Eight Days A Week


1h 32m 1996

Brief Synopsis

Peter is making a last stand--literally. He camps 24 hours a day under the window of the girl of his dreams trying to win her love before she leaves for college at the end of the summer. Erica is worth it. Drop dead gorgeous, she loves trouble, hates conformity and laughs in the face of chastity. In

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1996
Distribution Company
LEGACY/LEGACY RELEASING; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 32m

Synopsis

Peter is making a last stand--literally. He camps 24 hours a day under the window of the girl of his dreams trying to win her love before she leaves for college at the end of the summer. Erica is worth it. Drop dead gorgeous, she loves trouble, hates conformity and laughs in the face of chastity. In other words, she's perfect. From Erica's lawn, Peter witnesses feuding neighbors, flirtatious divorcees and prepubescent romance. Peter not only becomes an expert in love, but an expert in life; a suburban guru to the young, Masters and Johnson to his parents and the solver of neighborhood mysteries.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1996
Distribution Company
LEGACY/LEGACY RELEASING; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 32m

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Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Winner of the Audience Award at the 1998 Brooklyn International Film Festival.

Winner of the Audience Award in the dramatic category at the 1997 Slamdance International Film Festival.

Released in United States April 1999

Released in United States August 1999

Released in United States January 1997

Released in United States June 1998

Released in United States May 14, 1999

Released in United States November 12, 1996

Released in United States October 1997

Released in United States on Video August 3, 1999

Released in United States September 1996

Released in United States Winter February 26, 1999

Shown at "First Look" film series in New York City (Tribeca Film Center) November 12, 1996.

Shown at Gen Art Summer Arts Festival in New York City August 5-9, 1999.

Shown at Independent Feature Film Market (IFFM) in New York City September 15-22, 1996.

Shown at New York Comedy Film Festival October 23-26, 1997.

Shown at Nortel Palm Springs International Film Festival in Palm Springs, California January 9-26, 1997.

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

Shown at Slamdance International Film Festival (in competition) in Park City, Utah January 17-23, 1997.

Shown at Williamsburg Brooklyn Film Festival (Feature) June 4-7, 1998.

Feature directorial debut for Michael Davis.

Released in United States January 1997 (Shown at Nortel Palm Springs International Film Festival in Palm Springs, California January 9-26, 1997.)

Released in United States January 1997 (Shown at Slamdance International Film Festival (in competition) in Park City, Utah January 17-23, 1997.)

Released in United States Winter February 26, 1999

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

Released in United States May 14, 1999 (Westside Pavilion; Los Angeles)

Released in United States June 1998 (Shown at Williamsburg Brooklyn Film Festival (Feature) June 4-7, 1998.)

Released in United States August 1999 (Shown at Gen Art Summer Arts Festival in New York City August 5-9, 1999.)

Released in United States on Video August 3, 1999

Released in United States September 1996 (Shown at Independent Feature Film Market (IFFM) in New York City September 15-22, 1996.)

Released in United States October 1997 (Shown at AFI Los Angeles International Film Festival (New Visions) October 23-30, 1997.)

Released in United States October 1997 (Shown at New York Comedy Film Festival October 23-26, 1997.)

Released in United States November 12, 1996 (Shown at "First Look" film series in New York City (Tribeca Film Center) November 12, 1996.)