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Writers (WGA):
Steve Martin (novel)
Steve Martin (screenplay)
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Release Date:
17 November 2005 (Russia) See more »
Relationships don't always fit like a glove.
A film adaptation of Steve Martin's novel about a complex love triangle between a bored salesgirl, a wealthy businessman and an aimless young man. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Steve Martin ... Ray Porter

Claire Danes ... Mirabelle

Jason Schwartzman ... Jeremy

Bridgette Wilson-Sampras ... Lisa Cramer

Sam Bottoms ... Dan Buttersfield

Frances Conroy ... Catherine Buttersfield

Rebecca Pidgeon ... Christie Richards

Samantha Shelton ... Loki
Gina Doctor ... Del Rey

Clyde Kusatsu ... Mr. Agasa

Romy Rosemont ... Loan Officer

Joshua Snyder ... Trey Bryan

Rachel Nichols ... Trey's Girlfriend

Shane Edelman ... Chet

Emily Kuroda ... Japanese Woman

Jayzel Samonte ... Houseboy

Mark Kozelek ... Luther
John Fedevich ... Hot Tears Band Member (as Johnny Fedevich)
Zak Sally ... Hot Tears Band Member
Ray Buktenica ... Shrink

Alexondra Lee ... Karen

Shannon Hile ... SAKS Customer

Joe Bays ... Businessman

Randy Oglesby ... Tom

Richard Fancy ... Eli

Anne Marie Howard ... Mandy

Kevin Kilner ... Charley
Mathew Smith ... The Volebeats
Troy Gregory ... The Volebeats
Scott Michalski ... The Volebeats
Russell Ledford ... The Volebeats
Jeff Oakes ... The Volebeats

Kris Deskins ... Armani Seamstress

Laura Grady ... Cosmetic Girl
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Markus Baldwin ... Man at Cafe (uncredited)

Jesse Burch ... Man at Gallery (uncredited)

Yorgo Constantine ... Manager (uncredited)

Barbara Ann Crumm ... Silverlake Hipster (uncredited)

Kimberly Demarse ... Accounting Clerk (uncredited)

Jeanette Driver ... Saks Customer (uncredited)

Zoey Goetsch ... Cafe Girl (uncredited)

Tara Hunnewell ... Art Patron (uncredited)

Alonzo F. Jones ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Tom Jourden ... Gallery Owner (uncredited)

Laura Mayes ... Art Patron (uncredited)

Nora Paradiso ... Shopper (uncredited)

Ozman Sirgood ... New York Ballroom Guest #1 (uncredited)
Henry T. Yamada ... Sushi Chef (uncredited)

Directed by
Anand Tucker 
Writing credits
Steve Martin (novel "Shopgirl")

Steve Martin (screenplay)

Produced by
Ashok Amritraj .... producer
Simon Conder .... associate producer
Nick Hamson .... associate producer
Jon Jashni .... producer
Steve Martin .... producer
Andrew Sugerman .... executive producer
Marcus Viscidi .... co-producer (as Marcus A. Viscidi)
Meredith Zamsky .... associate producer
Original Music by
Barrington Pheloung 
Cinematography by
Peter Suschitzky (director of photography)
Film Editing by
David Gamble 
Casting by
Deborah Aquila 
Tricia Wood 
Production Design by
William Arnold 
Art Direction by
Sue Chan 
Set Decoration by
David Smith 
Costume Design by
Nancy Steiner 
Makeup Department
Frank Griffin .... makeup artist: Mr. Martin
Lydia Milars .... department head makeup
Ned Neidhardt .... key makeup artist
Colette Slattery .... assistant hair stylist
Toni-Ann Walker .... hair designer
Nacoma Whobrey .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Joy Zapata .... second assistant hair stylist (uncredited)
Production Management
Jan Kikumoto .... post-production supervisor
Shari LaFranchi Blakney .... production supervisor (as Shari Lafranchi Blakney)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Timothy Bird .... first assistant director
Leslie Garvin .... second assistant director
Heather Grierson .... second assistant director
Keith Jones .... second second assistant director (as Keith C.A. Jones)
Dana Wagner .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Armando Abarca .... swing gang
Michael Berard Anderson .... set designer (as Michael Bernard Anderson)
John Barbera .... labor foreman
James R. Barrows .... swing gang (as James Barrows)
Adriana Dardas .... art department intern
Mark Davidson .... swing gang
Andrew P. Flores .... stand-by painter (as Andy Flores)
Glenn Forbes .... second assistant property master
Douglas Fox .... property master
Gerald Gates Jr. .... lead scenic (as Gerald Gates)
Thomas Gibson .... painter
Joseph Gilmore .... propmaker
Canada Johanna Gordon .... art department coordinator (as Canada Gordon)
Will Grant .... swing gang
Jerry Gummeson .... swing gang
Jill Haber .... painter
James Henry .... propmaker
Allyson Hollingsworth .... drawings
Thomas Krueger .... construction medic
Sasha Madzar .... propmaker
Cynthia Martinez .... greensman
Amie McCarthy .... props buyer (as Amie F. McCarthy-Winn)
Mark McGraudy .... toolman (as Mark Magruady)
Douglas McKay .... swing gang (as Doug McKay)
Sebastian Milito .... construction coordinator
Steven M. Miller .... greensman foreman (as Steve Miller)
Martin Milligan .... on-set dresser
Scott Mizgaites .... propmaker gangboss
Scott Morgan .... art department production assistant
Keith Sale .... swing gang
Tommy Samona .... swing gang
Dixwell Stillman .... propmaker foreman (as Dixwell H. Stillman)
Michael P. Sweeney .... first assistant property master
Michaela T. Tupta .... set dressing buyer (as Michaela Tupta)
Art Vasenius .... lead person
Paul Zelenka .... labor gangboss
Ken Donham .... set dresser (uncredited)
Will Grant .... set dressing gang boss (uncredited)
Bob Renna .... day player set dresser (uncredited)
Keith Sale .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sound Department
Matthew T. Duncan .... mixing recordist
David Esparza .... sound effects editor
Matthew Iadarola .... sound re-recording mixer
Robert Jackson .... co-supervising sound editor (as Robert C. Jackson)
Randall L. Johnson .... boom operator (as Randy Johnson)
Shawn Kennelly .... foley mixer
Laura Macias .... foley artist
Andrea M. Metty .... mix facility coordinator
Michael A. Morongell .... mixing engineer (as Michael Morongell)
Chris Navarro .... adr recordist
Paul Rodriguez .... mix facility coordinator
Sean Rowe .... foley artist
Leslie Shatz .... sound re-recording mixer
Leslie Shatz .... supervising sound editor
Ben Sparks .... assistant sound editor
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer
Edward Tise .... production sound
Lisa Varetakis .... foley supervisor
Ace Williams .... cable person
Paul J. Zydel .... adr mixer: New York (as Paul Zydel)
Matt Dubin .... mixing recordist (uncredited)
Marc Meyer .... foley editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Scott M. Austin .... special effects assistant (as Scott Austin)
Doyle Smiley .... special effects assistant
Ron Trost .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Jeff Barnes .... executive producer: CafeFX
Bobby Bell .... executive producer: Howard Anderson Company
Jeremy Cho .... roto/matte artist: CafeFX
David Ebner .... facility effects supervisor: CafeFX
Steven Fagerquist .... compositing artist: Howard Anderson Company
David Feinner .... compositing artist: Howard Anderson Company
Mike Fischer .... digital effects compositor: CaféFX
Kathi Galloway .... production assistant: CafeFX
Vicki Galloway-Weimer .... visual effects producer: CafeFX (as Vicki Galloway Weimer)
Christopher Grandel .... compositing artist: Howard Anderson Company
Erik Henry .... visual effects supervisor
Joseph Hoback .... roto/matte artist: CafeFX (as Joe Hoback)
Peter Koczera .... senior digital artist: Howard Anderson Company
Derek Ledbetter .... compositing artist: Howard Anderson Company
Bob Micheletti .... supervisor of technology: Howard Anderson Company
Phillip Moses .... visual effects coordinator: CafeFX
Toby Newell .... roto/matte artist: CafeFX
Shannon Noble .... lead digital artist: Howard Anderson Company
Akira Orikasa .... digital effects compositor: CaféFX
Desi Ortiz .... visual effects editor: CafeFX
Larry Thomas .... data I/O: CaféFX
Rhonda Thompson .... production assistant: CafeFX
Charmaine Tuason .... production assistant: CafeFX
Jack Wells .... data I/O: CaféFX
Rob Menapace .... motion control operator (uncredited)
Brian Smallwood .... digital artist (uncredited)
Danny Torres .... systems administrator (uncredited)
O.D. Welch .... production executive: CafeFX (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Tim Alatorre .... rigging grip
Justin Babin .... rigging grip
Clyde E. Bryan .... first assistant camera
Richard Brooks Burton .... aerial camera assistant (as Richard Burton)
Glenn Cannon .... video assist
Kenny Carceller .... grip
Joe Colangelo .... rigging gaffer (as Joe Coleangelo)
Thomas Crawford .... second company grip
Jimmy Ellis .... electrician
Sam Emerson .... still photographer (as Sam Young Emerson)
Greg Fausak .... grip
David Garden .... camera loader
Kirk R. Gardner .... Steadicam operator (as Kirk Gardner)
Bob Gorelick .... Steadicam operator
Adam Harrison .... best boy rigging electric
Greg Jensen .... electrician
Jonathan Leary .... best boy rigging grip
Chris Leidholdt .... rigging key grip
Richard Mall .... key grip
Terence McNally .... electrician
John Joseph Minardi .... grip (as John Minardi)
Craig Molsberry .... assistant chief lighting technician
Katie Nilson .... electrician
David B. Nowell .... aerial director of photography (as David Nowell)
David Pearlberg .... dolly grip
Scott Andrew Ressler .... camera operator (as Scott Ressler)
Alec Shepherd .... grip
Rob Sweeney .... director of photography: second unit
Richard Tibbetts .... rigging electrician
Suzanne Trucks .... second assistant camera (as Suzanne M. Trucks)
Anthony Van Dyk .... electrician (as Anthony Bandyk)
John Vecchio .... chief lighting technician
John Zirbel .... rigging electrician
Bruce Del Castillo .... grip (uncredited)
Bob Gorelick .... camera operator (uncredited)
Jason Kay .... hothead operator (uncredited)
Casting Department
Jennifer Ricchiazzi .... casting assistant
Jennifer L. Smith .... casting associate (as Jennifer Smith)
Kelly Hunt .... extras casting (uncredited)
Rich King .... extras casting (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Anita Louise Brown .... key costumer (as Anita 'Snoops' Brown)
Heidi Higginbotham .... costume supervisor
Lina Yoko Hitomi .... production assistant: costume department (as Yoko Hitomi)
Anton Schneider .... additional costumer
Alison Stein .... additional costumer
Don Vargas .... costumer: Mr. Martin
Christie Wittenborn .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Robert J. Lemos .... assistant editor
Sheila MacDowell .... first assistant editor
Pablo Prietto .... assistant editor
Anna Solorio-Catalano .... assistant editor
Neil Williams .... first assistant editor
Lee Wimer .... color timer
Anna Catalano .... assistant editor (uncredited)
David Dresher .... post-production executive (uncredited)
Lalit Goyal .... assistant editor: lightworks (uncredited)
Music Department
Niall Acott .... music engineer
Niall Acott .... music mixer
Niall Acott .... music recordist
John Anderson .... key musician
Alexander Balanescu .... orchestra leader (as Alex Balanescu)
Mat Bartram .... assistant music engineer
Mat Bartram .... assistant music mixer
Mat Bartram .... assistant music recordist
Andy Brown .... orchestral contractor
Nicholas Bucknall .... key musician (as Nick Bucknall)
Darren Campan .... music engineer: additional material
Darren Campan .... music recordist: additional material
Nick Cooper .... key musician
John Finklea .... music editor
David Heath .... key musician (as Dave Heath)
Sally Heath .... soloist
Gary Kettel .... soloist
Greg Knowles .... key musician
Christopher Laurence .... key musician (as Chris Laurence)
David Lee .... key musician (as Dave Lee)
The London Metropolitan Orchestra .... music performed by
Steve Morris .... key musician
Barrington Pheloung .... conductor: original music
Barrington Pheloung .... music producer
Heather Pheloung .... music assistant
Frank Ricotti .... soloist
Amanda Street .... music supervisor: London, DNA Music Ltd.
Gill Tingay .... key musician
Ivo van der Worff .... key musician (as Ivo-Jan Van Der Werff)
Paul Di Franco .... music clearance (uncredited)
Jean-Paul DiFranco .... music coordinator (uncredited)
David Esparza .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Greg Bauer .... production driver
Michael Catanzano .... production driver
Jeff Couch .... transportation captain
Dave Haldeman .... production driver (as David 'Super Dave' Haldeman)
Wesley Hazelton .... production driver
Margo Hunt .... production driver
Jerry Jackson .... production driver
Alan Kaminsky .... transportation co-captain (as Al Kaminsky)
Brian Kay .... production driver
'Wild Bill' Laczko .... production driver (as William 'Wild Bill' Laczko)
A. Welch Lambeth .... transportation coordinator (as Welch Lambeth)
Scott Loveless .... driver: Mr. Tucker
Manuel Martinez .... production driver
Anthony T. Mazzola .... production driver (as Anthony Mazzola)
John McLaughlin .... production driver
Tony 'Bear' Mihalopoulos .... production driver
Marco A. Orozco .... driver: Mr. Martin (as Marco Orozco)
Wayne Parviainen .... production driver
Lawrence J. Romanoff .... production driver (as Larry Romanoff)
Paul Smith .... production driver
Jim Stevens .... production driver
Pat Stubbs .... production driver
Matthew Talamantes .... production driver
David Teasley .... production driver
Scott Tyler .... production driver
Harold L. Woods .... production driver (as Harold Woods)
Paulie DiCocco III .... driver: Claire Danes (uncredited)
Other crew
Newell Alexander .... adr voice: L.A. MadDogs
Rosemary Alexander .... adr voice: L.A. MadDogs
Chas. Allan .... assistant location manager (as Chas Allan)
Tom Amundson .... adr voice: L.A. MadDogs
John Benzing .... team: SAKS
Ted Campbell .... set production assistant
Mitch Carter .... adr voice: L.A. MadDogs
Jeff Castelluccio .... set production assistant
Adrian Castillo .... team: SAKS
Valeria Migliassi Collins .... script supervisor
Eric Cross .... team: SAKS
Judy Heinzen Culotta .... assistant location manager (as Judy Heinzen)
Robert de Miro .... adr voice: L.A. MadDogs (as Robert Miro)
Jonathan Deiner .... office production assistant
Ben Dietz .... assistant: Mr. Amritraj
Ken Donham .... team: SAKS
Michael Donner .... post-production accountant
Joshua Dupre .... assistant chef: Hanna Brothers Catering
Adam Ellison .... assistant: Mr. Tucker
Leann Emmert .... assistant location manager
Stuart Fink .... publicist
Donald Fullilove .... adr voice: L.A. MadDogs
Nindia Gabichvadze .... team: SAKS
Elisa Gabrielli .... adr voice: L.A. MadDogs
Colleen Gibbons .... location manager (as Colleen Hilary Gibbons)
Phil Giovanelli .... team: SAKS
Joe Hanna .... chef: Hanna Brothers Catering
Esther Harvey .... assistant: Ms. Danes
Allyson Hollingsworth .... photographs provider
Kathy Inscore .... team: SAKS
Nicholas Irwin .... first assistant accountant
Carrie Mae Jones .... assistant accountant (as Carrie M. Jones)
Christian Laffey .... office production assistant
Ronald Lepine .... assistant chef: Hanna Brothers Catering
Marsha R. Levine .... placement: Dassault Falcon Jet
Hope Levy .... adr voice: L.A. MadDogs
Tory Littman .... assistant craft service
James E. Maddux .... first aid
Charissa McLain .... production coordinator
Meredith Meade .... second assistant accountant (as Meredith G Meade)
Matt Melis .... office production assistant
Edie Mirman .... adr voice: L.A. MadDogs
Cate Nelson .... set production assistant
Elion Olson .... set production assistant (as Elion S. Olsen)
Robert L. Oppenheim .... production legal (as Robert Oppenheim)
Jordan Otis .... set production assistant
Amy Perlman .... team: SAKS
Roger Poirier .... assistant chef: Hanna Brothers Catering
Lori Rhodes .... public relations: SAKS Fifth Avenue
Danielle Robertson .... assistant: Mr. Sugerman
Jacqueline Saygan .... accounting clerk
Katie Shapiro .... location production assistant (as Katie Sadock)
John Smart .... clearance coordinator (as John Smart)
Emre Sonmez .... assistant location manager
Bryan Stamp .... assistant: Mr. Jashni
Barbara-Ann Stein .... production accountant
Jessica Strauss .... assistant: Mr. Martin
Chance P. Tassone .... craft service (as Chance Tassone)
Steve Trombatore .... assistant accountant
Kenny Vasquez .... set production assistant
Ilene Waterstone .... executive assistant: Mr. Martin
Allan Bragg .... stand-in: Steve Martin (uncredited)
Patrick Gregston .... consultant (uncredited)
Seth William Hansen .... additional set production assistant (uncredited)
Michael Heithaus .... stand-in: J. Schwartzman (uncredited)
Steve Hertler .... technician: Wescam XR (uncredited)
Alan D. Purwin .... helicopter pilot (uncredited)
Peter Alexander .... acknowledgment: artist of supplied artwork
Casey Hanrahan .... acknowledgment: artist of supplied artwork
Vicky Hanrahan .... acknowledgment: artist of supplied artwork
Luc Leestemaker .... acknowledgment: artist of supplied artwork
Jennifer Long .... acknowledgment: artwork supplied by
Sofia Nuccio .... acknowledgment: artist of supplied artwork
Mike Puccio .... acknowledgment: artist of supplied artwork
Marta Rogoyska .... acknowledgment: artist of supplied artwork
Sharon Ryan .... acknowledgment: artist of supplied artwork
Ilona Suschitzky .... acknowledgment: artist of supplied artwork
Dauna Whitehead .... acknowledgment: artist of supplied artwork
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated R for some sexual content and brief language
106 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Argentina:13 | Australia:M | Brazil:12 | Canada:PG (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario) | Finland:K-15 | Germany:o.Al. | Ireland:15A | Netherlands:AL | Singapore:NC-16 | South Korea:15 | Sweden:11 | UK:15 | USA:R (certificate #41828)

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The song played by Luther's band in the concert scene is "Lily and Parrot" from Mark Kozelek's real-life band, Sun Kil Moon off their first album "Ghosts of the Great Highway".See more »
Revealing mistakes: In the scene where Mirabelle is at her parents home in Vermont and takes a phone call from Ray, the camera cuts to a shot of her mother sitting at the dining room table. Behind her mother, green, leafy trees are visible through the windows, even though everything outside the house was covered in snow when Mirabelle first entered the house.See more »
Lisa Cramer:You want some advice? You never call him. But if he calls you you talk to him, then act like you have another call, keep him on hold for a long time. Like longer than you think is passable. And break dates. Always break dates. Right around the holidays cus then he's just stuck. And fellatio, the sooner the better. And allot. Act like you love it. After he's aditcted, cut him off. That's when you got him.
Mirabelle:Ya, I couldn't do all that.
Lisa Cramer:How come?
Mirabelle:I'm from Vermont.
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62 out of 79 people found the following review useful.
Sometimes faith in Steve Martin IS justified, 4 January 2006
Author: nineandthreequarters from Australia

It's no real secret that through his writing, Steve Martin has depth and sentimentality that Hollywood doesn't always let him show. He has shown signs of a longing to grow old gracefully (as his almost gimmick-free gigs as Oscar host have shown) and let his acerbic wit and insight drive projects more than the over-the-top slapstick antics of the 1970s Steve Martin.

It's also no real secret that many of his recent films have been far from great.

So, still having faith in the man, and having loved the novel on which this film is based, I went in to the cinema desperately wanting to like it, but expecting to be disappointed. Largely, I was pleasantly surprised that the novel did transfer well to the screen.

Some of the credit for this belongs to director Anand Tucker, who has created some powerful images of the hustle and bustle of the LA that Martin describes in the novel, and contrasts it well with the characters who lead shallow lives, trying to be something meaningful amongst all the chaos.

Credit also goes to the actors who show that longing that drives the situation: Claire Daines as Mirabelle clearly WANTS to be social, artistic, loved; Jason Schwartzman as Jeremy WANTS to be sensitive, witty, lovable; Martin as Ray Porter clearly WANTS to be suave and considerate. Without having many jokes in the script, audiences can still appreciate the humour by seeing these pathetic struggles. When I saw it there was plenty of laughter at all the right moments.

I will, however, hasten to add that there are parts of the book that never would have translated well to the Hollywood screen, and the praise that some give the movie for serving its purpose will contain the same reasons that others wish to knock it. The book's strength is that one can feel for the characters because they are portrayed as superficial people and their lives and conversations are so shallow in comparison to the narrative that sets them up. The reasons why it works so well as a book could well be the very things that cause it to not work on the screen. Then there's the matter of a book that's so rooted in "LA sux" sentiment being made into a Hollywood movie. So maybe the musical overkill reeked of "excuse me, we're trying to tell you something". Maybe the spots of narration felt out of place and indicated that Martin is not yet over his desire to spend his life as the 'star' of his projects (him getting top billing for the movie was also a bit much, in my opinion).

Ultimately, maybe the audience members who were longing for a film with more 'depth' and 'substance' were in actuality sharing the characters' longings for the same in their own lives. Maybe the 'criticisms' are in fact backhanded compliments that the film is largely doing just what it's meant to do.

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