Crimes Of The Heart


1h 45m 1986

Brief Synopsis

Based on Beth Henley's play about Mississippi sisters: fast Meg, nervous Lenny and Babe, out on bail.

Film Details

Also Known As
Crímenes del corazón
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1986
Production Company
Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland Nv; De Laurentiis Company; Nick Allen; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Panavision, Ltd.; Segue Music Inc
Distribution Company
DE LAURENTIIS COMPANY/PARAMOUNT PICTURES; 20th Century Fox International; Bskyb; CBS Video; De Laurentiis Company; Paramount Pictures; Paramount Pictures; Showtime Networks; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group
Location
Southport, North Carolina, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Synopsis

Based on Beth Henley's play about Mississippi sisters: fast Meg, nervous Lenny and Babe, out on bail.

Crew

Ken Adam

Production Designer

Frans J Afman

Financial Consultant

Nick Allen

Cable Operator

Michelle Baker

Production Assistant

Donah Bassett

Negative Cutter

Bruce Bisenz

Sound Mixer

Susan Bluestein

Casting Director

Sandro Bolli

Key Grip

Sandro Bolli

Dolly Grip

Jay Booker

Song

Jay Booker

Song Performer ("Sunday In The South")

William Carruth

Sound Editor

Andy Cohen

Sound Apprentice

Larry Conner

Transportation Captain

Craig Conwell

1st Assistant Editor

Joe D'alessandro

Bestboy

Carlos Delarios

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Georges Delerue

Music

Tommy Dorsett

Assistant Editor

Nora Dunfee

Dialogue Consultant

Tracy Farrington

Property Master

Freddie Fields

Producer

Wayne Fitzgerald

Title Design

Jack Garsha

Color Timer

Bill Gerber

Co-Producer

Ferdinando Giovannoni

Art Direction

Anne Goursaud

Editor

John B Griffin

Location Manager

Tom Guido

Assistant (To Freddie Fields)

Keith Hamshere

Stills

Don Heitzer

Production Manager

J. Roy Helland

Makeup

J. Roy Helland

Hairstyles

Beth Henley

Play As Source Material ("Crimes Of The Heart")

Beth Henley

Screenwriter

Mildred Hill

Song ("Happy Birthday To You")

Patty Hill

Song ("Happy Birthday To You")

Gary Holland

Boom Operator

Don Huber

Song ("Fallen Angel Flying High")

Mary Lea Johnson

Broadway Stage Producer

Sandra Berke Jordan

Key Costumer

Jack Keller

Song ("Fallen Angel Flying High")

Michael J Kohut

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Francine Lefrak

Broadway Stage Producer

Garrett Lewis

Set Decorator

Sam Loflin

Craft Service

Enrico Lucidi

Camera Operator

David W Macdonald

Construction Leadman

Donna Mack

Production Assistant

Ruby K Manis

Costumer

Debbie Martin

Production Assistant

Kate May

Production Coordinator

Rosemary Mccarty

Location Auditor

Sue Mckibbin

Auditor Assistant

Willie Nelson

Song Performer ("Don'T Fence Me In")

Claire Nichtern

Broadway Stage Producer

Frank Perl

2nd Assistant Camera

Timothy Pope

Set Dresser

Cole Porter

Song ("Don'T Fence Me In")

Anne Rapp

Script Supervisor

Martin Richards

Broadway Stage Producer

Tricia Riordan

Production Assistant

Marsha Robertson

Unit Publicist

Aaron Rochin

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Dann Rogers

Song Performer ("Fallen Angel Flying High")

Dann Rogers

Song

Alvaro Romagnoli

Gaffer

Kay Rose

Sound Editor Supervisor

Jerry Rosenthal

Sound Editor

Debbie Lynn Ross

Stunt Coordinator

Arlyne Rothberg

Co-Producer

Leon Russell

Song Performer ("Don'T Fence Me In")

Marco Sacerdoti

1st Assistant Camera

Victoria Rose Sampson

Sound Editor

Jimmy Sandoval

Assistant Editor

Jeffrey Schlatter

Construction Coordinator

Joel Segal

2nd Assistant Director

Katherine Shaw

Assistant (To Bruce Beresford)

Chester A Spier

Props Assistant

Dante Spinotti

Director Of Photography

Richard Stone

Music Editor Supervisor

Rev. David Strong

Rigging Gaffer

Burt Sugarman

Executive Producer

Jim Tomaro

Bestboy Electrician

Kelvin R. Trahan

Makeup Assistant

Kelvin R. Trahan

Hairstyles Assistant

Lucio Trentini

Production Supervisor

Marlies Vallant

Hairstyles Assistant

Marlies Vallant

Makeup Assistant

Lisa Varney

Apprentice Editor

Paul Warschilka

Sound Editor Assistant

Tom Watters

Other

Albert Wolsky

Costume Designer

P K Fields Zimmerman

Associate Producer

Film Details

Also Known As
Crímenes del corazón
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1986
Production Company
Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland Nv; De Laurentiis Company; Nick Allen; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Panavision, Ltd.; Segue Music Inc
Distribution Company
DE LAURENTIIS COMPANY/PARAMOUNT PICTURES; 20th Century Fox International; Bskyb; CBS Video; De Laurentiis Company; Paramount Pictures; Paramount Pictures; Showtime Networks; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group
Location
Southport, North Carolina, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Award Nominations

Best Actress

1986
Sissy Spacek

Best Adapted Screenplay

1986

Best Supporting Actress

1986
Tess Harper

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter December 12, 1986

Released in United States on Video February 1, 1989

Released in United States December 3, 1986

Began shooting May 5, 1986.

Film is dedicated to the memory of Stan Kamen.

Released in United States Winter December 12, 1986

Released in United States on Video February 1, 1989

Released in United States December 3, 1986 (World premiere in Los Angeles December 3, 1986 to benefit Women's Guild of the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.)