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Holy Matrimony
     

Holy Matrimony

Director: Leonard Nimoy, Patricia Arquette, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Armin Mueller-Stahl

Cast: Leonard Nimoy, Patricia Arquette, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Armin Mueller-Stahl

 

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As if losing both her husband and her money isn't enough, a woman in her mid-20s also finds herself married to a 12-year-old boy (who doesn't even like her) in the comedy Holy Matrimony. Havana (Patricia Arquette) is an aspiring showgirl who is working at a sleazy carnival while she dreams of her big break. Short on cash, Havana's boyfriend Peter (Tate Donovan)

Overview

As if losing both her husband and her money isn't enough, a woman in her mid-20s also finds herself married to a 12-year-old boy (who doesn't even like her) in the comedy Holy Matrimony. Havana (Patricia Arquette) is an aspiring showgirl who is working at a sleazy carnival while she dreams of her big break. Short on cash, Havana's boyfriend Peter (Tate Donovan) comes up with a plan; while Havana flirts with her boss, Peter will swipe his keys and lift the day's take from the carnival's safe. After grabbing the cash, Havana and Peter hightail it to Canada, where Peter figures that they can hole up with his family. However, Peter didn't always lead a life of crime; he was raised in a Hutterite community, and while Peter's Uncle Wilhelm (Armin Mueller-Stahl) and younger brother Ezechiel (Joseph Gordon Levitt) are glad to see him, they don't think much of Havana, whose brassy personality convinces them that she was the one who led Peter down the wrong path. To make peace with his family, Peter marries Havana, but not long after, he dies in a car wreck. Hutterite custom demands that when a man dies, his widow is to marry his brother; the catch in this case is that Ezechiel is only 12 years old and understandably not interested in matrimony. However, Havana agrees to the marriage, largely because Ezechiel knows where Peter stashed the earnings from the robbery and Havana does not. Havana's ignorance of Hutterite traditions and lack of enthusiasm for their austere lifestyle is a matter of no small annoyance to her, but Ezechiel shrewdly uses his knowledge about Peter's hidden bankroll to persuade Havana to lead a more righteous life. Holy Matrimony was directed by Leonard Nimoy in one of his periodic breaks from acting.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/14/2003
UPC:
0786936209792
Original Release:
1994
Rating:
PG
Source:
Walt Disney Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Surround]
Time:
1:33:00

Special Features

Dolby Digital surround sound; Widescreen (1.85:1) enhanced for 16 x 9 televisions

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Patricia Arquette Havana
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Zeke
Armin Mueller-Stahl Wilhelm
Tate Donovan Peter
John Schuck Markowski
Lois Smith Orna
Courtney B. Vance Cooper
Jeffrey Nordling Link
Richard Riehle Mr. Greeson
Mary Pat Gleason Female Officer
Jess Schwidde Samuel
Frank Novak Teacher
Bubba Smith Hutterite Boy
Betty King Wife
Alan Blumenfeld Married Man

Technical Credits
Leonard Nimoy Director
Rachel Abroms Casting
Deena Appel Costumes/Costume Designer
Peter E. Berger Editor
Marty Bolger Sound/Sound Designer
Bruce Broughton Score Composer
Bobby Bukowski Cinematographer
Ann Carli Producer
Douglas S. Cook Producer,Screenwriter
H.H. Cooper Asst. Director
Robert W. Cort Executive Producer
David Crank Production Designer
Ted Field Executive Producer
Wendy Finerman Executive Producer
Peter C. Frank Editor
Daniel Jason Heffner Producer
Lane Janger Producer
David Madden Producer
Diane Nabatoff Producer
Owens Hill Casting
Diana Phillips Co-producer
Edward Pisoni Production Designer
Benjamin Rosenberg Asst. Director
William Stuart Producer
David Weisberg Screenwriter

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Titles [9:03]
2. Jerusalem [7:08]
3. Hide the Money [5:21]
4. Go to Town [9:17]
5. "I Do" [6:49]
6. Where's the Money? [12:47]
7. Return the Money [5:47]
8. Lucky Lil's [8:29]
9. Have You Seen Them? [5:26]
10. Left Alone [7:27]
11. Almost Home [11:28]
12. End Credits [3:46]

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