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Writer (WGA):
Karol Ann Hoeffner (written by)
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Release Date:
27 March 2001 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
When Chloe and Riley Lawrence are invited to London to participate in the International Model UN competition, they enjoy seeing the sights and find romance with cute British boys. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
charming See more (43 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Mary-Kate Olsen ... Chloe Lawrence

Ashley Olsen ... Riley Lawrence

Brandon Tyler ... Brian Connors

Jesse Spencer ... Lord James Browning Jr.

Rachel Roth ... Rachel Byrd

Eric Jungmann ... Dylan

Claire Yarlett ... Ms. Watson
Steven Shenbaum ... Mr. Holmes
Paul Ridley ... Lord James Browning Sr.

Stephanie Arellano ... Gabriella
Blythe Matsui ... Sakura

Curtis Andersen ... Goofy Delegate

Garikayi Mutambirwa ... Niko

Jeremy Maxwell ... Jonathon

Benton Jennings ... Chef
Jerry Gelb ... Bell Captain
Robert Phelps ... Head Judge
Jarrett Lennon ... Randall

Richard Alan Brown ... Kid
Leo Dolan ... Cockney Cabbie #1
Ken Flory ... Cockney Cabbie #2 (as Ken Flori)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mandy Lee Berger ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Craig Shapiro 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Karol Ann Hoeffner (written by)

Produced by
Peter Abrams .... executive producer
Michelle Fox .... associate producer: UK
J.P. Guerin .... executive producer
Robert L. Levy .... executive producer
Ashley Olsen .... executive producer
Mary-Kate Olsen .... executive producer
Neil Steinberg .... producer
Robert Thorne .... executive producer
Natan Zahavi .... producer
 
Original Music by
Brahm Wenger 
 
Cinematography by
David Lewis 
 
Film Editing by
Sherwood Jones 
 
Casting by
Julie Ashton 
 
Production Design by
Jack Cloud 
 
Art Direction by
Michelle Green 
 
Set Decoration by
Lee J. Berg 
Jordan Shapiro 
 
Costume Design by
Karla Stevens 
Judy B. Swartz  (as Judy Swartz)
 
Makeup Department
Luisa Abel .... key makeup stylist: Mary-Kate and Ashley
Sarita Allison .... key makeup stylist: Mary-Kate and Ashley
Joanna Connell .... swing hair stylist
Joanna Connell .... swing makeup artist
Dorit Genazzani .... key makeup artist
Kristi Gould .... swing hair stylist
Kristi Gould .... swing makeup artist
Cor Kwakernaak .... key hair stylist: Mary-Kate and Ashley
Simon Maynard .... hair stylist
Deborah Merle .... key makeup stylist (as Debbie Merle)
Dorit Nitzani .... key makeup stylist: Mary-Kate and Ashley
Bridget O'Neill .... swing hair stylist
Bridget O'Neill .... swing makeup artist
Matthew Shields .... key hair stylist: Mary-Kate and Ashley
Steve Smith .... key hair stylist: Mary-Kate and Ashley (as Steven Smith)
 
Production Management
Ben Hepworth .... unit manager
Andjelija Vlaisavljevic .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Oscar Beuselinck .... second assistant director: London
Corky Cronin .... second second assistant director (as Charles Corky Cronin)
Rob Lundsgaard .... first assistant director
Wendy Palmer .... second assistant director
Olivia Peniston-Bird .... third assistant director: London
 
Art Department
Bonnie Bishop .... scenic painter
Gerard Bryan .... property man: London (as Ged Bryan)
Frank Camara .... set construction
Noelle Charles .... scenic painter
Darin K. Hansford .... set construction
Steven Kinzler .... property master
Paxon Malloy .... property assistant (as Andrew Paxon Malloy)
Matt Martel .... swing gang
Beau Moffatt .... set construction
Augy Plotquin .... scenic painter
Nicolas Plotquin .... scenic painter
Terence Pratt .... scenic painter
Byron Rosenberg .... swing gang
Duane Russell .... set construction
Lupe Sanchez .... set construction
Anthony Sonsini .... construction coordinator
Robert Sonsini .... scenic painter
William Stark .... property master: London
Petr Stverka .... swing gang
Timberlynn Woolf .... scenic painter
 
Sound Department
Greg Back .... sound effects editor
Scott Bernstein .... adr editor
James Christopher .... dialogue editor
James Christopher .... sound re-recording mixer
Larry Ellis .... adr editor
Larry Ellis .... dialogue editor
George R. Groves Jr. .... sound re-recording mixer (as George Groves)
Sarah Jacobs .... foley artist
Barry Keys .... adr mixer
Barry Keys .... foley mixer
Michael Lyle .... foley artist
Craig Ng .... foley artist
Clive Osborne .... boom operator: London
Paul S. Shapiro .... boom operator
Pasha Shilov .... sound mixer
David Weinstock .... sound mixer
Joseph Zappala .... sound re-recording mixer
Joseph Zappala .... supervising sound editor
 
Visual Effects by
Dean Jackson .... CG compositor
Ricardo Ortiz .... CG production coordinator
 
Stunts
John Ashker .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Saeed Adyani .... still photographer
Douglas Blagg .... key grip
Gary Colkett .... electrician: London
Brent Dilger .... gaffer
Jonathan Fisher .... still photographer: London
Stuart Godfrey .... key grip: London
Bodie Hyman .... grip
Tony Jackson .... camera operator: "b" camera, London
Tony Jackson .... steadicam operator: London
Nathan Johnson .... rigging electrician
Nigel Kirton .... Steadicam operator: London
Eddie Knight .... gaffer: London
Graham Mathews .... grip: London
Carol A. Ogihara .... focus puller: London (as Carol Ogihara)
Justin Quach .... clapper loader
Robert Schierer .... first assistant camera
Megan Schoenbachler .... grip
 
Casting Department
Julie Ashton .... casting: USA
Andrew Crusse .... casting associate
Bryan Riley .... casting assistant
Laura Scott .... casting: London
Romy Stutman .... casting associate
Jenny Syrup .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Johnathon de Domenico .... costume supervisor
Florence Gan .... set costumer: Mary-Kate and Ashley
Laurel Goddard Thomas .... set costumer: Mary-Kate and Ashley
Linda J. McCarthy .... set costumer
Neil Tansey .... set costumer: London
Erica Toriello .... set costumer: Mary-Kate and Ashley
 
Editorial Department
Ken Morrisey .... additional editor
John Placencia .... apprentice editor
 
Music Department
John Graves .... music editor: songs
Michael Pagnotta .... music supervisor
Ashley Olsen .... executive soundtrack producer (uncredited)
Mary-Kate Olsen .... executive soundtrack producer (uncredited)
Robert Thorne .... executive soundtrack producer (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Ben Barsky .... driver
Paul Feddersen .... transportation coordinator
Hugo Ocana .... driver
Colleen Rea .... driver
Benjamin Rivera .... driver: honeywagon
Brian Stickgold .... driver
Lew Strong .... driver
Frank X. Sullivan .... driver
Wade Wells .... driver
 
Other crew
Rose Altamirano .... assistant: Mr. Thorne
Edwin Avedissian .... location manager
Jack Blessing .... adr loop group
Danielle Brandon .... production coordinator: London
William Calvert .... adr loop group
Barbara Daoust .... dialogue coach
Leigh French .... loop group coordinator
Elisa Gabrielli .... adr loop group
Laura Gary .... studio teacher
Marla Hathaway .... craft service
Karen Jones .... script supervisor: London
David Kennaway .... location manager: London
Austin Lander .... stage manager
Michael Lovejoy .... craft service assistant
Sarah McBryde .... assistant coordinator: London
Lucas Moore .... studio teacher
Patricia Poole .... production accountant: London
Bob Ruefle .... assistant location manager
Leo Sillence .... production runner: London
Nicole Somers .... assistant: Mr. Levy
Andjelija Vlaisavljevic .... production coordinator
Heather Wood .... script supervisor
Jill Zimmerman .... director and production administrator: Dualstar Productions
 

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Runtime:
93 min
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Language:
Color:
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Certification:
Australia:G (DVD rating) | Australia:PG (cable rating) | Finland:K-3 | Iceland:L | Ireland:G | UK:U | USA:G
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

Trivia:
During the sword fighting scene, the song 'So Little Time' is playing. Mary-Kate and Ashley later go on to star in a series called 'so Little Time' which uses this song as the Title Track, their characters in the series are also called Chloe and Riley although Mary-Kate is now Riley and Ashley is Chloe and their last name is now Carlson.See more »
Goofs:
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): When Chloe, Riley, Dylan, Brian and Rachel are playing a game of catch to test each other on their knowledge of England, Chloe incorrectly gives the Queen's official title as "Her Royal Highness" (HRH) instead of "Her Majesty" (HM) - and neither her sister nor any of her friends correct her. In the British monarchy the style of HRH is associated with the rank of prince or princess, the Queen is HM which ranks above HRH.See more »
Quotes:
Dylan:Just stab her!
Riley:What did thou think-ith of Dodgers this fortnight?
Brian:Me think-ith they suck-ith.
Riley:For sure-ith.
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Movie Connections:
References Hook (1991)See more »
Soundtrack:
Never Forget YouSee more »

FAQ

Chapter Headings, an unofficial version:
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
charming, 9 May 2006
Author: salsa89 from Australia

If you go in to this movie expecting it to be intellectually stimulating then I'm afraid this movie isn't for you, but if all you want is a pleasant movie on a Saturday than this is fine family fun.

The premise is that the two olsens and the rest of their Model UN team go to London to feature in an international Model UN. The film is predictable in places, irritating in others(no one would believe that the twins were boys!!), and genuinely entertaining in others still. It is an above average olsen film and I'd give it 8/10 considering that.

Just remember; go in to it in the right mood. It's a light film that doesn't need reading into. Don't expect big, just a gentle comedy.

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