Duane Incarnate

Duane Incarnate

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Director: Hal Salwen

Cast: Caroleen Feeney, Kristen Johnston, Cynthia M. Watros

     
 
While writer/director Hal Salwen won over critics and festival audiences with his low-key directorial debut, Denise Calls Up, his second feature, His and Hers, never made it past the festival circuit. Salwen next produced Duane Incarnate, a quirky romantic comedy. Gwen (Caroleen Feeney, who appeared in Salwen's earlier films) narrates the strange

Overview

While writer/director Hal Salwen won over critics and festival audiences with his low-key directorial debut, Denise Calls Up, his second feature, His and Hers, never made it past the festival circuit. Salwen next produced Duane Incarnate, a quirky romantic comedy. Gwen (Caroleen Feeney, who appeared in Salwen's earlier films) narrates the strange tale of her and her three friends, the statuesque Fran (Kristen Johnston), the lovely Connie (Cynthia Watros), and the dumpy, unemployed Wanda (Crystal Bock). Three of the four pals seem to be feeling particularly good about their lives. They're all in fulfilling relationships, and Gwen's trainer boyfriend (Jim Gaffigan) has them on an exercise and diet program. One day, Wanda, who has no luck with men, tells them that she's met the perfect guy, and fallen completely in love with him. As she describes him, with his good looks, fancy job, and incredible passion for her, he sounds too good to be true, and Gwen begins to suspect that Wanda has invented him. Challenged to produce her new beau, Wanda introduces the tall, handsome Duane (Peter Hermann) to the gang. Her friends are incredulous and soon grow extremely jealous. Their own relationships begin to self-destruct, and some unusual weather patterns have Gwen believing that Wanda has somehow conjured Duane through the force of her imagination, and thereby ruptured the very fabric of the universe. The three distraught women team together, determined to break up the happy couple at all costs. Shot on-location in New York City, Duane Incarnate had its world premiere at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/27/2005
UPC:
0796019765497
Original Release:
2004
Rating:
NR
Source:
Genius Entertainment
Time:
1:23:00

Special Features

Filmographies; Storyboards; Trailer; Trailer gallery; 5.1; 16x9 anamorphic

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Caroleen Feeney Gwen
Kristen Johnston Fran
Cynthia M. Watros Connie
Crystal Bock Wanda
Peter Hermann Duane
Jim Gaffigan Actor
Danny Koch Actor
Danny Burstein Actor
Josh Alexander Jimmy
Lisa Terezakis Cindy

Technical Credits
Hal Salwen Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Judy Bowman Casting
Jacob Craycroft Editor
Frank G. de Marco Cinematographer
Sarah J. Holden Costumes/Costume Designer
Blake Leyh Score Composer
Jonathan Shoemaker Producer
Sarah Shopmaker Casting
Mark White Production Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Duane Incarnate
1. Opening Credits [6:04]
2. Wanda in Love [6:38]
3. Wanda's Boyfriend [5:01]
4. Snow in July [4:28]
5. Shangri-La [7:50]
6. Fessing Up [5:14]
7. Hooking Up [12:03]
8. It Wasn't Meant to Be [12:01]
9. Lost and Defeated [4:55]
10. Wanda's Wedding [6:51]
11. Mega Vitamins [6:36]
12. Closing Credits [2:46]

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Duane Incarnate 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Rented this on Netflix. We like Kristen Johnston and thought it would be fun. It was and then some. And the girl who plays Duane's girlfreind is a real find. I'm sure we'll be seeing more of her soon. Anyway, highly recommended.