The Glass House


1h 41m 2001

Brief Synopsis

Ruby and her younger brother Rhett's parents, Grace and Dave Baker, are killed in a car crash. Thereafter, their parents' best friends, Erin and Terry Glass become their guardians, as per Grace and Dave's will. Ruby and Rhett are promised a world of opulence and California fun--all they have to do i

Film Details

Also Known As
Glass House, La Prison de verre, Prison de verre, La
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2001
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing
Location
Sony Pictures Studios, Culver City, California, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 41m

Synopsis

Ruby and her younger brother Rhett's parents, Grace and Dave Baker, are killed in a car crash. Thereafter, their parents' best friends, Erin and Terry Glass become their guardians, as per Grace and Dave's will. Ruby and Rhett are promised a world of opulence and California fun--all they have to do is move into the Glasses' gated house in picturesque Malibu. Before long, Ruby suspects that Erin and Terry may not be the ideal guardians. It soon becomes apparent to her that the surrogate care-givers are more than superficially interested in the huge sum of money left to them for the children's upkeep. Then their involvement in the fatal crash is questioned. But are Ruby's suspicions justified or merely the perceptions of a rebellious teenager with a fertile imagination?

Crew

Pete Anthony

Original Music

Linda Arnold

Hair Stylist

Bruce Babcock

Original Music

Lane Baker

Assistant Editor

Frank Bennett

Original Music

Libuse Binder

Other

Luke Borghi

Assistant Editor

Gary Bougeois

Rerecording

Bob F Brown

Stunt Coordinator

Troy Brown

Stunts

Raul A Bruce

Boom Operator

Brian Buller

Production Assistant

Lane Burch

Foley Mixer

Richard Burton

Sound Editor

Charisse Cardenas

Set Designer

Clifton Chase

Song

Christina Chriswell

Makeup

Zack Coutroulis

Production Assistant

Steven Cruze

Song

Michael Cummings

Song

Louis D'esposito

Assistant Director

Steve Davidson

Stunts

Kenneth Davis

Dolly Grip

Tim A Davison

Stunts

Robert Decker

Location Manager

Victoria Dekay

Costume Supervisor

Stephen P Del Prete

Production Assistant

Patsy Deshields

Production Accountant

Matthew Dettmann

Foley Artist

Joseph Dianda

Key Grip

Chris Duran

Stunts

Jon Epstein

Stunts

Felicia Fasano

Casting

Robert Fernandez

Other

Alison Fisher

Sound Editor

Ed Fletcher

Song

Tom Franchett

Lighting

Dave Ghazarian

Song

Melvin Glover

Song

Bob Hall

Assistant Camera Operator

Randy Hall

Stunts

Gabriel Hardman

Storyboard Artist

Tom Harper

Stunts

Dorian Heartsong

Song

Gary Hecker

Foley Artist

Chris Heidman

Song

Mo Henry

Negative Cutting

Lana Heying

Hair Stylist

Andrea Horta

Adr Supervisor

Norman Howell

Stunts

Max Hsu

Song

Linda Huse

Wardrobe

Sean Ilnseher

Production Assistant

Peter Iovino

Photography

Lee Johnson

Lighting

Chrisi Karvonides-dushenko

Costume Designer

Aaron Katz

Video Assist/Playback

Lontih Khatami

Assistant

Alar Kivilo

Director Of Photography

Sarah E. Knowles

Art Director

Teri Anne Kopp

Property Master

Nina Kraft

Makeup

Carolyn Lassek

On-Set Dresser

Shuki Levy

Song

Amanda Lewis

Assistant

Shirley Lipscomb

Wardrobe

Skip Longfellow

Assistant Sound Editor

Billy Lucas

Stunts

Elizabeth Ludwick

Script Supervisor

Freddy Luis

Casting Associate

Sam Maloof

Stunts

Anne Mccarthy

Casting

Mark Mcnabb

Sound

Marta Merrifield

Stunts

Thomas Milano

Music Editor

Sarah Monson

Casting Associate

Neal H. Moritz

Producer

John Morris

Sound Editor

Alex Newman

Casting Associate

Joseph Ondrejko

Construction Coordinator

Greg Orloff

Rerecording

Alan Pahanish

Song

Mark Pappas

Foley

Jim Passon

Color Timer

Scott Patten

Grip

Randol Perelman-taylor

Assistant Director

Tessa Posnansky

Set Decorator

Michael I Rachmil

Unit Production Manager

Michael I Rachmil

Executive Producer

Joel Renfro

Transportation Captain

Sylvia Robinson

Song

Debbie Rondell

Stunts

Jerry Ross

Wardrobe Supervisor

Monty Rowan

Camera Operator

Cornelia Ryan

Production Supervisor

Haim Saban

Song

Lee Sanders

Transportation Co-Captain

Phil Shanahan

Assistant Camera Operator

Bambi Sickafoose

Assistant Editor

Howard E. Smith

Editor

Chris Squires

Steadicam Operator

Monica Stagg

Stunts

Jon Gary Steele

Production Designer

Bruce Steinheimer

Special Effects

Wesley Strick

Screenplay

Mike Tempesta

Song

Brian Transeau

Song

Brian Transeau

Song Performer

Mary Vernieu

Casting

Michael Viglietta

Assistant Director

Craig Weintraub

Assistant Sound Editor

Randy Wilkins

Set Designer

Jay Wilkinson

Sound Editor

Adam Williams

Song

Cody Williams

Production Assistant

Elan Yaari

Lighting Technician

Christopher Young

Music

Inon Zur

Song

Film Details

Also Known As
Glass House, La Prison de verre, Prison de verre, La
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2001
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing
Location
Sony Pictures Studios, Culver City, California, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 41m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall September 14, 2001

Released in United States on Video January 2, 2002

Leelee Sobieski reportedly received more than $1,000,000 for this role.

Feature directorial debut for tv director Daniel Sackheim.

Leelee Sobieski reportedly received more than $1,000,000 for this role.

Began shooting May 22, 2000.

Completed shooting August 18, 2000.

Released in United States on Video January 2, 2002

Released in United States Fall September 14, 2001