Twenty-One


1h 41m 1991

Brief Synopsis

The contemporary story of a young British woman in New York City reflecting on her previous loves and relations she left behind in London.

Film Details

Also Known As
Twenty One
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Edit Hire; Rank Film Laboratory; Ruben Sedgewick; Samy's Camera; Truman Van Dyke; Twickenham Film Studios
Distribution Company
Triton Pictures; Afmd; Entertainment Film Distributors, Ltd.; Nurit Shani; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
Twickenham Film Studios, England, United Kingdom; London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 41m

Synopsis

The contemporary story of a young British woman in New York City reflecting on her previous loves and relations she left behind in London.

Crew

Ned Asar

Driver (Patsy Kensit)

Michael P Bacon

Location Props Master

Michael Berkeley

Music

Don Boyd

From Story

Don Boyd

Screenwriter

Tom Buckholtz

Camera Operator

Elizabeth Burn

Production Coordinator

Hermione Byrt

2nd Assistant Editor

David W Clark

Dress Props

Billy Collins

Production Accountant

Colin Corby

Camera Operator

Anne Coulter

Script Supervisor

David Croucher

Driver

Suzanne Crowley

Casting Director

Carol Curb

Executive Producer

Mike Curb

Executive Producer

Kyle Dane

Assistant (To Morgan Mason)

George Edwards

Electrician

Robert Fabbri

2nd Assistant Director

Guy Gadney

Assistant (To Don Boyd)

Keith Goddard

Director Of Photography

Gordon Graham

Boom

Mark Griffiths

Location Manager

Bob Groves

Driver

Neil Hamilton

Driver

Vic Hammond

Grip

John Hanlon

Gaffer

John Hardy

Producer

Zoe Heller

Screenwriter

Gavin Hodge

Hair Stylist (Patsy Kensit)

Gay Huse

Assistant Production Accountant

Brian Intern

Foley Editor

Alisdair Irvine

Assistant Location Manager

Peter Kernot

Unit Photographer

Alan Killick

Dubbing Editor

Denis Kington

Steadicam Operator

Lester Korn

Executive Producer

Anna Laflin

Assistant Costume Designer

David Lawley-wakelin

3rd Assistant Director

Paul Lay

Driver

Dominic Lester

Footsteps Artist

Dominic Lester

Rerecording Mixer

Pat Liani

Production Coordinator (Venice)

Bill Lowe

Other

Morgan Mason

Producer

Deborah Mathews

Location Manager (New York)

Keith Mcnamara

Other

John Midgley

Sound Recordist

Gareth Milne

Stunt Coordinator

Steve Mora

Production Assistant

Beryl Mortimer

Footsteps Artist

Elizabeth Murray

Stand-In (Patsy Kensit)

Roger Murray-leach

Costume Designer

Bob O'brien

Electrician

Robin O'donoghue

Rerecording Mixer

Clive Osborne

Sound Department

John Parks

Construction Manager

John Parks

Construction Manager

Larry Peter

Sound Recordist

Jim Pinhorn

Driver

Gilly Poole

Casting Director

Brian Read

Production Buyer

Dave Reilly

Property Master

Mark Reynolds

Props Storeman

Waldo Roeg

1st Assistant Director

Waldo Roeg

Production Manager

Donald Russell

Other

Phil Sawyer

Electronic Music

Phil Sawyer

Song Performer

Ruben Sedgewick

Insurance

Penny Smith

Makeup And Hair Designer

Suzanne Smith

Casting Director

David Spiers

Editor

John Squires

Driver

Suzanne Stokes-munton

Hair

Graham Thomas

Carpenter

Margaret Thompson

1st Assistant Editor

Brian Turner

Driver

F. A. Turner

Driver

Truman Van Dyke

Insurance (Usa)

Luca Villata

Camera Trainee

Dominique Walker

Production Assistant

Terrie Wixon

Art Direction

Film Details

Also Known As
Twenty One
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Edit Hire; Rank Film Laboratory; Ruben Sedgewick; Samy's Camera; Truman Van Dyke; Twickenham Film Studios
Distribution Company
Triton Pictures; Afmd; Entertainment Film Distributors, Ltd.; Nurit Shani; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
Twickenham Film Studios, England, United Kingdom; London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 41m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1991

Released in United States Fall October 4, 1991

Released in United States January 18, 1991

Released in United States November 15, 1991

Released in United States on Video March 18, 1992

Shown at Deauville Film Festival August 30 - September 9, 1991.

Shown at Sundance Film Festival Park City, Utah January 18, 1991.

Began shooting July 23, 1990.

Completed shooting August 31, 1990.

"Twenty One" (without the dash) is in the aka field for searching purposes.

Released in United States 1991 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival August 30 - September 9, 1991.)

Released in United States January 18, 1991 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival Park City, Utah January 18, 1991.)

Released in United States on Video March 18, 1992

Released in United States Fall October 4, 1991

Released in United States November 15, 1991