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"Rigoletto" retold at Christmas time in Manhattan's corporate world. Rick, an executive at Image, is a jerk to a woman applying for a job. That evening, he's out for drinks with his much... See more »

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Rick O'Lette
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Duke
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Eve O'Lette
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Michelle
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Buck
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Duke's Long-Suffering Wife
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Laura
Jerome Preston Bates ...
Lobby Guard
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Mick
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Vicki
Marin Rathje ...
Mrs. O'Lette in Picture
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Rick's Doorman
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Perky Waiter
Dennis Parlato ...
BusinessTalk Anchor
P.J. Brown ...
Jack Lantern
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Jane
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Jed (as Todd Kovner)
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Timothy the Storage Attendant
Kim Thompson ...
New Receptionist (as Kimberly Anne Thompson)
Vita Haas ...
Party Girl
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Anne Balin
Andrew Appel ...
Ambitious Exec
Chris Skoglund ...
Annoying Exec
Robert Gerard Larkin ...
Harried Exec
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Fawning Exec
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Clowning Exec
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Handsome Exec
Robin Goldsmith ...
Genial Exec
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Angie Castro ...
Company employee / Christmas party (uncredited)
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Cigar Smoker (uncredited)
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Sue (uncredited)

Directed by

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Curtiss Clayton

Written by

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Daniel Handler ... (writer)

Produced by

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Allen Bain ... line producer
Ruth Charny ... producer
Jim Czarnecki ... producer
Edward R. Pressman ... executive producer
John Schmidt ... executive producer
Sofia Sondervan ... producer

Music by

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Ted Reichman

Cinematography by

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Lisa Rinzler

Film Editing by

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Curtiss Clayton

Editorial Department

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Audrey Chang ... assistant editor
Tricia Chiarenza ... color timer
Richard Crawford ... on-line editor
Randy Magalski ... on-line editor
Rupert Nadeau ... post-production coordinator
Michael Nouryeh ... assistant editor
Zac Stanford ... colorist
John M. Valerio ... assistant editor (as John Valerio)

Casting By

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Sig De Miguel
Cathy Sandrich Gelfond ... (as Cathy Sandrich)
Amanda Mackey ... (as Amanda Mackey Johnson)
Wendy Weidman

Set Decoration by

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Heather Loeffler

Costume Design by

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Alysia Raycraft

Makeup Department

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Persefone Karakosta ... assistant hair stylist (as Persephone Karakosta) / assistant makeup artist (as Persephone Karakosta)
Sheri Kornhaber ... key makeup artist
Julia Lallas ... assistant hair stylist / assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Monica Hampton ... production manager
Douglas Salkin ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Roger M. Bobb ... first assistant director
Daniel Elefante ... second second assistant director
Jason Graham ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Kate Hardy ... set dresser
Jesse Kaufmann ... set dresser
Jose Pavon ... property master

Sound Department

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David Bach ... dialogue editor
Chris David ... re-recording mixer
David Esparza ... sound effects supervisor
Seth Granger ... boom operator
Anguibe Guindo ... boom operator
Robert Jackson ... supervising sound editor
Shawn Kennelly ... foley mixer
Laura Macias ... foley artist
Chris Navarro ... adr recordist
Vince Nicastro ... foley artist
Stuart Provine ... sound effects editor
Theresa Radka ... sound
Terry Rodman ... re-recording mixer
Joan Rowe ... foley artist
Sean Rowe ... foley artist
Victoria Rose Sampson ... dialogue editor (as Vickie Sampson)
Dan Scolnik ... foley editor
Eric Thompson ... adr mixer
Sean Wright ... sound recordist

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Miguel Hernandez ... digital artist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Patrik Anderson ... still photographer
George Bianchini ... steadicam operator
Ben Bloodwell ... first assistant camera
Bernard X. Brongniart ... electrician
Shaka Brookes ... third electric
Luis Contreras ... additional electrician
Jesse Cory ... additional grip
Sandy Hays ... steadicam operator
Gary Jackiewicz ... grip
Christian Jara ... additional electrician
Paul McCluskey ... key grip
Alan McIntyre Smith ... gaffer (as Alan Smith)
Andy Motz ... best boy
Beth O'Brien ... additional electrician
Ruben O'Malley ... additional electrician
Anwar Payne ... additional grip
Pascal Perich ... still photographer
Michael P. Prisco Jr. ... best boy electric / best boy
Craig Striano ... third grip
Derek E. Tindall ... additional grip (as Derek Tindall)
David Troutman ... grip
Dana Turken ... second assistant camera
Eric Ulrich ... additional grip
Derek Walker ... camera operator

Casting Department

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Christian Scott ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jennifer Galvelis ... wardrobe supervisor
Catherine Osborne ... wardrobe department assistant

Location Management

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Frank Simonetti ... location manager
Marisa Wu ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Stephen French ... composer: additional music
Adam Moreno ... playback singer: song
Jeffrey Potokar ... assistant music editor
H. Anton Riehl ... music arranger: song
Angie Rubin ... music editor
Mark Schulz ... composer: additional music
Paul Stoney ... composer: additional music
Andy Taub ... recording engineer

Other crew

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Robyn Alcock ... assistant production coordinator
Katie Burns ... titles
Ben Feldman ... production legal services
Jacob Gitzis ... product placement
Robert Gori ... production accountant
Patrick Huber ... set production intern
Stephen Jensen ... second team
Nora Killoran ... production coordinator
Brendan MacDevette ... production assistant
Ray Mara ... caterer
Josh Newport ... key production assistant
Christine Richardson ... unit publicist
Patrick Russell ... assistant: Sofia Sondervan
Michael Taylor ... script supervisor
Kim Thompson ... production assistant: first team
Melinda Ziyadat ... set intern

Thanks

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Randall Poster ... extra special thanks

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Plot Summary

"Rigoletto" retold at Christmas time in Manhattan's corporate world. Rick, an executive at Image, is a jerk to a woman applying for a job. That evening, he's out for drinks with his much younger boss, Duke, and the same women is their waitress. Rick's continued rudeness leads to her getting fired. She puts a curse on him. A potential rift with Duke quickly surfaces; Rick is approached by the hail-fellow Buck, who runs His Own Company, offering to rid Rick of Duke. At dinner later that night, Rick and Duke's paths cross again; this time Rick is with his stunning and beloved daughter, Eve, a student who has a secret relationship with Duke. All paths lead to the office holiday party. Written by

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Taglines Envy, lust, murder...business as usual. See more »
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  • 100 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $3,817, 26 Sep 2004

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Trivia Rick takes his daughter to dinner at Verdi's, a restaurant named after the composer of 'Rigoletto', the opera from which the movie is drawn. While they dine, the music playing in the background is "La donna è mobile", the Duke's aria from the last act of the opera. See more »
Goofs When Buck gives his business card to Rick, it has a '666' phone number, but when Rick uses the business card in Eve's bedroom to set up the hit, the phone number starts with '555'. See more »
Movie Connections Features American Psycho (2000). See more »
Soundtracks Great Wooden Bridge See more »
Quotes BusinessTalk Anchor: Facade's corporate status is no joke, either. Last year the Wall Street Journal reported the company's earnings at 140 zillion dollars.
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BusinessTalk Anchor: I'm sorry, that can't be right.
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