Jack Goes Boating


1h 31m 2010

Brief Synopsis

Jack and Connie are two single people who on their own might continue to recede into the anonymous background of the city, but in each other begin to find the courage and desire to pursue their budding relationship. In contrast, the couple that introduced them, Clyde and Lucy are confronting unresol

Film Details

Also Known As
Jack & Connie, Una cita para el verano, cita para el verano
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2010
Production Company
Christina Born
Distribution Company
RELATIVITY MEDIA DISTRIBUTION GROUP (RMDG)
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 31m

Synopsis

Jack and Connie are two single people who on their own might continue to recede into the anonymous background of the city, but in each other begin to find the courage and desire to pursue their budding relationship. In contrast, the couple that introduced them, Clyde and Lucy are confronting unresolved issues in their marriage. Jack is a limo driver with vague dreams of landing a job with the MTA and an obsession with reggae that has prompted him to begin a half-hearted attempt at growing dreadlocks. He spends most of his time hanging out with his best friend and fellow driver Clyde and Clyde's wife Lucy. The couple set Jack up with Connie, Lucy's co-worker at a Brooklyn funeral home. Being with Connie inspires Jack to learn to cook, pursue a new career and take swimming lessons from Clyde so he can give Connie the romantic boat ride she dreams of. But as Jack and Connie cautiously circle commitment, Clyde and Lucy's marriage begins to disintegrate. From there, we watch as each couple comes face to face with the inevitable path of their relationship.

Crew

Terry Adams

Driver

Stephanie Alexander

Costumes

Glenn Allen

Visual Effects Producer

Jessica Allen

Visual Effects Editor

K C Bailey

Still Photographer

Mary Bailey

Script Supervisor

Justin Ball

Visual Effects Supervisor

Jozsef Balogh

Song

Chris Barnes

Coordinator

Guy Barresi

Visual Effects Coordinator

Zach Baylin

Dresser

Daniel Beaman

Grip

Christopher Bear

Music

Eric Bellamy

Accountant

Pamela Bertini

Production Coordinator

Debra Blake

Medic

Dana Bloder

Film Lab

Ron Bochar

Supervising Sound Editor

Ron Bochar

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Christina Born

Production Insurance

J. C. Brotherhood

Special Effects Coordinator

Nathaniel Brotherhood

Special Effects Technician

Dave Buckman

Driver

James S Buckman

Transportation Captain

Peter Bundrick

Carpenter

Rob Buschgans

Accounting Assistant

Carrie Bush

Set Production Assistant

John Carbonara

Music Editor

Mike Carew

Security

Jeff Caron

Location Manager

Andrew Cavagnet

Video Assist/Playback

Kam Chan

Foley Editor

Vernaliz Co

Office Runner

Wendy Cohen

Rights & Clearances

Bill Coleman

Camera Operator

Carol Compton

Rights & Clearances

Matthew Conner

Matte Painter

Peter Connors

Transportation Co-Captain

J. John Corbett

Compositor

Michael Cory

On-Set Dresser

Marko Costanzo

Foley Artist

Dylan Crawsnay-williams

Grip

Parry Creedon

Production Secretary

Sam Daley

Dailies

Neil Danziger

Boom Operator

Alison Davis

Assistant Production Coordinator

Caitlin Davis

Electrician

Matteo De Cosmo

Art Director

Katherine Dejesus

Accounting Assistant

Jesus A Del Rosario

Stand-In

Therese Deprez

Production Designer

James Dewolf

Grip

Daniel Dietrich

Carpenter

James Domorski

Video Playback

Joe Doughan

Best Boy Grip

Brent Dowe

Song

Lois Drabkin

Casting Associate

David Dutkus

Electrician

Patrick Eaton

Set Production Assistant

Sunday Englis

Makeup Artist

Marta Forns Escude

Assistant Director

Bill Evans

Song

Bill Evans

Song Performer

Emily Evashevski

Set Production Assistant

Joe Facey

Craft Service

David Farinas

Chef

Tim Ferraer

Grip

Brendan Fitzgerald

3-D Artist

David Flanigan

Assistant Camera

Joe Flynn

Driver

Ray Flynn

Best Boy Electric

Mike Fowler

Adr

Fleet Foxes

Song Performer

Richard Friedlander

Visual Effects Producer

John Galuppo

Grip

Kenneth Garrison

Driver

Christof Gebert

Sound Mixer

Ronen Gevint

Extras Casting Assistant

Patrick D. Gibbons

Assistant Director

Felicity Gifford

Key Costumer

Victor Gilardi

Apprentice

Andrew J Gilbert

Chef

Kathleen Glaudini

Art Department Assistant

Robert Glaudini

Screenplay

Robert Glaudini

Source Material

Will Gregory

Song

Bart Grieb

Electrician

Craig Haagensen

Camera Operator

Oscar Hammerstein Ii

Song

Lorenz Hart

Song

Paul Harvey

Driver

Richard Hebrank

Construction Coordinator

Annette Hernandez

Stand-In

Ruth Hernandez

Adr Editor

Dan Hersey

Assistant Camera

Charles Herzfeld

Advisor

Philip Seymour Hoffman

Executive Producer

Claire Houghtalen

Sound

Kai-min Hsiung

Post-Production Assistant

Mott Hupfel

Dp/Cinematographer

Mott Hupfel

Director Of Photography

Larry Huston

Assistant Camera

Susan Jacobs

Music Supervisor

Aric Jacobson

Grip

Sondra James

Adr Voice Casting

Chris Jordan

Special Effects Technician

Timothy S Kane

Set Production Assistant

Derrick Kardos

Graphic Designer

Brian A Kates

Editor

Avy Kaufman

Casting Director

Barbara Jean Kearney

Film Lab

Kieran Keller

Coordinator

Doe Kim

Stage Manager

Martin Kirchoff

Carpenter

David Knox

Camera Operator

Chrissy Kuhn

Set Costumer

Robert Kummert

Dolly Grip

George Lara

Foley

Alan Lawson

Scenic Artist

Imogen Lee

Art Department Assistant

Eric Leverenz

Film Lab

Randy Little

Compositor

Casey Long

Post-Production Assistant

Anthony Lote

Set Production Assistant

Evan Lurie

Original Score

Evan Lurie

Music

Sean Macintyre

Apprentice

Jerry Malinaric

Driver

John Mangia

Compositor

Cisco Marcial

Coordinator

Theresa L Marsh

Production Accountant

Katie Martin

Set Production Assistant

Jacob Mathis

Location Coordinator

Louise Mccarthy

Makeup

Michael Mcdonald

Electrician

Jim Mckenna

Driver

Teferra Mckenzie

Sound

James A Mcnaughton

Song

Sean Mcnay

Driver

Emma Mead

Art Department

Dani Melia

Assistant

Nic Mevoli

On-Set Dresser

Brett Michel

Driver

Crystal Miles

Assistant

Kelly Miller

Post-Production Supervisor

Michael Miller

Grip

Kris Moran

Property Master

Alyssa Motschwiller

Art Department Contractor

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Song

Jackie Mulhearn

Music Coordinator

Declan Mulvey

Stunt Coordinator

Ali Muney

Assistant Editor

Sara Murphy

Associate Producer

Doug Murray

Adr

William Newell

Gaffer

Tom Nierenberg

On-Set Dresser

Mimi O'donnell

Costume Designer

Beth O'neil

Producer

Myron Odegaard

Electric

John Ortiz

Executive Producer

George Paaswell

Coproducer

George Paaswell

Unit Production Manager

Kristyn Di Pane

Dailies

Ellen Parnett

Set Production Assistant

Robin Pecknold

Song

Becky Phillips

Apprentice

Mike Phillips

Post-Production Accountant

Amy Pickering

Costume Supervisor

Jocelyn Pierce

Costume Department

Robert Jean Pierre

Driver

Anthony Pizzini

Office Production Assistant

Jason Planitzer

Location Assistant

Cat Power

Song

Cat Power

Song Performer

William Daron Pulliam

Song Performer

William Daron Pulliam

Song

Jeff Pullman

Sound Mixer

Aaron F. Quarles

Hair

Sacha P. Quarles

Hair Stylist

Danubius Quartet

Song

Michael Queen

Compositor

Scott Ramsey

Gaffer

Aaron Randall

Electrician

Nicholas Renbeck

Adr/Dialogue Editor

Kyle Repka

Loader

Kurt Rimmel

Key Grip

Michael Riolo

Construction

Felix Rivera

Chef

Al Rodgers

Camera Assistant

Richard Rodgers

Song

Luis Rodriguez

Driver

Marcus Rojas

Music

Daniel Rossen

Music

Veronica Rutledge

Post-Production Assistant

Sara Sampson

Assistant

Peter Saraf

Producer

Evan Scott

Set Production Assistant

Matt Setton

Grip

Stephen Shellooe

Scenic Artist

Brian Sheratt

Hair Stylist

Film Details

Also Known As
Jack & Connie, Una cita para el verano, cita para el verano
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2010
Production Company
Christina Born
Distribution Company
RELATIVITY MEDIA DISTRIBUTION GROUP (RMDG)
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 31m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall September 17, 2010

Released in United States January 2010

Based on the play "Jack Goes Boating" written by Bob Glaudini, produced by LAByrinth Theater Company and first performed at the Public Theatre in New York in 2007.

Feature directorial debut for Philip Seymour Hoffman.

Released in United States Fall September 17, 2010 (NYC, LA)

Released in United States January 2010 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (Premieres) January 21-31, 2010.)