Armistead Maupin's More Tales of the City


2h 30m 1998

Brief Synopsis

Adapted from Armistead Maupin's second novel about the lives of the residents of 28 Barbary Lane, an apartment house in San Francisco. Set in 1977, Mary Ann Singleton and Michael Tolliver go on a Mexican cruise in search of romance, much to the dismay of Michael's roommate, Mona Ramsey. Mary Ann mee

Film Details

Also Known As
More Tales of the City
Release Date
1998
Location
Zihuatanejo, Mexico; San Francisco, California, USA; Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 30m

Synopsis

Adapted from Armistead Maupin's second novel about the lives of the residents of 28 Barbary Lane, an apartment house in San Francisco. Set in 1977, Mary Ann Singleton and Michael Tolliver go on a Mexican cruise in search of romance, much to the dismay of Michael's roommate, Mona Ramsey. Mary Ann meets and falls in love with a man who suffers from amnesia and has absolutely no memory of the three-year period during which he lived in San Francisco. Michael meets his former lover at a gay bar in Acapulco and is tormented by a paralyzing disease. Recently fired from her copywriting job, feeling abandoned by Michael and Mary Ann, and completely irritated by her overbearing mother, Mona heads for Nevada, where she inadvertently digs up Mrs. Madrigal's past.

Crew

Terry Anderson

Creative Consultant

Andrea Kenyon And Associates

Casting

Mathieu Beaudin

Sound Designer

Pascal Beaudin

Boom Operator

Sophie Beaudoin

Production Coordinator

Line Bernier

Production Accountant

Tim Bevan

Executive Producer

Diane Boucher

Adr Supervisor

Maurina Boutin

Unit Manager

Kris Boxell

Set Decorator

Phil Bray

Photography

Tom Brumberger

Hairdresser

Tom Brumberger

Makeup Artist

Duane Carlisle

On-Line Editor

Yves Charbonneau

Gaffer

Michel Charron

Sound Recordist

Kathy Cheun

Production Coordinator

Margaret Chipman

Location Manager

Claude Dallaire

Assistant Director

Jean Demers

Photography

Michel Descombes

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Yves Drapeau

Assistant Camera Operator

Lise Ethier

Set Decorator

Gavin Fernandez

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Valerie-anne Fiset

Wardrobe

Laura Folger

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Pierre Fournier

Assistant Camera Operator

Patrice Gagne

Assistant Art Director

Lealle Garvin

Assistant Director

Louis Gascon

Props

Debra Girard

Production Manager

Suzanne Girard

Executive Producer

Suzanne Goulet

Assistant Editor

Jeanne S Grant

Production Accountant

Richard Gregoire

Music

Anne Grenier

Set Decorator

Jesus Jimenez

Production Manager

Patricia Kazmierowski

Wardrobe Supervisor

Jose Lacelle

Production Manager

Serge Ladouceur

Director Of Photography

Luc Laflamme

Dolly Grip

Claude Lajeunesse

Adr Editor

Cynthia Lamy

Assistant Editor

Danielle Lapointe

Assistant Director

Francois Larose

Transportation Coordinator

Yves Lemieux

Best Boy

Brigitte Levesque

Location Manager

Eric Liebowitz

Photography

Lucky Luc

Other

Marc Lussier

Color Timer

Marybeth Macfarland

On-Line Editor

Pierre Malouin

Key Grip

Ellen Martin

Art Department Coordinator

Armistead Maupin

Source Material (From Novel)

Jane Mcgarrigle

Music

Monica Neumaier

Wardrobe

Eric Parentau

Assistant Director

Eric Parenteau

Assistant Director

A Louis Piche

Boom Operator

Claire Pochon

Dialogue Editor

Alan Poul

Executive Producer

Spencer Proffer

Music Supervisor

Colleen Quinton

Makeup Artist

Pierre Isaac Racine

Production Supervisor

Philippe Ralet

Editor

Pascale Reiher

Art Department Coordinator

Dominique Ricard

Camera Operator

Alain Richard

On-Line Editor

Antony Root

Consultant

Martin Ross

On-Line Editor

Simone Roy

Art Department Coordinator

Matthieu Roy-decarie

Post-Production Supervisor

Bruno Ruffolo

Adr

Jeffrey M Sacino

Hairdresser

Normand Sarrazin

Production Designer

Ana Solares

Art Director

Denis Sperdouklis

Costume Designer

Gail Stempler

Location Manager

Louise Theriault

Continuity

Kevin Tierney

Producer

Francisco Torregroba

Production Coordinator

Skip Wilson

Transportation Coordinator

Nicholas Wright

Screenplay

Film Details

Also Known As
More Tales of the City
Release Date
1998
Location
Zihuatanejo, Mexico; San Francisco, California, USA; Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 30m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States June 7, 1998

Aired in United States June 8, 1998

Released in United States on Video November 17, 1998

Sequel to "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City," broadcast on PBS on January 10, 1994.

Began shooting late July 1997.

Completed shooting October 15, 1997.

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