Out of Sync


2h 2000

Brief Synopsis

Comedy about a frustrated music producer who persuades an average housewife to record several of his songs. He then uses the housewife's vocals as "the voice" of a beautiful model who cannot sing.

Down-and-out record producer Roger Deacon needs a hit. A decade ago, he was a hitmaker until he publi

Film Details

Release Date
2000
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Comedy about a frustrated music producer who persuades an average housewife to record several of his songs. He then uses the housewife's vocals as "the voice" of a beautiful model who cannot sing.

Down-and-out record producer Roger Deacon needs a hit. A decade ago, he was a hitmaker until he publicly burned his bridges in the music business. To get back to the top of the charts, Deacon sells his soul to Sidney Golden, a record executive whose girlfriend, Sunni, wants to be a star -- even though she can't sing. While sitting in a local tavern, Deacon meets Maggie Stanley, a housewife and mother of two with a great voice. Maggie always wanted to sing professionally, but she suffered from stage fright. Deacon suggests Maggie to go into the studio and lay down the vocals to his latest tunes. Later, a deluded Sunni believes the tracks are actually her own voice, and before Deacon can stop the process, a music video and CD are released. When Sunni throws a fit and decides on performing on live television, Maggie and Deacon seize their only chance to finally straighten things out.

Crew

Marina Adam

Foley

Josie Aiello

Song

Zana Ancerl

Other

Leah Andreone

Song

Michael Banton-jones

Other

Eric Banz

Assistant Director

Collin Barrett

Music

Robert Bertola

Sound Effects Editor

Kim Bingham

Song

Shirley Bond

Hair Assistant

Marian Brayton

Executive Producer

Mary Buck

Casting

Ralph Bunjes

Editor

Rick Cadger

Dialogue Editor

Brian T Cann

Transportation Coordinator

Frank Carere

Special Effects

James Christie

Assistant Editor

Koreann Ciandre

Wardrobe Assistant

George M. Cohan

Song

Greg Copeland

Production Supervisor

Chris Czopnik

Sound Effects Editor

Velvet D'amour

Song Performer

Nitram Dass

On-Set Dresser

Brian Day

Sound Mixer

Kelly Decooman

Production Accountant

Robin Dennis

Song

Ryan Dennis

Song

Kay Denver

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Mcclear Digital

Rerecording

Creighton Doane

Music

Nick Down

Assistant Engineer

Debi Drennan

Makeup Artist

Rona Edwards

Executive Producer

Nikos Evdemon

Director Of Photography

John Foss

Best Boy

Kevin Fox

Music

Jeff Fruitman

Set Decorator

Dave Fuller

Scenic Artist

Brian Gedge

Camera Operator

Frank Gentile

Best Boy

Jonathan Goldsmith

Music

Jonathan Goldsmith

Producer

Terry Gould

Producer

Susan Hayes

Assistant Costume Designer

Ronayne Higginson

Assistant

Brian Howes

Song

Tony Iann

Art Director

John Pace Iv

Assistant Director

Serial Joe

Song

Serial Joe

Song Performer

Brian Jones

Carpenter

Mark Kelso

Music

Jordan Kerner

On-Set Dresser

Shane Kitchener

Driver

Chani Kuba

Song

Maury Lafoy

Music

Karen Leblanc

Song Performer

Karen Leblanc

Other

Kevin Michael Leblanc

Camera Assistant

Martin Lee

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Tamara Levitt

Song Performer

Tamara Levitt

Song

Linda Lockett

Production Coordinator

Robin Lopes

Dolly Grip

P Lord

Song

Dan Lyon

Executive Producer

Craig Mann

Rerecording Assistant

Hugh Marsh

Other

Paul Mcglashan

Boom Operator

H P Meaux

Song

Antoinette Messam

Costume Designer

Gary Mueller

Post-Production Supervisor

Rick Neigher

Song

Paul Nichols

Song

Regan Noble

Hair Stylist

Marilyn O'quinn

Makeup Assistant

Mike Patterson

Property Master

Michael Perlmutter

Music Supervisor

Rafael Petardi

Song Performer

Rob Piltch

Music

Donna Powell

Foley Artist

Perez Prado

Song

Ian Rankin

Foley Recordist

Allison Reid

Stunt Coordinator

Robin Rockett

Location Manager

J Rostill

Song

Richard Schenkman

Other

Bob Sher

Production Designer

Ann Steel

Wardrobe Supervisor

Orest Sushko

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Kurt Swinghammer

Music

Aaron Szimanski

Camera Assistant

Chris Toudy

Key Grip

Helene C Valinsky

Production Manager

Allan Westlake

Construction Coordinator

Craig White

Gaffer

Simon Wilcox

Song Performer

Matthew Wilder

Song

Tony Wilkinson

Props

Eric J Williams

Screenplay

Greg Williams

Video Playback

Roger Williams

Song Performer

Jeff Wolpert

Sound Mixer

Kari Wuhrer

Song Performer

David Yonson

Adr

Film Details

Release Date
2000
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States July 12, 2000

Began shooting March 20, 2000.

Completed shooting April 12, 2000.