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Far from Heaven -- Oscar nominee Julianne Moore stars with Dennis Quaid in this seductive story of a seemingly perfect family and the forbidden desires that threaten to tear them apart.
Far from Heaven -- In 1950s Connecticut, a housewife faces a marital crisis and mounting racial tensions in the outside world.


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Writer (WGA):
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Julianne Moore ... Cathy Whitaker

Dennis Quaid ... Frank Whitaker

Dennis Haysbert ... Raymond Deagan

Patricia Clarkson ... Eleanor Fine

Viola Davis ... Sybil

James Rebhorn ... Dr. Bowman
Bette Henritze ... Mrs. Leacock

Michael Gaston ... Stan Fine

Ryan Ward ... David Whitaker

Lindsay Andretta ... Janice Whitaker

Jordan Puryear ... Sarah Deagan
Kyle Timothy Smith ... Billy Hutchinson (as Kyle Smyth)

Celia Weston ... Mona Lauder

Barbara Garrick ... Doreen
Olivia Birkelund ... Nancy
Stevie Ray Dallimore ... Dick Dawson
Mylika Davis ... Esther
Jason Franklin ... Photographer
Gregory Marlow ... Reginald Carter
C.C. Loveheart ... Marlene

June Squibb ... Elderly Woman
Laurent Giroux ... Man with Mustache
Alex Santoriello ... Spanish Bartender

Matt Malloy ... Red Faced Man
J.B. Adams ... Farnsworth
Kevin Carrigan ... Soda Jerk

Chance Kelly ... Tallman

Declan Baldwin ... Officer #1

Brian Delate ... Officer #2
Pamela Evans Haynes ... Kitty (as Pamela Evans)

Joe Holt ... Hotel Waiter
Ben Moss ... Hutch's Friend
Susan Willis ... Receptionist
Karl Schroeder ... Conductor
Lance Olds ... Bail Clerk

Johnathan McClain ... Staff Member #1
Nicholas Joy ... Blond Boy
Virl Andrick ... Blond Boy's Father
Jezabel Montero ... Hooker (as Jezebel Montero)
Geraldine Bartlett ... Woman at Party
Ernest Rayford ... Glaring Man (as Ernest Rayford III)

Duane McLaughlin ... Jake

Betsy Aidem ... Pool Mother
Mary Anna Klindtworth ... Pool Daughter
Ted Neustadt ... Ron
Thomas Torres ... Band Leader

Blondell Cooper ... Hostess
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Fabrizio Fante ... Hartford Commuter (uncredited)

Ben Hauck ... Refreshments Boy (uncredited)

Michael Linstroth ... Kenny's Brother (uncredited)

Sarah Beth Nelson ... Box Office Ticket Seller (uncredited)

John H. Tobin ... Hartford Art Buyer (uncredited)
Kristen Vermilyea ... New Year's Eve Party Goer (uncredited)

Jennifer Weedon ... Kissing Girl (uncredited)

Directed by
Todd Haynes 
Writing credits
Todd Haynes (written by)

Produced by
Jody Allen .... producer (as Jody Patton)
Declan Baldwin .... co-producer
George Clooney .... executive producer
Eric Robison .... executive producer
Brad Simpson .... co-producer (as Bradford Simpson)
John Sloss .... executive producer
Steven Soderbergh .... executive producer
Christine Vachon .... producer
John Wells .... executive producer
Tracy Brimm .... executive producer (uncredited)
Diane Cornell .... financial line producer (uncredited)
Jean-Charles Levy .... associate producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Elmer Bernstein 
Cinematography by
Edward Lachman (director of photography)
Film Editing by
James Lyons 
Casting by
Laura Rosenthal 
Production Design by
Mark Friedberg 
Art Direction by
Peter Rogness 
Set Decoration by
Ellen Christiansen 
Costume Design by
Sandy Powell 
Makeup Department
Alan D'Angerio .... key hair stylist
Hildie Ginsberg .... makeup artist
Michael Kriston .... hair stylist
Elaine L. Offers .... makeup supervisor (as Elaine Offers)
Mary Cooke .... hair stylist (uncredited)
Eva Polywka .... additional makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Brad Goodman .... post-production supervisor
Buzz Koenig .... production manager (as Scott Koenig)
Katie Roumel .... executive in charge of production (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Timothy Bird .... first assistant director
Kristal D. Moseley .... second second assistant director
Peter Thorell .... second assistant director
Art Department
Derrick Alford .... shop craft
JoAnn Atwood .... on-set dresser
Robert Barnett .... camera scenic
Eric Bart .... journeyman
James Boniece .... best boy construction grip
Douglas Bowen .... shop craft (as Douglas M. Bowen)
Paul Candrilli .... construction grip
Ralph Contrado .... journeyman
Michele Corn .... journeyman (as Michele Corn Farrell)
Eva P. Davy .... journeyman (as Eva Davy)
Rena DeAngelo .... assistant set decorator
Alex DiGerlando .... art department production assistant (as Alex Digerlando)
Paul George Divone .... shop craft (as Paul Divone)
James Donahue .... journeyman
Bridget Drummond .... construction tracker
Marcial Garlitos .... shop craft
Alison Gilham .... journeyman
Harvey Goldberg .... set dresser foreman
Charles Goodman .... construction grip
Jonathan Graham .... key construction grip
Roman Greller .... set dresser
Tom Grunke .... construction grip
Sandy Hamilton .... property master
Joanna Hartell .... set dresser
James Hoff .... journeyman
Dana Hook .... best boy construction grip (as Dana S. Hook)
Bruno Jakob .... paintings by
Janet Kalas .... journeyman
Henry Kaplan .... set dresser
Brad Katz .... paintings by
Lisa Kennedy .... journeyman
Myron Kerstein .... paintings by
Claire Kirk .... art department coordinator
Mort Korn .... construction grip (as Morton Korn)
Gordon Krause .... key shop craft
Rob Landoll .... shop scenic (as Robert Landoll)
Roger Lang .... shop craft
Steven E. Lawler .... shop craft (as Steven A. Lawler)
Elizabeth Linn .... charge scenic
Jeff Lomaglio .... shop craft
Michael Loonam .... shop production assistant
Miguel López-Castillo .... assistant art director (as Miguel Lopez-Castillo)
James Maiello .... shop craft
Timothy Main .... shop craft (as Tim Main)
Jeffrey D. McDonald .... assistant art director (as Jeff McDonald)
Michael A. McFadden .... construction grip (as Michael McFadden)
Timothy Metzger .... leadman (as Tim Metzger)
Nick Miller .... construction coordinator
Ronald Miller .... shop craft
Kris Moran .... assistant property master
Don Nace .... scenic foreman
Quang Nguyen .... journeyman
Mel Noped .... construction grip (as Melvin Noped)
Michael O'Dell Green .... journeyman (as Michael D. Green)
Janine Pesce .... set dresser
Romano C. Pugliese .... greensperson (as Romano Pugliese)
Charles Quinlivan .... construction grip
Paul Ramirez .... shop scenic
Malcolm Reid .... shop craft
Lawrence Robinson .... journeyman
James Sadek .... shop craft
Johnny Santiago .... construction grip
Will Scheck .... first greensperson
Elaine Schindler .... journeyman
Mark Paul Selemon .... second greensperson (as Mark Selemon)
Richard A. Sirico .... shop craft
Jennifer Snoeyink .... journeyman (as Jennifer Snoeyink-Moskowitz)
Beth Solin .... journeyman
Jonathan Swain .... greensperson
Robert Vaccariello .... shop craft (as Robert A. Vaccariello)
Holly Watson .... graphics
Thomas White .... shop craft
Anthony Baldasare .... set dresser (uncredited)
Stephen Barth .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Paul Camarro .... set dresser (uncredited)
Brent Godek .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sound Department
Kelley Baker .... supervising sound editor
David Boulton .... adr mixer
Robert Carr .... mix recordist
David A. Cohen .... dialogue editor
Michael 'Gonzo' Gandsey .... sound editor
Marshall Garlington .... re-recording mixer
Jeanne Gilliland .... boom operator (as Jeanne L. Gilliland)
Amy Hammer .... operations: Wilshire Stages
Drew Kunin .... production sound mixer
Marnie Moore .... foley artist
Richard Moore .... sound editor
Richard Partlow .... foley artist (as Rick Partlow)
Andy Peach .... mix recordist (as Andrew Peach)
Frank Rinella .... foley mixer (as Frank Renella)
Paul Rodriguez .... operations: Wilshire Stages
Leslie Shatz .... sound re-recording mixer
Concha Solano .... first assistant sound editor
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer
Lesly Verduin .... apprentice sound editor
Joe White .... boom operator (as Joseph White Jr.)
James Willetts .... foley recordist
Patrick Winters .... adr and foley editor
James Wright .... consultant: Dolby Sound (as Jim Wright)
Peter Appleton .... adr supervisor (uncredited)
Russ Gorsline .... additional adr (uncredited)
Chris Navarro .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Eric Stolberg .... additional dialogue recording (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Michael Bird .... special effects assistant
Steven Kirshoff .... special effects coordinator (as Steve Kirshoff)
Thomas Viviano .... special effects assistant (as Thomas L. Viviano)
Visual Effects by
Shaina Holmes .... digital compositor (uncredited)
L. Elizabeth Powers .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Mark Sawicki .... optical camera (uncredited)
Peter Bucossi .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Divine Cox .... grip (as Divine T. Cox)
John W. DeBlau .... gaffer (as John W. Deblau)
Jay Feather .... second assistant camera
Richie Ford .... rigging best boy (as Richard Ford)
David Franzoni .... best boy electric
Abbot Genser .... still photographer (as Abbott Genzer)
Rick Gioia .... first assistant camera (as Richard Gioia)
Craig Haagensen .... camera operator
Anthony Hecanova .... loader (as Anthony Hechanova)
Paul Kinghan .... shop electric
David Lee .... still photographer
Dave Lowry .... best boy grip (as David F. Lowry Jr.)
Rick Marroquin .... dolly grip
Jim McMillan Jr. .... grip (as James C. McMillan Jr.)
James McMillan .... key grip (as James C. McMillan III)
Charles Meere III .... generator operator
Tom Percarpio .... rigging gaffer (as Thomas Percarpio)
Mark Schwentner .... third electric
Christopher Vaccaro .... grip (as Chris Vaccaro)
Craig Vaccaro .... key rigging grip
Nicky 'Nuckles' Vaccaro .... rigging grip (as Nick Vaccaro)
Peter Colavito .... electrician (uncredited)
Jason Micallef .... lamp operator (uncredited)
Melissa O'Brien .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Casting Department
Krista Bogetich .... casting assistant
Karen E. Etcoff .... extras casting: Kee Casting (as Karen Etcoff)
Bill Tripician .... extras casting assistant
Ali Farrell .... casting associate (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jill E. Anderson .... set costumer
David Davenport .... wardrobe supervisor
Patricia Eiben .... costumer
Joni M. Huth .... tailor
Jessica Jahn .... costume assistant
Dain I. Kalas .... tailor (as Dain Kalas)
Cheryl Kilbourne-Kimpton .... set costumer
Mary Jo McGrath .... costume coordinator (as M. J. McGrath)
Lisa Padovani .... assistant costume designer
Barbara Presar .... costumer
Tom Soluri .... set costumer
Thomas Stokes .... costumer (as Tom Stokes)
Susan J. Wright .... wardrobe supervisor
Susan Bakula .... costume tailor (uncredited)
Stephanie Biear .... seamstress (uncredited)
John Cowell .... head costume painter (uncredited)
Addie Hall .... costumer (uncredited)
Stacy Havens .... tailor (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Jack Baierlein .... colorist: video dailies
Kiersten Harter .... second assistant editor
Elizabeth Merrick .... editorial production assistant
Veronica Vichit-Vadakan .... apprentice editor
Joe Violante .... dailies advisor (as Joey Violante)
Joe Violante .... dailies processor: Technicolor (as Joey Violante)
Shelly Westerman .... associate editor
Lee Wimer .... color timer
Joe Finley .... digital colorist (uncredited)
Music Department
Emilie A. Bernstein .... orchestrator
Joanie Diener .... music editor
Nathan Kaproff .... music contractor
Joe Lisanti .... music editor
Cynthia Millar .... musician: piano solos
Patrick Russ .... assistant orchestrator
Carl Sealove .... assistant music editor
Dan Wallin .... scoring engineer
Warren Sherk .... music preparation (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Tommy Allen .... period vehicle coordinator (as Thomas C. Allen)
Robert Buckman .... transportation co-captain
Timothy P. Cassella .... driver
Richard Clark .... driver
Louis Ferraioli .... driver
William R. Hilt .... driver
Michael Hyde .... transportation captain
William J. Junior .... driver
Peter Krienbihl .... driver (as Peter A. Kreinbihl)
Salvatore R. Maffei .... driver
Robert 'Bull' Maher .... driver (as Robert Maher)
Jimmy Mahr .... driver (as James Mahr)
Edward Meyers .... driver (as Edward Myers)
Michael B. Russell .... driver (as Michael Russell)
Other crew
Ethan Anderson .... craft service
Anita Boudreaux .... assistant post-production accountant
Paul Brennan .... legal services: Sloss Law Office (as Paul Brennan Esq.)
Rich Cairns .... production office intern
Cheyanne M. Casey .... production office intern
David Chambers .... location production assistant
Kevin Chisolm .... stand-in
Mike Currie .... set production assistant
Mark Dornfeld .... titles and opticals: Custom Film Effects
Deb Dyer .... production accountant
Lisa Edmondson .... assistant: Mr. Bernstein
Missy Eustermann .... post-production accountant
Lindsay Feldman .... set intern
Katie Feola .... set intern
J. Eric Fisher .... office production assistant
Daniel Garrison .... set intern
Jennifer Gaylord .... legal services: Sloss Law Office (as Jennifer Gaylord Esq.)
Rhonda George .... assistant production coordinator
Dave Glew .... key production assistant
Reshma Gopaldas .... assistant: Ms. Moore
Kenda Greenwood .... production office intern
Bill Hansard Jr. .... process projection (as William G. Hansard)
Bill Hansard Jr. .... rear screen projection (as William G. Hansard)
Don Hansard .... process projection (as Don Hansard Jr.)
Don Hansard .... rear screen projection (as Don Hansard Jr.)
Jocelyn Hayes .... creative executive: Killer Films
Jeff Hill .... publicist
Beau Holden .... assistant: Mr. Quaid
Jesse Hove .... location production assistant
Sebastian Ischer .... set intern
Thomas Johnston .... script supervisor
Sherman Kaplan .... immigration attorney (as Sherman I. Kaplan)
Eva Karlicki .... cleaning services
Louis Katz .... production physician (as Louis Katz MD)
Diedre Kilgore .... stand-in
Vince Klein .... stand-in
Ryan Lakenan .... office production assistant
Christine Leaman .... location assistant
Yana Collins Lehman .... legal services: Sloss Law Office (as Yana Collins)
Erica Levy .... set production assistant
Ana Lombardo .... location coordinator
Lisa Madden .... accounting clerk (as Lisa Marie Madden)
Anabel Manchester .... location intern
Jon Marcus .... production executive: Killer Films
Keira Marcus .... first assistant accountant (as Keira March)
Marlene McCarty .... title design: Bureau
Raynelle Irene Mensah .... film runner (as Raynelle Mensah)
Kellie Morrison .... assistant location manager
Kip Myers .... location assistant
Raymond L. Negron .... set intern (as Ray Negron)
Zerlina Oppenheim .... set intern
Macall B. Polay .... payroll accountant
Joaquin Diego Prange .... location assistant
Jonathan Raymond .... assistant: Mr. Haynes (as Slats Grobnik)
Mike S. Ryan .... location manager
Kieran Shea .... location scout
Susan Shin George .... titles and opticals: Custom Film Effects
Nicola Silverstone .... administrator: Square One
Tanya Smith .... assistant: Mr. Haynes (as Checkers Smith)
Karen Koula Sossiadis .... production coordinator (as Koula Sossiadis)
Katina Sossiadis .... production secretary
Brett Spiegel .... production office intern
Susan J. Spohr .... liaison: CFI (as Susan Spohr)
Debbie Stampfle .... set production assistant
Jennifer Stefanon .... film runner
Conrad Tamayo .... production office intern (as Conrad L. Tamayo)
April Taylor .... location assistant
Edward Tejada .... parking coordinator
Ginger Thatcher .... choreographer
Jay Van Hoy .... office manager
Sheri von Seeburg .... researcher (as Sheri Von Seeberg)
Daniel Wagner .... assistant: Ms. Vachon
Derek Wimble .... set production assistant
Danny Winchester .... film runner (as Daniel Winchester)
Annie Young Frisbie .... product placement (as Annie Young)
Vikas Bandhu .... production assistant (uncredited)
Travis Blue .... office intern (uncredited)
Michael J. Cargill .... production assistant (uncredited)
Rebecca Ewing .... production assistant (uncredited)
Randy Manion .... location scout (uncredited)
Raynelle Irene Mensah .... office production assistant (uncredited)
Guillaume Renberg .... remote head technician (uncredited)
Vicki Dee Rock .... production executive (uncredited)
Eugene Stamos .... craft service (uncredited)
Dan Frazier .... the producers wish to thank
Craig Gering .... special thanks
Scott Greenstein .... the producers wish to thank
Wendy Haynes .... the producers wish to thank
Pamela Koffler .... acknowledgement: for Killer Films
Joan McAllister .... the producers wish to thank
Phil Morrison .... the producers wish to thank
Steven Raphael .... special thanks
Noah Reibel .... the producers wish to thank
Robin Rosenberg .... the producers wish to thank
Katie Roumel .... acknowledgement: for Killer Films
Michael Silverman .... the producers wish to thank
Joanne Woodward .... the producers wish to thank
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated PG-13 for mature thematic elements, sexual content, brief violence and language
107 min
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In the middle of shooting, the production's bond company took away the easy-pass cards used by the teamsters on the crew during their daily commute over the Jersey turnpike to locations. This ended up costing the production more, as the drivers still used the no-stop toll lanes at the turnpike and ended up incurring fines.See more »
Errors in geography: Hartford, CT does not have a small commuter train station as seen in the movie.See more »
Eleanor Fine:Call me old fashioned, I just like all the men I'm around to be all men.See more »
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28 out of 36 people found the following review useful.
The way we were, 15 July 2007
Author: moviemanMA from Massachusetts

A man and his wife enter the office of a man who could possibly save the man from a life threatening illness. THe process includes many visits with a psychiatrist and possibly some electro-shock therapy. No, this person does not have schizophrenia or multiple personality disorder. This man is a homosexual.

Yes, it is true, this man is considered "sick" but that is just one of the many skewed attitudes of the 1950's that director Todd Haynes brings to light in Far From Heaven. Julianne Moore plays Cathy Whitaker, the wife of Frank Whitaker, Dennis Quaid, who are the proud parents of two children. The live the life that people envied. A nice home, money, success, and happiness. All of that comes crashing down when Cathy discovers her husband is not who he really is.

Cathy goes to Frank's work to drop off some dinner only to discover that her husband is in the arms of another man. Frank says that he is "sick" and wants treatment. Cathy, the "super wife" is behind him 100 percent, as if he really had an illness to beat. Frnak is ashamed and doesn't want support, just some privacy while he goes through session after session of therapy to try and make him "normal".

To add to this difficulty, the family gardener passes away and his son Raymond, Dennis Haysbert, takes over. Cathy comes to confide in Raymond and find peace of mind in his attitude and his overall good nature. The neighborhood looks down on their friendship and casts a shadow on the household. Raymond, a black man, is much like Cathy, seeing not color, but people. Even in New Haven, Connecticut, the feeling of white superiority still runs through the veins of its inhabitants.

The movie from start to finish is wonderful. It is a roller-coaster of emotions. Moore, Quaid, and Haysbert give fantastic performances. Even Patricia Clarkson, who plays Cathy one true friend in the neighborhood gives a delightful performance.

It's not just the acting that gives this movie it's lift off of the ground. Haynes direction and the art direction of the film create a pallet of colors and emotions that set the mood for each seen. The film opens in autumn. The leaves are shades of red, yellow, and orange, a true autumnal foliage like you would see on a Vermont postcard. The clothing is a perfect time capsule of the 50's. Haynes also uses a lot of colored lights to directly influence the mood of a scene. The green neon light of the gay bar Frank enters gives a strange feel like an alien world. The blue light that comes in through the windows in his office at night and in their home after a party means something dramatic is taking place.

Elmer Bernstein has racked up 14 nominations for his music, including a win for Throughly Modern Millie. His score for this film is the current that pushes the story along. Like so many great composers, he doesn't create music but a character. Everything is different with the right score to back up a great story.A story and a script that Haynes wrote so beautifully. He captured the lingo that kids used in the 50's and gave us a look at how kind people can be and how despicable some are.

The issues that Haynes tackles in the film are still around today, just not taken so seriously. It is hard to think that only 50 years ago, homosexuals were looked at as sick people and the African-American community was still not welcome. To this day there are still hints of this feeling around the country, but most is left to be talked about in the privacy of our own homes.

Whether or not you are straight or gay, black or white, democrat or republican, we all are people. Haynes shows that even if two people are in harmony, it is the outside influences that can rip them apart. Hatred and tolerance cannot coexist.

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