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Writer (WGA):
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A romantic comedy about a brother, a sister and the girl of their dreams.
They finish each other's sentences, dance like Fred and Ginger, and share the same downtown loft--the perfect couple? Not exactly. Gray and Sam, are a sister and brother so compatible and inseparable that people actually assume they are dating. Mortified, they both agree they must branch out and start searching for love. He'll look for a guy for her and she'll look for a gal for him. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Directed by
Sue Kramer 
Writing credits
Sue Kramer (written by) (as Susan Kramer)

Produced by
Jill Footlick .... producer
Dave Gare .... associate producer
John J. Hermansen .... producer
Joey Horvitz .... executive producer
Sue Kramer .... producer
Ted Liebowitz .... executive producer
Raymond Massey .... line producer
Diane Nabatoff .... executive producer
Alexander Payne .... executive producer
Rachel Peters .... co-producer
Margaret Riley .... executive producer
Todd Williams .... co-producer
Bob Yari .... producer
Original Music by
Andrew Hollander 
Cinematography by
John S. Bartley 
Film Editing by
Wendey Stanzler 
Casting by
Susan Taylor Brouse 
Lynne Carrow 
Sig De Miguel 
Amanda Mackey Johnson 
Cathy Sandrich 
Production Design by
Linda Del Rosario 
Richard Paris 
Set Decoration by
Diane Nachlik 
Costume Design by
Sheila Bingham 
Makeup Department
Jayne Dancose .... makeup artist
Fabian Garcia .... makeup department head
Katalin Lippay .... hair stylist (as Kathleen P. Campbell)
Julie McHaffie .... key hair stylist
Fay von Schroeder .... key makeup artist (as Faye von Schroeder)
Production Management
Henrieta Isufllari .... co-post-production supervisor
Christopher Kenneally .... post-production supervisor (as Chris Kenneally)
Samara Levenstein .... post-production supervisor
Barbara Ann Schoemaker .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Melissa Lee Anderson .... second assistant director
Jared Cauliffe .... second assistant director: New York re-shoot
Michael Collins .... third assistant director
Allan Harmon .... first assistant director
Art Department
Clem Chen .... painter
Gina Doty .... set buyer
Nicky Forsman .... props assistant
Dawn Grey .... lead dresser
Patrick Jennings .... on-set dresser
Jesse Joslin .... construction coordinator
Conny Klassen .... set dresser
Ben Lee .... set dresser
Anne-Marie Leidl .... graphic designer
Margo Kaczynska McKenzie .... key scenic artist
Dominika Nasilowski .... scenic artist
Dave Righton .... assistant property master
Elizabeth Shelton .... assistant art director
Maggie Wilson .... property master
Athena Wong .... set buyer
Rosan Sashida .... art assistant (uncredited)
Sound Department
Carlie Bergman .... assistant sound editor
Louis Bertini .... sound effects editor
Leslie Bloom .... foley artist
Bob Chefalas .... sound re-recording mixer
Anthony J. Ciccolini III .... dialogue editor (as Chic Ciccolini)
Eric Holmgren .... boom operator
Eric Lamontagne .... sound mixer
Douglas Murray .... adr mixer
Alex Raspa .... adr mixer
Special Effects by
Robert Paller .... special effects coordinator (as Rob Paller)
Visual Effects by
Jennifer Basnyat .... title designer
Jennifer Basnyat .... visual effects
Dan Redford .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Dan Abelson .... dolly grip (as Daniel Abelson)
Mark G. Alexander .... lamp operator
Ryan Bailey .... gaffer
David E. Baron .... first assistant camera: New York
Matt Blades .... key grip: New York
Peter Carty .... first assistant camera
Rusty Deluce .... first assistant camera
Joshua Gollish .... digital imaging technician
Dwight Hartnett .... second assistant camera
Anne Joyce .... still photographer: New York
Wynne Keing .... second assistant camera
Harvey LaRocque .... camera operator: 'b' camera (as Harvey La Rocque)
Ludovic Littee .... assistant camera
Sandy MacDonald .... grip
Paul Mitchnick .... camera operator
Tyler Olson .... key grip
Justin Panzanaro .... best boy grip
Gord Phillips .... grip
Andres L. Porras .... camera operator
Paul Remo .... second unit: camera
Dave Riley .... best boy electric
Richard Schmon .... additional first assistant camera
Brian Scholz .... second assistant camera
Pieter Stathis .... camera operator
Christopher Tate .... best boy grip
Tim Vedan .... generator operator
Brett Walters .... second assistant camera
John Woods .... lamp operator
Katie Yu .... still photographer
Casting Department
Deanna Gallucio .... extras casting associate: New York
Sondra James .... adr voice casting
Larkin MacKenzie-Ast .... casting assistant
Lisa Ratke .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Cathy Darby .... assistant costume designer
Robyn Hamel .... truck costumer
Ken Shapkin .... costume supervisor
Natalie Simon .... truck costumer
Editorial Department
John Crowley .... colorist
Agnes Grandits .... first assistant editor
Benjamin Murray .... on-line editor
Hilary Peabody .... associate editor
John Portnoy .... post-production executive
Charlie Wiel .... post-production coordinator
Music Department
Jim Black .... music supervisor
Richard Glasser .... music supervisor
Andrew Hollander .... score producer
Jeff Slutz .... music editor
Robert L. Smith .... music mixer
Robert L. Smith .... music recordist
Transportation Department
Geoff Obadia .... driver: cast
Peter Road .... transportation co-captain
Larry Tardif .... driver: camera car and process trailer
Ray Waechter .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Chera Bailey .... stand-in: Heather Graham
Steve Berman .... completion bond
Jason Bush .... production assistant
Carson .... location manager
A.C. Ciulla .... choreographer (as Anthony Ciulla)
Kyle Doig .... animal wrangler
Mark Dumas .... animal coordinator
Sean Grant .... assistant location manager
Catherine Howard .... co-production coordinator
Michael J. Linowes .... legal counsel
Petina Louise .... second assistant production coordinator
Beth Mercer .... script supervisor
Patrick Mokrane .... production accountant
Michael Nickodem .... location manager: New York
Kirk Renard .... key production assistant
Justin Ritson .... key production assistant: New York
Linda Sheehy-Brownstein .... production coordinator
Bernd Stephan .... controller: yari film group
Shelly Strong .... production executive
Ian Watermeier .... production executive
Deborah Wettstein .... finance executive
Todd Williams .... production executive
Derek Yip .... additional payroll accountant
Catherine Zappa .... assistant: John Hermansen
Myron Tookes .... special thanks

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Rated PG-13 for some mature thematic material, sexual content and language
96 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Errors in geography: When Gray gets out of Gordy's cab to have dinner at Raoul's, she does so at the intersection of Seventh Avenue and something; regardless of where that something is, it's not the SoHo intersection of Prince and Sullivan Streets. In fact, that far south, Seventh Avenue is actually Varick Street.See more »
Charlie Kelsey:[to Gray] I can't get too drunk though, I am getting married in the morning.See more »
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40 out of 57 people found the following review useful.
Gray Matters at the Hampton's Film Festival, 27 October 2006
Author: jackson0918 from United States

I went to the Hampton's Film Festival in East Hampton this past weekend and saw a wonderful romantic comedy called Gray Matters. The film's overall look and message had a tone similar to one of my favorite directors, Nora Ephron. There was a delightful air of Harry Met Sally combined with You've Got Mail. The references throughout the movie to the 40's were superb. One of my favorite scenes was the opening shot where the two main characters Gray and Sam (brother and sister) ballroom dance to the tune of Cheek to Cheek, sung by actress Jane Krakowski. The footage of Manattan with Cheek to Cheek playing in the background had a feeling of a Woody Allen film. I thought the dialogue was not only funny but witty and timely. Molly Shannon delivers one of the funniest scenes in the movie referring to Oprah Winfrey and how she would surrogate a baby for Oprah and Steadman because she loves Oprah so much. It had the audience in hysterics. Heather Graham gives the performance of her career as a quirky, can't make up her mind, ad executive who struggles with her sexuality after meeting and falling in love with her brother's fiancée. Miss Graham was born to play to this role. At times she reminded me of a young Goldie Hawn. I stayed for the Q and A after the movie and was amazed to find out that the budget on this film was a 10th of what it appeared to be. If this was Sue Kramer's directorial debut, bravo, I look forward to seeing her next attempt at taking the helm. I would like to recommend this film for audiences of all ages. As I walked out of the theatre in East Hampton, I over heard an elderly woman around the age of 80 say " What a lovely film, I hope my granddaughters get a chance to see it".

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