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Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's --  A documentary on the Manhattan department store with interviews from an array of fashion designers, style icons, and celebrities.


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A documentary on the Manhattan department store with interviews from an array of fashion designers, style icons, and celebrities. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Tom Ford ... Himself

William Fichtner ... Narrator (voice)

Mary-Kate Olsen ... Herself

Ashley Olsen ... Herself

Candice Bergen ... Herself

Susan Lucci ... Herself

Joan Rivers ... Herself

Nicole Richie ... Herself

Georgina Chapman ... Herself

Heather Ashley Chase ... Herself (as Ashley Chase)

Isaac Mizrahi ... Himself

Vera Wang ... Herself

Barbara Corcoran ... Herself

Jill Kargman ... Herself

Marc Jacobs ... Himself

Karl Lagerfeld ... Himself

Patricia Field ... Herself

Michael Kors ... Himself

Giorgio Armani ... Himself

Rachel Zoe ... Herself

Lauren Bush Lauren ... Herself (as Lauren Bush)

Iris Apfel ... Herself

Jean Doumanian ... Herself

Tory Burch ... Herself

Diane von Fürstenberg ... Herself

Oscar de la Renta ... Himself
Ally Hilfiger ... Herself

Blake Mycoskie ... Himself

Christian Louboutin ... Himself
Narciso Rodríguez ... Himself

Bobbi Brown ... Herself
William Ivey Long ... Himself

Robert Verdi ... Himself

Manolo Blahnik ... Himself
Lorraine Schwartz ... Herself
Domenico Dolce ... Himself

Olivier Theyskens ... Himself

David Hoey ... Himself
Thom Browne ... Himself

Amy Fine-Collins ... Herself

Linda Fargo ... Herself

Keren Craig ... Herself
Alber Elbaz ... Himself
Stefano Gabbana ... Himself
Sidney Toledano ... Himself
Candy Pratts ... Herself

Jason Wu ... Himself
Victoria Roberts ... Herself
John Demsey ... Himself
Betty Halbreich ... Herself

Gilles Mendel ... Himself
Lynn Yaeger ... Herself

Andrew Malloy ... Himself
Laudomia Pucci ... Herself

Thakoon ... Himself
Johnson Hartig ... Himself
Albert Kriemler ... Himself
Jim Gold ... Himself
Patrick McDonald ... Himself
Paul Goldberger ... Himself
Catherine Malandrino ... Herself
Dawn Mello ... Herself
Robert Duffy ... Himself
Sylvia Fendi ... Herself
Lela Rose ... Herself
Elaine Mack ... Herself
Elizabeth Hui ... Herself

Eila Mell ... Herself (uncredited)
Erika Smith ... Marilyn Monroe (uncredited)

Directed by
Matthew Miele 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Matthew Miele 

Produced by
Mallory Andrews .... producer
Pete Kasko .... executive producer
Andrew Malloy .... executive producer
Stephen John McCarthy .... executive producer (as Steve McCarthy)
Serge Nivelle .... co-producer
Barbara Ragghianti .... co-producer
Stephanie Shayne .... co-producer
Iris E. Wagner .... executive producer
Chris Walker .... executive producer
Original Music by
Frankie Rose (music written and performed by)
Parov Stelar 
Cinematography by
Justin Bare (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Justin Bare 
Sound Department
Sebastian Henshaw .... sound effects editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Greg Andracke .... camera operator
Thomas Kay .... additional camera operator
Chris Newhard .... additional camera operator
Editorial Department
Matt Breitenbach .... digital intermediate assist
Molle DeBartolo .... digital intermediate producer
Valerie Lasser .... additional editor
Anthony Raffaele .... colorist
Max Smith .... assistant editor
Claudia Walker .... additional editor
Music Department
Anthony Roman .... music supervisor
Lilah Wilson .... music supervisor
Other crew
Liz Keating .... production coordinator
Elizabeth Starry .... production assistant
Ann Roth .... thanks

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Rated PG-13 for a brief sexual reference
USA:93 min
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nice window displays, 28 October 2016
Author: blanche-2 from United States

I used to work directly across the street from Bergdorf's and actually used to buy my makeup there which was specially blended for my skin. One thing I noticed every time I went in is that everyone shopping had an accent. None of we Americans had any money.

Bergdorf's is an institution, an American success story, originally a family-run business run by people who cared about their customers and their product. I would say it's still that way.

One of the best things about Christmas in New York is the Bergdorf windows, which are always sumptuous and put one right into the Christmas spirit, no matter how rotten they feel.

As far a their pricing, their markup is probably 400%.

I didn't mind the interviews, I found them very interesting with the various designers and also how Halston or Ralph Lauren, I can't remember which, was dumped from the store after his line for J.C. Penney was announced.

There was a little spot on the saleswoman Betty who was quite funny. "Johnny Depp is my favorite person in the world," she says, "and he's the only one I haven't met." "Do you like the way he dresses?" someone asks. "Oh, who cares about that," she says. When asked what she would be doing if she wasn't working at Bergdorf's, she says, "Drinking."

The only problem with the documentary in my opinion was that it was all about the filthy rich indulging in nauseating excess. As the divide between rich and poor becomes bigger (especially in New York) it's kind of sickening. As one woman explained it, when milk goes up 4 cents at Walmart, you stop buying it. But Bergdorf was able to raise prices and sell expensive items. Not, of course, to the same crowd.

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