Sordid LivesDirector: Del Shores
The dark comedy Sordid Lives comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.77:1. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. English subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include a commentary track recorded by numerous people involved in the production, and deleted scenes/i>… See more details below
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The dark comedy Sordid Lives comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.77:1. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. English subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include a commentary track recorded by numerous people involved in the production, and deleted scenes with optional commentary. This is a solid release from 20th Century Fox of a little seen film.
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- 20th Century Fox
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- [Wide Screen]
- [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Cast & Crew
|Newell Alexander||Wardell Owens|
|Rosemary Alexander||Dr. Eve Bollinger|
|Bonnie Bedelia||Latrelle Williamson|
|Beau Bridges||G. W. Nethercott|
|Earl Bullock||Ty Williamson|
|Delta Burke||Noleta Nethercott|
|Kirk Geiger||Ty Williamson|
|Beth Grant||Sissy Hickey|
|Sarah Hunley||Juanita Bartlett|
|Leslie Jordan||Brother Boy "Earl" Ingram|
|Olivia Newton-John||Bitsy Mae Harling|
|Ann Walker||LaVonda Dupree|
|Mary Margaret Lewis||Actor|
|Paula Avazian||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Gail Carroll-Coe||Sound/Sound Designer|
|George S. Clinton||Score Composer|
|Steve Cubine||Art Director,Associate Producer,Production Designer|
|Monica Deeter||Associate Producer|
|James Echerd||Associate Producer,Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Robert Gravenor||Sound/Sound Designer|
|J. Todd Harris||Producer|
|Scott J. Jones||Co-producer|
|Jourdan E. Krauss||Associate Producer|
|William Edward Phipps||Co-producer|
|Linda Katzen Swartz||Co-producer|
|Brian Terwilliger||Asst. Director|
1. Opening Credits
2. Husky Jeans
3. Peggy On My Mind
4. GW's Made Me a Fool
5. Who's Coming to the Funeral
6. Tired of Bitching it Up
7. Brothers Boy's Therapy
8. Circle of Life
9. I Am Not a Fool!
10. Thelma and Louise
11. No I Won't!
12. Sordid Lives
13. Wardell to the Rescue
14. I'm Gay
15. The Funeral
16. End Credits
Director/Producer/Cast Audio Commentary
Stories by Del Shores and Sharyn Lane
Will the Circle Be Unbroken
Ty's Ruth Buzzl Monologue
Noleta Makes a Tuna Casserole
Sissy and Vera Gossip About Noleta
Latrelle Stops by Motel Where Mama Met Her Maker
Sissy and Vera Gossip About Brother Boy
Ty's Coming Out Monologue
Brother Boy and Wardell Come Home
G.W. and Noleta Go Home
The Corpse Goes Off
Commentary by the Director And Cast On/Off
Del Shores & Sharyn Lane: It's About a Scandal...
Del Shores & Sharyn Lane: Blessed With Our Cast
Del Shores & Sharyn Lane: The Play Opened...
Bonnie Bedella: It's Very Funny
Bonnie Bedella: My Favorite Scene
Bonnie Bedella: I Played the Truth
Kirk Gelger: The Greatest Challenge
Kirk Gelger: Coming Out Twice
Kirk Gelger: Working With Bonnie
Leslie Jordan: 199 Lashes and Red High Heels
Leslie Jordan: Lip-synching
Rosemary Alexander: The Spirit of Del Shores
Newell Alexander: The Truth About Texas Characters
Newell Alexander: Everybody Served the Project
Newell Alexander: Switching From the Stage
Beth Grant: The Response
Beth Grant: All My Friends
Ann Walker: I Love LaVonda
Ann Walker: It's About Acceptance
Earl H. Bullock: Odell
Earl H. Bullock: Actors' Freedom
Sarah Hunley: Daddy's Dying
Sarah Hunley: Bigger Than Life
Director/Producer/Cast Audio Commentary On/Off
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I saw this in Palm Springs it is said to be the only place it is playing but we cannot figure out why. It is a greaT ADULT COMEDY AND I SAW IT TWICE IN ONE WEEK.Others in theatre had seen it 5 to 7 times.The nudity scene is done tastefully.It relates to a lot of families who are not always proud of their relatives.I would see it again.
Simply put, a great movie! Outstanding. I need not say anymore.
I saw this movie about 2 years ago in a film festival and I had tried for 2 years to get it back to my area. It finally came back and again the theater was laughing so hard that you couldn't hear the entire thing. Fantastic funny moveie.
A great film which for some reason has been pretty much ignored by the rest of the country while achieving full cult status in Palm Springs. It has been elevated to the level of Rocky Horror Picture Show and Beach Blanket Babylon here in the desert; it's the one thing you have to take each of your out-of-town visitors to see. It's poignantly acted and riotously funny. I'm waiting for Del Shores to do another film...and when he does, I'll be first in line. Don't miss Sordid Lives or you'll hate yourself in the morning.
I saw this film a year ago in Palm Springs - where it is still playing at least twice a day - and it is the funniest film I've seen in ages. You can't help but laugh out loud. Well written, well acted, and well directed. It's too bad it is overlooked. The local video rental and purchase places have never heard of it. Everyone needs to see this film!!!
''Sordid Lives'' made me laugh so hard I had tears on my face. Hours after seeing it, I was still laughing about lines from this movie. Today I went online and purchased it since no video stores in my area had it. I plan to watch it MANY times and invite people to watch it with me. Being a southern woman, I have relatives exactly like every character in this movie -- which made me howl with laughter!
The best comedy I have ever seen. There's no lull in the humor, you can hardley catch your breath between bursts of laughter!
IF YOU LIKE CULT MOVIES THIS WILL REPLACE YOUR LAST ONE, IT IS THE ALL TIME BEST!
This movie is the most enjoyable film I've seen in a long time, and gets funnier and funnier each time seen.
Hilarious. The characters are the epitome of their stereotypes. This movie is a must. Certainly, in my top 5 list for funniest movies of all time.
This is one of the most hysterical films ever made. The more you watch it, the funnier it gets. You'll be quoting lines from this one forever. Worth it to have in your DVD library. It's a must see.