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Writers (WGA):
Ronald Bass (written by) and
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Release Date:
7 January 2000 (Italy) See more »
Tagline:
What if you had two lives at once. What if you knew that one life took place only in your dreams. What if you didn't know which life was real.
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A psychological romantic thriller where fantasy and reality become indistinguishable for a woman leading a double life in her dreams. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Ackland: Demi Moore Is Not Very Bright
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Cast

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Directed by
Alain Berliner 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Ronald Bass (written by) (as Ron Bass) and
David Field (written by)

Produced by
Ronald Bass .... producer (as Ron Bass)
William Kepper .... executive producer
Andre Lamal .... co-producer
Gary Lucchesi .... executive producer
Robin O'Hara .... line producer: New York
Tom Rosenberg .... producer
Carole Scotta .... producer
Sigurjon Sighvatsson .... executive producer
Ted Tannebaum .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Randy Edelman 
 
Cinematography by
Eduardo Serra (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Anne V. Coates 
 
Casting by
Deborah Aquila 
Sarah Finn  (as Sarah Halley Finn)
 
Production Design by
Pierre-François Limbosch 
 
Set Decoration by
Jacques Aucomte 
Philippe Léveque 
Anne-Charlotte Vimont 
 
Costume Design by
Valérie Pozzo di Borgo  (as Valérie Pozzo Di Borgo)
 
Makeup Department
Judith Gayo .... supervising makeup artist
Christian Gruau .... supervising hair stylist
Nicki Ledermann .... key makeup artist: New York
Jacques Stephane Lempire .... hair stylist: New York (as Stephan Lempire)
Olivia Lequimener .... makeup artist
Mario Messere .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Vincent Canart .... unit production manager
Walter Cohen .... assistant unit production manager: New York
Olivier Dubois .... assistant unit production manager
Trish Hofmann .... unit production manager: New York
James McQuaide .... post-production supervisor
Tal Meirson .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
George Every .... second assistant director
Coralie Fargeat .... second second assistant director
Dylan Hopkins .... second second assistant director: New York
Douglas Law .... first assistant director
Peter Leto .... second assistant director: New York
J. Miller Tobin .... first assistant director: New York (as Miller Tobin)
 
Art Department
François Aïssa .... construction
Karla J. Bailey .... stand-by scenic: New York (as Karla Bailey)
Céline Barray .... lead greensperson
Nicolas Barray .... painter
Bernard Boivin .... construction coordinator
Jean-Michel Boivin .... construction
Olivier Bordes .... construction
Gilles Boutemps .... chief sculptor
Jérome Clavier .... painter
Daniel Clerici .... construction
Pascal Clément .... painter
Todd Cole .... set dresser: New York
Didier Copp .... painter
Bruno de Dieuleveut .... storyboard artist (as Bruno De Dieuleveult)
Céline De Streel .... assistant designer
Nicolas Decaux .... construction
Christian Delhôme .... sculptor (as Christian Delhome)
Nicolas Derieux .... construction
Christine Descloitres .... scenic artist
Matt Duncan .... set dresser: New York
Chantal Dupin .... painter
Sylvain Dupuy .... greensperson
Jean-Maurice Eschrich .... painter
Nick Evans .... set decorator: New York
Eric Frion .... construction
Hervé Gallet .... assistant designer
Olivier Gory .... construction
Deborah Greene .... assistant props: New York
Christian Guillebaud .... construction
Daniel Hoffmann .... construction coordinator
Julius Hoffmann .... construction
Franck Hugot .... property master
Sophie Hutin .... greensperson
Benedicte Joffre .... wallpaper person
Georges N. Krivobok .... set dresser: New York (as George Krivobok)
Olivier Legardeur .... construction
Alan Mamet .... set dresser: New York
Lydia Marks .... shopper: New York
Stéphanie Martineau .... painter
Yann Megard .... assistant designer
Igor Mollet .... key carpenter
Philippe Nicolas .... construction
Mariah Nielson .... art department intern
Daniel Ouellette .... art director: New York (as Dan Ouellette)
Frédéric Perron .... construction
Aliocha Pican .... construction
Jean-Francois Pillot .... construction
Manuel Poulain .... construction
Thierry Poulet .... painter
Franck Proix .... model constructor
Dave Reardon .... lead person: New York
Thierry Rene .... construction
Samuel Rionde .... art department intern
Jean-Paul Salaun .... painter
Philippe Salle .... construction
David Shanker .... property master: New York
Juan-Carlos Soler .... model constructor
Alain Troulard .... construction
Bruno Viguet-Carrin .... painter
Cathy Wassylenko .... scenic artist: New York
 
Sound Department
Gary Alexander .... sound re-recording mixer
Rick Ash .... sound re-recording mixer
Steve Copley .... foley supervisor
Dean Drabin .... adr mixer
Kira Edmunds .... assistant sound editor
David Giammarco .... supervising sound editor
Galen Goodpaster .... assistant sound editor
Robert Grieve .... sound effects editor
Michael Haight .... dialogue editor
Dennis Hill .... sound re-recordist
Ludovic Hénault .... sound (as Ludovic Henault)
Jonathan Klein .... assistant sound editor
Jean-Luc Laborde .... boom operator
Alan Manger .... sound utility: New York
Brian Miksis .... sound mixer: New York
Michael Primmer .... boom operator: New York (as Mike Primmer)
Michelle Schubert .... foley assistant
John Sievert .... foley artist
Larry Spotts .... sound re-recordist
Cary Stratton .... adr recordist
John Switzer .... post-production sound coordinator
Alexandre Verwaerde .... sound trainee
James Wright .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Christophe Penchenat .... assistant sound (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Ronan Broudin .... digital compositor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Gilles Conseil .... stunts
Philippe Guégan .... stunt coordinator (as Philippe Guegan)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Claude Atanassian .... chief lighting technician
Gilles Atanassian .... lighting technician
Jean Atanassian .... lighting technician
Michel Atanassian .... lighting technician
Robby Baumgartner .... chief lighting technician: New York (as Robert Baumgartner)
Florent Bazin .... first assistant camera
Paul Beauchemin .... still photographer: New York
Philippe Bessy .... crane operator
Alexandre Bon .... aerial assistant camera
Bernard Brégier .... first company grip
Gerard Buffard .... grip
Geb Byers .... assistant camera: New York
Carlos Carrera .... grip
Daniel Cournoyer .... second company grip: New York (as Dan Cournoyer)
Anthony J. Cox .... grip: New York (as Anthony Cox)
Stéphane Cry .... lighting technician
Pascal Delaunay .... grip
Dan Denitto .... dolly grip: New York (as Daniel De Nitto)
Jay Eckardt .... camera loader: New York (as Jay Eckardt)
Robert K. Feldmann .... first company grip: New York (as Robert Feldman)
James J. Ferris .... generator operator: New York (as James Ferris)
David Grinberg .... second assistant camera
Nicolas Herdt .... additional camera operator
Lee Kazista .... second assistant photographer: New York
Maddy Lederman .... lighting technician: New York
Jim McConkey .... Steadicam operator: New York
Patrick Morch .... generator operator (as Patrick Morsch)
Anne Nicolet .... additional assistant camera
Eric Nové .... grip (as Eric Nove)
Jean-Philippe Polo .... third assistant camera
Tom Potoskie .... assistant chief lighting technician: New York (as Thomas Potoskie)
Robert Raposa .... grip: New York
Charlet Recors .... aerial camera operator
Marcel Renult .... grip
Bruno Seffino .... lighting technician
Jamie Silverstein .... camera operator: New York
Yves Vandermeeren .... camera operator
Justin Vanson .... grip: New York
Andrew T. Watts .... lighting technician: New York (as Andrew Watts)
Isabelle Weingarten .... still photographer
David Norris .... camera operator: Wescam camera (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Stéphane Batut .... casting: France
Lori Eastside .... extras casting: New York
Barbara Harris .... adr voice casting
Barbara Fiorentino .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Dayna Polehanki .... casting associate (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Natalya V. Aikens .... assistant costume designer: New York (as Natalya Khorover)
Bernadette Beaudet .... assistant costume designer
Florine François .... wardrobe supervisor
Alice Levy .... wardrobe supervisor: New York
Marianne Vally .... seamstress
Deirdre N. Williams .... wardrobe supervisor: New York (as Dierdre Nicola Williams)
 
Editorial Department
Robert Berman .... second assistant editor
Michel Bouchot .... second assistant editor
Andrew Buckland .... assistant film editor: New York
Joanne Canady .... editorial coordinator: Fontaine Productions
Pamela Chmiel .... assistant film editor: New York (as Pam Chmiel)
Peter Kwong .... post-production assistant
Christine Marier .... second assistant editor
Elizabeth Qually .... post-production coordinator
Theresa Repola Mohammed .... negative cutter
Liz Roe .... second assistant editor
Stephen R. Sheridan .... color timer (as Steve Sheridan)
Robb Sullivan .... first assistant editor
Robert Sullivan .... first assistant editor
 
Music Department
Elton Ahi .... score mixer
Elton Ahi .... score recordist
David Bondelevitch .... music editor (as David J. Bondelevitch)
Ralph Ferraro .... orchestrator
Christopher S. Parker .... music supervisor
Jay B. Richardson .... music editor (as Jay Richardson)
 
Transportation Department
Michael Andriani .... driver: New York
Brian Buck .... driver: New York
William Michael Buckman .... transportation co-captain: New York
Jean-Paul Chanon .... driver
Kerry Clark .... parking coordinator: New York (as Kerry L. Clark)
Tom Crowe .... driver: New York
Michael Fennell .... driver: New York (as Michael D. Fennell)
Jean-Jacques Graslin .... driver
Johan Graslin .... driver
Robert Graslin .... driver
James Kelly .... driver: New York
Jean-Baptiste Kittel .... driver
Tom Leavey .... transportation captain: New York
Gerard Maggio .... driver: New York (as Gerard Magio)
Marc Manojlovic .... driver
Emilio Mateo .... driver
Philippe Mayer .... transportation coordinator
Brett Michael .... driver: New York (as Bret Michel)
Jean-Marc Rader .... driver
Ed Trebotica .... driver: New York
Tim Woods .... driver: New York
 
Other crew
Irvin Andrew .... production assistant: New York
Nina Andronikof .... production assistant
Teddy Au .... first assistant accountant: New York
Lionel Baudu .... location assistant
Fréderic Beguin .... stand-in
Fayçal Belamri .... security officer
Olivier Bouthillier .... product placement: Marques et Films
Michel Burstein .... unit publicist
Pierre-Arnaud Buzzi .... location assistant
Eric Caillez .... security officer
Béatrice Cavet .... stand-in
Stéphane Chabaud .... security officer
Sylvie Chevereau-Marchais .... production accountant
Thierry Chuinard .... location assistant
Kathy Ciric .... assistant location manager: New York
Walter Cohen .... location manager: New York
Natasha Conklin .... production assistant: New York
Daneen Lagrone Conroy .... assistant: Ms. Moore (as Daneen Conroy)
Jessica Neven Du Mont .... production assistant
Nathalie Ducruet .... production secretary
Sybil Nicolas Eprendre .... location manager (as Sybil Nicolas-Eprendre)
Sean Garrett Fogel .... production coordinator: New York (as Sean Fogel)
Sébastien Gautherin .... location assistant
Didier Genest .... caterer
Laurie Gershon .... product placement
Ginger Gonzalez .... production assistant: New York
Jason K. Grey .... location assistant: New York
Geneviève Grousset .... caterer
Jean-Louise Grousset .... caterer
Mark Hagerman .... production assistant: New York
Douglas Hansen .... production financing: Paribas Entertainment Finance Group
Zoe Isaacson .... location assistant: New York
Margaret Jacobs .... production assistant: New York
Martin Jaubert .... assistant location manager
Michael Johnson .... production accountant: New York
Sandra Joubeaud .... production coordinator
Erica Kay .... assistant production coordinator: New York
Jean Labille .... chief locksmith
Rachid Larfa .... security officer
Stephane Lesmond .... visual effects video assist
Mike Mathieu .... security coordinator
Michael Mendelsohn .... financial consultant: Patriot Advisors
John Milan .... production financing: Paribas Entertainment Finance Group
Colleen Nybo .... post-production accountant
Maryse Ody .... payroll accountant
Franklin Pedrosa .... location assistant
Ayache Perkani .... security officer
Marie-Laure Pessemesse .... security officer
David Piechaczek .... security officer
Julien Pruvot .... location assistant (as Julien Provot)
Els Rastelli .... script supervisor
Mark Reinking .... assistant: Ms. Moore (as Hunter Reinking)
Franck Sauboua .... assistant location manager (as Franck Sauboua-Suraud)
Franck Scala .... locksmith
Bear Schmidt .... location assistant: New York (as Brian C. Schmidt)
Ted Shields .... production assistant: New York
Anthony Streicher .... assistant: Mr. Lamal
Michael Taylor .... script supervisor: New York
Celine Voitey .... production assistant
Elise Voitey .... production coordinator
Michael L. Walker .... production assistant: New York (as Michael Walker)
Stan Wiencko .... production assistant: New York (as Stan Wienko)
Michael Williams .... craft service assistant: New York
Tim Wood .... assistant: Ms. Moore
Christophe Zofer .... caterer
Laurie Gershon .... clearances: New York (uncredited)
Andy Jagerson .... production assistant (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Robert L. Benun .... thanks
Christine Buckley .... thanks
Jim Goodkind .... thanks
Anne-Séverine Liotard .... thanks (as Anne Séverine Liotard)
Renée Mancuso .... thanks
Elizabeth Schimmel .... thanks
Richard S. Wright .... thanks
 
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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for scenes of sexuality
Runtime:
105 min | Finland:101 min | Germany:96 min (TV version)
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Trivia:
Joss Ackland has admitted he only did the film for the money and found the script "awful".See more »
Quotes:
William Granther:Always do what you wish you could.See more »
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References Julia and Julia (1987)See more »
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My Favorite Things (1959)See more »

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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
A tale of duality, 6 July 2000
Author: filmfanatic from Dayton, Ohio

In Alain Berliner's (Ma Vie en Rose) new film PASSION OF MIND Demi Moore (G.I. Jane) is torn between reality and a dream. When we first meet her she is Marie a mother of two daughters living in the French country side and reviewing books for a stateside paper. She lives as a recluse, pretty much, except for a friend (Sinead Cusack) who helps her deal with personal problems, including the death of her husband. We assume that Marie has some deep emotional problems but it isn't until she goes to sleep that we find out just how deep those problems are. You see, when Marie goes to sleep she dreams she is Marty, a New York literary agent. Marty is single and very independent. She has no children and is very passionate about her work. Marty has no time for relationships and keeps everyone at a safe distance emotionally. But, you can see in her face that she to has a secret. Yes, that's right when Marty goes to sleep at night she dreams she is Marie. Both Marie and Marty are fully aware of the other but neither knows which is dream and which is reality.

It is here that the story starts to get interesting. Marie meets William (Stellan Skarsgard,) an author whose book Marie panned. William, almost stalking, shows up one day and befriends one of Maries daughters and eventually works his way into Maries heart. Meanwhile, Marty encounters Aaron (William Fichtner,) an accountant doing business with her firm, who has an immediate attraction to her. And, just like Marie, Marty begins to have feelings for Aaron.

Marie and Marty begin to realize they are in love. But, which one is real? In both lives there are therapists trying to help solve this very problem. Both Marie and Marty can feel each other's love. We, as the viewer, feel it too! Neither woman allows their respective men to get too close, believing something bad may happen if either of them are awakened in the middle of the night. Both women realize that their relationships cannot last like this. They must figure out which is reality and which is dream. If they make the wrong decision all could be lost. We try to decide, as well, which is real and which is dream. It's not until we start to unlock the past that we find out if we have made the right decision.

The writers (Ron Bass and David Field,) do a great job using the dream world to show how some people deal with traumatic events in their past by suppressing them into their subconscious. Everyone and everything in the dream life represents something significant in the real life past. The cinematography is also wonderful. Eduardo Serra (What Dreams May Come, The Wings of The Dove) shoots the French scenery marvelously making it seem very tranquil, while giving Manhattan a dark, cold and very overwhelming feeling. The director, Berliner, then takes this material and crafts it into a tale of duality, where one woman locks her feelings deep in her own mind and takes them out only in the privacy of her dreams.

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