Don't Go Breaking My Heart


1h 33m 1998

Brief Synopsis

A love triangle set in London involving a widowed mother of two who falls for a philandering dentist and an American sports therapist who plans to return to the States. Suzanne is still grieving over her dead husband and isn't looking for a new partner, but her dentist friend Frank is relentlessly t

Film Details

Also Known As
Amour sous influence
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1998
Location
London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Synopsis

A love triangle set in London involving a widowed mother of two who falls for a philandering dentist and an American sports therapist who plans to return to the States. Suzanne is still grieving over her dead husband and isn't looking for a new partner, but her dentist friend Frank is relentlessly trying to woo her, and American Tony is fast charming his way into her affections. He is also helping out her son, much to Frank's chagrin.

Crew

Julie Ankerson

Foley Artist

Jill Avery

Wardrobe

Peter Beston

Music Editor

Peter Beston

Editor

Tony Blondal

Original Music

Danielle Brandon

Production Coordinator

Kevin Brazier

Sound Editor

Blanche Carte

Song

Tony Chance

Storyboard Artist

Penny Corke

Associate Producer

Rod H Coton

Associate Producer

Billy Cowie

Song

Brenda Crichlow

Song

Steve Cutmore

Song

David Daniels

Assistant Director

Kiki Dee

Song Performer

Dante Di Loreto

Executive Producer

Lain Donald

Song

Richard Dunford

Dialogue Editor

Tina Earnshaw

Makeup

Anthony Edwards

Executive Producer

John Fewell

Foley Artist

Brett Finnigan

Associate Producer

Toby Ford

Assistant Director

W S Gilbert

Song

Nigel Gostelow

Location Manager

Keith Grant

Music

John Greaves

Storyboard Artist

Mike Harris

Sound Mixer

Carol Hemming

Hairdresser

John Hubbard

Casting

Ros Hubbard

Casting

Dave Humphries

Dubbing Mixer

James Hunt

Scenic Artist

Elton John

Song Performer

Rolfe Kent

Music

Bill Kenwright

Producer

Rebecca Lafford

Makeup Artist

Vernon Layton

Director Of Photography

Elizabeth Lewis

Makeup Artist

Peter Lindsay

Sound Mixer

Julie London

Song Performer

Robson Lucie

Song Performer

Rachel Macfadyen

Scenic Artist

Max Martin

Song

Pat Mccorkle

Casting

Henry Metcalfe

Choreographer

Geoff Morrow

Screenplay

Mitch Murray

Song

Tony Noble

Production Designer

Ann Orson

Song

Vini Poncia

Song

Denniz Pop

Song

Lisa Anne Porter

Casting Associate

George Richmond

Camera Operator

Brenda Roberson

Set Decorator

Selwyn Roberts

Line Producer

Cathryn Robson

Song Performer

Leo Sayer

Song Performer

Leo Sayer

Song

Liz Schrek

Music Supervisor

Jacob Schultze

Song

David Shillingford

Camera Operator

Adrian Simmons

Wardrobe

Howard J Smith

Steadicam Operator

David Steadman

Music

A S Sullivan

Song

Trevor Swanscott

Foley Mixer

Paul Talkington

Music Coordinator

Jim Threapleton

Assistant Director

Julie Tottman

Animal Wrangler

Alf Tramontin

Steadicam Operator

Merle Travis

Song

Dag Volle

Song

Elizabeth Waller

Costume Department

Kerry Wikstrom

Original Music

Allan Wilson

Music Conductor

Brian Wilson

Song

Sheila Wilson

Script Supervisor

Film Details

Also Known As
Amour sous influence
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1998
Location
London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter January 1, 1998

Released in United States on Video September 1999

Feature directorial debut by theater producer Bill Kenwright.

Straight-to-video release.

Began shooting June 5, 1997.

Completed shooting July 18, 1997.

Released in United States Winter January 1, 1998

Released in United States on Video September 1999