High Heels and Low Lifes


1h 25m 2001

Brief Synopsis

When two destitute friends, nurse Shannon and failed actress Frances, accidently intercept a cell phone conversation about a robbery, they decide to blackmail the burglars for a fair share of the $10 million loot.

Film Details

Also Known As
High Heels and Low Lives, Rouge a levres & arme a feu
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Action
Comedy
Crime
Release Date
2001
Production Company
Angels the Costumiers; Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services; Arri Group; Bickers Action; Cinesite Europe, Ltd.; Cool Music; David Deane Associates; Eastman Kodak; Fig Productions; Fragile Films; Freud Communications; Mad Dog Casting; Midnight Transfer; Pinewood Studios, Ltd.; Reel Sound; Salon Productions, Ltd.; Set Meals; Simon Olswang; Sony Music Studios, London; Technicolor; The Mill; The Moving Picture Company; Touchstone Pictures; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International; Whitfield Street Studios; Willies Wheels
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution; Buena Vista International; Gaumont Buena Vista International; Sam Film; Walt Disney Studios Distribution; Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International
Location
Ealing Studios, London, England, United Kingdom; London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 25m

Synopsis

When two destitute friends, nurse Shannon and failed actress Frances, accidently intercept a cell phone conversation about a robbery, they decide to blackmail the burglars for a fair share of the $10 million loot.

Crew

David Abbott

Carpenter

Eugene Adabari

Stills Photographer

Geoffrey Alexander

Original Music

Colin Anderson

Other

Julian Anthony

Minibus Driver

Deborah Aquila

Casting (Usa)

Nicola Armstrong

Post-Production Coordinator

Rollo Armstrong

Song ("We Come One")

Jim Atkins

Minibus Driver

Nicky Kentish Barnes

Co-Producer

Daniel Battsek

Special Thanks

Daniel Battsek

Executive

Jens Baylis

Assistant Film Editor

Ronald Bede

Stagehand

Paul Beeson

Stand-By Carpenter

James Bellamy

Music Assistant

Jonny Benson

3rd Assistant Director (2nd Unit)

Jonny Benson

Floor Runner

Dani Biernat

Stunt Performer

Dani Biernat

Mary Mccormack'S Double

Chris Billings

Unit Driver

Nick Blance

Stand-By Art Director

Chris Blunden

Editor

Jake Bogert

Producer'S Assistant

Roger Bowles

Art Director

Jeremy Braben

Aerial Unit Director Of Photography

Peter Brayham

Stunt Coordinator

Katherine Brown

Other

Paul Brown

Electrician

Chris Browning

Stand-By Props

Keisha Buchanan

Song ("Overload (Original Edit)")

Dan Budd

Production Assistant Accountant

Mutya Buena

Song ("Overload (Original Edit)")

Darren Caen

Supervising Carpenter

Richard Cain

Unit Driver

Andy Cato

Song ("At The River")

Ben Chads

Other

Sam Chandley

Casting Assistant

Natalie Cheary

Unit Publicst (Freud Communications)

Steve Chivers

Director Of Photography

Chris Connatty

Camera Trainee

Julian Pugh Cook

Other

Tony Cook

Boom Operator

Natasha Coombs

Script Supervisor (2nd Unit)

David Creed

Construction Manager

Manuela Cripps

Director'S Assistant

Manuela Cripps

Other

Michael Crouch

Foley Editor

Rik Cunningham

Unit Driver

Adam Daniel

Assistant Re-Recording Mixer

Graham Daniel

Re-Recording Mixer

Anna Derby

Special Thanks (Lavish Locations)

Gerry Deveaux

Song ("High Heels & Low Life")

Siobhan Donaghy

Song ("Overload (Original Edit)")

Daniel Dray

Stand-By Art Director

Barry Du Pille

Props Master

Terry Eden

Generator Operator

Harvey Edington

Special Thanks (The London Film Commission)

Rodger Edwards

Stand-By Props

Edward Elgar

Music ("Pomp & Circumstance March No 1")

Peter Eusebe

2nd Boom Operator

Ian Evans

Helicopter Pilot

Ricky Farns

Special Effects Supervisor

Robert Farr

Dialogue Re-Recording

Jonathan Fawkner

Sequence Compositor (The Moving Picture Company)

Jim Fennessy

Other

Tom Findlay

Song ("At The River")

Claire Finlay

Wardrobe Supervisor

Raymond Flindall

Other

Francoise Fourcade

Assistant Costume Designer

Aretha Franklin

Song Performer ("Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves" (With Eurythmics))

Sarah Franzl

Stunt Performer

Heidi Freeman

1st Assistant Editor

Susan French

Assistant Sound Editor

Uri Fruchtmann

Producer

Kim Fuller

From Story

Kim Fuller

Associate Producer

Kim Fuller

Screenwriter

David Fyson

Production Buyer

John Galpin

Other

David Garrick

Stunt Performer

Giovanni Giaccotto

Other

Aaron Gilbert

Other

Aaron Gilbert

Other

Aaron Gilbert

Song

Aaron Gilbert

Song

Pauline Gill

Utility Stand-In

Colin Ginger

Grip Trainee

Douglas Glen

Dressing Props

Mark Godleman

Other

Merritt Gold

Other

Paul Gooch

Chief Make-Up & Hair Designer

Mack Gordon

Song ("The More I See You")

Fiona Gosden

3rd Assistant Director (2nd Unit)

Robert Gould

Dressing Props

Stuart Graham

Other

Diane Greaves

Foley Artist

John Greaves

Storyboard Artist

Leroy Green

Song ("Disco Inferno")

Emma Griffiths

2nd Assistant Director

John Hardy

Special Thanks (The Hackney Film Office)

Polly Harper

Post-Production Assistant Accountant

Tarn Harper

Post-Production Accountant

Olivia Harris

Mel Smith'S Runner

Peter Harris

Electrician

Jere Hausfater

Special Thanks

Russell Hayer

Production Runner

John Hayes

2nd Sound Mixer

Kevin Hedges

Carpenter

Mark Heslop

Sound Effects Editor

Richard Hewitt

1st Assistant Director

Charmian Hoare

Other

Alistair Hopkins

Post-Production Supervisor

Max Hoskins

Supervising Sound Editor

Felix Howard

Song ("Overload (Original Edit)")

Helen Ingham

Stand-By Wardrobe

Demetri Jagger

Video Assist

Kate Rhodes James

Casting

Neil James

Catering Manager

Maxi Jazz

Song

Allan Jeffrey

Song ("At The River")

Sarah Johnson

Makeup Artist

Kristin Jones

Special Thanks

Bert Kaempfert

Song Performer ("Spanish Eyes (Moon Over Naples)")

Bert Kaempfert

Song

Tyrone G. Kersey

Song ("Disco Inferno")

Andy Laenen

Electrician

Sarah Lee

Location Manager

Jamie Lengyel

Supervisor

Annie Lennox

Song ("Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves")

Sheryl Leonardo

Production Accountant

Tony Lewis

Music Editor (Andy Glen Music)

Roy Linnett

Stand-By Props

Johnny Lipsey

Song ("Overload (Original Edit)")

Jason Lobb

Gaffer (2nd Unit)

Rupert Lord

Music Supervisor

Bernadette Lovett

Other

Tom Lucy

Stunt Coordinator

Ann Lynch

Production Coordinator

Dawn Malins

Special Thanks

Bill Mather

Animator

Nathan Matthews

Electrician

Catriona Mckail

Assistant Art Director

Cameron Mcvey

Song ("Overload (Original Edit)")

Ray Merrin

Re-Recording Mixer

Sandy Miller

Sound Trainee

Joseph Modeliste

Song ("Just Kissed My Baby")

Charlie Mole

Song ("High Heels & Low Life")

Charlie Mole

Music

Chris Montez

Song Performer ("The More I See You")

Richard Morrison

Other

Paul Mowatt

Stand-By Props (2nd Unit)

Phil Mullally

Other

Phil Mullally

Camera Operator (2nd Unit)

Dave Munday

Guitar

Ron Narduzzo

Unit Driver

Arthur Neville

Song ("Just Kissed My Baby")

Clarissa Newman

Producer'S Assistant

Zac Nicholson

Other

Zac Nicholson

Other

Colin Nicolson

Sound Mixer

Leo Nocentelli

Song ("Just Kissed My Baby")

Paul O'shea

Other

Jane Oakley

Makeup Artist

Caroline Oxley-mcleod

Other

John Paul Palmer

Unit Driver

Mica Paris

Song Performer ("High Heels & Low Life")

Daz Parker

Minnie Driver'S Double

Steve Parr

Song Mixer ("High Heels & Low Life")

Steve Parr

Other

Robert Partridge

Other

Greg Pearson

Other

Phil Penfold

Best Boy; Best Boy (2nd Unit)

Matthew Penry-davey

1st Assistant Director (2nd Unit)

Michael Pickwoad

Production Designer

Emma Plimmer

Special Thanks

George Porter

Song ("Just Kissed My Baby")

Larry Prinz

Gaffer

Georgia Pritchett

From Story

Rufus Rawley

Floor Runner

Jason Reed

Special Thanks

Edward Restall

Other

Jonathan Richmond

Other

Jocelyn Roberts

Production Runner

Paul Robertson

Scenic Carpenter

Waldo Roeg

Production Manager (2nd Unit)

Jo Rogers

Development Executive

Susi Roper

Digital Effects Producer (The Moving Picture Company)

Mike Ross-trevor

Other

Cynthia Rothrock

Song ("At The River")

Louise Savage

Utility Stand-In

Lyle Scott-darling

Other

Olive Segre

Producer (The Moving Picture Company)

Matt Shaw

Other

Toby Sherborne

2nd Assistant Director

Paul Simms

Song ("Overload (Original Edit)")

Charles Singleton

Song ("Spanish Eyes (Moon Over Naples)")

Lea Smith

Carpenter

Shellie Smith

Production Supervisor

Eddie Snyder

Song ("Spanish Eyes (Moon Over Naples)")

Film Details

Also Known As
High Heels and Low Lives, Rouge a levres & arme a feu
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Action
Comedy
Crime
Release Date
2001
Production Company
Angels the Costumiers; Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services; Arri Group; Bickers Action; Cinesite Europe, Ltd.; Cool Music; David Deane Associates; Eastman Kodak; Fig Productions; Fragile Films; Freud Communications; Mad Dog Casting; Midnight Transfer; Pinewood Studios, Ltd.; Reel Sound; Salon Productions, Ltd.; Set Meals; Simon Olswang; Sony Music Studios, London; Technicolor; The Mill; The Moving Picture Company; Touchstone Pictures; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International; Whitfield Street Studios; Willies Wheels
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution; Buena Vista International; Gaumont Buena Vista International; Sam Film; Walt Disney Studios Distribution; Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International
Location
Ealing Studios, London, England, United Kingdom; London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 25m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Limited Release in United States October 26, 2001

Released in United States Fall October 26, 2001

Released in United States on Video April 9, 2002

Began shooting July 17, 2000.

Completed shooting October 6, 2000.

Released in United States on Video April 9, 2002

Limited Release in United States October 26, 2001

Released in United States Fall October 26, 2001