Some Girls


1h 34m 1988

Brief Synopsis

A college student visits his girlfriend and her family in Canada. Though his young companion seems to no longer love him, her family offers a warm, eccentric embrace.

Film Details

Also Known As
Sisters
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Angel Studios; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.; Sundance Institute; Twickenham Film Studios; Twickenham Studios; Wildwood Enterprises
Distribution Company
METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER STUDIOS INC. (MGM ); MGM Distribution Company; MGM Distribution Company; MGM Home Entertainment; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.; United International Pictures
Location
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada; Laurentian Mountains, Quebec, Canada; Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Synopsis

A college student visits his girlfriend and her family in Canada. Though his young companion seems to no longer love him, her family offers a warm, eccentric embrace.

Crew

James Baker

Production Assistant

James Baker

Production Assistant (Usa)

Scott Bakke

Production Assistant (Usa)

Peter Baldock

Sound Editor Assistant

Mark Bentley

Production Manager

Mark Bentley

Associate Producer

Sylvain Bergevin

Electrician

Neil Allan Bibby

Transportation Coordinator

Hakan Bjorn

Song ("Tonight Tonight" "It Just Gets Better")

Sara Black

Assistance

Andre Boisvert

Scenic Artist Assistant

Jim Boltz

Assistance

Guy Bouchard

3rd Assistant Director

France Boudreau

Script Supervisor

Helene Boulay

Unit Manager

Lucienne Boyer

Song Performer ("Parlez Moi D'Amour")

Jacqueline Carmody

Additional Assistant Editor

Bertrand Carriere

Stills

Caterina Chamberland

Dresser

Francesca Chamberland

Wardrobe Mistress

Pierre Charpentier

Dolly Grip

Christopher Cook

2nd Assistant Editor

Brad Dechter

Original Music

Charlotte Dix

Craft Service

Brendan Donnison

Adr Casting

Rachel Dresback

Production Assistant (Usa)

Raymond Ducasse

Animal Trainer

Prudence Emery

Unit Publicist

Gilles Emond

Driver

Robert Etchevery

Stills

Martin Evans

Sound Editor

Stephane Falardeau

Office Driver

Julia Fordham

Song; Song Producer ("Comfort Of Strangers")

Julia Fordham

Song Performer

Michelle Forest

Set Dresser

Gilles Fortier

Bestboy

Jacques Fortier

Chief Electrician

Chris Frantz

Song Producer ("Lee & Molly")

Veronique Gabillaud

Boom Operator

Francois Gascon

Swing Gang (Set Dresser)

Alain Giguere

Scenic Artist Supervisor

Rodney Glenn

Foley Editor

Lorne Goloff

Location Manager

Keith Grant

Music Engineer; Music Mixer

Leslie Grierson

Other

Michel Guay

Assistant Unit Manager

Robert Guertin

1st Assistant Camera

Denis Hamel

Property Master

Richard Hansen

Hairstyles

Philip Hart

Assistance

Olivia Hetreed

1st Assistant Editor

James Newton Howard

Music

James Newton Howard

Music Conductor

Lora Kennedy

Casting

Jacques Laberge

2nd Assistant Director

Helene Lafrance

Art Direction Assistant

Micheline Lemieux

Payroll Officer

Jean Lemire

Props Assistant (Set)

Emmanuel Lepine

Key Grip

Marc Letarte

Swing Gang (Set Dresser)

Larry Lynn

Director Of Photography 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

Stephane Mackenzie

Swing Gang (Set Dresser)

Lynn Mallay

Production Coordinator

Gerardo Manzi

Other

Ziggy Marley

Song ("Lee & Molly")

Nicoletta Massone

Costume Designer

Veronica Miller

Production Accountant

Andrew Neevard

2nd Assistant Camera

Robin O'donoghue

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Hugh Padgham

Song Producer ("Comfort Of Strangers")

Johanne Paiement

Hairstyles Assistant

Rocky Parker

Driver (Patrick Dempsey)

Ian Parkinson

Driver

Andy Paterson

1st Assistant Director

Andy Paterson

Associate Producer

Dan Poole

Driver

Don Poole

Driver

Michel Pradier

Location Manager

Peter Paul Raubertas

Art Direction

Robert Redford

Executive Producer

Ginette Regis

Other

Cecile Rigault

Makeup Assistant

Lucie Robitaille

Casting (Canada)

Patrick Rousseau

Sound Recording Mixer

Mario Roussy

3rd Grip

Mario Santini

Other

John Schaeffer

Stills

David Spiers

Editor

Ueli Steiger

Director Of Photography

Rick Stevenson

Producer

Rick Stevenson

Song Producer ("Tonight Tonight" "It Just Get'S Better")

Jean-baptiste Tard

Set Decorator

Jerome Thiberghien

Stunt Coordinator

Micheline Trepanier

Makeup

John Utter

Song ("Tonight Tonight" "It Just Gets Better")

Francois Vaillancourt

Other

Rupert Walters

Screenwriter

Tina Weymouth

Song Producer ("Lee & Molly")

Susanna White

Production Liaison (United Kingdom)

Eugenio Zanetti

Production Designer

Ziggy Marley & The Melody Make

Song Performer ("Lee & Molly")

Film Details

Also Known As
Sisters
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Angel Studios; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.; Sundance Institute; Twickenham Film Studios; Twickenham Studios; Wildwood Enterprises
Distribution Company
METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER STUDIOS INC. (MGM ); MGM Distribution Company; MGM Distribution Company; MGM Home Entertainment; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.; United International Pictures
Location
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada; Laurentian Mountains, Quebec, Canada; Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Spring March 24, 1989

Released in United States on Video April 18, 1989

Released in United States June 1988

Released in United States September 2, 1988

Released in United States September 19, 1988

Released in United States January 1989

Released in United States November 1989

Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival June 1988.

Shown at Montreal World Film Festival (out of competition) September 2, 1988.

Shown at Boston Film Festival September 19, 1988.

Shown at United States Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 22,24,25,26 & 28, 1989.

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

Released in United States on Video April 18, 1989

Released in United States June 1988 (Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival June 1988.)

Released in United States September 2, 1988 (Shown at Montreal World Film Festival (out of competition) September 2, 1988.)

Released in United States September 19, 1988 (Shown at Boston Film Festival September 19, 1988.)

Released in United States January 1989 (Shown at United States Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 22,24,25,26 & 28, 1989.)

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

Released in United States Spring March 24, 1989