Margot at the Wedding
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Margot at the Wedding

Year:
Duration:
93 min | USA:91 min
Genres:
Comedy | Drama
IMDB rate:
6
Director:
Noah Baumbach
Awards:
3 wins & 9 nominations
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2008-02-21
Filming Locations: City Island, Bronx, New York City, New York, USA
Earnings
Budget: $10,000,000
Opening Weekend: $81,035 (USA) (18 November 2007)
Gross: $1,959,420 (USA) (31 January 2008)
Cast
Actor
Character
Zane Pais
Claude
Susan Blackwell
Woman on Train
Nicole Kidman
Margot
Jack Black
Malcolm
Flora Cross
Ingrid
Jennifer Jason Leigh
Pauline
Seth Barrish
Toby
Matthew Arkin
Alan
Brian Kelley
Bruce
Christian Hansen
Fireman
Michael Cullen
Mr. Vogler
Enid Graham
Mrs. Vogler
Sophie Nyweide
Vogler Daughter
Justin Roth
Vogler Son
Ciarán Hinds
Dick Koosman
Halley Feiffer
Maisy Koosman
Jonathan Schwartz
Malcolm's Friend
John Turturro
Jim
Lisa Emery
Woman with Dog
Michael Medeiros
Karaoke Singer
Ashlie Atkinson
Becky
Alexander Emmet
Hot Guy / Bar Couple (uncredited)
Chuck Gerena
Man in Bar / Street (uncredited)
Tyler Kelley
Orphanage Kid #2 (uncredited)
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Trivia
Nicole Kidman, Jack Black and Jennifer Jason Leigh moved in together during filming, because they wanted to perfect their roles as a dysfunctional family
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Originally titled "Nicole at the Beach", as a tribute to Eric Rohmer, the title was changed when Nicole Kidman was cast.
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The cinematographer, Harris Savides, used old lenses and shot mostly in natural light to get the dim, ominous look of the film.
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Goofs
Malcolm has trouble recollecting the bassist for Motley Crue, and then remembers that it's Mick Mars. The bass player for Motley Crue is actually Nikki Sixx, although this mistake could have been intentional to further convey the forgetfulness.
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When Margot secretly talks to Dick on her cell phone, at times, you can hear Nicole Kidman's Australian accent, especially when she says "Saturday."
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Nicole Kidman's hair color repeatedly switches back and forth between dark brown and lighter reddish-brown.
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Quotes
Margot: Stop picking on me.
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Pauline: What was it about Dad that had us fucking so many guys?
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Ingrid: I left a piece of skin in a movie theater once so it could watch movies all its life.
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