P.S.

P.S.

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Director: Dylan Kidd

Cast: Dylan Kidd, Laura Linney, Topher Grace, Gabriel Byrne

     
 

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Directed by Dylan Kidd, P.S. follows Louise Harrington (Laura Linney), a divorcee who works in Columbia University's School of Fine Arts and at first glance seems utterly satisfied with her life. The thirties-odd woman has found success in the workplace, is respected among her peers, and is fairly confident in her own abilities -- yet, she can't help but feel

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Directed by Dylan Kidd, P.S. follows Louise Harrington (Laura Linney), a divorcee who works in Columbia University's School of Fine Arts and at first glance seems utterly satisfied with her life. The thirties-odd woman has found success in the workplace, is respected among her peers, and is fairly confident in her own abilities -- yet, she can't help but feel something is missing. When she arranges to interview a prospective student at least 15 years younger than she is, she's shocked to find out he is the spitting image of her high-school sweetheart, an artist who had died in a tragic car accident before they graduated. After the interview, Louise and Scott (Topher Grace) waste no time before getting romantically involved. Their motives aren't entirely clear -- Louise may be longing for her former flame, while Scott could be trying to assure himself a position in the Ivy League by whatever means necessary -- but that doesn't stop them. Elsewhere, Missy (Marcia Gay Harden), Louise's best friend from high school makes a play for Scott herself. Complicating issues further is the looming presence of Peter (Gabriel Byrne), Louise's ex-husband, and her recently sober brother (Paul Rudd). ~ Tracie Cooper

Product Details

Release Date:
02/08/2005
UPC:
0043396099968
Original Release:
2004
Rating:
R
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:30:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Audio commentary; Deleted scenes; Bonus previews

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Laura Linney Louise Harrington
Topher Grace F. Scott Feinstadt
Gabriel Byrne Peter Harrington
Marcia Gay Harden Missy Davis
Paul Rudd Sammy Silverstein
Lois Smith Ellie Silverstein

Technical Credits
Dylan Kidd Director,Screenwriter
Joaquin Baca-Asay Cinematographer
Allen Bain Co-producer
Stephen Beatrice Production Designer
Anne Chaisson Producer
John Hart Producer
John Hart Producer
Michael Hogan Executive Producer
Robert Kessel Producer
Sandrich, Mackey, Weidman & De Miguel Casting
Kate Sanford Editor
Helen Schulman Screenwriter
Jeff Sharp Producer
Craig Wedren Score Composer
Amy Westcott Costumes/Costume Designer
Nina Wolarsky Associate Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Titles/Admissions [3:46]
2. My Only Friend [2:53]
3. F. Scott Feinstadt [3:34]
4. At Home [5:06]
5. Abstract and Figurative [5:11]
6. A Great Deal of Promise [2:57]
7. Executive Recruitment [4:16]
8. In Bliss [4:35]
9. Making Promises [4:33]
10. Addicted to Sex [5:59]
11. Step Nine [4:12]
12. Just Add Water [2:36]
13. A Matter of Trust [4:04]
14. A Pretend Game [6:38]
15. Look at Me [2:18]
16. Mother's Arms [2:44]
17. Universal Pity [2:57]
18. Pattern Recognition [2:17]
19. Sharing Scott [2:13]
20. Back From the Dead [2:59]
21. Too Mystical [5:50]
22. Gorgeous Snow Flake [3:42]
23. Beautiful Work [5:03]
24. End Credits [4:41]

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P.S. 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A flowing collage of sensuality, longing, loneliness, hurt and art. If you like Laura Linney than you will love this film, one of her best in my opinion.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The plot was genious, but the movie was played out terribly, didnt show how much she loved her first love, just expected the audience to guess she loved him a lot, and the ending was just terrible.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Okay lets make a movie... one that has a lot of heart, a great story, and one of the hottest love scenes while the actors are still clothed... that is what you have here. P.S. is a good movie that could have been great if it had not been edited for the masses of people who refuse to look beyond flashy, drug ridded, volence ladden movies to one that really has heart. This is the story of a woman who truily felt love once in her life only to have it taken away from her by her best friend then a car crash. He is taken from her but by some miracle it seems that his dooplerglander has been born, someone who looks like him, acts like him and even paints like him. Could it really be her dead first love? This movie would have been better if deleted scenes had been added and with a different ending but all in all it is diffently worth a look at.... hey and if all else fails read the book.