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Conrad (Jason Bateman) is helped by his old friend Dylan (Billy Crudup) and returns the favor by falling for Dylan's girlfriend Beatrice (Olivia Wilde).

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Conrad Valmont
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Barry the Therapist
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Bunny
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Concierge
Stephen Temperly ...
Jean-Louis Valmont
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Maribel Valmont
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Young Conrad (as Seamus Fitzpatrick)
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Bernard the Chauffeur
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Beatrice Fairbanks
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Dylan Tate
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Artist #1
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Artist #2
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Woman at Gallery
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Museum Host
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Museum Socialite
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Young Beatrice (as Nicole Berger)
Ann W. Friedman ...
Beatrice's Mother (as Ann Friedman)
Richaud Valls ...
Fashion Photographer
Irina Kisilyova ...
Psychic
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Bartender
Erika Spring Forster ...
Erika Spring (as Erika Spring)
Jessie Gold ...
Jessie Gold
Jay Israelson ...
Jay Israelson
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Jocelyn #1
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Octave
Barbara Schulz ...
Marianne
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Maitre D'
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Hemmings Waiter
Jane Anne Thomas ...
Jocelyn #2
Luke Cissell ...
Violinist #1
Janice Lamarre ...
Violinist #2
Paula Cho ...
Violist
Reenat Pinchas ...
Cellist
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Doorman
Peter Kilcommons ...
Doctor
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Nurse (as Georgia X. Lifsher)
Liesl ...
Ivory House Girl #1
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Ivory House Girl #2
Elliot Cuker ...
Car Mechanic
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Intellectual #1 Subway
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Intellectual #2 Subway
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Homeless Man
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Woman Patient
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Reporter #1
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Reporter #2
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Narrator (voice)
The Greyhound Mia ...
Napoleon the Dog (as Mia)
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Soccer Player (uncredited)
Krista Chandlee ...
Model (uncredited)
Anna Dudnik ...
Call Girl (uncredited)
John Mancini ...
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Meghan Mazurczyk ...
Lingerie Model (uncredited)
Mario Moise Fontaine ...
Hotel Employee (uncredited)
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Cocktail Guest (uncredited)
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Pedestrian (uncredited)
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Theater Patron (uncredited)
Nichelle Wright ...
Soccer Player (uncredited)

Directed by

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Peter Glanz

Written by

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Peter Glanz ... (story) &
Juan Iglesias ... (story)
 
Peter Glanz ... (written by)

Produced by

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Neda Armian ... producer
Sirad Balducci ... line producer
Uday Chopra ... producer
Stone Douglass ... executive producer
Chris Marsh ... executive producer
Taylor Materne ... executive producer
Jonathan Reiman ... executive producer

Music by

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Jay Israelson

Cinematography by

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Ben Kutchins

Film Editing by

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Sarah Flack

Editorial Department

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Ryan Bennett ... head of production: digital intermediate
John Bonta ... colorist
John Diesso ... digital intermediate editor
Sean Dunckley ... colorist
Jamie Kirkpatrick ... additional editor
Alden McLellan ... post-production coordinator
Nick Monton ... head of production: Company 3
Jaime O'Bradovich ... color assist
Tom Poole ... supervising digital intermediate colorist
Zachary A. Schwartz ... assistant editor

Casting By

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J.C. Cantu
Mary Vernieu

Production Design by

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Rick Butler

Set Decoration by

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Amy Williams

Costume Design by

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Heidi Bivens

Makeup Department

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Dennis Bailey ... key hair stylist
Ashley Fox ... makeup department head
Gina Leone ... additional hair stylist
Mia Neal ... hair department head
Nicole Wodowski ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Marcelo Gandola ... post-production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Eric LaFranchi ... second assistant director
Corey Roberts ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Lucien Charles ... leadman (as Lou Charles)
Lindsey Copeland ... art department assistant
Bianca Siu Davies ... art assistant
Cherie Kroll ... assistant art director
A.R. Brook Lynn ... set decoration assistant
Kris Major ... property master
Talia Mendillo ... art department coordinator
Jeanne Moore ... art production assistant
Julie Peters-Haymes ... set dresser
Darren Sharkey ... set dresser
Marisa Umsawasdi ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Shaun Brennan ... foley artist
Lewis Goldstein ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor
Max Greene ... sound editor
Eric Maldin ... adr mixer
Tom Ryan ... adr mixer / re-recording mixer
Julia Shirar ... dialogue editor
Jerry Stein ... sound
Max Stein ... boom operator
Wen Hsuan Tseng ... sound editor

Visual Effects by

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Jonathan Podwil ... visual effects artist: Brainstorm Digital

Stunts

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Roy Farfel ... stunt driver
Robert Lee Harvey ... Stunt double: Jason Bateman
Manny Siverio ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Rebecca Arndt ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Jonathan Beck ... additional camera operator: "b" camera
Doug Durant ... additional assistant camera
Andrew Engert ... genie operator
Derek Gross ... gaffer
Dave Isern ... camera operator: "b" camera (as David Isern) / steadicam operator (as David Isern)
Ari Issler ... camera operator: "a" camera
Christopher D. Jones ... dolly grip
Frank Larson ... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Eric Lichtenstein ... film loader
Erinne Lukaniec ... grip
Caitlin Machak ... film loader
Blaise Miller ... electrician
Tod Olivieri ... rigging electrician
Brent Poleski ... key grip
George Tur ... first assistant camera

Casting Department

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Brandon Hemmerling ... casting associate
Ali Merhi ... extras casting director (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jodi Baldwin ... wardrobe supervisor
Brooke Bennett ... costume assistant
Rachel Dainer-Best ... assistant costume designer
Lucia Gallone ... costume assistant
Ewa Noskowicz ... key costumer

Location Management

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Quincy Gow ... location scout
Jess Magee ... location scout
Greg Morrison ... location scout
Tom Sexton ... location manager

Music Department

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Melissa Chapman ... music clearance
Erik Nickerson ... music consultant

Transportation Department

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George Campbell ... production driver
Kevin Flynn ... transportation captain
Charlie Hoffman ... production driver
Peter Krienbihl ... transportation co-captain (as Pete Kreinbihl)

Other crew

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Nathan Anthony ... production assistant
Matthew Bernabei ... auditor
Felix Berrios ... production assistant
Matthew Vose Campbell ... production consultant
Yara Caubet ... production assistant
Wendy Cohen ... production resources
Carol A. Compton ... script clearance
Matt Crowley ... production assistant (as Matthew Crowley)
Benton Ferguson ... production assistant
Jon Gordon ... production assistant
Lorena Gordon ... production assistant
Eli Gurevich ... production accountant
Ben Hauck ... stand-in: Jason Bateman
Lauren Heath ... production coordinator
Kathy Helmke ... dog trainer
Adam King ... background production assistant
Mackenzie Luzzi ... assistant to mr. marsh
Janelle Malak ... production assistant
Michael T. Mergen ... unit production assistant
Eddie Michaels ... publicist
Ross Miller ... insurance broker
Raeel Naik ... assistant publicity designer
Nieves ... craft service
Otto Porrazzo ... insurance broker
Deepak Rawat ... publicity designer
Jarred Rodriguez ... production assistant
Gary E Schreiber ... tax accountant
Greg Snodgrass ... production counsel
Florence Sobieski ... set intern
Karl Sutherland ... production coordinator
Adam Taylor ... assistant accountant
Jason R. Thompson ... production staff
Andrea Ulrich ... script supervisor
Skylar A. Wilman ... insurance broker
Melanie Wong ... publicist

Thanks

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Danny Gabai ... thanks
Darsi Monaco ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

As he eases into adulthood at the age of forty, Conrad Valmont (Jason Bateman), the over-educated, under-employed heir to the Valmont Hotel fortune, is cut off from his allowance following his parents abrupt divorce and tossed out into the unforgiving streets of the Upper West Side. Luckily, he is taken in by his old friend Dylan (Billy Crudup), and returns the favor by immediately falling for Dylan's girlfriend Beatrice (Olivia Wilde). As Conrad attempts to woo Beatrice while keeping both their relationship and his bank balance secret, Dylan tries to set him up with Jocelyn (Jenny Slate). Ever committed to the charade that he eventually finds difficult to maintain, Conrad quickly realizes his charm can only extend so far into debt. Now deep into an extensional reflection, will it take losing everything to make Conrad realize what he can truly become? Written by Official Source

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Taglines She had him at "I'm your best friend's girlfriend" See more »
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Also Known As
  • Une semaine ordinaire (France)
  • Liebe to go - Die längste Woche meines Lebens (Germany)
  • 7 giorni per cambiare (Italy)
  • Uma Semana a Três (Brazil)
  • Lehit'ahev be'Beatrice (Israel, Hebrew title)
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Runtime
  • 86 min
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Trivia Completed in 2012, not released until two years later. See more »
Goofs When Conrad presses the recording button on his tape deck and speaks in the microphone, the tape is not rolling. The needles for the volume level don't move either. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Longest Week (2014). See more »
Soundtracks Air on the G string See more »
Quotes Narrator: It wasn't till years later that Conrad would realize love was just like communism - it was a great idea but never quite worked out.
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