White Hot


1h 35m 1988

Brief Synopsis

After an honest man loses his job and is left to to babysit a drug dealer's business, he and his wife test the lucrative waters of the criminal enterprise.

Film Details

Also Known As
Crack in the Mirror, Do It Up
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Location
New York City, New York, USA; New Jersey, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 35m

Synopsis

After an honest man loses his job and is left to to babysit a drug dealer's business, he and his wife test the lucrative waters of the criminal enterprise.

Crew

Maher Ahmad

Art Director

Danny Aiello Iii

Stunt Man

Deborah Aquila

Casting

Luis Arriaga

Stunts

Gardner Baldwin

Production Assistant

Pam Bartella

Sound Editor

Robby Benson

Song

Robby Benson

Song Performer

Fred Berner

Producer

Denis Bieber

Executive Producer

Denis Bieber

Post-Production Supervisor

Susan Block

Set Decorator

Ray Bright

Unit Production Manager

Paul Bruce

Production Assistant

James Brummel

Production Assistant

Frank Burner

Line Producer

Wilfred Caban

Special Effects

Timothy China

Production Assistant

George Craig

Music Editor

Cidele Curo

Makeup

Bill Davis

Editor

Jim Denny

Photography

Karla Devito

Song

Karla Devito

Song Performer

Bill Dicosimo

Consultant

David Dreyfuss

Assistant Director

Randy Drummond

Camera Operator

Reuben Freed

Production Designer

Tom Fritze

Foley

Bob Getter

Song

Steve Goldstein

Song

Mary Beth Hagner

Production Supervisor

Ken Hahn

Audio

Ken Hahn

Sound

Geno Havens

Casting

John Hirst

Audio

Geoff Howe

Video

Len Jacobs

Unit Production Manager

Meredith Jacobson-marciano

Casting

Kevin Jones

Music Arranger

Jubran Jubran

Executive Producer

Jubran Jubran

Producer

Phyllis Jubran

Associate Producer

Dary Kerrigan

Wardrobe Supervisor

Elan Koszuk

Foley Artist

Joel Landsberg

Assistant Director

Danny Lawson

Song

Abby Levine

Special Effects

Timothy Lonsdale

Assistant Director

Robert Madero

From Story

Robert Madero

Screenplay

Bill Marino

Consultant

Bill Marino

Audio

Michael Marrone

Executive Producer

Grant Maxwell

Adr

Craig Mckay

Editor

Dow Mckeever

Background Artist

Dow Mckeever

Foley Editor

Alan Miller

Editor

Barry Minnerly

Special Effects

Alan Mintz

Foley Artist

Edgard Mourino

Stunt Coordinator

Regina Mullen

Sound Effects Editor

Jorge Noa

Stunts

Emily Paine

Editor

Guy Perry

Song

Lavinia Plonka

Foley Artist

Rosemary Ponzo

Costume Designer

Angel Ramirez

Stunts

Barry Rebo

Executive Producer

Barry Rebo

Photography

Nile Rodgers

Song Performer

Nile Rodgers

Song

Nile Rodgers

Music

Juan Rodriguez

Sound Mixer

John Rosenmiller

Location Manager

Philippe Saisse

Song

Philippe Saisse

Song Performer

Philippe Saisse

Music

Lisa Sharkey

Other

Greg Sheldon

Sound Editor

Miriam Silberman

Titles

Shelly Silver

Editor

Neil Smith

Director Of Photography

Tomio Taki

Executive Producer

Rick Wessler

Foley Artist

Tom Wright

Production Assistant

Gary Zeller

Special Effects

Film Details

Also Known As
Crack in the Mirror, Do It Up
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Location
New York City, New York, USA; New Jersey, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 35m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States May 13, 1988

Released in United States May 21, 1989

Released in United States on Video March 30, 1989

Released in United States Winter February 3, 1989

Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 21, 1989.

Shown at Cannes Film Festival May 13, 1988.

First American feature film shot on HDTV (High Definition Video) and transferred to 35mm.

Directorial debut for Robby Benson.

Began shooting March 31, 1987.

Completed shooting May 1987.

Released in United States Winter February 3, 1989

Released in United States on Video March 30, 1989

Released in United States May 13, 1988 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival May 13, 1988.)

Released in United States May 21, 1989 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 21, 1989.)