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S.A. Halewood (writer)
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Release Date:
18 February 2000 (UK) See more »
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Sincere and moving, One More Kiss should inspire all those who see it. (****Empire). See more »
Plot:
When Sarah Hopson realizes her successful high-rise New York lifestyle is devoid of meaning, she packs... See more » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
1 win & 1 nomination See more »
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Not the most powerful or effective movie concerning its subject but it's originality and acting makes this movie worthwhile. See more (17 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Valerie Edmond ... Sarah

Gerard Butler ... Sam
Valerie Gogan ... Charlotte

James Cosmo ... Frank

Carl Proctor ... Barry
Danny Nussbaum ... Jude
Dilys Miller ... Mary
Ron Guthrie ... Robin
Michael Murray ... Market stall holder
Lori Manningham ... Michelangelo - Frank's dog

Hugh Wilson ... Frank's false teeth
Robyn Calloway ... Shirley (voice)

Robin Galloway ... Shirley (voice) (as Robyn Calloway)
Oscar Fullane ... Chef (as Oscar Fullone)
Simon Tickner ... Chef
Julian Jensen ... Opera singer
Kim Hicks ... Opera lover on stage
Tim Francis ... Opera lover on stage
Nigel Pegram ... Opera buff
Andrew Townsley ... Doctor Frith (as Andrew Townley)
Collette King ... Nurse King
Molly Maher ... Young Sarah
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Imran Hasan ... Opera Fan

Directed by
Vadim Jean 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
S.A. Halewood  writer (as Suzie Halewood)

Produced by
Michael Braham .... co-producer
Paul Brooks .... producer
Bob Curry .... co-associate producer
Sara Giles .... executive producer
Sara Giles .... producer
Vadim Jean .... producer
Melissa Longley .... co-associate producer
Derek Roy .... executive producer
Ian Sharples .... line producer
Jane Walmsley .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
David A. Hughes 
John Murphy 
 
Cinematography by
Mike Fox 
 
Film Editing by
Joe McNally 
 
Casting by
Carl Proctor 
 
Production Design by
Simon Hicks 
 
Costume Design by
Linda Brooker 
 
Makeup Department
Collette King .... hair designer
Collette King .... makeup designer
 
Production Management
Jon Marcus .... production manager: New York
Natalie Sinclair .... production manager
 
Art Department
Cameron Watson .... carpenter
 
Sound Department
Tim Alban .... dubbing mixer
Jens Christensen .... adr recordist
Felicity Cottrell .... foley artist
Tommy Hair .... sound recordist
Hugh Johnson .... assistant dubbing mixer
Michael Lax .... sound recordist
James Seddon .... dolby consultant
James Seddon .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Jack Stew .... foley artist
Graeme Stoten .... foley editor (as Graham Stoten)
Becky Taffe .... assistant sound engineer
Keith Tunney .... dialogue editor
Ian Wilson .... sound editor
 
Stunts
Graham Harris .... stunt double
Melissa Harvie .... stunt double
Billy Somerville .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ruark Behan .... grip: New York
Danny Branston .... aerial camera operator
Danny Branston .... aerial photographer
Ben Brett .... still photographer
Justin Crabill .... crane operator: New York
Matt Fox .... focus puller
Ant Hugill .... clapper loader
Bob Willingham .... digital montage photographer
 
Editorial Department
Peter Ferrari .... color timer
Stine Goetrik .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Norman Brown .... musician
Dave Buchanan .... additional score engineering
Mike Dale .... musician
Ruth Ferreira .... musician
Alison Fletcher .... musician
Greg Francis .... music arranger
Greg Francis .... musician
Don Gallacher .... music supervisor
David A. Hughes .... music arranger
David A. Hughes .... musician
Glenn James .... musician
Nigel Jay .... musician
Pam Jay .... musician
John Murphy .... music arranger
John Murphy .... musician
Andrew Price .... musician: lead violin
Gerard Ryan .... musician
Andrew Scrivener .... musician
Rob Wild .... musician
Susan Williamson .... musician
 
Other crew
Russell Anderson .... production assistant: New York
Terence Barker .... production accountant
John Brooke .... production assistant
Margaret Brown .... production assistant: New York
Steve Carroll .... location manager: New York
Tamzin Cary .... production assistant
Al Cerullo .... helicopter pilot
Danny Coulson .... print conformation
John Ensby .... laboratory contact: Technicolor
Vicky Kendall .... insurance services
Shelly Kiely .... script supervisor
Jim Manningham .... production runner
Miranda Marks .... production assistant
Ross Miller .... insurance services: New York
Abigail Payne .... legal services
Bill Richards .... aerial coordinator: New York
Graham Spence .... production runner
Sam Stonehill .... assistant to director
Bob Storer .... legal services
Simon Tickner .... caterer
Sam Zalutsky .... production assistant: New York
 

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Runtime:
97 min
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References King Kong (1933)See more »
Soundtrack:
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Not the most powerful or effective movie concerning its subject but it's originality and acting makes this movie worthwhile., 8 July 2008
Author: Boba_Fett1138 from Groningen, The Netherlands

For a movie with a subject such as dying, this movie certainly lacks in some strong and effective emotions. There are lots of better movies out there that mixes romance and death but as a whole this movie certainly is not a bad one. On the contrary and this little unknown Scottish movie is very well worth your time.

You can also praise this movie for not trying to be emotional. Normally these type of movies will try to play you with it's emotions, in an often very forced and formulaic way. "One More Kiss" is not a typical sort of dramatic movie and it instead uses some interesting angles, by not mainly concentrating on the main character and her approaching death but also on those around her, who love her and how it affects their lives and makes them think about were they currently stand in life.

But what mainly makes the movie work out so fine is it's acting. Quite amazing how much different Gerard Butler still looked in 1999. Back then he still mostly used the name Gerry Butler, which should also tell you something about the way he looked. He had curly hair and certainly no muscles and seemed like a very young boy still back then, even though he already was 30 at the time of this movie. He of course just like the rest of the cast plays a fine role. Especially James Cosmo was also really great.

The movie doesn't necessarily concentrate on sickness or death but more on life and tells you to get out of life what you can, while you still can. But it doesn't does this in a forced way or anything like that. The movie features some simple but honest storytelling and is skillfully directed by Vadim Jean, who provides the movie with a nice overall style.

A nice little movie.

7/10

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