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Director:
Writers:
Josh Goldstein (screenplay)
Josh Goldstein (story)
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Release Date:
5 March 2000 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
Sydney Clarke is a spoiled famous actress who is shooting a film when she suddenly gets angry and storms off... See more » | Add synopsis »
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"I have a splinter in my butt." See more (4 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Sela Ward ... Sydney Clarke, aka Cheryl Belson
Rebecca Jenkins ... Joyce McMurphy

Andrew Jackson ... Ryan Steele

Jane Curtin ... Fran

John Slattery ... Ben Cameron

Carlo Rota ... Harry Goldberg

Vince Corazza ... Pete Cameron (as Vincent Corazza)

Nigel Bennett ... Carter Hale
Rhonda McLean ... CeeCee Cameron
Cliff Saunders ... Otis
Kathryn MacLellan ... Brenda
Karl Pruner ... Dick Baker
Dave Nichols ... Richard
Brock Ward ... Walter
Leslie Carlson ... Man at Station
Susan Quinn ... Make-up Girl (as Susan Dalton)

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Ginger
Mark Graham ... Victor

Patricia Zentilli ... Allison Hampton
Leslie Graham ... Sydney's Stand-In

Billy Khoury ... George
Sally Holst ... Fan

John Allen McLean ... Puck
Brandon McCarvell ... Child Actor
Leo Jessome ... Passerby

Brian Jamieson ... Kirby
John Harold Cail ... Man at Nurse Station
Sherry Devanney ... Sydney's Assistant (as Cherie Devanney)
Andrew MacVicar ... Jimmy Baker
Martha Irving ... Otis' Wife
Jon K. Loverin ... Sweeney
Mark A. Owen ... Beefy Worker (as Mark Owen)
Carroll Godsman ... Sweeney's Wife
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Darcy Lindzon ... Still Mill Worker
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Directed by
Bob Clark 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Josh Goldstein  screenplay
Josh Goldstein  story
Paul Eric Myers 
Jonathan Prince  screenplay
Jonathan Prince  story

Produced by
Carole Bloom .... executive producer
Tracey Dodokin .... producer
David McLeod .... producer
Sandie Pereira .... line producer
Judy Ranan .... supervising producer
Joseph Singer .... producer
Sela Ward .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Mark Pont 
Paul Zaza 
 
Cinematography by
Miklós Lente 
 
Film Editing by
Stan Cole 
 
Casting by
Tina Gerussi 
Amy Lippens 
 
Production Design by
Wendy Morrow 
 
Set Decoration by
Tom Alway 
 
Costume Design by
Mary E. McLeod 
 
Production Management
Kimberly A. Dickens .... production manager: second unit
Lisa Kalushner .... post-production supervisor
Sandie Pereira .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ricky Friedman .... first assistant director (as Richard Friedman)
Louise Renault .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Teresita Doucet .... property master
Laura MacNutt .... assistant art director
Terry Quennell .... draftsman
Gabriele Schnutgen .... head scenic artist
Chris Sibley-Hale .... stand-by carpenter
 
Sound Department
Sylvain Arseneault .... boom operator
Marc H. Beaulieu .... sound
Paul Shikata .... sound effects editor
Orest Sushko .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Gary Coates .... special effects coordinator
 
Stunts
Randy Boliver .... stunt coordinator
Sandra Cole .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Forbes MacDonald .... camera operator
Robert J. Petrie .... gaffer
Jordan Schella .... electrician
Lawrence Willett .... electrician
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jennifer Ellis .... costume set supervisor
Constance Moerman .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
David Crozier .... assistant editor
Ed Ham .... on-line editor
 
Music Department
Peter Breiner .... conductor
 
Transportation Department
Kristin Arason .... driver: cast
Helen Taylor .... driver
 
Other crew
Khalid Banoujaafar .... location manager
Mohamed Benhmamane .... location manager
Josée Brodeur .... production accountant
Richard Colp .... craft service
Lyne DuFort .... assistant: Mr. Clark
Leslie Graham .... stand-in
Phil Hatcher .... production assistant
Tracey Hatcher .... assistant production coordinator
Kurt Miles Joudrey .... production assistant
Lisa Shamata .... unit publicist
Jasan Sherman .... location manager
Kim Stewart .... production secretary
Darren Winter .... security coordinator
Chris Brown .... production assistant (uncredited)
 

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Spain:97 min | USA:120 min (including commercials)
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The Candlestick Pins, that were in the movie are one of three different bowling games in Canada using the smaller bowling bowls. The other games are 5 Pins and Duck Pins.See more »
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5 out of 37 people found the following review useful.
"I have a splinter in my butt.", 12 July 2004
Author: jjr3929 from USA

I just finished watching this painful Sunday film. My son was married on Saturday, and I was too tired to leave the couch and to click the remote. What a simple, predictable story. I never liked Sela Ward, who is one of the worst actors ever. Even a ton of red lipstick does not help. Anyone who knows mill workers, especially steel workers, sees the flaws in this. First of all, a steel town is not a charming, storybook place to live. Bowling, community theatre, a cozy dinner place at film's end were silly. In this economy Hollywood money would not save a dying industry! And the workers in line for splinter-in-the-butt removal and other such ailments -- dumb, dumb, dumb! Hiring her as a nurse in a steel mill where serious accidents DO happen was unreal and dangerous. And that white-haired, panty-waist Ben -- was that his name? What a crummy job acting! His supposed-to-be dynamic speeches and serious looks were hilarious, and Ward's portions were miserable. Near the end when the assortment of characters was-were speaking - ugh! How bad was that? And Fran -- horrible acting. What a way to end a perfect weekend. This destined for a tour of Lifetime film is awful so do not waste your time. It was not even sleep-inducing -- way more painful than "a splinter in the butt"! I cannot believe I actually wrote that stoopid word I never say. See what this did to me. Avoid this garbage.

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