Household Saints


2h 4m 1993

Brief Synopsis

A comic fable about a man whose victory in a pinochle game gains him a wife.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1993
Production Company
Albert G Ruben Insurance Services Inc; Axium International; Clein & White Public Relations; Eastman Film; Fine Line Features; George Walden; J G Films Inc; Ken & Art'S Catering; New Line International; R/Greenberg Associates; Sound One
Distribution Company
Fine Line Features; Fine Line Features; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
North Carolina, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 4m

Synopsis

A comic fable about a man whose victory in a pinochle game gains him a wife.

Crew

Trish Adlesic

Post-Production Supervisor

Trish Adlesic

Assistant (To Nancy Savoca & Richard Guay)

Susan Agnoff

Art Department Coordinator

Sheila Allen

Production Auditor

M J April

2nd Assistant Director

Amy Auchincloss

Assistant Editor

Rich Audino

Bestboy Electrician

Eugenie Bafaloukos

Costume Designer

Kathryn Bihr

Key Makeup

Susan H. Bodine

Production Counsel

Carolyn Brand

Other

Bobby Bukowski

Director Of Photography

Deborah Burnett

Construction Secretary

Paul Candrilli

Key Grip

Michael Charboneau

Carpenter

Eliza Coleman

Stunt Coordinator

Les Collins

Carpenter

Sarah Connors

Assistant Music Coordinator

Marko Costanzo

Foley Walker

Maureen Costello

Production Midwife

Mary Creede

Other

Doug Cuomo

Italian Street Music Producer & Arranger

Kelly Curry

Other

Joe D'alessandro

Additional Photography

Lani Daniel

Production Executive (Jones Entertainment)

John Daschbach

Assistant Office Coordinator

Larry Dasilva

Production Financing (First Interstate Bank)

George Davis

Other

Jonathan Demme

Executive Producer

Michael Dhonau

Grip

Stephen Endelman

Score Orchestrator & Conductor

Robert Featherstone

Post-Production Assistant

James Flatto

Music Editor

Tom Fleischman

Rerecording Mixer

Kevin Frech

Music Coordinator

Audree Futterman

Key Hair

Eugene Gearty

Sound Editor

Leslie Gimbel

Assistant Sound Editor

Dawn Glancy

Other

Jeff Grimsman

Carpenter

Richard Guay

Screenwriter

Richard Guay

Producer

Shell Hecht

Production Supervisor

Anthony Hemingway

Production Assistant

Tammy High

Assistant Auditor

Marilyn Hiratzka

Assistant Props

Russell H Holt

Stand-By Scenic Artist

Therese Honeycutt

Craft Services

Greg Hull

Special Effects

Jennifer Ingram

Assistant Costume Designer

Kalina Ivanov

Production Designer

Dan Jones

Other

Teri Kane

Unit Publicist

Robert Gordon Keath

On-Set Dresser

Karen Kelsall

Script Supervisor

Frank Kern

Foley Editor

Jeffrey Kimball

Music Supervisor

L Michael King

Carpenter

Eric Klein

Bestboy Grip

Elizabeth Kling

Editor

Charles M Lagola

Art Director

Suzanne Lapick

Property Master

Michael Latino

1st Assistant Camera

Kevin Lee

Dialogue Editor

Greg Leong

Boom Operator

Gary Levy

2nd Assistant Editor

Stuart Levy

Foley Engineer

Skip Lievsay

Supervising Sound Editor

Julie Lindner

Apprentice Sound Editor

Major Little

Music Recording Engineer

Mayin Lo

Assistant Editor

John S. Lyons

Casting

Julie A Madison

Casting

Marina Marit

Costume Supervisor

Patrick Marz

Production Assistant

Jeffrey D Mcdonald

Set Designer

Douglas T Mckean

Music Recording Engineer

Charles Mcnamara

Gaffer

John Mintz

Grip

Peter A Nelson

Additional Photography

Peter Newman

Producer

James Nichols

Music

Betsey O'neil

Other

Julie Oppenheimer

Extras Casting

Eliza Paley

Foley Editor

Lucas Paris

Sausage Consultant

Theo Pingarelli

2nd Assistant Camera

Timothy Pope

On-Set Dresser

Thomas Potoskie

Dolly Grip

Penny Pridemore

Production Assistant

Francine Prose

Source Material (From Novel)

Richard Quebral

Post-Production Assistant

Patricia Quinn

Other

Wendy Richardson

Production Office Coordinator

Sarah Mays Roberts

Assistant Makeup

Emily Rosenblum

Production Executive (Peter Newman Production)

Larry Roth

Financial Consultant

William Sarokin

Sound Mixer

Nancy Savoca

Screenwriter

Eric L Schmidt

Other

Dennis Shinners

Post-Production Assistant

Eric Shonz

Financial Consultant

Lee Siler

Transportation Coordinator

Jessie Smith

Transportation Captain

Barry Spencer

Construction Coordinator

Greg Spencer

Construction Foreman

Michael Spiller

Additional Photography

Jeff Stern

Dialogue Editor

Alex Steyermark

Other

Steven Stoke

Unit Production Manager

Abigayle Tarsches

Stills Photographer

Duffy Taylor

Camera Production Assistant

Zeborah Tidwell

2nd Assistant Editor

J Miller Tobin

1st Assistant Director

Steve Vavagiakis

Music Recording Engineer

Steve Visscher

Foley Editor

George Walden

Production Insurance

Shiela Waldron

2nd Assistant Director

John B. Wallace Iii

Other

Angela Walshe

Other

Peter Walts

Other

Andrew Watts

Electrician

David Wechsler

Production Assistant

Mary Weisberger

Supervisor

Karin Wiesel

Set Decorator

Amanda Zenil

Costume Supervisor

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1993
Production Company
Albert G Ruben Insurance Services Inc; Axium International; Clein & White Public Relations; Eastman Film; Fine Line Features; George Walden; J G Films Inc; Ken & Art'S Catering; New Line International; R/Greenberg Associates; Sound One
Distribution Company
Fine Line Features; Fine Line Features; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
North Carolina, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 4m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Nominated for three 1993 Spirit Awards by the Independent Feature Project/West, including best actor (Vincent D'Onofrio), best supporting actress (Lili Taylor) and best screenplay.

Expanded Release in United States October 1, 1993

Released in United States Fall September 15, 1993

Released in United States October 1993

Released in United States on Video July 6, 1994

Released in United States September 1993

Re-released in United States January 12, 1994

Shown at Boston Film Festival September 13-23, 1993.

Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 3-13, 1993.

Shown at MIFED in Milan October 24-29, 1993.

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals (Contemporary World Cinema) September 9-18, 1993.

Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival October 1-17, 1993.

Began shooting June 24, 1992.

Completed shooting Mid August 1992.

Re-released in United States January 12, 1994 (Cinema Village; New York City)

Released in United States on Video July 6, 1994

Released in United States September 1993 (Shown at Boston Film Festival September 13-23, 1993.)

Released in United States September 1993 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 3-13, 1993.)

Released in United States September 1993 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals (Contemporary World Cinema) September 9-18, 1993.)

Released in United States Fall September 15, 1993

Released in United States October 1993 (Shown at MIFED in Milan October 24-29, 1993.)

Released in United States October 1993 (Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival October 1-17, 1993.)

Expanded Release in United States October 1, 1993