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Multiple Sarcasms -- Gabriel is a man who on the surface has it all-successful professional life as an architect, a beautiful wife, Annie, and a devoted young daughter, Elizabeth. But slowly it dawns on him that he is not really happy. Gabriel decides that he wants to write a play about the sorry state of his life. He quits his job, gets a pushy literary agent friend to represent him and starts writing


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  (in credits order)

Timothy Hutton ... Gabriel

Mira Sorvino ... Cari

Dana Delany ... Annie

Mario Van Peebles ... Rocky

India Ennenga ... Elizabeth

Laila Robins ... Lauren

Stockard Channing ... Pamela
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brett Berg ... The MC

Tim Bohn ... Stage Gabriel 2

Nadia Dassouki ... Saffron

Jason Denuszek ... Drunk Hooligan

Jonathan C. Green ... Mime

Joan Jett ... Lead Singer
Leslie Lyles ... Energy Specialist

Alex Manette ... Erik

Julia Murney ... Stage Cari (as Julia K. Murney)
Dougie Needles ... Vulvic Nuisance

Leah O'Donnell ... Dancer
Enzo Penizzotto ... Vulvic Nuisance
Thommy Price ... Vulvic Nuisance

Aileen Quinn ... School Secretary

Chris Sarandon ... Larry

Marcus Schenkenberg ... Sachi

Stephen Singer ... Michael Rogers

Steve Sirkis ... Chet

Franklin Ojeda Smith ... Homeless man

Eric Sheffer Stevens ... Stage Gabriel #1

Emily Tremaine ... Receptionist

Paris Yates ... Elizabeth's best friend
Skippy D ... Precision Driver (uncredited)

Joe Komara ... Fantasy Dancer (uncredited)

Directed by
Brooks Branch 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Brooks Branch 
Linda Morris 

Produced by
Patrice Auld .... executive producer
Chris Bongirne .... producer
Brooks Branch .... producer
Keith Grinstein .... executive producer
Martha Moseley .... executive producer
Original Music by
George J. Fontenette 
Cinematography by
Jacek Laskus 
Film Editing by
Plummy Tucker 
Casting by
Kerry Barden 
Suzanne Crowley 
Billy Hopkins 
Jessica Kelly  (as Jess Kelly)
Production Design by
Sharon Lomofsky 
Art Direction by
Peter Baran 
Set Decoration by
Robert Covelman 
Costume Design by
Kitty Boots 
Makeup Department
Barry Berger .... additional makeup artist
Davion Edwards .... assistant hair stylist
Davion Edwards .... wig designer
Jason Hayes .... key hair stylist
Jason Hayes .... wig designer
Sharon Ilson .... key makeup artist
Eve Morrow .... makeup day player (as E. Morrow)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kara Doherty .... second assistant director
Marta Forns-Escudé .... additional second assistant director
Thomas K. Lee .... second second assistant director
Curtis Smith .... first assistant director
Art Department
Sarah Berney .... charge/camera scenic artist
Myo Campbell .... art production assistant
Dan Caplan .... storyboard artist
Shannon Finnerty .... on-set dresser
Daniel Fisher .... property master
Julia G. Hickman .... art department coordinator
Greg Kester .... art production assistant
Victor Littlejohn .... assistant property master
Leetal Platt .... art department intern
Richard Tenewitz .... construction coordinator
Derek J.W. Wybourn .... set dresser
Sound Department
Damian Canelos .... sound mixer
Peter Levin .... sound re-recording mixer
Peter Levin .... supervising sound editor
Alex Noyes .... sound editor
Barbara Parks .... sound editor
Gabriel Sanders .... additional boom operator
Alfredo Viteri .... boom operator
Visual Effects by
Simon Ager .... digital compositing artist
Richie Basilan .... digital compositing artist
Alan Chuck .... visual effects producer
Martyn 'Moose' Culpitt .... digital compositor: Rainmaker
Petra Haluska .... visual effects producer
Brad Kalinoski .... digital compositing artist
Joe Margetson .... visual effects coordinator
Ryan Mintenko .... digital compositing artist
Enrico Perei .... senior digital compositing artist
Lee Pierce .... digital compositing artist
Bruce Woloshyn .... visual effects supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
Abraham Altbuch .... set grip
Dave Baney .... best boy
Jessica Bennett .... dolly grip
Eric Branco .... additional grip
Marcel Ciurea .... grip
Bill Floyd .... first assistant camera
Daniel Giddings .... grip
Chris Hedin .... camera intern
Mike Jackson .... electrician
Oliver Jevremov .... camera intern
Quenell Jones .... second assistant camera
Mike Kirsch .... best boy grip
William Lucia .... electrician
Daniel Luebke .... additional electrician
James Madrid .... camera loader
Scott Maher .... electrician
Michael C. Maronna .... electrician
Alexander Martin .... electrician
Christian May .... electrician
Jessica Miglio .... still photographer
Jeff Panessa .... grip
Douglas Pellegrino .... a camera/stedicam operator
Mike Quigley .... electrician (as Michael Quigley)
Jeremy Rodriguez .... grip
David Stern .... key grip
Brandon Taylor .... additional grip
Jason Velez .... gaffer
Christopher Vidaic .... grip
Zenfeek .... additional electrician
Casting Department
Jennifer Bender .... extras casting
Christine Nelson .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Aneikit Bonnel .... key costumer
Chrissy Kuhn .... wardrobe supervisor
Gabriela Stanciu .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Scot Olive .... digital intermediate colorist
Sarah Jean Porter .... assistant editor
Corey Stewart .... digital intermediate engineer (uncredited)
Music Department
Jennifer Lanchart .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Darin J. Patterson .... driver
Other crew
Fernando Alvarado .... production assistant
Rebecca Bernard .... set production assistant
Kate Bogle .... set production assistant
Rebecca Breckel .... script supervisor
Brian Cantaldi .... production accountant
Jin Chacko .... intern
Beth Charlesworth .... production assistant
Penelope Glass .... legal services
Karla Gonzales .... office production assistant
James Hook .... stand-in: Timothy Hutton
Diana Kaluza .... set intern
Nelson Khoury .... location manager
Carrie Leigh .... assistant production coordinator
Anthony Lote .... production assistant
Barry Meyer .... assistant production accountant
Michael L. Mizrahi .... location assistant
Michael L. Mizrahi .... production assistant
Kory O'Donnell .... production coordinator
Darin J. Patterson .... production assistant
Julia Royter .... choreographer
Chris Saddler .... set production assistant
Weiman Seid .... unit publicist
Martha Sepulveda .... intern
Eddie Serrano .... production assistant
Maurice Sessoms .... set production assistant
Luke Tomalin Sherman .... key production assistant
Life Volcimus .... set production assistant
Lily Whitsitt .... assistant: Brooks Branch
Jonathan Wu .... intern

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Rated R for sexual references and language
USA:97 min | Germany:97 min (European Film Market)
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
USA:Not Rated | USA:R (certificate #45919)

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Factual errors: The movie uses "The In Crowd" by the Ramsey Lewis Trio in the soundtrack. However, the closing credits incorrectly cite the song as "In The Crowd".See more »
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3 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
A New York Movie!, 4 January 2011
Author: Palomedes from Japan

I guess it all depends on what one brings to a movie. If I were only going to watch this film once, I would miss most of it. On a film binge, long vacation, I watched 2 other films of other genres before I got to _Multiple Sarcasms_. I wouldn't classify it as a comedy and I got unsorted mush. I even stopped in the middle and went to bed. The next morning I decided to see it through. I will watch it again. Scenes of exceptional beauty, characters that are real, believable (uh, is this a movie or did I get into somebody else's head). Terms one learned at school, well, for example about theater -- for example, "vraisemblance" -- help to "defamiliarize the text". We may have seen movies with bits, tropes, business, cutting and editing like this before, but this one is still original, subtle, and inviting with sufficient refractions with stage and staging to place us both inside it and outside it. Very near the end of the film, the writer places himself as an actor on the stage, then also to one side as editor/actor critiquing the writer/actor. This was not over done. Life into stage or film is very strange and wonderful. There are characters playing the role of audience members whom we have gotten to know during the course of the film. The music was excellent, the scenes, the character development of supporting characters was fine (getting good and drunk with "Eric"). We could probe the messiness of the protagonist's life "as life" with the "vraisemblance" probe (Living out of a suitcase? His dwelling was no suitcase.) By the end of the film we have seen a man's life shuddering into chaos as he takes up writing, and the miracle of the process is that a beautiful coherence emerges. He has become more grounded, centered and real. The process works! I should write a play. This is pretty good film alchemy. India Ennenga's "Liz" was radiant.

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