Never Again


1h 37m 2001

Brief Synopsis

A tale about two lovelorn fiftysomething New Yorkers. Christopher is an exterminator-cum-jazz musician who, after years of one-night stands, begins to question his sexual orientation. Grace is a divorcee whose daughter has just left home for college. Grace is looking to jump-start her life anew. Gr

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
2001
Production Company
Dream Entertainment; Focus Features; Livewire Studios; Sound One; The Effects House
Distribution Company
Dream Entertainment; Dream Entertainment; Universal Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 37m

Synopsis

A tale about two lovelorn fiftysomething New Yorkers. Christopher is an exterminator-cum-jazz musician who, after years of one-night stands, begins to question his sexual orientation. Grace is a divorcee whose daughter has just left home for college. Grace is looking to jump-start her life anew. Grace's best friends push her to try dating again, while Christopher's fellow musician doesn't quite know what to do about his buddy's tentative game plan. When a blind date for Grace goes bad, she ducks into a gay bar--and meets first-time patron Christopher. The circumstances are so wrong that the two are immediately drawn to each other. But as with any romantic relationship at any age, their fears--both mutual and individual--may prevent them from being happy together. Is Grace's credo "never again" a self-fulfilling prophecy?

Crew

Loretta Alston

Key Hair Stylist

Davit Antunes

Additional Hair

William Arnot

Steadicam Operator

Noel Ashman

Co-Producer

Kathy Barrett

Key Makeup Artist

Brenda Bergman

Song Performer ("Les Jeux Sont Fini")

Craig Bevan

Song ("Organ Jam")

Carlos Bible

First Assistant Camera

Lorna Blaire

Assistant Unit Publicist

Elana Bodzin

Makeup Assistant

Sal Bolivar

Key Grip

David Boulton

Adr Engineer

Adam Buncher

2nd Second Assistant Director

Nancy Cabrera

Foley Artist

Matthew Caton

Additional Electric

Trevor Cheney

Extras Casting (Cheney Talent Associates Of New York)

Eric Christoffersen

Dolby Consultant

Soo Chung

Wardrobe Assistant

Soo Chung

Production Secretary

Don Ciana

Color Timer

Anne Coats

Art Department Assistant

Paul Coburn

Rerecordist

Missy Cohen

Supervising Sound Editor

Jim Cook

Key Set Production Assistant

Pete Corby

Stunt Coordinator

Mike Decker

Additional Boom Operator

Tamara Delbridge

Makeup Intern

Joel Diamond

Music Producer

Bob Dorough

Song ("It Seemed So Right At First")

Jim Dyke

Song ("Shine")

Jim Dyke

Song Performer ("Never Say Goodbye")

Ilena T Elevitch

Production Coordinator

Paul Epstein

Assistant Director

Diane Erwin

Location Assistant

Diane Erwin

Product Placement

Liza Burnett Fefferman

Publicity

Liza Burnett Fefferman

Unit Publicist

Robert Fernandez

Rerecording Engineer

Sarah Frank

Computer Graphics

Valente Frazier

Makeup Intern

Steve Gaboury

Additional Score

Steve Gaboury

Score Engineer

Steve Gaboury

Score Mixer

Tim Gallin

Stunt Man

Liz Goodman

Wardrobe Supervisor

Greg Gordon

Camera Production Assistant

Andrew Hansen

Additional Electric

Michelle Harris

Script Supervisor

Ken Hatfield

Song ("Positive Influences")

Ken Hatfield

Music Producer ("Positive Influences")

Curt Jentsch

Chief Lighting Technician

Alida Jung

Set Decorator

Theodora Katsoulogiannakis

Makeup Assistant

Michael Keller

Assistant (To Eric Schaeffer)

Mila Khalevich

Set Decorator

Amanda Kravat

Song ("Pinky'S Theme (The Chilli Song)"), Song ("Wouldn'T Be This")

Amanda Kravat

Song Performer ("Pinky'S Theme (The Chilli Song)"), Song Performer ("Wouldn'T Be This")

Amanda Kravat

Music

Bob Kravitz

Producer

Brenda Kravitz

Co-Producer

Gary Kroytor

Art Department Assistant

Joseph Lamura

Best Boy Electric

Anne Marie Leighton

Assistant (To Caroline Aaron/Sandy Duncan/Michael Mckean)

Tony Ling

Additional Grip

Kevin Loo

Assistant Property Master

Ken Lull

Still Photographer

Annetta Marion

Line Producer

Rob Martin

Office Production Assistant

Tom Mason

Set Production Assistant

Thomas B Mcguire

Attorney

Will Mena

Additional Electric

Terence Michael

Producer

Eden Miller

Costume Designer

Patrick Modiano

Song ("Les Jeux Sont Fini")

Mary Molina

Set Production Assistant

Mary Molina

Grip Intern

Doug Murray

Foley Engineer

James H Nau

Dialogue Editor

John Nyomarkay

Production Designer

Nina Ossoff

Song ("Shine")

Thom Ostrowski

Director Of Photography

Thom Ostrowski

Camera Operator

Julie Peng

Assistant Production Coordinator

Astrid Persans

First Team Production Assistant

Curtis Pollock

Property Master

Craig Pressgrove

Second Assistant Camera

Matthew Puckett

Song ("Holding On")

Matthew Puckett

Song Performer ("Holding On")

Jerry Ragavoy

Music Producer ("Les Jeux Sont Fini")

Alex Raspa

Adr Recordist

Woody Regan

Song ("Love Me Some More")

Joel Rivera

Carpenter

Oden Roberts

Loader

Julius Robinson

Song ("Liars Moon")

Meredith L Rosen

Assistant (To Jill Clayburgh)

Glenn Rosenstein

Song ("Wouldn'T Be This")

Jules Ruggiero

Song ("Positive Influences")

Arif Saint Michael

Song ("Never Say Goodbye")

Bonnie Sanders

Song Performer ("It Seemed So Right At First"), Song Performer ("Positive Influences"), Song Performer ("Love Me Some More")

Bonnie Sanders

Song ("Les Jeux Sont Fini"), Song ("It Seemed So Right At First"), Song ("Positive Influences"), Song ("Love Me Some More")

Bonnie Sanders

Music Producer ("Positive Influences")

Eric Schaeffer

Song ("Pinky'S Theme (The Chilli Song)")

Eric Schaeffer

Producer

Eric Schaeffer

Screenwriter

Eric Schaeffer

Song Performer ("Pinky'S Theme (The Chilli Song)")

Ami Schiller

3rd Electrician

Ellen Schwartz

Song ("Les Jeux Sont Fini")

Eric Scott

Casting Assistant

Elizabeth Seljevold

Office Production Assistant

Brooke Sherman

Office Production Assistant

Brooke Sherman

Extras Casting

Craig Sherrad

Song Performer ("Charlize")

Craig Sherrad

Song ("Charlize")

Craig Sherrad

Music Producer ("Charlize")

Michael Sherwood

Song ("Liars Moon")

Matt Siegel

Location Sound Mixer

Eric Siegelstein

Office Production Assistant

Michael Sillery

Second Assistant Director

John Sims

Location Scout

Paul Singerman

Song ("Forever Yours")

Paul Singerman

Song Performer ("Forever Yours")

Michael Sinterniklaas

Dialogue Editor

Rob Smithline

Office Intern

Thomas Spahn

Music Producer ("It Seemed So Right At First"), Music Producer ("Love Me Some More")

Mitchel Stanley

Post-Production Supervisor

Mitchel Stanley

Editor

Adrienne Stern

Casting

Lisa Stone

Set Production Assistant

Heidi Tannenbaum

Unit Production Manager

Helaine Tapia

Best Boy Grip

Joseph Taylor

Location Manager

The Effects House

Other

Guy Thomas

Song ("French Suite #6")

Guy Thomas

Song Performer ("French Suite #6")

Ferdi Torres

Assistant (To Terence Michael)

Patrick Tuzzolino

Song Performer ("Liars Moon")

Miguel Vargas

3rd Grip

Radames Vega

Music Producer ("Charlize")

Anthony Viera

Boom Operator

Joe Violante

Dailies Advisor

Michelle Weeks

Song Performer ("Shine")

Junction Wen

Loader

Andy Westbrook

2nd Grip

Dawn Wolfrom

Producer

John Wood

Additional Electric

Koh Yamamoto

Craft Service

Wyatt Younce

Scenic Artist

Barry Zeger

Song ("Organ Jam")

Alexa Zimmerman

Assistant Sound Editor

Morgan Zvanut

Set Production Assistant

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
2001
Production Company
Dream Entertainment; Focus Features; Livewire Studios; Sound One; The Effects House
Distribution Company
Dream Entertainment; Dream Entertainment; Universal Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 37m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Expanded Release in United States July 19, 2002

Released in United States March 2001

Released in United States on Video January 28, 2002

Released in United States on Video January 28, 2003

Released in United States Summer July 12, 2002

Shown at South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival (Special Screening) in Austin, Texas March 9-17, 2001.

Released in United States on Video January 28, 2002

Released in United States on Video January 28, 2003

Released in United States March 2001 (Shown at South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival (Special Screening) in Austin, Texas March 9-17, 2001.)

Released in United States Summer July 12, 2002

Expanded Release in United States July 19, 2002