I Think I Do


1h 32m 1997

Brief Synopsis

Bob has been attracted to his college roommate, Brendan, for five years. They meet again at the nuptials of one of their old classmates. Brendan has arrived with his marriage-minded girlfriend Sarah and Bob has a vacuous hunk in tow from a soap he has been writing for. Bob and Brendan finally get to

Film Details

Release Date
1997
Production Company
Mdp Worldwide Entertainment
Distribution Company
Strand Releasing; Strand Releasing; Strand Releasing
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 32m

Synopsis

Bob has been attracted to his college roommate, Brendan, for five years. They meet again at the nuptials of one of their old classmates. Brendan has arrived with his marriage-minded girlfriend Sarah and Bob has a vacuous hunk in tow from a soap he has been writing for. Bob and Brendan finally get together, their union creating comedic havoc.

Crew

Mike Appel

Song ("Somebody Wants To Love You")

George Apuzzo

Other

Marlene Arvan

Production Supervisor

Aida Ashenafi

Associate Producer

Blake Baldwin

Post-Production Coordinator (Post It)

Kim Behrens

Makeup

Melissa Blanco

Music Coordinator

Nathaniel Bonini

Location Manager

Greg Braillier

Song ("I Can'T Get Through")

Sonny Calderon

Sound Editor

Darci Carlton

Associate Producer

Terry Cashman

Song ("Only A Moment Ago")

David Cassidy

Song Performer

Matthew Cavaliero

Assistant Director

Cathy Cook

Art Director (Wedding Reception)

Stephanie Corsalini

Casting

Kara Crean

Hair Stylist

Jim Cretecos

Song ("Somebody Wants To Love You")

Ronald Paul Curcio

Song ("Everybody Go")

Matteo De Cosmo

Art Director

Debbie De Villa

Production Designer

Kevin Donaldson

Costume Designer

Jamie Dunlap

Song ("Let'S Do It")

Chris Dyas

Song ("Employee Of The Month")

Marcus Englefield

Executive (Sauce Entertainment)

Victoria Farrell

Costume Designer

Wes Farrell

Songs ("Somebody Wants To Love You" "Brand New Me")

John Finseth

Song ("I Can'T Get Through")

Lisa Frazier

Song Performer ("Tonight" "Sex Dance")

Chic Frelix

Song Performer ("Sex Dance")

Ruthann Friedman

Song ("Windy")

Ted Gannon

Other

Jon Gerrans

Executive Producer

Gerry Gershman

Music Supervisor

Joe Glenn

Post-Production Supervisor (Post It)

Matthew Goldberg

Executive (Sauce Entertainment)

Georgette Hayden

Consultant (Washington Dc)

Scott Hornbacher

Line Producer

Marcus Hu

Executive Producer

Jon Jackson

Song ("Do Ya, Do Ya Wanna")

Lane Janger

Producer

Luther Jordan

Song ("Just The Fax Ma'Am")

Milton Kam

Director Of Photography

Francois Keraudren

Editor

Ivan Koutikov

Song Performer ("Leaving This World")

Ivan Koutikov

Song

Dan Kramer

Supervising Sound Editor

Robert Larrea

Production Sound Mixer

Mary Ellen Leahy

Song ("Employee Of The Month")

Charles Lum

Production Consultant

Molly Maguire

Script Supervisor

Sal Mallimo

Titles

Erik Markman

Song Arranger ("Yankee Doodle")

Jennifer Marony

Wardrobe Supervisor

Brian Marshall

Music Coordinator

Arlene Matza

Song ("Do Ya, Do Ya Wanna")

Felix Mendelssohn

Music

Livia Monte

Production Coordinator

Rob Montrone

Sound Editor

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Music ("Flute Quartet, K 298, Minuet")

Bettina O'mara

Associate Producer

Tommy Page

Song ("When I'M Loving You")

Molly Pascutti

Song Performer ("Let'S Do It")

Cy Payne

Song ("The Big Strip")

Les Peel

Music Arranger ("Flute Quartet, K 298, Minuet")

Adrian Peritore

Song ("Do Ya, Do Ya Wanna")

Exile Ramirez

Production Manager

Rocky Reid

Production Sound Mixer (Washington Dc)

Alex Riatta

Song ("Hindu Warlord")

Peter Roberts

Songs ("Tonight" "Sex Dance")

Peter Roberts

Song

Julius Robinson

Songs ("Liar'S Moon" "Icy Blue" "Back To Love" "Telling The Dice How To Roll")

Tony Romeo

Song ("I Think I Love")

Daryl Roth

Executive Producer

Michael Sherwood

Songs ("Liar'S Moon" "Icy Blue" "Back To Love" "Telling The Dice How To Roll")

Eddie Singleton

Song ("Brand New Me")

Brian Sloan

Screenwriter

Matthew Sweet

Song

Matthew Sweet

Song Performer ("Sick Of Myself")

Patrick Tuzzolino

Song Performer ("Liar'S Moon" "Icy Blue" "Back To Love" "Telling The Dice How To Roll")

Michelle Vice-maslin

Song

Gabriella Voigt

Additional Makeup

Richard Wagner

Music ("Wedding March (Bridal Chorus)")

Brahm Wenger

Additional Music

T P West

Song ("Only A Moment Ago")

Mel Wolpin

Other

Film Details

Release Date
1997
Production Company
Mdp Worldwide Entertainment
Distribution Company
Strand Releasing; Strand Releasing; Strand Releasing
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 32m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States April 1998

Released in United States February 1998

Released in United States July 1997

Released in United States June 1997

Released in United States March 1998

Released in United States Spring April 10, 1998

Re-released in United States on Video December 11, 2001

Shown at Berlin International Film Festival (Panorama) February 11-22, 1998.

Shown at Cleveland International Film Festival March 19-29, 1998.

Shown at Outfest '97: The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (Opening Night) July 11-20, 1997.

Released in United States February 1998 (Shown at Berlin International Film Festival (Panorama) February 11-22, 1998.)

Released in United States March 1998 (Shown at Cleveland International Film Festival March 19-29, 1998.)

Shown at San Francisco Internationl Lesbian & Gay Film Festival (Opening Night), June 20-29 1997.

Began shooting October 2, 1996.

Released in United States April 1998 (Shown at USA Film Festival in Dallas April 16-23, 1998.)

Completed shooting October 30, 1996.

Re-released in United States on Video December 11, 2001

Released in United States July 1997 (Shown at Outfest '97: The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (Opening Night) July 11-20, 1997.)

Released in United States Spring April 10, 1998

Released in United States June 1997 (Shown at San Francisco Internationl Lesbian & Gay Film Festival (Opening Night), June 20-29 1997.)

Feature film directorial debut for Brian Sloan, whose short film "Pool Days" was part of the 1993 compilation "Boy's Life."

Shown at USA Film Festival in Dallas April 16-23, 1998.