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Wicker Park -- A young Chicago advertising executive believes a woman he sees in a café is his long-lost love. His conviction leads to obsession, as he puts his life on hold to trail her.
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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Gilles Mimouni (film L'Appartement)
Brandon Boyce (screenplay)
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Release Date:
3 September 2004 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
Passion never dies.
Plot:
A young Chicago advertising executive believes a woman he sees in a café is his long-lost love. His conviction leads to obsession, as he puts his life on hold to trail her. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Josh Hartnett ... Matthew

Rose Byrne ... Alex

Matthew Lillard ... Luke

Diane Kruger ... Lisa

Christopher Cousins ... Daniel

Jessica Paré ... Rebecca

Vlasta Vrana ... Jeweller
Amy Sobol ... Ellie

Ted Whittall ... Walter
Isabel Dos Santos ... Chamber Maid
Joanna Noyes ... Mary
Kerrilyn Keith ... Female Customer

Mark Camacho ... Bartender

Marcel Jeannin ... Theater Director
Stéfanie Buxton ... Ticket Agent
Stanley Hilaire ... Stage Manager
Zhenhu Han ... Mr. Hong

Lu Ye ... Ms. Hsia

Christian Paul ... Orsino
Gillian Ferrabee ... Robin
Frank Fontaine ... Priest

Miranda Handford ... Actress Olivia
Benjamin Hatcher ... Choreographer

Richard Jutras ... Hotel Manager
Kelly Anne Patterson ... Hostess
Mary Morter ... Old Lady

Erika Rosenbaum ... Waitress
Jessica Schulte ... Waitress (as Jessica Shulte)
Paul Doucet ... Driver
Jamieson Boulanger ... Boyfriend
Carrie Colak ... Girlfriend

Gordon Masten ... Hot Dog Vendor
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Melia Morgan ... Waitress (uncredited)
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Directed by
Paul McGuigan 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Gilles Mimouni (film L'Appartement)

Brandon Boyce (screenplay)

Produced by
Georges Benayoun .... executive producer
Andre Lamal .... producer
Gary Lucchesi .... producer
Gilles Mimouni .... executive producer
Tom Rosenberg .... producer
Harley Tannenbaum .... executive producer
Marcus Viscidi .... producer
Henry Winterstern .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Cliff Martinez 
 
Cinematography by
Peter Sova 
 
Film Editing by
Andrew Hulme 
 
Casting by
Deborah Aquila 
Andrea Kenyon 
Randi Wells 
Tricia Wood 
 
Production Design by
Richard Bridgland 
 
Set Decoration by
Suzanne Cloutier 
 
Costume Design by
Odette Gadoury 
 
Makeup Department
Deborah K. Dee .... makeup artist: Chicago (as Deborah Dee)
Sandro Di Gioacchino .... hair stylist
Réjean Goderre .... key hair stylist
Mindy Hall .... makeup artist: Mr. Hartnett
Gaétan Landry .... assistant hair stylist
Christine Larocque .... wig maker
Micheline Trépanier .... key makeup artist
Nathalie Trépanier .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
John Anthony .... production supervisor
Manon Bougie .... production manager
Marc-André Goyer .... assistant unit manager
Karyn McCarthy .... unit production manager: USA
James McQuaide .... post-production supervisor
Tal Meirson .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jesabelle Boileau .... additional third assistant director
Ariane Côté-Chénier .... additional third assistant director
Jennifer Deigl .... second second assistant director: Chicago
Pedro Gandol .... first assistant director
James Giovannetti Jr. .... first assistant director: Chicago
Carl Kouri .... additional third assistant director
Richard S. Lederer .... key second assistant director: Chicago (as Richard Lederer)
Laurence Mercier .... third assistant director
Natalie Plante .... additional third assistant director
Dandy Thibaudeau .... second assistant director (as Dandy Thibodeau)
 
Art Department
Sandra Borromeo .... assistant art department coordinator
Real Capuano .... scenic technician
Xavier Georges .... assistant set decorator
Erik Gosselin .... custom props
Martin Handfield .... on-set property master
Raymond Larose .... set designer
Lucie Tremblay .... set designer
Paul Le Maire .... set dresser (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
David Franklin Bergad .... adr editor (as David Bergad)
Mark Berger .... supervising re-recording mixer
Maxime Ferland .... boom operator
Malcolm Fife .... sound effects editor
Piotr Filipowski .... sound effects editor
Kim Foscato .... foley editor
Curt Frisk .... sound mixer: Chicago
Henry Godding Jr. .... adr recordist: Montreal
Samuel H. Hinckley .... sound effects editor (as Samuel Hinckley)
Jason Johnston .... utility sound: Chicago
Douglas Murray .... sound designer
Douglas Murray .... supervising sound editor
John Nutt .... adr editor
Richard Quinn .... dialogue editor (as Rich Quinn)
Blair Scheller .... boom operator: Chicago
Michael Semanick .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Francis Choquette .... special effects technician
Louis Craig .... special effects supervisor
Mario Dumont .... special effects coordinator
John Rigden .... special effects foreman: Chicago
Philippe Roberge .... special effects technician
Dieter Sturm .... special effects snowmaker: Chicago
 
Visual Effects by
Gary E. Beach .... visual effects coordinator (as Gary Beach)
Artaya Boonsoong .... senior technical artist
Gary J. Brown .... Inferno artist (as Gary Brown)
Chad Dombrova .... visual effects
H Haden Hammond .... visual effects: Luma Pictures
Justin Johnson .... senior visual effects artist
Trent Johnson .... digital film colorist
Wendy Klein .... visual effects: Luma Pictures
James McQuaide .... visual effects supervisor
Glenn Morris .... digital artist
Ian Noe .... visual effects artist
Phil Pham .... digital compositor: Luma Pictures
Burke Roane .... compositor: Luma Pictures
Trey Roane .... compositor: Luma Pictures
Christopher Sage .... digital effects artist: Luma Pictures
Jason Scherbert .... digital artist
Payam Shohadai .... visual effects supervisor: Luma Pictures
Thanapoom Siripopungul .... visual effects artist: Luma Pictures
Wilson Tang .... digital restoration
Daniel E. Zobrist .... lead matchmove artist (as Daniel Emil Zobrist)
Andy Chih-Jen Chang .... digital compositor: Luma Pictures (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Marc Désourdy .... stunt coordinator
Martin Williams .... stunt rigger
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jean-François Abran .... electrician
Yves Arseneau .... electrician
Sylvain Bernier .... gaffer
François Daignault .... camera operator: "a" camera
Jean-Yves Denis .... grip
Attila Dory .... still photographer
Mathieu Décary .... first assistant camera: dailies
Zachary Gannaway .... camera loader: Chicago
Rémi Giroux .... grip
Stephanie Girard Hamelin .... video assist operator
John Harris .... pre-light electrician
Charles S. Hodes .... still photographer
Isabelle Lecompte .... second assistant camera
Charles Marcotte .... electrician
Nicolas Marion .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Ryan Puckett .... grip
Michel Périard .... key grip
John S. Robertson .... key grip
Dan Schroer .... second assistant camera: Chicago
Faires A. Sekiya .... aerial camera operator (as Faires Anderson)
Dean M. Simmon .... first assistant camera
Michel St. Martin .... grip
Stephane Tanguay .... electrician
Marco Venditto .... electrician
 
Casting Department
Gabriel Lavina .... casting assistant: Montreal
Shawn Roberts .... casting assistant
Jennifer L. Smith .... casting associate
 
Editorial Department
Stacey S. Clipp .... first assistant editor
Tony Dustin .... digital color assist
Brent Eldridge .... digital color correction
Kenn Elliott .... dailies colorist
David Heinz .... post-production assistant
Trent Johnson .... digital film colorist
Peter Kwong .... assistant editor
Mike Mertens .... color consultant
Beth Ostermann .... digital intermediate producer
Bob Peishel .... digital intermediate producer
Mike Sowa .... digital preview timer
Valance Eisleben .... high definition editorial services (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Gregory Butler .... composer: additional music
Richard Henderson .... music editor
Charles B. Kim .... music programmer (as Charles Kim)
Stephen Krause .... music scoring mixer
Stephen Krause .... score recordist
Michael A. Levine .... composer: additional music (as Michael Levine)
Cliff Martinez .... score producer
Liza Richardson .... music supervisor
Fredrik Sarhagen .... additional score mixer
Fredrik Sarhagen .... additional score recordist
Michael Glenn Williams .... composer: additional music (as Michael Williams)
 
Transportation Department
Bertrand Calmeau .... driver: Matthew Lillard
Vincent Houle .... driver
Alexandre Juaneda .... transportation captain
Nicky Luca .... driver
Daniel Ross .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Cassandra Barbour .... rights and clearances
Bridgett Baron .... accountant: Chicago
Jeremy Beiermann .... office production assistant: Chicago
Ilsa Berg .... assistant: Mr. Lucchesi
Adam Berry .... production assistant: Chicago
Benjamin T. Brammeier .... production assistant: Chicago
Liz Brownstein .... model: ad campaign
Jennifer Byrne .... assistant production office coordinator: second unit
Jean-Philippe Collin .... stand-in: Christopher Cousins
Rick Cranford .... script coordinator
Yves Desjardins .... travel coordinator
Adam Ellison .... assistant: Mr. Lucchesi
Anna Ferenczi .... stand-in: Rose Byrne
Jocelyne Gagné .... first assist accountant
Caroline Gervais .... stand-in: Diane Kruger
Sophie Goulet .... production secretary
Marjorie Hamel .... assistant script supervisor
Cicely D. Harris .... extras set coordinator: Chicago
Rob Harris .... unit publicist
Caroline Isabelle .... model: ad campaign
Jean-Patrick Joseph .... special equipment supplier
Steve Leblanc .... production assistant
Mark Mamalakis .... location manager: Chicago
Benoît Mathieu .... location manager
Pat McCarthy .... production coordinator: Chicago
Melanie Morin .... receptionist
Helene Muller .... production coordinator
Tom Nicoll .... production assistant
Colleen Nybo .... post-production accountant
Caroline Portelance .... model: ad campaign
Stefan Rand .... production assistant
France Raymond .... stand-in: Rose Byrne
Ryan Robertson .... main title producer
Maria C. Roxas .... key assistant location manager: Chicago
Marie-Danielle Sabourin .... model: ad campaign
John Santilli .... office intern
Micah Schifman .... assistant: Mr. McGuigan
Elizabeth Schlater .... assistant: Mr. Rosenberg
Katalin Schulteisz .... assistant: Mr. Rosenberg
Laura Sevier .... rights and clearances
Sacha Sojic .... stand-in: Josh Hartnett
Michèle St-Arnaud .... location manager
Paula Stier .... production assistant: Chicago
Anthony Streicher .... assistant: Mr. Lamal
Adam Thacker .... production assistant
Jesse Todd .... stand-in: Matthew Lillard
Carlo Treviso .... production office intern: Chicago
Garson Yu .... title designer
Michael J. Harker .... completion bond company representative (uncredited)
Paula Kucharski .... production office assistant (uncredited)
Erick Nyhuis .... production assistant (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Robert L. Benun .... thanks: end titles
 

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for sexuality and language
Runtime:
114 min
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Certification:
Argentina:13 | Australia:M | Canada:PG (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario) | Chile:14 | Finland:K-7 | Germany:o.Al. | Iceland:10 (original rating) | Iceland:12 (video rating) | Ireland:12 | Malaysia:U | Netherlands:6 | Norway:A | Peru:14 | Philippines:PG-13 | Portugal:M/12 | Romania:A.G. | Singapore:PG | South Korea:15 | Sweden:Btl | UK:12A | USA:PG-13 (certificate #40403)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Josh Hartnett signed on after Paul Walker was forced to drop out due to complications with the filming of 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003).See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Matt and Lisa are making love for the first time, Lisa takes off Matt's shirt and in the next shot Matt is wearing his shirt.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Jeweller:[holding a diamond ring] Magnificent, aren't they? "God's tears".
Matthew:Yeah. It's beautiful. So are the others, I... I guess I just have to make the right decision.
Jeweller:In the end it's not your eye that must decide.
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Movie Connections:
References Withnail & I (1987)See more »
Soundtrack:
We Have a Map of the PianoSee more »

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161 out of 196 people found the following review useful.
A glimpse of stalking, 11 September 2004
Author: livewire-6 from Ottawa, Canada

I've just come back from seeing what I think is one of the best movies of 2004. I found the story fascinating, the look stylish, and the music haunting.

"Wicker Park" is a tale of obsession on many levels. It is told partly in flashback, so that you have to piece the events together and figure out how far back the action of the film began -- what is now and what was then. The director uses split-screen techniques that enhance the look and feel of the film, lifting it from the realm of the ordinary to the plane of art. A haunting theme weaves its way through this labyrinth of lies, leading to a satisfying (because inevitable) conclusion.

I saw the film with two friends who were of a very different opinion. They found the film "convoluted" and "clichéd". I disagree. It was easy to tell what was flashback and what was here-and-now. But the story is complicated (not convoluted) and does require some sorting out. As for being cliched, I found the film quite the opposite. It could have gone in some trite, hackneyed directions but didn't. And while some people might think the ending is the cliché of all clichés, I thought that, emotionally, it was absolutely right and the only possible way to end the film.

I loved "Wicker Park" so much that I would willingly see it again, to get a better sense of how the story is put together, and just for the sheer pleasure of its look and sound. You might say I too am obsessed.

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