Goodbye Lover


1h 41m 1999

Brief Synopsis

Sandra is a femme fatale obsessed with the songs of The Sound of Music. Behind her saccharine exterior, she is carrying on an affair with her husband's brother Ben, and likes using handcuffs on him during their trysts. When Ben dies mysteriously, a cynical police detective must investigate a sleazy web of deceit.

Film Details

Also Known As
Goodbye, Lover
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Comedy
Crime
Thriller
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Birds & Animals Unlimited; Flying Cam Inc; Howard Anderson Company; New Regency Productions; Nina Saxon Film Design; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Regency Enterprises
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD); 20th Century Fox International; Village Roadshow Limited; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution; Warner Bros. Pictures International
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 41m

Synopsis

Sandra is a femme fatale obsessed with the songs of The Sound of Music. Behind her saccharine exterior, she is carrying on an affair with her husband's brother Ben, and likes using handcuffs on him during their trysts. When Ben dies mysteriously, a cynical police detective must investigate a sleazy web of deceit.

Cast

Patricia Arquette

Sandra Dunmore

Dermot Mulroney

Jake Dunmore

Ellen Degeneres

Rita Pompano

Mary-louise Parker

Peggy Blane

Don Johnson

Ben Dunmore

Ray Mckinnon

Nathaniel Rollins

Alex Rocco

Detective Crowley

Andre Gregory

Reverend Finlayson

John Neville

Bradley

Jo Nell Kennedy

Evelyn

Akane Nelson

Receptionist

Kevin Cooney

Company Man No 1

Will Foster Stewart

Dennis

Nina Siemaszko

Newscaster

David Brisbin

Mr Brodsky

Lisa Eichorn

Mrs Brodsky

George Furth

Mr Merritt

Barry Newman

Senator Lassetter

Michael Krawic

Medical Examiner

Max Perlich

Will

Quincy Samuel Smith

Larry

Andi Chapman

Cop

John Prosky

Forensic Cop

Richard T. Jones

Detective

Michael Byrne

Detective

Michael William James

Detective

Frances Bay

Old Woman

Pavel Cerny

Cabbie

Ernie W. Lively

Sheriff

Danny Goldring

Forensic Officer

Rob Labelle

Minister

Leslie Jordan

Homer

Lou Myers

Poice Captain

Doug Spinuzza

Gang-Banger

Lee Weaver

Old Codger

Newell Alexander

Minister No 2

Molly Hager

Young Girl No 2

Gerald T Olson

Politician

Kenny Moskow

Commercial Guy

Bruce Rogers

Choir Conductor

Mary Lippman

Joan

Ken Lam

Coroner'S Assistant

Darrick Lam

Police Officer

Marcus M Shirey

Police Officer

Charles Gladney

Cop At College

Lisa Cohen

Battered Woman

Chic Daniel

Detective Daniel

Jay B Yarnell

Detective Yarnell

Mike Singer

Company Man No 2

Gary Sear

Company Man No 3

Erin Keim

Young Girl No 3

Angela Blattenberger

Girls Chorus

Bianca Davis

Girls Chorus

Demi Dustman

Girls Chorus

Jenna Escoto

Girls Chorus

Courtney Hansen

Girls Chorus

Candace Kovacic

Girls Chorus

Juliana Kubicki

Girls Chorus

Brittany Mahurin

Girls Chorus

Kellie Roberson

Girls Chorus

Julie Shapiro

Ashley Thornton

Girls Chorus

Natalie Thornton

Girls Chorus

Jonell Kennedy

Lisa Eichhorn

Michael P. Byrne

Crew

Jim Albert

Other

Deena Appel

Additional Costumes

Wayne Artman

Re-Recording Mixer (Four Media Company)

Rick Barker

Stunt Coordinator

Javier Bennassar

Sound Effects Editor

Richard Blanchard

Song ("Fill My Cup Lord")

James Brown

Song

James Brown

Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")

Gae S. Buckley

Set Designer

Peter Cetera

Song Performer ("Do You Love Me That Much")

Dorian Cheah

Sound Effects Editor

Joel Cohen

Screenplay

Benjamin Cook

Sound Effects Editor

Jonathan Cornick

Co-Executive Producer

Rosemary Cremona

2nd Assistant Director

Louis Creveling

Dialogue Editor

Chic Daniel

Police Advisor

Chris Daniel

Producer

Bonnie Daniels

Production Controller

Doctor Harold Daughtery

Choral Music Consultant

Annie Dautane

Digital Production Supervisor (Medialab/ Digital Special Effects 3-D Sequences)

Ken Dufva

Foley Walker

Tracey Edmonds

Musical Supervisor

Lisle Engle

Sound Effects Editor

Mary Erstad

Foley Mixer

David Fein

Foley Walker

Danielle Fiorello

Dialogue Editor

Mark Forbes

Animal Trainer

Richard Francis-bruce

Additional Editing

Alan Freedman

Adr Mixer

Cormac Funge

Supervising Sound Effects Editor

Jason George

Dialogue Editor

Gregory M Gerlich

Supervising Sound Editor

Jim Goldthwait

3rd Assistant Director

Amanda Goodpaster

Music Editor

David Grant

Dialogue Editor

Larry Groupé

Conductor

Larry Groupé

Original Music

Peter Gulla

Camera Operator

Diane Gutterud

Production Coordinator

Kevin Halloran

Location Manager

Oscar Hammerstein Ii

Songs ("My Favorite Things" "Maria" "So Long Farewell" "Climb Ev'Ry" "Mountain")

Brian R Harman

Other

Robert L Harman

Re-Recording Mixer (Four Media Company)

Darrel Harvey

Recording/Mixing Engineer

Liz Hengber

Song ("Do You Love Me That Much")

Ira Hurwitz

Script Supervisor

Damon Intrabartolo

Supervisor

Robert C Jackson

Dialogue Editor

Gregory Jacobs

1st Assistant Director

Gary Jay

Camera Operator

Frank Jones

Re-Recording Mixer (Four Media Company)

Thomas Jones

Dialogue Editor

Ossama Khuluki

Foley Walker

Arassou Kichenassamy

Other

Jean Baptiste Lere

Computer Graphic Artist (Medialab/ Digital Special Effects 3-D Sequences)

Barbara Lorenz

Hair Styles Designer

Frank Macchia

Original Music

James Mackinnon

Effects Makeup

Orreolondo Mallory

Song ("Propoganda")

David Mann

Foley Editor

Diane Marshall

Foley Walker

Brian Mashburn

Song ("Goodbye")

Brett Mazur

Song ("Propoganda")

Patrick Mcdarrah

Producer

Michael Mcquarn

Musical Supervisor

Joseph Middleton

Casting

Alexandra Milchan

Producer

Arnon Milchan

Executive Producer

Bruce Alan Miller

Art Director

David Minkowski

Production Associate

Olivia Moreau

Digital Production Manager (Medialab/ Digital Special Effects 3-D Sequences)

Michelle Morris-gertz

Other

Gene Murphy

Song ("Propoganda")

Michael Nathanson

Executive Producer

Gerald T Olson

Line Producer

Gerald T Olson

Unit Production Manager

John Ottman

Music

John Ottman

Original Music

Jonathan Owens

Song ("Chained Minds")

Ron Peer

From Story

Ron Peer

Screenwriter

Brian Pierret

Other

Tessa Posnansky

Set Decorator

Emmanuel Previnaire

Pilot (Flying Camera Inc)

Louis Prezelin

Camera Operator (Flying Camera Inc)

Caroline Quinn

Set Designer

Eve Ramboz

Digital Effects Supervisor/Compositing Artist (Medialab/Digital Special Effects 3-D Sequences)

Yuri Reese

Dialogue Editor

Philippe Reinaudo

Technical Supervisor (Medialab/ Digital Special Effects 3-D Sequences)

Shari Rhodes

Casting

William Robinson Jr.

Song ("Do You Love Me That Much")

Bruce Rogers

Other

Richard Rogers

Songs ("My Favorite Things" "Maria" "So Long Farewell" "Climb Ev'Ry" "Mountain" "I Have Confidence" "Something Good")

Joel Roodman

Producer

Michael John Ross

Re-Recording Mixer

Michael Roy

System Manager (Medialab/Digital Special Effects/3d Sequences)

Kyle Rudolph

2nd Unit Director Of Photography (2nd Unit)

Ferris Save

Song Performer ("Goodbye")

Susan Shin

Adr Supervising Editor

Alec Sokolow

Screenwriter

Walter Spencer

Dialogue Editor

Dante Spinotti

Director Of Photography

Van Spurgeon

Associate Producer

Stewart Starkin

Production Designer

Fred Steiner

Song ("Perry Mason Theme")

William Steinkamp

Editor

Bruno Stempel

Special Effects Coordinator (Performance World/Special Effects)

Gilda Texter

Costume Supervisor

Kaori Turner

Body Makeup

Theadora Van Runkle

Costume Designer

Jean-marie Vives

Digital Matte Painting Artist (Medialab/ Digital Special Effects 3-D Sequences)

Mathew Waters

Re-Recording Mixer

Pawel Wdowczak

Production Sound Mixer

Jerry Williams

Special Effects Coordinator (Performance World/Special Effects)

Lennox Wiseley

Executive (Lightmotive Productions)

Debbie Zoller

Key Makeup Artist

Film Details

Also Known As
Goodbye, Lover
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Comedy
Crime
Thriller
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Birds & Animals Unlimited; Flying Cam Inc; Howard Anderson Company; New Regency Productions; Nina Saxon Film Design; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Regency Enterprises
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD); 20th Century Fox International; Village Roadshow Limited; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution; Warner Bros. Pictures International
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 41m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Limited Release in United States April 16, 1999

Released in United States Spring April 16, 1999

Released in United States on Video October 12, 1999

Released in United States April 1999

Shown at Palm Beach International Film Festival April 9-18, 1999.

Additional photography continued until January 18, 1997.

Straight-to-video release.

Completed shooting December 22, 1996.

Began shooting October 10, 1996.

Regency Vision is the speciality division of New Regency Productions.

Limited Release in United States April 16, 1999

Released in United States Spring April 16, 1999

Released in United States on Video October 12, 1999

Released in United States April 1999 (Shown at Palm Beach International Film Festival April 9-18, 1999.)