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The Sweet Life, an edgy and unconventional dramedy, is the love story of Kenny Parker and Lolita Nowicki, each struggling with their own brand of demons, who first meet by chance in Chicago... See more »

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Kenny Pantalio
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Lolita Nowicki
Brian Shortall ...
Chad
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Convenience Store Clerk
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Marlon
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Brandon
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Tick Tock Jackson
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Surgeon
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Nurse
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Earl
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Edda
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County Sheriff
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Steve
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Jack
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Mike
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Ava
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Katherine
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John Lobato ...
Nurse
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Joe (uncredited)

Directed by

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Rob Spera

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Jared Rappaport ... ()

Produced by

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Allison Avery Jordan ... associate producer
Bonnie Curtis ... producer
Michael Druyanoff ... executive producer
Leigh Ernst Friestedt ... executive producer
Rodrigo García ... executive producer
Paul Jaconi-Biery ... co-producer
Julie Lynn ... producer
Matt Maddox ... associate producer
Maria J. McDonald ... executive producer
Ruth Mutch ... executive producer
John Portnoy ... associate producer
Amy Lynn Quinn ... executive producer
Neal Schneider ... executive producer
Vernon Taylor ... executive producer

Music by

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Jeff Beal

Cinematography by

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Gavin Kelly

Film Editing by

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Matt Maddox

Editorial Department

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Emma Escamilla ... post-production assistant
Natasha Leonnet ... digital intermediate colorist
Renee Minasian ... post-production coordinator
Ray Ruotolo ... digital colorist assistant
Daniel James Scott ... first assistant editor

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Amy Lippens

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Denise Pizzini

Art Direction by

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Giao-Chau Ly

Costume Design by

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Alysia Raycraft

Makeup Department

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Kelsey Lyn Doonan ... key makeup artist
Kelcey Fry ... makeup designer
Sheri Hoover ... makeup department head
Julie Rea ... department head hair

Production Management

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Paul Jaconi-Biery ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Geno Hart ... second unit director
Michael Judd ... first assistant director
Candice Lee ... second assistant director
Ricky Dean Monsey ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Dan Caplan ... storyboard artist
Tanya Blood Hinkel ... scenic foreman (as Tanya Hinkel)
Madelyn Kime ... on set dresser
Bob West ... graphic designer
Timothy Wilusz ... property master
John Bruce Zawacki ... construction coordinator

Sound Department

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Amanda Beggs ... sound mixer
José Caldararo ... foley artist
Justin M. Davey ... re-recording mixer (as J.M. Davey) / sound designer (as J.M. Davey)
Bechen de Loredo ... foley mixer
Mark McBryde ... adr mixer
Rodrigo Ortiz-Parraga ... foley editor / foley supervisor
Constanza Pando ... foley recordist
Saif Parkar ... boom operator
George Pereyra ... sound effects editor
Zach Seivers ... re-recording mixer / sound designer
Sebastián Sonzogni ... foley artist

Stunts

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Jeremy Fry ... stunts
Adam Hart ... stunt coordinator
Natalie Padilla ... stunt double: Abigail Spencer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ejen Chuang ... still photographer
Filip Dvorak ... digital imaging technician: Chicago
Jesse M. Feldman ... camera operator: "b" camera / director of photography: second unit
Alex Gadberry ... second assistant camera: b camera
Alex Grossfeld ... a camera: first assistant camera
Tony Jou ... lighting technician
Nghia Khuu ... gaffer
Ron Leahy ... gaffer: Chicago
Charles R. Mathews ... best boy grip
Gilles Mingasson ... still photographer
Renni Pollock ... second assistant camera

Casting Department

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Carol Grant ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Roger J. Forker ... costume supervisor
Sophia Hastings ... key costumer

Location Management

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Derek Alvarado ... assistant location manager
Dan Cooley ... supervising location manager
Saisie M. Jang ... key assistant location manager: San Francisco
Amanda Nye ... location manager: Chicago
Matthew Riutta ... location manager: San Francisco
Rick Surad ... key assistant location manager

Transportation Department

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Joseph Paoletti ... transportation co-captain: Chicago
Adam Pinkstaff ... transportation captain

Other crew

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Nedda Azizian ... post-production accountant
Emerson Bruns ... production legal services
Andrea Devaux ... script supervisor: San Francisco
Sarah Dignan ... production supervisor
Sandy Fleck ... script supervisor
Cathy Gurvis ... post production accountant
Timothy Hardin ... production accountant
Jisun Jamie Kim ... epk producer (as Jisun Jamie Lee)
Jan McWilliams ... script supervisor
John Papapavlos ... assistant production coordinator
John Portnoy ... main and end titles
Alexander Robinson ... production assistant
Friday Savathphoune ... additional script supervisor
Marco Seropian ... set medic: San Francisco
Maud Waterman ... accounts clerk
Andrea Smith ... global director of motion picture logistics: Altour Travel (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The Sweet Life, an edgy and unconventional dramedy, is the love story of Kenny Parker and Lolita Nowicki, each struggling with their own brand of demons, who first meet by chance in Chicago and form a pact to travel across country to the Golden Gate Bridge to commit suicide... together.

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Also Known As
  • Tatli Hayat (Turkey, Turkish title)
  • Kochane życie (Poland)
  • Az élet édes (Hungary)
Runtime
  • 90 min
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Trivia It has the same plot as korean movie "another way" See more »
Crazy Credits "For the faithful men and women who have saved countless lives in the golden gate bridge. For those who have fought tirelessly to bring safety nets to the bridge. For the lives that have been lost. For the lives that will be saved." See more »
Quotes [First lines]
Lolita: What are you doing?
Kenny: Nothin.
Lolita: No, you're invading my personal space.
Kenny: Personal space is like arm's length.
Lolita: No, not always.
Kenny: How so?
Lolita: After 9pm, within a radius of a major metropolitan downtown area, personal space is like *at least* 15 ft.
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