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XX/XY -- Three friends begin a dangerous three-way relationship that spirals out of control, leading to dire consequences that haunt them ten years later.

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Director:
Writer:
Austin Chick (written by)
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Release Date:
18 July 2003 (Portugal) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
There's no room for honesty in a healthy relationship...
Plot:
Three friends begin a dangerous three-way relationship that spirals out of control, leading to dire consequences that haunt them ten years later. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
1 nomination See more »
User Reviews:
Closer with less glamor and more grit See more (37 total) »

Cast

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Mark Ruffalo ... Coles

Maya Stange ... Sam

Kathleen Robertson ... Thea

Kel O'Neill ... Sid

Ben Tolpin ... Guy at College Party
William Keeler ... Boss
Paula Roth ... Mom
Lee Cobb ... Stepfather

Zach Shaffer ... Nick
John A. MacKay ... Mitchell

Tommy Nohilly ... Undercover Cop

Jeff Ward ... Stunt Cop #1
Keith Siglinger ... Stunt Cop #2

Evan Neumann ... Guy Who Asks for His $ Back (as Evan Neuman)

Petra Wright ... Claire
T.J. Kenneally ... Executive #1
Sam Zuckerman ... Executive #2
Jenna Jolley ... Lisa

David Thornton ... Miles

Joey Kern ... Tommy

Jordan Lage ... Car Salesman
Joshua Spafford ... Jonathan
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marisa Nicole Brown ... Marisa/Waitress

JT Alexander ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Becky Baeling ... Girl at College Party (uncredited)

Nina Bergman ... Supporting (uncredited)

Paul Damien Dios ... Office Associate (uncredited)

Kathryn Fallon ... Woman in Yellow (uncredited)

Melissa Guion ... Woman Who Reads at Bar (uncredited)

Branko Tomovic ... Crackboy (uncredited)

Directed by
Austin Chick 
 
Writing credits
Austin Chick (written by)

Produced by
Allen Bain .... associate producer
Richard J. Burns .... associate producer
John MacNeil .... associate producer
Isen Robbins .... producer
Mitchell Robbins .... executive producer
Mitchell Robbins .... producer
Aimee Schoof .... producer
Jesse Scolaro .... associate producer
Susan L. Welsh .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
The Insects 
 
Cinematography by
Uta Briesewitz 
 
Film Editing by
William A. Anderson 
Pete Beaudreau 
 
Casting by
Ellen Parks 
 
Production Design by
Judy Becker 
 
Art Direction by
Terence Dunlop 
 
Set Decoration by
Heather Loeffler 
Geoff Tuttle 
 
Costume Design by
Sarah Beers 
 
Makeup Department
Audra Liberatore .... hair stylist
Audra Liberatore .... makeup artist
Mike Potter .... hair designer
 
Production Management
Andy Clark .... production manager
Kelley Cribben .... post-production supervisor
Joe DeMarie .... production supervisor (as Joseph DeMarie)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Patrick D. Gibbons .... first assistant director (as Patrick Gibbons)
Jim McKinney .... second second assistant director
Curtis Smith .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Jill Alexander .... property master
Bridget Evans .... set dresser
Jan Herndon .... assistant props
Heather Loeffler .... set dresser
Jonathan Plant .... art production assistant
Scott Yocom .... set
 
Sound Department
Kevin Bowe .... boom operator
Ryan Collison .... foley engineer
Robert Fernandez .... re-recording mixer
Robert Hein .... sound designer
Robert Hein .... supervising sound editor
Ken Hunold .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Sylvia Menno .... dialogue editor
Todd Milner .... foley editor
Branka Mrkic .... dialogue editor
Glenfield Payne .... sound effects editor
David Ryan .... boom operator
Steve F.B. Smith .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Jose Torres .... production sound mixer
Brian Vancho .... foley artist
David Wahnon .... assistant sound editor
Akil Wilson .... sound intern
 
Visual Effects by
Jennifer Basnyat .... title designer
 
Stunts
Roy Farfel .... stunt driver
Elliot Santiago .... stunt driver (as Elliott Santiago)
Manny Siverio .... stunt coordinator (as Manny Silverio)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
James Casey .... third electrician
Eric Gearity .... key grip
Tim Glascoff .... best boy / dolly grip
Javier Guerrero .... electrician
Marc Hillygus .... first assistant camera
Mikey Jackson .... second assistant camera
Alec Jarnagin .... camera operator
Basil Katsaounis .... third electrician
Elana Pianko .... first assistant camera
Larry Riley .... still photographer
David Stern .... grip
Niknaz Tavakolian .... second assistant camera
Cliff Weisner .... gaffer
John Woods .... best boy electric
 
Animation Department
Signe Baumane .... character designer
 
Casting Department
Bruce Kivo .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Rachel Greene .... wardrobe supervisor (as Rachel Leah Greene)
Alexis Steinman .... costume assistant
 
Editorial Department
May Kuckro .... assistant editor
Anthony La Pira .... editing intern
Caryn Leeds .... editing intern
Hadassah Margolis .... editing intern
Kent McGrew .... color timer
Michael Moran .... post-production assistant
Dan O'Grady .... negative cutter
Julia Roberts .... assistant editor (as J.M. Roberts)
Loren Semmens .... editing intern
Laura Weinberg .... assistant editor
 
Location Management
Peter Bobrow .... location manager
Gloria Chapa .... assistant location manager
Ryan Ferguson .... location scout
Cesar Quinones .... location manager
 
Music Department
Missy Cohen .... music editor
Lynn Geller .... music supervisor
Tarkan .... composer: song "Simarik"
 
Other crew
John Alagna .... opticals
John Alagna .... titles
Daniel Blumberg .... production assistant
Michael Donald Bryant .... production assistant
Jennifer Cossetto .... title designer
Ellen M. Costigan .... executive assistant: Mitchell B. Robbins
Matthew Danelo .... assistant to producers
Benjamin Duncan .... production assistant
Louis Ferrara .... production assistant
Amber Fosse .... production assistant
Jason Fresta .... production assistant
Yurgi Ganter .... production coordinator
Art Hellarbran Jr. .... production assistant
Brent Korson .... production assistant
Kevin Kuffa .... craft service
Greg Lombardo .... production consultant
Christopher Lundy .... production assistant
John M. Mandaro .... production assistant
Louis Massa .... production assistant
Kristal D. Moseley .... key production assistant
Monika Norwid .... assistant: Austin Chick
Marina Parker .... production assistant
Susan T. Parsons .... script supervisor
Daniel Sbrega .... craft service production assistant
Jeff Solano .... key production assistant
Joel Stewart .... assistant production coordinator
Joey Suaco .... production assistant
Erin Swadley .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Michael Schenkman .... special thanks
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for sexuality, language, and brief drug use
Runtime:
91 min
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2.35 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
A married couple that Director Austin Chick knew, were so affected by the emotional repercussions of their friend's film, that they started divorce proceedings shortly after seeing it.See more »
Quotes:
Coles:So, we're all sorry but we all had fun."See more »
Movie Connections:
References Eyes Wide Shut (1999)See more »
Soundtrack:
SimarikSee more »

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12 out of 19 people found the following review useful.
Closer with less glamor and more grit, 29 October 2005
Author: richardv-johnson from Boston

From many comments about this film and the similar Closer, one would think all the characters were reckless libertine hedonists. They're not, they're unsuccessful serial monogamists like most of us in the modern western world. This one doesn't have the Oscar Wilde/Noel Coward wit or shocking vulgarity of Closer, but it does have amazing true-to-life performances, especially from Petra Wright (who has an aristocratic beauty similar to Mimi Rogers in Someone to Watch Over Me), Kathleen Robertson, who previously had a field day as an innocent bigamist in Gregg Araki's Splendor, Maya Strange (not Strange), who displays a vulnerability much like Natasha Gregson Wagner in some other independent films (what happened to her?). And of course Mark Ruffalo, an undecided everyman for our times, like the dog in Aesop who loses his bone because he thinks he sees a better one. And as someone remarked, this is definitely Eric Rohmer territory. Excellent writing, cinematography, and use of music, and not one redundant line or wasted shot.

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