Kiss the Sky

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Jeff William L. Petersen and Marty Gary Cole are two businessmen who are sent to the Philippines for a project. The two men share a growing disenchantment with their professional lives and the responsibilities of adulthood, so they impulsively go on a drug and alcohol-fueled bender in search of the lost freedom and joie de vivre of youth.
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Jeff William L. Petersen and Marty Gary Cole are two businessmen who are sent to the Philippines for a project. The two men share a growing disenchantment with their professional lives and the responsibilities of adulthood, so they impulsively go on a drug and alcohol-fueled bender in search of the lost freedom and joie de vivre of youth.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/6/2000
  • UPC: 027616849922
  • Original Release: 1998
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  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:45:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Gary Cole
William Petersen
Terence Stamp
Sheryl Lee
Patricia Charbonneau
Season Hubley
Technical Credits
Roger M. Young Director
Eric Lerner Producer, Screenwriter
Donald M. Morgan Cinematographer
Matthew O'Connor Executive Producer
James L. Schoppe Production Designer
Benjamin A. Weissman Editor
Patrick Williams Score Composer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Selection
1. Title/Credits/Intro [1:43]
2. Just An Accident [3:01]
3. The Monthly Nut [2:35]
4. New Music [3:48]
5. Give And Take [3:48]
6. Opium Den [3:55]
7. That Old Feeling [3:07]
8. Dinner Plans [3:21]
9. Seekers [3:37]
10. To The Chase [5:44]
11. Perfect Night [2:15]
12. Between Friends [5:25]
13. Alive Again! [3:09]
14. Sensualo Monastery [2:31]
15. Masquerade [4:27]
16. Back In Manila [1:06]
17. Livable World [2:51]
18. Honor Buddha [6:19]
19. The Apex [1:59]
20. Tricky Triangle [3:42]
21. "Fog Of Despair" [4:37]
22. Broken Down [2:56]
23. Andy's Wake [8:52]
24. Monsoon! [3:48]
25. Paradise Lost [3:10]
26. Like A Man [3:00]
27. Home [5:34]
28. End Credits [2:01]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ADULTERY AND ABANDONING KIDS ARE NEVER JUSTIFIED

    Two hours of misogyny and sociopathology. Just pathetic. Sorry, "Guys", but there are far too many normal, functional, sane, kind, men in the world for you to get away with describing this cruelty festival as "masculine". No way. Real men just don't pull this sort of stunt. Sounds to me like you really hate men (yourselves and everyone else). Otherwise, you'd have more self respect and respect for others.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    We should all suffer so grieviously

    This is definitely a man's movie, no women allowed. The discussion of what defines a man, success, money, family is re-examined during a road trip that only middle aged men would truly understand. I loved the symbolism, the characters and the scenery. The main characters were well developed, thought the wives were a little too understanding (I was thinking death as a result). Excellent film overall, I have recommended it to my 8 brothers and we will be watching it during our own road trip this fall in West Virginia.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Sometimes life is tough

    I must admit I bought the movie for the erotic content but I enjoyed watching it because of a good storyline. The movie is a little strong on suffering in the Buddhist tradition. I liked how the movie made me re-examine my beliefs.

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