IMDb > A Single Man (2009)
A Single Man
Top Links
trailers and videosfull cast and crewtriviaofficial sitesmemorable quotes
main detailscombined detailsfull cast and crewcompany credits
Awards & Reviews
user reviewsexternal reviewsawardsuser ratingsparents guidemessage board
Plot & Quotes
plot summarysynopsisplot keywordsmemorable quotes
Did You Know?
triviagoofssoundtrack listingcrazy creditsalternate versionsmovie connectionsFAQ
Other Info
box office/businessrelease datesfilming locationstechnical specsliterature listingsNewsDesk
taglines trailers and videos posters photo gallery
External Links
showtimesofficial sitesmiscellaneousphotographssound clipsvideo clips

A Single Man (2009) More at IMDbPro »

Photos (See all 88 | slideshow) Videos (see all 14)
A Single Man -- Footage from A Single Man's UK Premiere
A Single Man -- Clip: George phones Charley
A Single Man -- An English professor tries to go about his typical day in Los Angeles after the sudden death of his partner.
A Single Man -- An English professor tries to go about his typical day in Los Angeles after the sudden death of his partner.
A Single Man -- Clip: Charley dancing


User Rating:
7.6/10   66,578 votes »
Your Rating:
Saving vote...
Deleting vote...
/10   (delete | history)
Sorry, there was a problem
MOVIEmeter: ?
Up 4% in popularity this week. See why on IMDbPro.
Christopher Isherwood (novel)
Tom Ford (written for the screen by) ...
View company contact information for A Single Man on IMDbPro.
Release Date:
17 December 2009 (Israel) See more »
An English professor, one year after the sudden death of his boyfriend, is unable to cope with his typical days in 1960s Los Angeles. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Plot Keywords:
Nominated for Oscar. Another 22 wins & 28 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Colin Firth and Julianne Moore shine (as usual) in Tom Ford's brilliant directorial debut See more (229 total) »


  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Colin Firth ... George

Julianne Moore ... Charley

Nicholas Hoult ... Kenny

Matthew Goode ... Jim
Jon Kortajarena ... Carlos

Paulette Lamori ... Alva

Ryan Simpkins ... Jennifer Strunk

Ginnifer Goodwin ... Mrs. Strunk

Teddy Sears ... Mr. Strunk

Paul Butler ... Christopher Strunk

Aaron Sanders ... Tom Strunk
Aline Weber ... Lois

Keri Lynn Pratt ... Blonde Secretary

Jenna Gavigan ... Other Secretary #1

Alicia Carr ... Other Secretary #2

Lee Pace ... Grant

Adam Shapiro ... Myron

Marlene Martinez ... Maria

Ridge Canipe ... Young Boy

Elisabeth Harnois ... Young Woman

Erin Daniels ... Bank Teller

Nicole Steinwedell ... Doris

Tricia Munford ... Cashier
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Don Bachardy ... (uncredited)

Brad Benedict ... Tennis Player (uncredited)
Richard Buckley ... Man in Waiting Room (uncredited)
Janelle Gill ... Rifle Girl (uncredited)

Brent Gorski ... Walter (uncredited)

Jon Hamm ... Hank Ackerley (voice) (uncredited)

Janet Leigh ... Marion Crane (archive footage) (uncredited)

Patrizia Milano ... Faculty Member (uncredited)

Mimi Page ... Party Girl (uncredited)
Elizabeth Reynolds ... History Teacher (uncredited)
Bria Sherinian ... College Student (uncredited)

Gary Sievers ... Teacher (uncredited)

Sarah Smick ... Bookstore Cashier (uncredited)
Create a character page for: ?

Directed by
Tom Ford 
Writing credits
Christopher Isherwood (novel)

Tom Ford (written for the screen by) &
David Scearce (written for the screen by)

Produced by
Jason Alisharan .... co-producer
Tom Ford .... producer
Andrew Miano .... producer
Robert Salerno .... producer
Chris Weitz .... producer
Original Music by
Abel Korzeniowski 
Cinematography by
Eduard Grau (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Joan Sobel 
Casting by
Joseph Middleton 
Production Design by
Dan Bishop 
Art Direction by
Ian Phillips 
Set Decoration by
Amy Wells 
Costume Design by
Arianne Phillips 
Makeup Department
Linda Arnold .... hair stylist
Kristin Berge .... key hair stylist
Kate Biscoe .... department head makeup artist
Cydney Cornell .... department head hair stylist
Alan D'Angerio .... hair stylist: Julianne Moore
Marie Larkin .... key hair stylist
Elaine L. Offers .... makeup artist: Julianne Moore (as Elaine Offers)
Michael S. Ward .... hair stylist
Gigi Williams .... key makeup artist
Michael White .... hair stylist (uncredited)
Production Management
Craig Ayers .... production supervisor
Tim Pedegana .... post production supervisor
Robert Salerno .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brian Avery Galligan .... additional second assistant director
Richard Graves .... first assistant director (as Richard N. Graves)
Matt Rawls .... second second assistant director
Eric Sherman .... second assistant director
Art Department
Ricardo Baez .... greensman
Cliff Berns .... painter
Adolfo Castanon .... greensman
Vincent Dery .... greensman
Edward Guerrero .... greensman
William Kelly .... set dresser
Florencia Martin .... art department assistant
Lisa Mayor .... props production assistant
Keith McCarthy-Smith .... set dresser
Mike McCleneghan .... set painter
Wendy Murray .... additional buyer
Jaudi Negri .... greensman
Geoffrey Nightingale .... set dresser
Fred M. Ortiz .... assistant props (as Fred Ortiz)
Mark Pallatt .... set dresser
Alexander Panov .... set painter
Jose J. Peraza .... laborer foreman
Gay Perello .... property master
Lars Petersen .... construction coordinator
Danny Rea .... greensman
Jill Rolie-December .... set decoration buyer
Lee Ross .... lead scenic (as Lee Steven Ross)
Keith Sale .... leadman (as Keith F. Sale)
Grant Sawyer .... assistant props
Brian Seccombe .... assistant property master
Pilo Silva .... stand by greensman
Jordan Steinberg .... on set dresser
Sean Leroy West .... greensman
Robert Williams .... painter
Elizabeth Colomba .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Robert Grbavac .... painter (uncredited)
Geoffrey Mandel .... graphic designer (uncredited)
Robert 'Cass' McEntee .... carpenter (uncredited)
Steven C. Voll .... general foreman (uncredited)
Sound Department
Wade Barnett .... adr recordist
Jeff Blehr .... boom operator
Ed Casares .... sound utility (as Joe Eddie Casares)
Lori Dovi .... production sound mixer
Brian Dunlop .... foley editor
David Esparza .... sound effects editor
Jack Heeren .... foley mixer
Robert Jackson .... supervising sound editor (as Robert C. Jackson)
Goro Koyama .... foley artist
Travis MacKay .... adr mixer
Andy Malcolm .... foley artist
Laura Rush .... utility sound
Gabriel J. Serrano .... sound mix recordist (as Gabe Serrano)
Leslie Shatz .... sound designer
Leslie Shatz .... sound re-recording mixer
Callie Thurman .... assistant sound editor
Don White .... foley mixer
Jenna Dalla Riva .... foley recording assistant (uncredited)
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer: New York (uncredited)
Peter Gleaves .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Rick Gould .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Brooke Graeff .... foley assistant (uncredited)
Philip Young .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Lori Baillie .... special effects office coordinator
Jared Baker .... special effects technician
Darrell Burgess .... special effects technician
John E. Gray .... special effects coordinator
Morgan Guynes .... special effects foreman
Roland Hathaway .... snow effects
Arthur G. Schlosser .... snow effects
Visual Effects by
Ken Busick .... digital artist: Engine Room (as Kenneth Busick)
Michael Caplan .... visual effects executive producer: Engine Room
Padraic Culham .... digital artist: Engine Room (as Padriac Culham)
John Egli .... digital artist: Engine Room
Jay Frankenberger .... digital artist: Engine Room
Eric Heavens .... senior digital compositor: Engine Room
Craig Hilditch .... digital artist: Engine Room
Steven Lloyd .... digital artist: Engine Room (as Steve Lloyd)
Don Osborne .... visual effects editor: Engine Room
Shalena Oxley-Butler .... coordinator: Engine Room
Sherry Price .... digital dirt removal: Company 3
Dan Schmit .... visual effects supervisor: Engine Room
Jeff Varga .... digital artist: Engine Room
Cyrena Vladish-Addison .... controller: Engine Room
Seb Caudron .... visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
Thomas Kuo .... digital film scanner (uncredited)
Prasanna Siddharthan .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Jeff Danoff .... stunts
Rick Marcus .... stunts
Rife Sibley .... stunts
Patrick J. Statham .... stunt coordinator (as Pat Statham)
Rick Marcus .... stunt double: Colin Firth (uncredited)
Derick Pritchard .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Jason Andrew .... best boy grip
Michael Berger .... lighting technician: night (as Michael J. Berger)
Christopher Blauvelt .... camera operator
Tom Boyd .... underwater camera operator
Lloyd Campbell .... lighting technician: night
Marty Carrillo .... best boy electric
George M. Chappell .... lighting technician (as George Chappel)
Andrew Chojnacki .... grip (as Andy Chojnacki)
Manny Duran .... key grip
Jason Fitch .... lighting technician (as Jason H. Fitch)
Greg Flores .... grip
John Garrett .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Chuck Harrington .... librahead technician
Matt Horochowski .... dolly grip
Eric Jensch .... camera loader
Rene Jimenez .... lighting technician
Peter Lee .... first assistant camera: underwater
To Lee .... second assistant camera: underwater
Amber Maahs .... grip
Stephen MacDougall .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Stephen Macdougall)
Cedric Martin .... steadicam operator
Jason McCormick .... first assistant camera
Paul Metcalf .... second assistant camera
Greg Mitchell .... video assist operator
Tim Molina .... lighting technician
Melissa Moseley .... still photographer
David Newbert .... grip
Daniel Ochoa .... lighting technician (as Daniel J. Ochoa)
James Plannette .... gaffer (as Jim Plannette)
Claudio Rodriguez .... rigging electric
Joseph Ruiz .... grip (as Joseph H. Ruiz)
Alec Shepherd .... grip
Scott C. Williman .... lighting technician (as Scott Williman)
Douglas L. Yonker .... lighting technician
Adam Meltzer .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Ashley Pavicic .... grip (uncredited)
Juan Gabriel Perez Arjona .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Lyle Robbins .... electrician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Tineka Becker .... casting associate
Mariann H.W. Lee .... extras casting (as Mariann Lee)
Wendy Washbrook .... extras casting (as Wendy Treese)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Robert Iannaccone .... key costumer (as Bob Iannaccone)
David Page .... key set costumer
Maida Pirich .... seamstress (as Maida C. Pirich)
Wendy Polutanovich .... cutter/fitter
Reiko Porter .... set costumer (as Reiko Ann Endo Porter)
Jonny Pray .... costume supervisor
Carin Richardson .... assistant costume designer
Christian W. Snell .... costume production assistant (as Christian Snell)
Lizz Wolf .... costumer
Emily Dominguez .... costumer (uncredited)
Liz Larson .... set costumer (uncredited)
Anne Sweeney .... costume assistant (uncredited)
Editorial Department
J. Cody Baker .... digital intermediate assist: Company 3
Zoe Bower .... post production coordinator
Jim Eberle .... on-line editor: Company 3 (as James Eberle)
Dan Goslee .... digital intermediate assist: Company 3
Annie Johnson .... digital intermediate producer: Company 3
Jerimiah Morey .... digital intermediate assist: Company 3
Stephen Nakamura .... digital film colorist: Company 3
Stefan Sonnenfeld .... digital intermediate executive producer: Company 3
Ofe Yi .... first assistant editor
Daniel Boccoli .... assistant editor (uncredited)
Tricia Chiarenza .... color timer (uncredited)
Music Department
Christine Bergren .... music legal and clearance
Vincent Cirilli .... pro tools operator
Sandy DeCrescent .... orchestra contractor (as Sandy De Crescent)
Greg Dennen .... music recording stage crew: Warner Bros
Jennifer Hammond .... music copyist
Joel Iwataki .... music score mixer
Randy Kerber .... featured pianist
Mina Korzeniowska .... composer's assistant
Abel Korzeniowski .... score producer
Bryan Lawson .... music editor
Bryan Lawson .... score producer (as Bryan Elliot Lawson)
Julia Michels .... music supervisor
Mike Nowak .... conductor (as Michael Nowak)
Jamie Olvera .... music recording stage crew: Warner Bros
Julie Pearce .... music editor
Ryan Robinson .... music recording stage crew: Warner Bros
Peter Rotter .... orchestra contractor
Lauren Shotwell .... music legal and clearance
Andrew Shulman .... featured musician: cello
Stephen Trask .... music consultant
Shigeru Umebayashi .... composer: additional music
David Walther .... featured violinist (as Dave Walther)
Matt Ward .... assistant engineer
Rich Wheeler .... music recording stage crew: Warner Bros (as Rich Wheele)
Booker White .... music copyist
Roger Wilkie .... featured violinist
Transportation Department
Noam Amram .... driver
Michael Baird .... driver (as Mike Baird)
Joe Baker .... driver
Kirk D. Barton .... driver
Byron Carter .... driver
Daniel Conte Sr. .... driver (as Dan Conte)
Bob Cope .... driver (as Robert Cope)
William Cope .... driver
Jonathan Curtin .... driver
Mark Dobkousky .... driver
John Dybdahl .... transportation co-captain
Ronald P. Dyer .... driver (as Ron Dyer)
Clark Farrell .... driver
D'Aldo Fazzone .... driver (as Dal Fazzone)
Rene Guy .... driver
Jeremiah Hauser .... driver
Josh Hauser .... driver (as Josh M. Hauser)
Michael Highfield .... driver
Jeff Honicky .... driver (as Jeffrey Honicky)
Lee Jennings .... driver
Kenny Lacross .... driver
Melissa LaFon .... driver (as Melissa M. LaFon)
William P. Lafon .... driver
Cody Lies .... driver
Jason Messersmith .... driver
Miguel Navarrete .... driver
Sergio L. Olvera .... driver
Michael F. Pierre .... driver (as Michael Pierre)
Edward Porras Jr. .... driver
Thomas Powers .... driver (as Thomas J. Powers)
Derick Pritchard .... driver (as Derik Pritchard)
William Smallwood .... picture car coordinator
William Smallwood .... transportation co-captain
Paul Vlachos .... driver
Harry Zabounian .... transportation captain
Other crew
Jeremie Adkins .... stand-in
Miguel Arroyo .... set production assistant
Don Bachardy .... creative consultant
Elida Cerda .... set medic
Jennifer Clark .... first assistant accountant (as Jennifer L. Clark)
Mark Cross .... production coordinator
Tristan Daoussis .... key assistant location manager
Guin Dill .... animal trainer: Paws for Effect
Dinesh Fernando .... assistant cook
Cori Galpern .... public relations
Michael George .... marine crew (as Mike George)
Michael Glaser .... assistant location manager
Karen Golden .... script supervisor
Christopher Hall .... set production assistant
Jim Hartz .... studio teacher
H. Alex Hernandez .... assistant craft service
Hernan A. Hernandez .... craft service
Jake Hicks .... marine crew (as Jake T. Hicks)
Elizabeth Himelstein .... dialect coach
John Jabaley .... location manager
Sherman Kaplan .... immigration
Virginya Keehne .... accounting clerk (as Virginia Keehne)
Ivan Kerum .... assistant cook
Tony Kerum .... caterer: Tony's Catering
Dora M. Komura .... immigration: Gonzales & Harris
Richard Kopenheffer .... labor attorney: McDermott, Will & Emery
Shaun Laird .... marine crew
Jessamyn Land .... set production assistant
Jackie Lee .... vice president feature sales: Company 3
Heather Longerbeam .... production secretary
Bryan Macrina .... stand-in
Kent Matsuoka .... key assistant location manager
Ryan McGonnigal .... office production assistant
Shane McGonnigal .... office production assistant
Jorge Menjivar .... assistant craft service
Robin E. Michels .... medic: construction (as Robin Michels)
Michael Miller .... second assistant accountant
Kevin Mills .... marine crew
James Mitchell-Clyde .... marine crew
Meghan Mowery .... assistant post-production accountant
Michael Neipris .... marine coordinator
Alexandra Rose Nourafchan .... assistant: Tom Ford
Julie M. Philips .... production attorney
David Roker .... assistant: Chris Weitz
Nick Rufca .... assistant production coordinator
Antonio Caetano Santos .... assistant: Robert Salerno
David Scearce .... creative consultant
Lisa Schiek .... public relations
Tim Shuler .... office production assistant
Ivan Siebel .... assistant location manager
Steve Solomon .... animal trainer: Paws for Effect (as Steve M. Solomon)
Caroline Stephenson .... production secretary
Jack Stern .... studio teacher
Mary Sunshine .... production accountant
Sean Taylor .... body double: Kenny
Chris Vargas .... set production assistant
Brenda Vogel .... assistant: Andrew Miano
Liam Waters .... set production assistant
Bob Weber .... post-production accountant
Larry Wells .... medic: construction (as Larry A. Wells)
Josh Wever .... key set production assistant (as Joshua Wever)
Subhashan Withanage .... assistant cook
Patrick Albani .... production assistant (uncredited)
Nicholas Beard .... production assistant (uncredited)
Brad Wm. Clark .... assistant post-production accountant (uncredited)
Angie Conners .... international marketing (uncredited)
Adam Green .... production assistant (uncredited)
Charles Heaphy .... production financing (uncredited)
Peter D. Johnston .... production assistant (uncredited)
Tim Shuler .... water safety (uncredited)
Joan Aguado .... the producers wish to thank
Michael Anderson .... the producers wish to thank
David Bamber .... the producers wish to thank
Doug Braunstein .... the producers wish to thank
Richard Buckley .... for
Michael Clyne .... the producers wish to thank
Kristin Dewey .... the producers wish to thank
Eric Eisner .... the producers wish to thank
Jay Fiondella .... the producers wish to thank
David Geffen .... the producers wish to thank
Jaqui Getty .... the producers wish to thank
Judy Herwig .... the producers wish to thank
Tony Hoffman .... the producers wish to thank
Peter Ireland .... the producers wish to thank
Chez Jay .... the producers wish to thank
Harry Lumer .... the producers wish to thank
Peter Marshall .... the producers wish to thank
Buster McCoy .... the producers wish to thank
Steven R. Molen .... the producers wish to thank
Lynda Obst .... the producers wish to thank
Wally Park .... the producers wish to thank
Ariel Penn .... the producers wish to thank
Simon Perry .... the producers wish to thank
Kathy Ruff .... the producers wish to thank
Chuck Shapiro .... the producers wish to thank
Stacey Snider .... the producers wish to thank
Shelly Strong .... the producers wish to thank
Matt Tambor .... the producers wish to thank
Donna Washington .... the producers wish to thank
Crew believed to be complete

Production CompaniesDistributorsSpecial Effects
  • Engine Room (digital visual effects by) (as Engine Room Visual Arts)
Other Companies
Create a character page for: ?

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Single Man" - Japan (English title)
See more »
Rated R for some disturbing images and nudity/sexual content
USA:99 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:13 | Australia:M | Brazil:14 | Canada:PG (British Columbia/Ontario) | Canada:G (Quebec) | Colombia:18 | Finland:K-11 | Hong Kong:IIB | Ireland:15A | Japan:G | Netherlands:12 | New Zealand:M | Norway:11 | Portugal:M/16 (Qualidade) | Singapore:R21 | South Korea:15 | Sweden:11 | Switzerland:12 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:12 (canton of Vaud) | UK:12A | USA:R (certificate #45427)

Did You Know?

Tom Ford explained in a Fresh Air interview that he created a back story for George's suit based on the George character. He decided that George would have had his suit custom made on Saville Row on a trip home to England, which informed its cut and color. He also decided that, since 'old-school' British people of wealth tend to be thrifty with clothing, that his suit was a few years old. Ford even went as far as putting a label on the inside of the suit with his name and the date that it was made for him (1957).See more »
Continuity: The red pencil sharpeners are displayed in neatly arranged, complete rows, and after one is removed, the next shot of the array of pencil sharpeners shows complete, undisturbed rows.See more »
George:Waking up begins with saying am and now. For the past eight months waking up has actually hurt. The cold realization that I am still here slowly sets in.See more »
Everyone Can SeeSee more »


Where can I get the script?
What is the song that plays in the trailer?
How much sex, violence, and profanity are in this movie?
See more »
51 out of 71 people found the following review useful.
Colin Firth and Julianne Moore shine (as usual) in Tom Ford's brilliant directorial debut, 21 January 2010
Author: Benedict_Cumberbatch from Los Angeles, CA

Tom Ford, you surprised me. I don't really follow the fashion world too closely at all, so although I naturally knew his name, I wasn't familiar with his creations. I haven't read the Christopher Isherwood novel (yet), so Colin Firth and Julianne Moore were the ones who actually got me excited for this project. And I wasn't disappointed – it actually exceeded all my expectations, and alongside Jane Campion's "Bright Star" (which unfortunately is being almost completely overlooked this awards season), it's the most poetic 2009 film I have seen so far.

Firth, always elegant and fascinating, plays George Falconer, a British professor in 1960's Los Angeles trying to cope with the death of his long-term partner, Jim (Matthew Goode). It's been eight months since Jim's death, and George decided to end his life by the end of the day – and it's this day we see in this admirable film. George spends time with his best friend Charley (the always wonderful Julianne Moore), with whom he had something in the past (and still has hopes of winning him over again), and now is an unhappy divorcée. A young pupil, Kenny (Nicholas Hoult, who has grown up a lot since "About a Boy" and "The Weather Man"), who clearly is infatuated with George, harasses him until he finally gives him the attention he craves. These two different encounters will be decisive for George. As sad as the overall tone and the theme of mourning can be, "A Single Man" is by no means depressing. Ford uses and abuses of "artsy", but very efficient and intriguing camera angles, and a classy score by Polish composer Abel Korzeniowski. Eyes, lips are shown in evidence throughout the film, and naturally, the costumes are all superb.

George's long day's journey reminds me a lot of Virginia Woolf's classic "Mrs. Dalloway". Marleen Gorris was able to do a correct but somewhat cold adaptation of Woolf's novel in 1997 (scripted by Woolf scholar and talented actress Eileen Atkins, featuring the magnificent Vanessa Redgrave in the title role), but I thought she wasn't much to blame for the film's coldness since that's one of the most complex novels to be translated to the screen. After seeing "A Single Man", I even dare to say Tom Ford could do an interesting and very personal adaptation of "Mrs. Dalloway". Also, this is one of the sexiest films since Alfonso Cuaron's "Y Tu Mama Tambien" (2001) and Bernardo Bertolucci's "The Dreamers" (2003), and Nicholas Hoult's incandescent presence has a lot to do with that. He gives an efficient, brave performance for an actor his age, and although I'm sure Jamie Bell ("Billy Elliot"), who was the first choice for the role, would've been terrific, Hoult doesn't disappoint. It's not every day we're given a film with such emotional intensity and exuberant sensuality, and "A Single Man" proves that Tom Ford is certainly a promising director, having given us not just a great first film, but one also one of the year's finest and most unusual creations. A film to be felt and celebrated, and I can't wait for the DVD - it's a keeper. 10/10.

Was the above review useful to you?
See more (229 total) »

Message Boards

Discuss this movie with other users on IMDb message board for A Single Man (2009)
Recent Posts (updated daily)User
Why gay? Honghey
Beautiful Film kirbfox
The underwear jerry4444
That ending... jessicahjoy87
What Carlos says in Spanish jesslovespink
See more »


If you enjoyed this title, our database also recommends:
- - - - -
Milk All Good Things The Witnesses Persepolis Little Ashes
IMDb User Rating:
IMDb User Rating:
IMDb User Rating:
IMDb User Rating:
IMDb User Rating:
Show more recommendations

Related Links

Full cast and crew Company credits External reviews
News articles IMDb Drama section IMDb USA section

You may report errors and omissions on this page to the IMDb database managers. They will be examined and if approved will be included in a future update. Clicking the 'Edit page' button will take you through a step-by-step process.