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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Douglas J. Eboch (story)
C. Jay Cox (screenplay)
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Release Date:
27 September 2002 (USA) See more »
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To friere er en for mange... spesielt når du allerede er gift med den ene... See more »
Plot:
A young woman with a Southern background runs away from her husband in Alabama and reinvents herself as a New York socialite. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
3 wins & 6 nominations See more »
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'Sweet Home' script suit dismissed
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A great story of discovering ones self and realizing true love. See more (384 total) »

Cast

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Reese Witherspoon ... Melanie Smooter

Josh Lucas ... Jake Perry

Patrick Dempsey ... Andrew Hennings

Candice Bergen ... Mayor Kate Hennings

Mary Kay Place ... Pearl Smooter

Fred Ward ... Earl Smooter

Jean Smart ... Stella Kay Perry

Ethan Embry ... Bobby Ray

Melanie Lynskey ... Lurlynn

Courtney Gains ... Sheriff Wade

Mary Lynn Rajskub ... Dorothea

Rhona Mitra ... Tabatha Wadmore-Smith

Nathan Lee Graham ... Frederick Montana

Sean Bridgers ... Eldon

Fleet Cooper ... Clinton

Kevin Sussman ... Barry Lowenstein
Thomas Curtis ... Young Jake

Dakota Fanning ... Young Melanie
Mark Skinner ... Bruno

Michelle Krusiec ... Pan
Phil Cater ... Pablo
Michael Snow ... Devin

Bob Penny ... Wallace Buford

Mark Matkevich ... Tom Darovsic
Lee Roy Giles ... Eugene the Guard

Afemo Omilami ... Jimmy Lee
Kevin Hagan ... Jimmy the Driver
Dennis Ryan ... Reporter
Jim O'Connor ... Reporter

Leslie Hendrix ... Reporter
Tony Rizzoli ... Gentleman
Bob Seel ... Bartender
Kelsey Lowenthal ... Carrie Lee

Jen Apgar ... Starr

Sarah Baker ... Dix
Deborah Duke ... Sherma (as Deborah Calloway-Duke)

Ted Manson ... Colonel Murphy

Sharon Blackwood ... Virgie
Suzi Bass ... Shirleen
Don Young ... Old Dead Soldier

Jody Thompson ... Dead Soldier

Mark Oliver ... Guard #2
Deidee Deionne ... Press Secretary (as Deide Deionne)
Doug Killen ... Catfish Festival Dancer (as Doug Johnson-Killen)
Emily Furman ... Catfish Festival Dancer
Pete Talton ... Catfish Festival Dancer
Kelli Franklin ... Catfish Festival Singer
Keni Thomas ... Catfish Festival Singer

Jeanne Arnold ... Catfish Festival Singer
Osjha Anderson ... Catfish Festival Singer
Charlotte Pierrepont ... Model

Traci Ann Wolfe ... Model
Jana Lynn Schoep ... Model
Eddy Donno ... Model
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kimberly Adler ... Crowd Member (uncredited)
LaChanda Alexander ... New Yorker (uncredited)

Kena Allen ... TV Fashion Reporter (uncredited)
Gary Beck ... Paparazzi (uncredited)
Robert Black ... Paparazzi (uncredited)

Randy Bratton ... Musician (uncredited)
Rich Bryant ... Paparazzi (uncredited)
Haley Buchanan ... Girl at Battlefield (uncredited)

Chris Burns ... Wedding Guest #1 (uncredited)

Brandon Carroll ... Line Dancer (uncredited)

Doshia Darmane ... Event Patron (uncredited)
Aimee Davis ... Festival Patron (uncredited)

Colin Ford ... Clinton Jr. (uncredited)
Laurie Gardner ... Festival Dancer (uncredited)

Jason Guy ... Red Carpet Photographer (uncredited)
Rodney L. James ... Photographer (uncredited)

Ambre Lake ... Wedding Coordinator (uncredited)

Matt Mangum ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Mary Jean McAdams ... Wedding Guest #2 (uncredited)
Charles McClelland ... Paparazzo (uncredited)
Matthew D. Miller ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Jacob Moyer Moats ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Ernest Peterson ... Friend (uncredited)
Arvell Poe ... Airline Passenger (uncredited)

Andrew Prine ... Sheriff Holt (uncredited)
Joel Sturdivant ... Line Dancer (uncredited)
Lori Williams ... Country Line Dancer (uncredited)
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Directed by
Andy Tennant 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Douglas J. Eboch (story)

C. Jay Cox (screenplay)

Produced by
Stokely Chaffin .... producer
Jeff Diaz .... assistant producer
Michael Fottrell .... executive producer
Jon Jashni .... executive producer
Wink Mordaunt .... executive producer
Neal H. Moritz .... producer
 
Original Music by
George Fenton 
 
Cinematography by
Andrew Dunn (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Troy Takaki 
Tracey Wadmore-Smith 
 
Casting by
Juel Bestrop 
Kathleen Chopin 
Jeanne McCarthy 
 
Production Design by
Clay A. Griffith 
 
Art Direction by
Jay Pelissier 
 
Set Decoration by
Lisa K. Sessions 
 
Costume Design by
Sophie De Rakoff  (as Sophie de Rakoff Carbonell)
 
Makeup Department
John Caglione Jr. .... makeup department head: East Coast
Victor DeNicola .... key hair stylist: New York (as Victor DeNicola Jr.)
Roxanne Ferguson .... hair stylist
Philip Ivey .... key hair stylist (as Phillip Ivey)
Harriette Landau .... assistant makeup artist
Sarah Mays .... makeup department head (as Sarah Mays Roberts)
Anne Morgan .... hair designer: show
Anne Morgan .... stylist: Ms. Witherspoon
Susan Ransom .... assistant makeup artist
Linda Thompson .... additional hair stylist
Dawn Turner .... hair stylist
Brad Wilder .... co-head makeup department
Brad Wilder .... makeup artist: Ms. Witherspoon
Leigh Ann Yandle .... assistant makeup artist (as Leigh Ann Yandle-Perry)
Joani Yarbrough .... hair department head
Wendy Bell .... additional makeup artist (uncredited)
Christine Domaniecki .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Susan 'Star' Orr .... hair stylist (uncredited)
Judy Ponder-Patton .... makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Michael Fottrell .... unit production manager
Cheryl Quarantiello .... unit production manager
Sara E. White .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Louis D'Esposito .... first assistant director
Kristina M. Peterson .... second second assistant director
Hillary Schwartz .... additional second assistant director
Michael Viglietta .... second assistant director
Eric Yellin .... second second assistant director: New York
 
Art Department
David H. Allen .... property master
Sharon E. Alshams .... lead set designer
Pedro Barquin .... head greens coordinator
Dwight Benjamin-Creel .... property master
Wren Boney .... key set dresser
George Capetanos .... assistant property master: reshoots
Jessee J. Clarkson .... propmaker
Christopher Didiot .... on-set dresser (as Christopher Parr)
David Dreyer .... set dresser
Andrew Seward Duncan .... assistant property master
John S. Fore .... construction gangboss
Daniel B. Foster .... on-set dresser
Shepherd Frankel .... assistant art director
Emily Gaunt .... camera scenic: New York
Egan Gauntt .... art department coordinator
Solomon King .... greens
Bill Kolpin .... set dresser: New York (as William Kolpin)
Tony Kupersmith .... construction coordinator (as A.I. Kupersmith)
Johnny Land .... painter
George A. Lee .... assistant property master
Alba Leone .... lead person (as Alba Domini Leone)
Alisa Lumbreras .... scenic foreperson
Wayne Scott Miller .... on-set dresser: New York (as Wayne Miller)
Thomas Minton .... assistant art director
Mark Nave .... carpenter
Robert Tate Nichols .... set dresser
Tripp Norton .... set dresser (as William Tripp Norton)
Michael Pisani .... set dresser
Wayne Shepherd .... assistant set decorator
Brian Stultz .... head scenic artist
Lance Totten .... set dresser (as C. Lance Totten)
Christopher 'Woody' Wdowin .... set dresser
Alyson Wellins .... art department coordinator: New York
Ford Wheeler .... set decorator: New York
Chris Hunter .... production illustrator (uncredited)
Byron K. Lovelace .... props: New York (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
David A. Arnold .... dialogue editor
James Ashwill .... foley mixer
Bob Beemer .... re-recording mixer
Freddy Chancellor .... boom operator
John T. Cucci .... foley artist (as John Cucci)
Teri E. Dorman .... supervising dialogue editor
Mary H. Ellis .... production sound mixer
Matthew Harrison .... supervising foley editor
Allen Hartz .... dialogue editor
Suhail Kafity .... supervising sound editor
James Likowski .... foley editor
Howard London .... adr mixer
Scott Millan .... re-recording mixer
Tom Nelson .... production sound mixer: New York
Dan O'Connell .... foley artist
Mark Onks .... engineer
R.J. Palmer .... sound effects editor
Fred Peck III .... re-recordist (as Fred W. Peck III)
Drew Ponder .... boom operator
Philip Rogers .... adr recordist
Todd Sayre .... cableperson
Mike Schmidt .... utility sound: New York
David A. Smith .... boom operator (as David Allen Smith)
George Watters II .... supervising sound editor
Christopher T. Welch .... supervising adr editor
Brian Wittle .... boom operator: re-shoots
Linda Lew .... foley recordist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
David Fletcher .... special effects coordinator
Chris Mills .... special effects technician
Lisa Reynolds .... special effects assistant
Richard Terry Tjelmeland .... special effects foreman (as R. Terry Tjelmeland)
Kathleen Tonkin .... special effects technician
Rick Lazzarini .... special effects: bloodhound replica (uncredited)
Robert Vazquez .... special effects technician (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Mat Beck .... visual effects supervisor: Light Matters/Entity FX
Joseph Brattesani .... lead 2D artist: Light Matters/Entity FX
Cari Chadwick .... digital artist
Mark Felt .... compositor
Nancy Hyland .... digital compositor: Light Matters/Entity FX
Cindy Jones .... visual effects producer: Light Matters/Entity FX
Bill Kunin .... Inferno artist
Sara Lee .... visual effects
Josh Novak .... lead compositor: main title sequence
Dave Sarbell .... digital effects artist
Trent Smith .... visual effects coordinator: Light Matters/Entity FX
Jana Spotts .... visual effects coordinator
Greg Strause .... digital effects supervisor: Light Matters
Eric Swenson .... visual effects director of photography
Brian Bell .... digital artist (uncredited)
Colin Strause .... digital effects supervisor (uncredited)
Renée Tymn .... digital compositor: Cinesite (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Scott Dale .... stunts
Tim Gallin .... stunts
Cal Johnson .... stunt double: Josh Lucas
Cal Johnson .... stunts
Randi Layne .... stunts
Anderson Martin .... stunts
Lonnie R. Smith Jr. .... stunt coordinator (as Lonnie Smith)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jeff Becker .... rigging gaffer
Stephen Crowley .... best boy electric
Jeff W. Curtis .... grip
David Ellis .... rigging electrician
Donny Fowler .... electrician
Brian Gunter .... gaffer
Elizabeth Hedges .... camera loader: new york
Petr Hlinomaz .... gaffer: New York
Darryl Humber .... dolly grip: "b" camera
Peter Iovino .... still photographer
Nils Johnson .... key video assist operator: New York
Chris Jones .... second assistant camera: "b" camera (as Christopher Jones)
Lee Kazista .... second assistant camera: "b" camera, New York
Eric Leftridge .... additional assistant camera
Jack McCollum .... rigging electrician
Michael 'Flash' McDonald .... electrician
David McLean .... electrician
Greg Morse .... 24 frame video operator
John S. Moyer .... camera operator: "b" camera
David Norris .... camera operator: Wescam camera (as Dave Norris)
Bill O'Drobinak .... camera operator: "a" camera (as William A. O'Drobinak)
Jesse Wayne Parker .... key rigging grip (as J. Wayne Parker)
Myron Parran .... assistant camera
Mike Pearce .... rigging electrician
C. Alan Rawlins .... key grip
Ted Sapp .... grip
Riko Schatke .... best boy grip
Chad Schroeder .... electrician
Art Schultz .... rigging electrician
Allan D. Smith .... second assistant camera
C. Ashley Sudge .... dolly grip
Steve Sudge .... electrician
Fred Thomas .... camera loader (as Freddy Thomas)
Joseph Thomas .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Mike Tyson .... electrician
Zoran Veselic .... first assistant camera
Steve Zigler .... electrician (as Steve 'Ziggy' Zigler)
John Verardi .... assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Tea Aaron .... extras casting assistant
Blythe Cappello .... casting associate
Amy Carty .... casting intern
Cazzey Louis Cereghino .... extras casting assistant
Jennifer Euston .... casting associate
Kelli Franklin .... extras casting assistant
Chris Gray .... extras casting
Barbara Harris .... adr voice casting
Jeremy Pelham .... extras casting assistant
Arvell Poe .... extras casting: background players
Rebecca Quick .... extras casting assistant
Nadia Lubbe Simon .... casting assistant (as Nadia Lubbe)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kate Edwards .... wardrobe supervisor: New York
Jody Felz .... wardrobe assistant
Daniel George .... costumer
Sheila Grover .... costumer (as Sheila Gentile)
Zandra Harding .... seamstress
Mary C. Lane .... costume supervisor
Leigh Leverett .... key set costumer
Nan McCulloch .... set costumer
Linda N. Robinson .... costumer
Marian Toy .... assistant costume designer: New York City
Karen Young .... costumer
Katie Novello .... costume assistant (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Mike Bellamy .... final colorist
Matt Evans .... first assistant editor
Bryan Lamoureux .... assistant editor (as Uncle Bryan Lamoureux)
Steven R. Sacks .... assistant editor
Kurt Smith .... color timer
Stuart Sperling .... assistant editor
Sean Thompson .... first assistant editor
Patrick Thornhill .... assistant editor
Shaun Newton .... post-production coordinator (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Chris Cozens .... auricle control systems
Michael Fey .... music executive
Isobel Griffiths .... orchestra contractor
Joseph Magee .... production music mixer
Nick Page .... music consultant
Steve Price .... score mixer
Steve Price .... score recordist
Michael T. Ryan .... supervising music editor
Dawn Soler .... music supervisor (as Dawn Solér)
Nick Vidar .... music programmer
Laura Ziffren .... music supervisor (as Laura Z. Wasserman)
Scott Rouse .... assistant music editor (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Marc Anton .... driver
W. Charles Arnold .... driver
Robert Ballentine .... driver
Walter 'Red' Bedell .... driver (as Walter Bedell)
John Carlisle .... driver
Howard Clark .... driver
Jack Collis .... driver
Keith N. Collis .... driver
Richard F. Diez .... driver (as Rick Diez)
Chuck Graydon .... driver
Wayne A. Mercer .... driver
Cindy Parker .... transportation coordinator
J.L. Parker .... transportation captain
Janet Perrotti .... driver
Johnny Poucher .... driver
Blackie Stephens .... driver
Hank Van Apeldoorn .... driver (as Henry Van Apeldoorn)
David Carlton White .... electrics pre-rig driver
 
Other crew
Alicia Accardo .... script supervisor
Thomas Ahlers .... office assistant
Brian L. Aultman .... production assistant
Nicholas R. Bell .... production assistant: New York
Karen Beyer .... choreographer
Tammy Blackburn .... animal trainer
Christian Brockey .... assistant production coordinator: New York
Russell Brown .... assistant: Mr. Moritz (as Russ Brown)
Ricou Browning Jr. .... water safety
Christopher S. Bryson .... production assistant
Steve Cainas .... production coordinator
Adam Carroll .... production assistant
Amy Carter .... first assistant production accountant: New York
Jan Cerwonka .... studio teacher
Lori M. Cincotta .... assistant: Mr. Tennant (as Lori Cincotta)
Allison Dillard .... location assistant
Alfeo Dixon .... assistant location manager
Gabe Doppelt .... fashion consultant (as Gabé Doppelt)
Andrew Fiero .... production assistant
John Findley .... assistant location manager (as John Findley III)
Jennifer Flournoy .... location assistant: Crawfordville
Benjamin Fretheim .... production assistant
Michael Fucci .... assistant location manager
Shawn Gillespie .... second assistant accountant
Nicole Gordon .... assistant: Ms. Witherspoon
Joanne Guthrie .... production assistant
Mark Hagerman .... assistant production coordinator: New York
Jalyn Henton .... travel and housing coordinator
Marc H. Katz .... craft service
Erica Kay .... production coordinator: New York
Scott Kirkley .... key set production assistant
Tatiana Komlos .... assistant production coordinator
Laura H. Kreft .... payroll accountant
Paul Lowe .... medic
Larry Madrid .... animal trainer
Lilene Mansell .... dialect coach
Marlene Marks .... second assistant accountant
Devin Maurer .... production assistant
Bill McAdams Jr. .... production assistant
Stewart McAlpine .... production assistant
Mack McKelvey .... craft service
Jim McKinney .... key set production assistant: New York
Lucas Moore .... studio teacher
Josh Nichol .... additional location assistant
Andrea O'Connor .... key production assistant: New York
Quincy Perkins .... production assistant
Jennifer Radzikowski .... location manager: Miami
Gary S. Rake .... production assistant: New York
Mike Riley .... location manager
Rip Russell .... first assistant accountant
Barbara Saunders .... location office assistant
Peter J. Silbermann .... unit publicist
Sally Jo Sousa .... animal trainer: dogs
Charline St. Charles .... assistant to producer
Rozanne Stark .... studio teacher
Regina Stewart-Heckman .... production assistant: New York
Sheilah Sullivan .... accountant
Stan Swofford .... medic
Tara Tovarek .... production secretary
Susan Van Apeldoorn .... craft service (as Susan Van Apledoorn)
Lynda Van Damm .... production accountant
Dana Wasdin .... production assistant
John D. Witherspoon .... assistant: Ms. Witherspoon
Daniela Barbosa .... production assistant (uncredited)
Bella Cosper .... stand-in (uncredited)
Rebecca Edelson .... script clearance administrator (uncredited)
Jessica Lacy .... production assistant (uncredited)
Clare Lord .... location assistant (uncredited)
Matt Mangum .... stand-in (uncredited)
Hayley M. Pogue .... production assistant (uncredited)
Julia M. Sauder .... production assistant: re-shoot (uncredited)
Frank Slaten .... production assistant (uncredited)
Kelly Tippens .... stand-in: Candice Bergen (uncredited)
Yori Tondrowski .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Jennifer Webb .... production associate (uncredited)
 

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Rated PG-13 for some language/sexual references
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108 min
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Trivia:
Two dogs mentioned in the movie, "Bear" and "Bryant", are references to legendary University of Alabama head football coach Paul 'Bear' Bryant.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: While in Tiffany's, Andrew asks about Christmas in Ireland and Melanie says that is four months away, which would mean that it's now August or September. But for most of the rest of the film, everyone in Alabama is in long sleeves. It wouldn't be cold enough for those types of clothes.See more »
Quotes:
Bobby Ray:Guys just get a stick, lets play some pool, alright? And if ya can't find a cue just pull the one shoved up her ass.See more »
Movie Connections:
Featured in 2011 MTV Movie Awards (2011) (TV)See more »
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Shame, Shame, ShameSee more »

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16 out of 24 people found the following review useful.
A great story of discovering ones self and realizing true love., 11 July 2006
Author: Kelly from United States

"Sweet Home Alabama" is about a young woman, Melanie Carmichael (Reese Witherspoon), who is learning who she is. She must choice between her new life in New York City and the one she left behind in Pigeon Creek, Alabama. The theme of the film is that you can't be two different people; you have to be who you are. You have to face your life and your past and not pretend that you are someone you're not.

The city versus country motif is brought to life throughout the entire film in such actions as a civil war re-enactment, shooting anvils across the plantation yard, and a diverse, yet, predictable group of characters residing in Melanie's hometown. This is far from her world in New York City where she is a fashion designer, engaged to the mayor's son, Andrew Hennings (Patrick Dempsey), and lives life in the fast lane.

The city versus country conflict begins when Melanie returns home to finalize her divorce from her lovable, redneck husband Jake Perry (Josh Lucas). The laughs continue when, much to Mayor Kate Hennings (Candice Bergen) dismay, Melanie and Andrew decide to have their wedding in Alabama. Mayor Hennings is a stiff, conservative ice queen. This makes the first meeting of the happy couples' parents, Mayor Hennings and Pearl and Earl Smooter (Mary Kay Place and Fred Ward), incredibly predictable, yet, still hilarious when you see it play out.

As she was in "Legally Blonde" and "Just Like Heaven", Witherspoon is sweet, smart, and sassy. She pulls you into the film, and you want to see her happy. She has great chemistry with both Jake and Andrew, which makes it difficult for viewers to decide which she should be with. Melanie, herself, can't decide who is for her until she decides who she is.

Director Andy Tennant masterfully uses music to contribute to the theme. With the use of songs such as "Sweet Home Alabama," "What This World Needs Is a Few More Rednecks," and "Marry Me," he transports you into the south. This music prompts you to root for the south and the southern girl who has just returned home. Tennant, also, impressively did not over use the song "Sweet Home Alabama." He used the song only in the situations were it would make the largest impact.

Tennant shows in "Sweet Home Alabama", as he did in "Ever After", that love just happens and we can't control love any more than we can control who we really are. In "Sweet Home Alabama", all of Melanie's problems seem to stem from the fact that she cannot face who she really is. Her father sum's up the theme of the movie in one statement, "You can't ride two horses with one ass, sugar bean."

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