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Catfight (2016)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 3 March 2017 (USA)
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The rivalry between two former college friends comes to a head when they both attend the same glamorous event.


Onur Tukel


Onur Tukel





Cast overview, first billed only:
Sandra Oh ... Veronica
Anne Heche ... Ashley
Alicia Silverstone ... Lisa
Amy Hill ... Aunt Charlie
Myra Lucretia Taylor Myra Lucretia Taylor ... Donna
Ariel Kavoussi ... Sally
Damian Young ... Stanley
Stephen Gevedon ... Tom Ferguson The Art Collector
Giullian Yao Gioiello ... Kip
Tituss Burgess ... John The Physical Therapist
Jay O. Sanders ... Angry Guy
Peter Jacobson ... Carl
Catherine Curtin ... Carl's Wife
Ronald Guttman ... The Man In The Towell
Eva Dorrepaal ... Claire The Other Art Collector


In this dark, gritty, mean-spirited, but well-made comedy-drama, Veronica (Sandra Oh) is an superficial, entitled housewife dealing with her home life. Ashley (Anne Heche) is a self-obsessed, misanthropic, artist dealing with her career and her life partner Lisa (Alicia Silverstone) who wants to raise a baby. Veronica and Ashely's paths cross at a party hosted by Veronica's husband, which the two cynical woman's long-buried rivalry comes to the surface which leads to a brutal cat-fight where Veronica ends up in the hospital in a coma. After two years, Veronica emerges from her coma to learn that both her husband and teenage son are dead, and she is broke with no friends or family. On the other hand, Ashley has become a successful and wealthy artist now married to Lisa. Veronica blames Ashley for her downfall, and after another confrontation which leads to another savage cat-fight in a vacant lot, Ashley is the one to end up in a coma and is revived after two years to find her own ... Written by Larry B.

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A black and blue comedy


Comedy | Drama


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Release Date:

3 March 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Catfight - Botte da amiche See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

MPI Media Group See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


While promoting this film, director Onur Tukel and actress Anne Heche managed to be the second and third guests ever to be asked to leave a popular podcast, named Doug Loves Movies, for disruptive behavior. The first guest to be asked to leave, was Onur Tukel on a previous episode of "DLM". See more »


When Ashley and Veronica are talking after breakfast in the cabin (1 hr 26 min), you can see a very small bug flying around. Anne Heche plays it off nicely by blowing at it and staying in character. See more »


Veronica: We don't have to do this, Ashley.
Ashley: My spirit is broken. My heart is filled with hate. I have nothing left but to destroy you.
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7th Symphony Pizzicato
Written by Ludwig van Beethoven
Arranged by Frederic Sans
Courtesy of APM Music
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4 March 2017 | by jeremyheadifenSee all my reviews

Cat fight is legend and legion. 3 acts. Much like the 3 Norns or the 3 Furies of fate of Norse and Greek mythology. Cycles of time and repetition. It is a black comedy. Bloody funny though. Sandra Oh and Anne Heche were perfectly cast. The script, acting and direction are great. The action scenes are INSANE. Sandra Oh and Anne Heche getting brutally violent in what are totally hardcore cat fight scenes. Not what you would expect from such acclaimed actresses. Which is why it works so well. Alicia, man I haven't seen her in a film for so long I didn't recognise her. Ariel Kavoussi was a genius addition. The 3rd story. So cute and adorable. I can see blue bunny becoming a meme. The rating is low. But If you like quality black humour, quality action, quality direction, and quality acting I recommend this. In addition, it is a female orientated film. A not too squeamish girl will love it. And it is deliberately challenging in political opinions folk hold. You are left if you are poor, right if you are rich. And how those roles rotate depending on wealth. A brutal commentary on society. Watch it. It is of the caliber of Tarantino's script for "True Romance", and with Tarantino his early films and scripts were great, or Luc Beesons "Leon", and the array of films that just break the mould of expectation. Jx.

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