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124 min | Spain:125 min
Drama | Romance | Thriller
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Adrian Lyne
Nominated for Oscar. Another 5 wins & 10 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 2002-05-10
Filming Locations: Dobbs Ferry, New York, USA
Budget: $50,000,000
Opening Weekend: $14,065,277 (USA) (12 May 2002)
Gross: $52,756,933 (USA) (18 August 2002)
Diane Lane
Connie Sumner
Erik Per Sullivan
Charlie Sumner
Richard Gere
Ed Sumner
Olivier Martinez
Paul Martel
Myra Lucretia Taylor
Michelle Monaghan
Chad Lowe
Bill Stone
Joseph Badalucco Jr.
Train conductor
Erich Anderson
Bob Gaylord
Damon Gupton
Other businessman
Kate Burton
Margaret Colin
Marc Forget
Café bartender
Larry Gleason
Dominic Chianese
Frank Wilson
George F. Miller
Businessman #1
Paul D. Failla
Businessman #2
Hal Smith-Reynolds
Businessman #3
Tyree Michael Simpson
Businessman #4
Liza Colón-Zayas
Grumpy teacher
Al Cayne
Parking Lot Attendant
Murielle Arden
Other Woman
Salem Ludwig
Man with suitcase
William Abadie
Matthew Maitland
Crying Boy
Charles Glaser
Father of crying boy
Zeljko Ivanek
Det. Dean
Gary Basaraba
Det. Mirojnick
Anne Pitoniak
Frederikke Borge
Aunt Rikke
Russell Gibson
Uncle Russell
Maria Gelardi
Aunt Maria
Leslie Shenkel
Uncle Les
Sophia Wu
Dry Cleaner
Lisa Emery
Michael Emerson
Geoffrey Nauffts
James Bruce-Gardyne
Poppy (the dog) (uncredited)
David Jefferson
Waiter (uncredited)
Jon M. McDonnell
Friend at Dinner (uncredited)
Jessica Peters
Child in Park (uncredited)
Robert Peters
Child in Park (uncredited)
Nik Pjeternikaj
Deli Guy (uncredited)
John Rothman
Jerry (uncredited)
John H. Tobin
Armored-Car Company Office Manager (uncredited)
Did you know?
The scene where Connie rides the train home after her first sexual encounter with Paul, and silently remembers the encounter, was filmed in one continuous take. The camera simply stayed on Diane Lane as she went through a series of expressions, and then the scene was cut and edited together.
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The special edition DVD features the alternate ending where there is a different dialogue after they both kiss in the car, during the final scene. Edward then steps out of the car before walking up and entering the police station. Fox & Regency wanted this ending at first (it was a more Hollywood ending), but the director and the cast insisted that they put in the current ending you see on the theatrical release.
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Meg Ryan was the original choice to play Connie, but Alyssa Milano was cast. After she was forced to turn the role down due to her commitment to the TV series Charmed (1998), these actresses were offered the role (and they turned it down too): Portia de Rossi; Jodie Foster (she chose to star in Panic Room (2002)); Kristin Davis (she had a commitment to the TV series Sex and the City (1998)); Portia de Rossi; Kyra Sedgwick; Brooke Shields; Hilary Swank; Kate Winslet Also, Tori Spelling was briefly considered for the role. Even though Josie Davis and Angelina Jolie auditioned for the role, they lost out to Diane Lane. Reportedly, Jennifer Jason Leigh wanted the role too, but this time, it was Adrian Lyne who turned an actress down.
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When Edward is getting into the tub with Connie, his boxers are just barely visible as he lowers himself into the water.
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Connie's cigarette seems to disappear between shots as Charlie startles her, when she is crying at the kitchen table.
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When Edward awakes the next morning after disposing of the body, the Tropicana orange juice box turns around between shots.
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Charlie: Dad, look what I can do. I've been practicing
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Connie Sumner: We could end this now and nobody would get hurt
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Connie Sumner: Did you just fuck me across the street?
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