Signs of Life


1h 35m 1989

Brief Synopsis

Story follows 24 hours in the lives of a group of people in a small fishing village in Maine.

Film Details

Also Known As
One For Sorrow, Two For Joy
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Distribution Company
Avenue Entertainment
Location
Ellsworth, Maine, USA; Mystic, Connecticut, USA; Thomaston, Maine, USA; Stonington, Maine, USA; South Bristol, Maine, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 35m

Synopsis

Story follows 24 hours in the lives of a group of people in a small fishing village in Maine.

Crew

Andy Aaron

Sound Effects

Douglas Aibel

Casting

Onesimo Almeida

Interpreter

Odete Amarelo

Assistant

Bill Anderson

Editor

Jeff Armstrong

Assistant

Alta Ashley

Assistant

Stacy Auerhan

Other

Steven K Barnett

Dresser

Steve Barri

Song

West Bartlett

Carpenter

Michael Biggie

Scenic Artist

Stewart Blackburn

Caterer

Dewayne Blackwell

Song

Sidney Brammer

Production Assistant

Alan Breton

Production Assistant

Elton Britt

Song Performer

Cary Brokaw

Executive Producer

Chuck Bukey

Grip

Laura Butterworth

Casting Associate

Paul Campbell

Song

Saverio Camporeale

Adr Editor

Craig Cannold

Production Auditor

Matthew Carlisle

Assistant Director

Carlene Carter

Song

Carlene Carter

Song Performer

Herbert Carter

Assistant

Chas Clifton

Music

Eddie Cochran

Song Performer

Jill Cohen

Location Manager

Dan Collins

Production Assistant

Angelo Corrao

Editor

Jim Corscaden

Assistant

Domingos G Costa

Song

Jerry Cox

Dolly Grip

Billy A Crawford

Production Assistant

Luigi Creatore

Song

Paul Cremo

Production Assistant

Richard Crompton

Grip

Cliff Cudney

Stunt Coordinator

Howard Cummings

Production Designer

Elliot Davis

Director Of Photography

Greg Day

Production Assistant

Andrew Doerfer

Apprentice

Thomas Drescher

Music Editor

Mame Duym

Assistant

Rusty Duym

Assistant

Tom Duym

Assistant

Tom Duym

Pilot

Michael Eliasberg

Assistant

Chuck Esty

Electrician

Buck Flagg

Carpenter

Joan Franklin

Music Editor

George Freeman

Assistant

Jeffrey Lee Gibson

Stunts

Dan Gillham

Gaffer

John Gilroy

Sound Editor

Dolly Hall

Production Assistant

H Halsey

Song

Fred Heid

Color Timer

George Hock

Electrician

Johnny Horton

Song Performer

Tim Hunter

Production Assistant

Frederick Iannone

Assistant Camera Operator

Joseph Iannuzzi

Other

Shiho Ito

Assistant Director

Kalina Ivanov

Storyboard Artist

Robert Jackson

Production Assistant

Donna Jacobson

Casting Associate

L Murray Jamison

Production Assistant

C Bernie Johnson

Stunts

Dale Johnson

Driver

Tony Jonaitis

Projectionist

James Kadonoff

Production Assistant

Pierre Kahn

Assistant Editor

Neal Kaufman

Sound Editor

Michael Kirchberger

Sound Editor

Dan Korintus

Sound Editor

Paul Kramer

Dresser

Nick Kudahy

Other

David Larue

Electrician

Lindsay Law

Executive Producer

Cal Lawson

Pilot

Diane Lee

Wardrobe Assistant

Martin Levenstein

Adr Editor

Martin Levenstein

Assistant Editor

Nia Lewis

Production Assistant

Solomon Linda

Song

Elizabeth Linn

Scenic Artist

Daniel Lupi

Unit Manager

Mark Malone

Screenplay

Aldina Marques

Consultant

Clara Martiny

Makeup Assistant

Jack Mclaughlin

Stunts

Raymond Mendez

Animal Wrangler

Slim Miller

Song

Joe Mini

Other

George Monteiro

Interpreter

Amy Mouser

Props Assistant

Christopher O'donnell

Boom Operator

Hiram Ortiz

Hair

Hiram Ortiz

Makeup

Nick Papanickolas

Dolly Grip

Betsy Parish

Projectionist

Betsy Parish

Office Assistant

Julio Pereira

Song Performer

Julio Pereira

Song

Hugo Peretti

Song

Rick Perkins

Grip

Susan Picinich

Wardrobe Assistant

Butch Pierson

Assistant Camera Operator

K C Pierson

Electrician

Dean Pike

Other

Denise Pinckley

Production Coordinator

Phillip Pucci

Sound Editor

Bob Quinn

Assistant

Helene Quinn

Assistant

Andrew Reichsman

Producer

Paul Rodricks

Song

Paul Rodricks

Song Performer

Steven Rood

Other

Beth A Rubino

Art Director

James Rutenbeck

Assistant Editor

Pat Sanftner

Wardrobe Supervisor

Jeanette Scott

Set Decorator

Mary Serradas

Other

Sharon Sheeley

Song

Phil Shirey

Property Master

Howard Shore

Music

Phil F Sloan

Song

Steve Small

Carpenter

David Smalladge

Caterer

Tim Smith

Assistant

Gail Sonnenfeld

Set Decorator

Albert Stanton

Song

Roger Stone

Assistant

Kenneth Stytzer

Main Title Design

Will Sweeney

Construction Coordinator

Peter Syrett

Carpenter

Jeannie Talbot

Script Supervisor

Terra A Terra

Song Performer

Terra A Terra

Song

Neal Thomas

Song

Pete Thurell

Production Assistant

Sara Todd

Photography

Jeffrey Ullman

Costume Designer

Donna Vega

Electrician

Jimmy Vestal

Unit Manager Assistant

Joe Violante

Technical Advisor

Marcus Viscidi

Producer

W T Viscidi

Production Manager

Manny Vouniozos

Key Grip

Rick Waddell

Sound Mixer

George David Weiss

Song

Moses Weitzman

Titles

Polly Wilkinson

Casting Associate

Bob Wills

Song

Mel Zelniker

Sound

Film Details

Also Known As
One For Sorrow, Two For Joy
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Distribution Company
Avenue Entertainment
Location
Ellsworth, Maine, USA; Mystic, Connecticut, USA; Thomaston, Maine, USA; Stonington, Maine, USA; South Bristol, Maine, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 35m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1989

Released in United States April 30, 1989

Released in United States May 1989

Released in United States November 1989

Released in United States on Video January 11, 1990

Released in United States September 1989

Released in United States Spring May 5, 1989

Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 13, 16 & 20, 1989.

Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 1-11, 1989.

Shown at Houston International Film Festival April 30, 1989.

Shown at London Film Festival November 10-26, 1989.

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 11-June 4, 1989.

Directorial debut for John David Coles.

Began shooting May 20, 1988.

Released in United States 1989 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 11-June 4, 1989.)

Released in United States on Video January 11, 1990

Released in United States April 30, 1989 (Shown at Houston International Film Festival April 30, 1989.)

Released in United States May 1989 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 13, 16 & 20, 1989.)

Released in United States Spring May 5, 1989

Released in United States September 1989 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 1-11, 1989.)

Released in United States November 1989 (Shown at London Film Festival November 10-26, 1989.)