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Since You've Been Gone (1998)

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The story of a 10th anniversary High School reunion, told through the eyes of a doctor who was humiliated on graduation day by being badly beaten up by a fellow graduate.

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David Schwimmer

Writer:

Jeff Steinberg
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Philip Rayburn Smith Philip Rayburn Smith ... Kevin MacEldowney
Joey Slotnick ... Zane Levy
Joy Gregory ... Mollie Rusk (as Joy E. Gregory)
Laura Eason ... Electra Pollack
Heidi Stillman Heidi Stillman ... Holly Petuto
Thom Cox Thom Cox ... Clay Mellon
David Catlin David Catlin ... Duncan Sheperd
Teri Hatcher ... Maria Goldstein
Lara Flynn Boyle ... Grace Williams
David Schwimmer ... Robert S. Levitt
Tom Hodges ... Pat Prince
Harry Lennix ... Jordan Cardozo
David Downs David Downs ... Front Desk Clerk
Tracy Walsh ... Tiffany Winnie
Andrew White Andrew White ... Tyler Winnie
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The story of a 10th anniversary High School reunion, told through the eyes of a doctor who was humiliated on graduation day by being badly beaten up by a fellow graduate. Written by Alan Keith Carver <alanc@accessone.com>

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated R for language and a scene of sexuality | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 April 1998 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dogwater See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA See more »

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FilmColony,Miramax See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

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1.85 : 1
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Brad Pitt was cast as Fred Linderhoff but scheduling conflicts with The Devil's Own (1997) forced him to drop out. See more »

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Duncan Sheperd: Clay, I don't want to be here. Did you see all those people out there? I heard many of them talking about how great their lives are. Everyone has the BMW's, the fancy jobs, the houses. I'm just here because you wanted to come and you're my best friend and so I can keep an eye on you and make sure you don't have another episode.
Clay Mellon: I'm not going to have an episode. I took my lithium. At least I think I took it.
Duncan Sheperd: What am I gonna say when they ask me what I'm doing now? I went bankrupt? I'm unemployed...
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You Don't Know Me
Written by Temple Williams and Joey Slotnick
Performed by Diane Gordon, Daniel Silverman, and Julie Glaze
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High School (ugh!)
16 July 2005 | by microwaveSee all my reviews

This movie struck my adolescent home... and hard! The story line is rather brief in the drama department, mostly consisting of characterization "sketches" held together by the 10th reunion event. But I must declare, these vignettes were very much as I remember the angst of high school socializations. Every now and then I desire to watch this movie and usually end up watching it 2 or 3 times in one session. I think a good many people who have seen this movie dislike it because of the accurate recollections of those painful, "glory lost" or awkward years in high school. David Schwimmer's character as the class president reminds me of the social strata that necessitated the need to endure extreme torment. The trivial yet paradoxically significant feud between doctors McEldowney and Prince poignantly points out those events which act as a great social forge in our personal developments. There are so many personalities represented in this movie, and these personalities are highly representative of my friend's and my own high school years. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who can look back into their personal past and laugh at those formative semi-adult years in life.


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