The House of Yes


1h 27m 1997

Brief Synopsis

A young man brings his fiancee home to meet his family over the Thanksgiving holiday. Throughout the evening the reality of the Pascal family is truly revealed--they're all catering to a daughter who is obsessed with Jackie-O and the Kennedy assassination.

Film Details

Also Known As
House of Yes
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Adaptation
Release Date
1997
Production Company
Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services; Atumusica; CBS News; CFI Hollywood; Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc.; Cinelease, Inc.; Cineric, Inc.; E Films; Eastman Kodak; Encore Hollywood; Entertainment Partners; Film L.A., Inc.; In Frame Inc; Otto Nemenz International, Inc.; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Skywalker Sound; Sound One; Todd-Ao; Weintraub Tobin; Wilcox Sound
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX; Kinepolis Film Distribution; Lucky Red; MIRAMAX; Miramax Home Entertainment; RCV Distribution
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 27m

Synopsis

A young man brings his fiancee home to meet his family over the Thanksgiving holiday. Throughout the evening the reality of the Pascal family is truly revealed--they're all catering to a daughter who is obsessed with Jackie-O and the Kennedy assassination.

Crew

Micheal Alperowitz

2nd Assistant Director

Laura Amed

Set Production Assistant

Darren Aronofsky

Special Thanks

Pasquale Attanasio

Grip

Phil Aubry

2nd Company Grip

Diana Austin

Post-Production Accountant

Damon Bain

Electrician

Rebecca Baldwin

Special Thanks

Joe Barreras

Driver

Michael Barry

Other

Danny Bartholomew

Other

Robert Berger

Executive Producer

Pam Bishop

Special Thanks (Pm Promotions)

Tony Blondal

Original Music

Nat Bocking

Property Master (New York Post-Production)

Mike Bonewitz

Electrician

Maxine Brooks

Other

Catherine Budh-raja

Location Manager (New York Post-Production)

Andrew Max Cahn

Art Director

Carrie D Campbell

Office Assistant

Kris Campbell

Foley & Adr Supervisor

Jose Campos

Other

Ron Carr

Grip

Dave Chameides

Steadicam Operator

Marjorie Chodorov

Production Supervisor

John Choplin

Special Thanks (Upp)

Daniel Cinnamon

Art Department Assistant (New York Post-Production)

Lynda Clarke

Special Thanks

Nicholas Cochiolo

Grip

Jeremy Constant

Other

Stuart Cornfeld

Special Thanks

Daniel Curet

Additional Makeup & Hair

Wendy Dallas

Script Supervisor

Jeff Davidson

Unit Production Manager

Jeff Davidson

Co-Producer

John M Davis

Post-Production Executive

John M Davis

Miramax Post-Production Executive (New York Post-Production)

Francis B Deangelo Jr.

Art Department Assistant (New York Post-Production)

Carlos Depalma

Grip

Gary Devoe

Transportation Captain

Robert Devoe

Driver

Susanna Dileo

Henry Artist

Jed M Dodge

Sound Editor

Gerald Donlan

Supervising Sound Editor (New York Post-Production)

Keven Duffy

Special Thanks

Dan Duncan

Assistant Editor

Debra Echard

Set Decorator

Dan Edelstein

Editor (New York Post-Production)

Thom Ehle

Dolby Stereo Consultant

Scott Enyart

Video Consultant

Robert J. Ferrara

Chief Lighting Technician

Harry Fitzpatrick

Set Production Assistant

Tally Duke Floyd

Assistant Set Decorator

Beau Flynn

Producer

Scott Froschauer

Grip

Brenda Frye

Scenic Artist (New York Post-Production)

P Holt Gardiner

Special Thanks

Edi Giguere

Costume Designer

Ken Ginnaty

Boom Operator

L David Gordon

Other

Moe Green

Special Makeup

Peter Gregg

Grip

Dexter Grey

Piano Instructor

Alan Grodin

Special Thanks

Jane Gurtiza

Assistant (To The Producers (New York Post-Production))

H Craig Hanna

Other

Catherine Harper

Foley Walker

Steve Henry

Grip

Rand Holston

Special Thanks

Helen Horter

Special Thanks (Davie Brown Enterprises)

Gina M Huffard

Craft Service

David J Irwin

Electrician

Mara Jacobs

Special Thanks

Chris Jacobsen

Telecine Colorist

Adam Jones

Assistant Chief Lighting Technician

Leslie Ann Jones

Other

Kirsty Kalkhoven

Avid Assistant

Rolfe Kent

Music

Richard King

Sound Effects Editor (New York Post-Production)

Warren Kleiman

Additional Adr Mixer

Eric Kops

Publicity (The Pogachefsky Company)

Jessica Landaw

Assistant Editor

Virginia Landis Albertson

Post-Production Supervisor

Kevin J Lanke

Assistant Chief Lighting Technician

Michael Lawson

Publicity (The Pogachefsky Company)

Clifford Lecuyer

Scenic Artist (New York Post-Production)

Bob Levy

Assistant Scoring Mixer

Melanie Lewison

Wardrobe Supervisor

Wendy Macleod

Play As Source Material ("The House Of Yes")

Greg Magidow

Camera Loader

Claudine Magre

Production Coordinator (New York Post-Production)

Michael F Maloney

Grip

Wren Maloney

Still Photographer

Michael Q Martin

Post-Production Supervisor

Pam Martin

Editor

Michael Mayerson

Special Thanks To

Mickey Mayerson

Special Thanks To

Anne Mccarthy

Casting Associate (New York Post-Production)

John P Mccormack

Electrician

Norrine Mccune

Special Thanks

Patrick Mcintire

Location Scout (New York Post-Production)

Helen Merrill

Special Thanks

Mike Mertens

Color Timer

Tracy Middendorf

Special Thanks

David Miercort

Special Thanks

Jennifer Molini

Office Assistant

Daniel D Monahan

Sound Mixer

Chris Moriana

Foley Walker

Joan Morisaki

Assistant Editor

Gerry Mullins

Set Dresser (New York Post-Production)

Don Murray

Dialogue Supervisor

Bernard S Nacion

Scenic Artist (New York Post-Production)

Eric Neufeld

Post Sound Engineering

Angela Nunez

Assistant Costume Designer

Michael Nusinow

Special Thanks (Premiere Services)

Anthony O'connell

Location Assistant (New York Post-Production)

Angela Organ

Assistant Sound Editor (New York Post-Production)

Bethany Orlemann

Office Assistant

Storn Peterson

1st Assistant Photographer

Tom Piccirillo

Grip

Mark Pickens

1st Company Grip/Dolly Grip

Jim Pinard

Video Consultant

Matthew Plummer

Scenic Artist (New York Post-Production)

Mark Pogachefsky

Publicity (The Pogachefsky Company)

Jessica Pregnolato

Set Production Assistant

Joe Quinlivan

Special Effects (New York Post-Production)

Jason Rail

Key Makeup & Hair

Celest Ray

Music Supervisor

Thomas Reavis

Electrician

Bradley Richard

2nd Assistant Photographer

Anthony Rivard

Set Production Assistant

Larry Roberts

Special Effects (New York Post-Production)

Scott Romsos

Electrician

David Sage

1st Assistant Director

Marvin A Samayoa

Other

Anthony Santiago

Avid Assistant

Ed Santiago

Avid Consultant

David A Santos

Grip

Robert Schmidt

Special Thanks

Michael Schulman

Special Thanks

Steve Schwartz

Assistant Sound Editor (New York Post-Production)

Chrys Scott

Office Assistant

Robin Scovill

Swing Gang (New York Post-Production)

Phillip Seretti

Re-Recording Mixer

Phillip Seretti

Sound Supervisor

Marc Shapiro

Additional Piano Music

Marc Shapiro

Piano Soloist

Lana Sharpe

Special Hair

Ann Shea

Set Decorator

Patrick Sherman

Production Designer

Andy Shuttleworth

Steadicam Operator

Francesco Signorini

Carpenter (New York Post-Production)

Scott Silver

Co-Executive Producer

Stefan Simchowitz

Producer

Michael Spiller

Director Of Photography

Jeff Stanzler

Special Thanks

Rob Sterrett

Grip

Molly Stuart

Craft Service

Greg Sudmeier

Orchestra Contractor

Ken Sylvester

Assistant Chief Lighting Technician

Dominick Tavella

Other

Jeffrey Taylor

Additional Piano Music

Jeffrey Taylor

Piano Instructor

Frank Towers

Grip

Sean Valla

Location Assistant (New York Post-Production)

Robert W Vandling

Sound Editor

Mary Vernieu

Associate Producer

Mary Vernieu

Casting

Janja Vujovich

Post Sound Coordinator

Debe Walsman

Extras Casting

Daniel Waters

Special Thanks

Kathleen Waters

Special Thanks

Mark Waters

Screenplay Adaptation; Screenplay

Ron Wechsler

Co-Producer

Alyssa Weisberg

Casting Associate (New York Post-Production)

Kerry Wikstrom

Original Music

Mark Wilkins

Telecine Colorist

Michael Williams

Additional Piano Music

Rob Williams

On-Line Editor

April Wood

Assistant Production Coordinator (New York Post-Production)

David C Wright

Grip

Neil Wyzanowski

Swing Gang (New York Post-Production)

Patrick Yew

Second 2nd Assistant Director

Paul Zydel

Additional Adr Mixer

Film Details

Also Known As
House of Yes
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Adaptation
Release Date
1997
Production Company
Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services; Atumusica; CBS News; CFI Hollywood; Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc.; Cinelease, Inc.; Cineric, Inc.; E Films; Eastman Kodak; Encore Hollywood; Entertainment Partners; Film L.A., Inc.; In Frame Inc; Otto Nemenz International, Inc.; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Skywalker Sound; Sound One; Todd-Ao; Weintraub Tobin; Wilcox Sound
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX; Kinepolis Film Distribution; Lucky Red; MIRAMAX; Miramax Home Entertainment; RCV Distribution
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 27m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Co-winner of the Audience Prize (with "In the Company of Men") at the 1997 Deauville Film Festival.

Released in United States Fall October 10, 1997

Limited Release in United States October 17, 1997

Expanded Release in United States October 24, 1997

Released in United States on Video April 14, 1998

Released in United States 1997

Released in United States January 1997

Released in United States September 1997

Released in United States October 1997

Released in United States November 1997

Released in United States 1998

Shown at Deauville Film Festival (in competition) September 5-14, 1997.

Shown at Independent Feature Film Market (IFFM) (Opening Night) in New York City September 14-21, 1997.

Shown at Chicago International Film Festival October 9-19, 1997.

Shown at Mill Valley Film Festival October 2-12, 1997.

Shown at International Festival of Young Cinema in Turin, Italy November 14-22, 1997.

Shown at Rotterdam International Film Festival January 28 - February 8, 1998.

Miramax Films reportedly paid $2 million for the motion picture theatrical rights to this film.

Feature directorial debut for Mark Waters.

Completed shooting late July 1996.

Began shooting June 21, 1996.

Released in United States Fall October 10, 1997

Limited Release in United States October 17, 1997

Expanded Release in United States October 24, 1997

Released in United States on Video April 14, 1998

Released in United States 1997 (Parker Posie won the Best Acting Award at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival.)

Released in United States January 1997 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (in competition) in Park City, Utah January 16-26, 1997.)

Released in United States September 1997 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival (in competition) September 5-14, 1997.)

Released in United States 1998 (Shown at Rotterdam International Film Festival January 28 - February 8, 1998.)

Released in United States September 1997 (Shown at Independent Feature Film Market (IFFM) (Opening Night) in New York City September 14-21, 1997.)

Released in United States October 1997 (Shown at Chicago International Film Festival October 9-19, 1997.)

Released in United States October 1997 (Shown at Mill Valley Film Festival October 2-12, 1997.)

Released in United States November 1997 (Shown at International Festival of Young Cinema in Turin, Italy November 14-22, 1997.)