One


1h 28m 1997

Brief Synopsis

A tale of two young men in their mid-twenties who are trying to pick up the pieces of their lives. Once brimming with promise, they have lost their way on the path to manhood. Charlie is fresh from prison, where he served a stint for the euthanasia killing of his grandfather. He moves into the famil

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1997
Distribution Company
SHOOTING GALLERY/SHOOTING GALLERY PICTURES

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 28m

Synopsis

A tale of two young men in their mid-twenties who are trying to pick up the pieces of their lives. Once brimming with promise, they have lost their way on the path to manhood. Charlie is fresh from prison, where he served a stint for the euthanasia killing of his grandfather. He moves into the family home of his best friend Nick, a promising baseball star who has been sacked from the Yankee farm team for slugging a manager. Now they must decide to stick together or choose the alternative: facing the world alone.

Crew

Scott Alvare

Production Assistant

Suzanne Anderson

Assistant Camera Operator

Allison Barbieri

Special Thanks To

Robert Barbieri

Special Thanks To

Tony Barbieri

Screenplay

Pam Bendich

Special Thanks To

Will Bernard

Music

David Bjorngaard

Art Director

Todd Boekelheide

Music

Todd Boekelheide

Other

Jeff Boortz

Executive Producer

Roberto Borgonovo

Swing Gang

Josh Bower

Boom Operator

Ann Bruno

Special Thanks To

Loren Byer

Special Thanks To

Jason Cairns

Screenplay

Christine Cannavo

Best Boy

Frank Canonica

Other

Wendy Cary

Production Designer

Wendy Cary

Producer

Wendy Cary

Wardrobe

Robin Chin

Avid Editor

Angela Chou

Negative Cutting

Kim B Christensen

Sound Editor

John Coltrane

Song

John Coltrane

Song Performer

Mickey Cottrell

Executive Producer

Claudia Crask

Apprentice

Ginger Damon

Hair

Bill Douglass

Music

John Ellison

Special Thanks To

Judy Epstein

Negative Cutting

Marc Ferrari

Song

Malcolm Fife

Sound Editor

Steve Fontana

Foley Recordist

Red Garland

Song

Red Garland

Song Performer

Harold P Gefrich

Special Thanks To

Anna Geyer

Other

Judy Gomoll

Special Thanks To

Kimberly Gomoll

Production Assistant

Robert Grahamjones

Special Thanks To

Scott Guitteau

Special Thanks To

Adam Hamilton

Song Performer

Adam Hamilton

Song

Tom Harris

Special Thanks To

Stephen Hart

Foley Recordist

Kammy Hartline

Other

Bob Hawke

Special Thanks To

Rosa Maria Hayden

Special Thanks To

Nancy Hieronymus

Song

Michael Hinton

Titles

Wils Huntingdon

Special Thanks To

Julie Hunzinger

Special Thanks To

Matthew Irving

Director Of Photography

Matthew Irving

Dp/Cinematographer

Walter Kaufman

Script Supervisor

Mike Keenan

Assistant Director

Janice Kim

Special Thanks To

Steve Kirchner

Assistant Camera Operator

Brian Kirk

Music

Brad Kupper

Line Producer

Carolyn Lanzone

Special Thanks To

Gene Lanzone

Special Thanks To

James Lebrecht

Special Thanks To

Jim Lebrecht

Special Thanks To

Samuel Lehmer

Rerecording

Malia Levine

Casting

Doug Lindeman

Special Thanks To

Lieutenant Joy Macfarland

Special Thanks To

Sue Marcoux

Assistant Director

Dara Marks

Consultant

Lisa Matthews

Special Thanks To

Steve Matthews

Production Assistant

Melinda Mccabe

Coproducer

Cat Mcgrath

Assistant

Marnie Moore

Foley Artist

Haldane Morris

Associate Producer

Bill Neely

Song Performer

Bill Neely

Song

Dan Olmsted

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Jan Peterson

Song

Dominic Petruzzi

Associate Producer

Greg Pistoni

Special Thanks To

Brian Porzak

Screenplay

Jason Predock

Grip

Richard Quinn

Sound Supervisor

Rick Ramage

Screenplay

Amber Roberts

Special Thanks To

Joyce Roberts

Coproducer

Joyce Roberts

Location Manager

Matthew Roberts

Coproducer

Scott Roberts

Special Thanks To

Todd Roth

Special Thanks To

Alan Samuels

Sound Recordist

Steve Schurtz

Special Thanks To

Roy Segal

Special Thanks To

Linda Seger

Consultant

John Shrader

Other

John Sideropoulos

Executive Producer

Frank Simeone

Special Thanks To

Greg Simon

Liaison

Vince Stanich

Special Thanks To

Daniel Stephens

Special Thanks To

Jeffrey Stephens

Editor

Jeffrey Stephens

Line Producer

Chris Strachwitz

Special Thanks To

Brian Tarquin Brown

Song Performer

Brian Tarquin Brown

Song

Patti Tauscher

Assistant Editor

T J Thomas

Assistant Sound Editor

Cliff Tremen

Gaffer

Frank Tummina

Special Thanks To

Jeff Wayne

Screenplay

Mary Works

Special Thanks To

Johnny Wow

Executive Producer

Ruby Yang

Special Thanks To

John Yingst

Song

Paul Zaentz

Special Thanks To

Lili Fini Zanuck

Producer

Richard D. Zanuck

Producer

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1997
Distribution Company
SHOOTING GALLERY/SHOOTING GALLERY PICTURES

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 28m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Limited Release in United States October 13, 2000

Released in United States 1997

Released in United States April 1998

Released in United States August 12, 1998

Released in United States Fall October 13, 2000

Released in United States January 1998

Released in United States July 16, 1998

Released in United States October 1998

Released in United States September 1998

Shown at Bangkok Film Festival September 18-26, 1998.

Shown at Hamptons International Film Festival (in competition) in East Hampton, New York October 14-18, 1998.

Shown at Los Angeles Independent Film Festival April 16-20, 1998.

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

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

Released in United States January 1998 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (American Spectrum) in Park City, Utah January 15-25, 1998.)

Shown at Sundance Film Festival (American Spectrum) in Park City, Utah January 15-25, 1998.

Feature directorial debut for Tony Barbieri.

Released as part of distribution package: "Shooting Gallery Film Series" (Loews Cineplex Entertainment). The 2000 package also includes: "Titanic Town" (United Kingdom/1998), "Non-Stop" (Japan/1997), "Human Resources" (France/1999), "A Time for Drunken Horses" (Iran/2000) and "Barenaked in America" (USA/1999).

Released in United States April 1998 (Shown at Los Angeles Independent Film Festival April 16-20, 1998.)

Released in United States July 16, 1998 (Shown in New York City (Walter Reade) as part of series "Independents Night!" July 16, 1998.)

Released in United States August 12, 1998 (Shown in Los Angeles (Laemmle's Music Hall) as part of the Independent Feature Project/West's "Festival Buzz" series August 12, 1998.)

Released in United States September 1998 (Shown at Bangkok Film Festival September 18-26, 1998.)

Released in United States October 1998 (Shown at Hamptons International Film Festival (in competition) in East Hampton, New York October 14-18, 1998.)

Limited Release in United States October 13, 2000

Released in United States Fall October 13, 2000