Kennedy)
Akane Nelson ... Receptionist

Kevin Cooney ... Company Man #1

Will Stewart ... Dennis

Nina Siemaszko ... Newscaster

David Brisbin ... Mr. Brodsky

Lisa Eichhorn ... Mrs. Brodsky

George Furth ... Mr. Merritt

Barry Newman ... Sen. Lassetter

Michael Krawic ... Medical Examiner

Max Perlich ... Will

Quincy Smith ... Larry (as Quincy Samuel Smith)
Sabi Dorr ... Austrian Banker
Andi Chapman ... Cop

John Prosky ... Forensic Cop

Richard T. Jones ... Detective One

Michael P. Byrne ... Detective Two
Michael William James ... Detective Three

Frances Bay ... Old Woman
Pavel Cerny ... Cabbie

Ernie Lively ... Sheriff

Danny Goldring ... Forensic Officer

Rob LaBelle ... Minister

Leslie Jordan ... Homer

Lou Myers ... Police Captain

Doug Spinuzza ... Gang-Banger

Lee Weaver ... Old Codger

Newell Alexander ... Minister #2
Molly Hager ... Young Girl #2
Gerald T. Olson ... Politician

Kenneth Moskow ... Commercial Guy
Bruce Rogers ... Choir Conductor
Mary Lippman ... Joan
Ken Lam ... Coroner's Assistant
Darrick Collins ... Police Officer #1

Marcus Shirock ... Police Officer #2
Charles Gladney ... Cop at College
Lisa Cohen ... Battered Woman

Chic Daniel ... Det. Daniel
Jay B. Yarnel ... Det. Yarnell
Mike Singer ... Company Man #2
Gary Sear ... Company Man #3
Erin Keim ... Young Girl #3
Angela Blattenberger ... Girls' Chorus Member
Bianca Davis ... Girls' Chorus Member
Demi Dustman ... Girls' Chorus Member
Jenna Escoto ... Girls' Chorus Member

Courtney Hansen ... Girls' Chorus Member
Candace Kovacic ... Girls' Chorus Member
Juliana Kubicki ... Girls' Chorus Member
Britney Mahurin ... Girls' Chorus Member
Kellie Roberson ... Girls' Chorus Member

Julie Shapiro ... Girls' Chorus Member
Ashley Thornton ... Girls' Chorus Member
Natalie Thornton ... Girls' Chorus Member
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Roger Ferreira ... Police Photoapher

Steffanie Busey ... Flower girl (uncredited)
Jason Thomas Campbell ... Office Gopher (uncredited)

Vincent Gallo ... Mike (uncredited)

Directed by
Roland Joffé 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Ron Peer (story)

Ron Peer (screenplay) and
Joel Cohen (screenplay) &
Alec Sokolow (screenplay)

Produced by
Jonathan Cornick .... co-executive producer
Chris Daniel .... producer
Patrick McDarrah .... producer
Alexandra Milchan .... producer
Arnon Milchan .... executive producer
Michael G. Nathanson .... executive producer
Gerald T. Olson .... line producer
Ron Peer .... co-producer
Joel Roodman .... producer
Jeremiah Samuels .... line producer: reshoots
Van Spurgeon .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
John Ottman 
 
Cinematography by
Dante Spinotti 
 
Film Editing by
William Steinkamp 
 
Casting by
Joseph Middleton 
Shari Rhodes 
 
Production Design by
Stewart Starkin 
 
Art Direction by
Bruce Alan Miller 
 
Set Decoration by
Tessa Posnansky 
 
Costume Design by
Theadora Van Runkle 
 
Makeup Department
Fríða Aradóttir .... hair stylist: Ms. DeGeneres (as Frida Aradóttir)
Stacey K. Black .... additional assistant hair stylist
Jill Cady .... makeup artist: Ms. Parker
Jill Crosby .... hair stylist: Ms. Parker
Karen Kawahara .... makeup artist: Ms. DeGeneres
Barbara Lorenz .... hair stylist
James MacKinnon .... prosthetic and makeup effects designer (as James Robert MacKinnon)
Kaori N. Turner .... body makeup artist (as Kaori Turner)
Debbie Zoller .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
David Minkowski .... production supervisor
Gerald T. Olson .... unit production manager
Livia Pérez-Borrero .... production supervisor: re-shoots
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Rosemary C. Cremona .... second assistant director
Jim Goldthwait .... second second assistant director
Gregory Jacobs .... assistant director
Gerald T. Olson .... second unit director
 
Art Department
P. Scott Bailey .... lead man
Earl F. Betts .... propmaker foreman
Gae S. Buckley .... set designer
Robert J. Carlyle .... construction coordinator
Tony Chavez .... carpenter
William Davidson .... general foreman (as William 'Roscoe' Davidson)
Steven DeSantis .... stage foreman
Carl A. DiSalvo .... laborer
Eva Eastman .... art department assistant
Tracy Farrington .... property master
Gerald Gates Jr. .... lead scenic (as Gerald J. Gates)
Frederika Gray .... stand-by painter
Robert Hale .... painter
Michael Hohnson .... on-set dresser
Michael Johnson .... swing gang
Dane Junod .... assistant property master
Maureen Kropf .... second lead scenic
Gerald Lehtola .... art department coordinator
Patrick Lozano .... labor foreman (as Patrick Lozand)
Caryn Marcus .... first assistant props
R. Patrick McGee .... swing gang (as Pat McGee)
Joseph Musso .... production illustrator
Caroline Quinn .... set designer
Doug Sieck .... swing gang
Bobby Thomas .... set dresser
John Wong .... storyboard
Dane Zillox .... second assistant props
Alex Perez .... graphic artist (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Jim Albert .... sound engineer
Wayne Artman .... sound re-recording mixer
Javier Bennassar .... sound effects editor
Laurel Bridges .... boom operator
Dorian Cheah .... sound effects editor
Benjamin L. Cook .... sound effects editor (as Benjamin Cook)
Louis Creveling .... dialogue editor
Ken Dufva .... foley walker
Lisle Engle .... sound effects editor
Mary Erstad .... foley mixer
David Lee Fein .... foley walker (as David Fein)
Alan Freedman .... adr mixer
Cormac Funge .... supervising sound effects editor
Jason George .... dialogue editor
Gregory M. Gerlich .... supervising sound editor
Danielle Ghent .... dialogue editor (as Danielle Ghent-Fiorello)
Patrick Giraudi .... additional sound re-recording mixer
David Grant .... dialogue editor
Brian Harman .... sound recordist
Robert L. Harman .... sound re-recording mixer (as Robert Harman)
Daniel Harvey .... mixing engineer
Daniel Harvey .... recording engineer
Robert Jackson .... dialogue editor
Frank Jones .... sound re-recording mixer
Thomas Jones .... dialogue editor
Ossama Khuluki .... foley walker
Steven Klinghoffer .... sound utility
David Mann .... foley editor
Derek Marcil .... sound re-recording mixer
Diane Marshall .... foley walker
Russell McAbee .... sound utility
Michael Mullane .... foley editor
Michael Mullane .... sound editor
Brian Pierret .... sound recordist
Andy Potvin .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby Stereo
Yuri Reese .... dialogue editor
John Ross .... sound re-recording mixer
Michael John Ross .... sound re-recording mixer
Susan Shin .... supervising adr editor
Walter Spencer .... dialogue editor
Kelly Vandever .... additional sound re-recording mixer
Mathew Waters .... sound re-recording mixer
Pawel Wdowczak .... sound mixer
James Wright .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby Stereo
 
Special Effects by
George Deveau .... assistant special effects coordinator
Andrew Kerr .... special effects assistant
Gregory S. Lewis .... special effects assistant
Creg Morrison .... special effects assistant
Philippe Reinaudo .... technical supervisor
G. Bruno Stempel .... special effects coordinator (as Bruno Stempel)
Joseph Van Wickler .... special effects assistant
Jerry D. Williams .... special effects co-coordinator (as Jerry Williams)
 
Visual Effects by
Annie Dautane .... digital production supervisor
Arassou Kichenassamy .... operator
Jean Baptiste Lère .... CG artist
Olivia Moreau .... digital production coordinator
Eve Ramboz .... visual effects
Philippe Reinaudo .... technical supervisor
Michael Roy .... stage manager
Jean-Marie Vives .... digital matte painting artist
 
Stunts
Rick Barker .... stunts
Eliza Coleman .... stunts
Gilbert B. Combs .... stunts (as Gil Combs)
Scott Alan Cook .... stunts
Chic Daniel .... stunts
J. Mark Donaldson .... stunts (as Mark Donaldson)
Glory Fioramonti .... stunts
Louie Franco .... stunt arranger
Louis John Franco .... stunts
John Hateley .... stunts
Randall Huber .... stunts
Brett A. Jones .... stunts (as Brett Jones)
Donna Keegan .... stunts
Paul M. Lane .... stunts
Shawn Lane .... stunt performer
Cotton Mather .... stunts
Rick Seaman .... stunts
Tony Snegoff .... stunts
Nancy Thurston .... stunts
Jennifer Watson-Johnston .... stunts (as Jennifer Watson)
Eddie Yansick .... stunts
Merritt Yohnka .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
James W. Apted .... assistant camera
Marc Asmode .... assistant camera: close range aerial
Michael Barrere .... dolly grip
Bobby Brown .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
George Cacamise .... grip
Glenn DiVincenzo .... steadicam
Robert Duggan .... key rigging grip (as Bob Duggan)
Jeff Enneking .... electrician
Mark Fellman .... still photographer
Chris Garcia .... camera loader
Gerrit Garretsen .... dolly grip
Michael E. Gips .... electrician
Peter Gulla .... b camera operator
Mark Gutterud .... extra camera assistant
Gary Jay .... camera operator
Manny Jimenez .... grip (as Manuel Jimenez II)
Jed Levy .... rigging best boy
John R. Manocchia .... electrician (as John Manocchia)
Duane Manwiller .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Larry Markart .... video playback operator
Jeff McGrath .... assistant chief lighting technician
Alexandre Naufel .... set lighting
Kevin Nenonen .... electrician
Vincent O'Carroll .... rigging gaffer
Jeffrey W. Petersen .... chief lighting technician
Louis Prezelin .... aerial camera operator: close range
Richard Redlin .... best boy grip
Scott M. Robinson .... key grip (as Scott Robinson)
Kyle Rudolph .... director of photography: second unit
Jorge Sánchez .... assistant camera
Ronald Vidor .... Steadicam operator
Christian Waelder .... grip
Richard Kelley .... assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Rich King .... extras casting
Michelle Morris .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Deena Appel .... additional costumes
Christine L. Cantella .... costumer (as Christine Cantella)
Tangi Crawford .... set costumer
Deborah Myles Davis .... set costumer
Cherlyn Lanning .... assistant costume designer
Thomas E. Mastrolia .... set costumer
Gilda Texter .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Richard Francis-Bruce .... additional editor
Mo Henry .... negative cutter
Robert C. Lusted .... first assistant editor (as Robert Charles Lusted)
Jennifer Mangan .... assistant editor: avid
David Orr .... color timer
James Schermerhorn .... post-production assistant editor (as Jim Schermerhorn)
Karl F. Steinkamp .... assistant editor (as Karl Steinkamp)
Debra L. Tennant .... assistant editor
Michael T. Wilson .... first assistant editor
 
Music Department
Damon Cohoon .... assistant music editor
Lawrence Czoka .... music preparation (as Larry Czoka)
Harold Daughtery .... choral music consultant (as Dr. Harold Daughtery)
Tracey E. Edmonds .... music supervisor (as Tracey Edmonds)
John Finklea .... music editor: temp music
Sienna Finklea .... music editor: temp music
Amanda Goodpaster .... music editor
Larry Groupé .... conductor
Larry Groupé .... orchestrator
Damon Intrabartolo .... orchestrator
Damon Intrabartolo .... score supervisor
Lisa Jaime .... additional music editor
Frank Macchia .... orchestrator
Michael McQuarn .... music supervisor
John Ottman .... orchestrator
Bruce Rogers .... conductor: Mountainside Master Chorale
Bruce Rogers .... conductor: Mt. San Antonio College and Madrigal Singers
David Sabee .... music contractor
Larry Groupé .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Bonnie Alden .... driver
George Alden .... driver
Richard Burch .... driver
Clandon Clenard .... driver
K.C. Crain .... driver
Daniel Deprest .... driver
Spencer Foster .... driver
Robert Frank .... driver
Greg Friedkin .... driver
J. Armin Garza II .... driver: camera car
Barry E. Golob .... driver (as Barry Golob)
Wayne R. Griffith .... driver (as Wayne Griffith)
Phil Hedley .... driver
Kevin Hudis .... driver
Richard Lengle .... driver
Craig Lietzke .... transportation captain
Judy Lietzke .... driver
Glen R. Polzel .... driver (as Glen Polzel)
Dick Rust .... driver
Patsy Rust .... driver
Beverly Seifert .... driver
David Shaffer .... transportation coordinator (as David Shafer)
Steve Share .... driver (as Steven Share)
Todd Starks .... driver
Jon Tardino .... driver
David G. Todd .... production van operator
Jay E. Vigil .... driver (as Jay Vigil)
Sean Whitler .... driver
 
Other crew
Hilary Adahms .... stand-in
Tal Almog .... assistant: Ms. Milchan
Robert Aragon .... set production assistant
Bohnie Avanzino .... title designer: New Wave Entertainment
John Baumhauer .... production assistant
Shauna Beal .... assistant: Mr. Milchan
Gabriel Benvenuto .... playback research assistant (as Gabe Benvenuto)
Stephen Bures .... assistant: Don Johnson
Casey Cavalier .... office production assistant: re-shoots
Maximillian Chow .... office production assistant
Christopher Claisse .... assistant coordinator
Kevin Collins .... location assistant
Chic Daniel .... police advisor
Bonnie Daniels .... production controller
Nawana Davis .... assistant: Ms. Parker
Darcy Desylvia .... assistant accountant
Mike Doyle .... set production assistant
Douglas Dresser .... location scout
James Ealy .... set medic
Terry J. Erdmann .... unit publicist
S.J. 'JoJo' Fieger .... production secretary
Jim Flowers .... key set production assistant
Mark Forbes .... animal trainer (as Mark Fourbes)
Robert Foulkes .... location scout
Mo Freeman .... set production assistant
Terry Goldman .... assistant: Mr. Ottman
Dan Gorman .... location manager: reshoots
Dan Gorman .... location scout
Stacey Gould .... assistant: Ms. Arquette
Diane Gutterud .... production coordinator
Kevin Halloran .... location manager
Ira Hurvitz .... script supervisor
Cristobel Jimenez .... assistant chef
Elizabeth Keener .... assistant: Mr. Mulroney
Matthew Klipper .... post-production accountant
Laurie Korins .... assistant: Ms. Milchan
Deborah Laub .... location manager: re-shoot
Marcus Le Bov .... production assistant
Christopher Lee .... assistant location manager
Bill Livingston .... office production assistant
Lucas Moore .... studio teacher
David Muscatine .... assistant accountant
Ben Pezzillo .... set production assistant
Cynthia Phillips .... first assistant accountant
Buz Presock .... set production assistant
Emmanuel Prévinaire .... pilot (as Emanuel Previnaire)
Rozzana Ramos .... assistant: Mr. Milchan (as Rozzana I. Ramos)
Lisa Rhoden .... assistant location manager
Cathleen Rowland .... voice coach (as Kathleen Rowland)
Nina Saxon .... title designer: New Wave Entertainment
Andrew Schaff .... assistant: Ms. Degeneres
Paul Schreiber .... assistant location manager
Takao Shibuya .... chef
Kelly A. Snyder .... production accountant (as Kelly Snyder)
Rebecca Sorgen .... accounting assistant
Chuck Speed .... production legal
Dallas Taylor .... craft service
Robert Thurlwell .... craft service
Thomas Traynor .... location assistant
Steve Trombatore .... paymaster
Jen Wall .... production assistant
Martine White .... additional location manager
Jerri Whiteman .... payroll accountant (as Jeri Whiteman)
Jodi Wille .... assistant: Mr. Joffe
Lennox Wiseley .... creative executive
Stephanie Wiseley .... assistant: Mr. Olson
Julian Del Valle .... balloon lights (uncredited)
Cynthia Matzger .... assistant: Mr. Joffe (uncredited
Steve Solomon .... animal trainer (uncredited)
Vincent A. Villanueva .... intern (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Al Salvi .... special thanks
 

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Also Known As:
"Patricia Arquette's Goodbye Lover" - Japan (English title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for sexuality, language and violence
Runtime:
102 min
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Trivia:
According to Ellen DeGeneres the film originally ended with her character being killed. Test audiences reacted badly to this, so she was called back to re-shoot the ending.See more »
Goofs:
Audio/visual unsynchronized: The pinball machine Mike plays has sound effects from the Donkey Kong video game.See more »
Quotes:
Sergeant Rita Pompano:Phew. Rough day, huh?See more »
Movie Connections:
Remade as Race (2008/I)See more »
Soundtrack:
Fill My Cup LordSee more »

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17 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
"Image is everything", 13 February 2002
Author: aarthur from East Bay, CA

"Goodbye Lover" is a quite good dark comedy about -- as Jake Dunmore says quoting his brother Ben -- "Image is everything." Everything in this movie is about image, and yet nothing is at it appears. And in this respect the very context of the movie sustains the content exceedingly well: it's a beautifully shot movie -- too pretty, in fact. So pretty it's easy to miss the fetidness just beneath the surface.

Almost every shot is too shiny, too glossy, too seamless, too meticulously composed. Many scenes are suffused with those ubiquitous cinematic blues and oranges contemporary DPs and directors like so much, but raised to such a degree that it almost enters the realm of the fanciful. Many other scenes are done in hi-tech blacks, whites, and grays. Everything is window dressing -- reality is nothing more than appearance, beautifully symbolized by mirrors everywhere. Lots of mirrors, shiny surfaces, glass & windows, all reflecting everyone to everyone else, a world of appearances without substance, without soul. And when people aren't being reflected in mirrors they're being framed behind glass, a diorama for display. The world is just one big department store window.

Yet just as a structurally crumbling, termite-ridden house can be painted to look pristine and beautiful, so does this shiny veneer hide the most vicious, rapacious, cynical behavior. Indeed, the world in which this takes place may look beautiful, but it is very very empty and ugly. And as such this is a kind of morality tale that shows the dangers to a society that lives strictly for appearance.

There are few movies I can think of which so excellently explore this tense boundary between the shiny packaging, and the rancid stuff it hides. As Ben Dunmore says, "People worry that it's a dangerous and sh*tty world. And it is our job to make it look safe and clean." Thus our hero works at a PR firm, packaging a morally bankrupt politician as a wholesome, devout family man; the president of the PR firm pretends to be a holy man -- a rather inherent contradiction; our two principals work in a church that obviously serves Mammon over anything else: religion is just another accoutrement, something to accessorize the soul; and then there's the wedding chapel in Las Vegas, where an unctuous smile sells ersatz sincerity. [Sorry.] Etc. (In fact, it's surprising how many such examples of this there are in the movie -- the writers were very inventive and consistent in coming up with such a profusion of image vs substance motifs.)

The only person in this world of appearances who doesn't belong, Detective Rollins, is a "F*cking Mook" -- as his partner, Sergeant Rita Pompano (Ellen Degeneres), calls him. For him, appearance *is* reality. His sincerity is regarded with mocking disbelief by everybody: he obviously doesn't understand the rules of the game that everyone else is playing. Even we, the audience, take sides against him -- that's how subtly subversive and well presented -- even seductive -- this world is.

And speaking of Ellen Degeneres, she is great in this movie. Others complain that she isn't funny or witty, merely insulting. But in one of those delightful twists where the line between fiction and reality dissolves, this is her payback for the flack she took from the forces of christian oppression after she came out of the closet. Ellen obviously relishes this role -- she mercilessly mocks her Mormon partner, gets to be a "guy" (and, for an attractive woman, she is laudably unattractive in this role), and, at the end of the movie, looks ridiculous when she dresses in "drag".

This may also be Don Johnson's best movie. For once he gets to play the kind of character he seems uniquely equipped to play: a high-end used car salesman, all style, all flash, sexy in his way, but empty and sleazy. It's very fitting that when he says he's "trying to get something real in his life", he unknowingly gets quite the opposite. And, since he wants to leave the game, he no longer belongs in this world -- and is appropriately removed from the game.

Sometimes the symbolism is a bit heavy-handed ("Go For It" billboard), as is the writing ("You need to go down on your knees for her." "Well, someone obviously did."). But it's all in good spirits, and I'm willing to accept its blemishes (as it were) 'cause it succeeds admirably in most other respects. And the acting in general is uniformly solid -- in fact, it's very well cast, even the curiously unfatale femme fatale Patricia Arquette.

The movie ends on a wonderfully humorous note to the tune of "Climb Every Mountain" as image thoroughly triumphs over substance, much as it does in real life -- which may be the reason this movie doesn't sit well with many people.

The filmmakers obviously had fun making this movie, and it shows. All in all, it's a very well-made, fun movie -- if you scratch its surface. [8/10]

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