Breaking Up


1h 30m 1997

Brief Synopsis

A young couple wrestles with the idea of breaking up or continuing along in their volatile relationship. Driven together by good times and great sex, a wedge develops between them when the guy refuses to commit. Fearing he'll lose her forever, he has a change of heart and asks for her hand in marriage, but then backs out at the altar. Eventually they realize that, even though they love one another, they'd both be better off apart.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Romance
Drama
Adaptation
Release Date
1997
Production Company
Cinema Research Corporation; Clein & White Public Relations; Kenimation; New Regency Productions; New Regency Productions; New Regency Productions; Regency Enterprises; Regency Enterprises
Distribution Company
WB; Village Roadshow Limited; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Bros. Pictures International
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Synopsis

A young couple wrestles with the idea of breaking up or continuing along in their volatile relationship. Driven together by good times and great sex, a wedge develops between them when the guy refuses to commit. Fearing he'll lose her forever, he has a change of heart and asks for her hand in marriage, but then backs out at the altar. Eventually they realize that, even though they love one another, they'd both be better off apart.

Crew

Ed Ackerman

Songs ("A + B = Y" "Anniversary 6")

Steve Adelson

Steadicam Operator

Hal Arlen

Song ("Come Rain Or Come Shine")

Gerard Averill

Location Manager

Irving Berlin

Song ("They Say It'S Wonderful")

Bruce Berman

Guitar

Felipe Borrero

Production Sound Mixer

Lionel Brown

Song ("Wedding Bells")

Karen Burnett

Set Decorator

Michael Castellano

Costume Supervisor

Thomas Chan

Audio Post-Production Coordinator

Andy Clark

Unit/Location Manager (New York Crew)

Kelly Clear

Camera Operator

William Collier

Song ("Wedding Bells")

John Coltrane

Song Performer ("They Say It'S Wonderful")

Jean Costello

Production Coordinator

Michael Cristofer

Screenwriter

Michael Cristofer

Play As Source Material ("Breaking Up")

Wendy Cutler

Adr Loop Group

Dee Dee Davis

Audio Post-Production Coordinator

Al Decker

Sound Effects Editor

Marcella Detroit

Song ("You'Re History")

Marlen Dietrich

Song Performer ("Come Rain Or Come Shine")

Cas Donovan

Associate Producer

Cas Donovan

Assistant Director

Juan Garcia Esquivel

Song Performer

Siobhan Fahey

Song ("You'Re History")

Richard Feldman

Song ("You'Re History")

Mauro Fiore

Director Of Photography

Marty Flores

Percussions/Drums

Michele Fort

Scenic Artist

Terrence Foster

Production Designer

Marilyn Frandsen

Other

Bradley H Gordon

Associate Producer

Bruce Greenspan

Dialogue Editor

Robert Greenwald

Producer

Malcolm Groome

Adr Loop Group

Adam Hamilton

Song

Adam Hamilton

Song Performer ("Planes")

Johnny Hartman

Song Performer ("They Say It'S Wonderful")

Suzanne Hines

Editor

Mark Hurtado

Storyboard Artist

Charles Jevremovic

Video Sequence Editor

Bert Kalmar

Song ("Who'S Sorry Now?")

Chiemi Karasawa

Script Supervisor (New York Crew)

Kurt A Kassulke

Re-Recording Mixer

Philip Kleinbart

Executive In Charge Of Production

William T Kozy

Sound Recordist (New York Crew)

Joyce Kurtz

Adr Voices; Adr Loop Group

Mark Linden

Sound Effects Editor

Tony Love

Song ("I Hear Bells (Wedding Bells)")

David Matalon

Executive Producer

Pethe Melnick

Song ("The Epsteins")

Johnny Mercer

Song ("Come Rain Or Come Shine")

Arnon Milchan

Executive Producer

George Moffly

Producer

George Moffly

Unit Production Manager

C L Monrose

Video Sequence Editor

Paul Morin

Bass

Mark Mothersbaugh

Music

Kim Naves

Music Editor

Ermahn Ospina

Key Makeup/Hair

Paul Pape

Adr Loop Group

Thomas Price

Song ("Wedding Bells")

Paul Ratajczak

Supervising Sound Editor

Paul Ratajczak

Re-Recording Mixer

Deborah Ross

Main/End Title Design

Harry Ruby

Song ("Who'S Sorry Now?")

Amy Schmidt

Assistant Director

Patrick Seymour

Song ("You'Re History")

Arilcater Smith

Song ("Wedding Bells")

Billy Dawn Smith

Song ("To The Aisle")

Ted Snyder

Song ("Who'S Sorry Now?")

Jill Sprecher

Production Coordinator (New York Crew)

Cheryl Starbuck

Script Supervisor

Alex Steyermark

Music Supervisor

Bob Strong

Song ("I Hear Bells (Wedding Bells)")

Hope Sugarman

Music Supervisor (New Regency)

Craig Thurman Suttle

Line Producer

Paul Tinta

Foley Recordist

Karl Wallinger

Song ("World Groove (Do The Mind Guerilla)")

Stuart Wiener

Song ("To The Aisle")

Howard Wilson

Song ("Wedding Bells")

Kerri Wilson

Editor/Recordist

Ronnie Yeskel

Casting

Kelly Zitrick

Costume Designer

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Romance
Drama
Adaptation
Release Date
1997
Production Company
Cinema Research Corporation; Clein & White Public Relations; Kenimation; New Regency Productions; New Regency Productions; New Regency Productions; Regency Enterprises; Regency Enterprises
Distribution Company
WB; Village Roadshow Limited; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Bros. Pictures International
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall October 17, 1997

Released in United States on Video April 14, 1998

Released in United States 1997

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 15 - June 8, 1997.

Began shooting September 8, 1995.

Completed shooting October 9, 1995.

Released in United States Fall October 17, 1997 (Atlanta, Austin)

Released in United States on Video April 14, 1998

Released in United States 1997 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 15 - June 8, 1997.)