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Product Details

Release Date: 07/24/2012
UPC: 0715515096713
Original Release: 1990
Rating: PG-13
Source: Criterion
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:39:00
Sales rank: 3,815

Special Features

Audio Commentary by Stillman, Editor Christopher Tellefsen, and Actors Christopher Eigeman and Taylor Nichols; Rare Outtakes and alternate Casting, with Commentary by Stillman; ; Plus: An Essay by Critic Luc Sante

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Carolyn Farina Audrey Rouget
Edward Clements Tom Townsend
Christopher Eigeman Nick Smith
Taylor Nichols Charlie Black
Allison Rutledge-Parisi Jane Clarke
Dylan Hundley Sally Fowler
Isabel Gillies Cynthia McClean
Bryan Leder Fred Neff
Will Kempe Rick Von Sloneker
Stephen Uys Victor Lemley
Ellia Thompson Serena Slocum
Alice Connorton Mrs. Townsend
Roget W. Kirby Man at Bar
Catherine Atzen Herself
Blayne Perry Actor
Tomas R. Voth Cab Driver
Donal Lardner Ward North Greenwich Preppie
Linda Gillies Mrs. Rouget
John Carroll Lynch Allen Green
Caroline Bennett Sabina (Texas Deb)
Frank Creighton Cadet Frawley
Joel S. Schreiber A.T. Harris Salesman
J. Harden Rose TV Voice of Debutante Ball
Victoria Chickering SFPR Friend (Early-nighter)
Kevin Schack SFPR Friend (Early-nighter)
Tina Thornton SFPR Friend (Early-nighter)
Andrew Lyle SFPR Friend (Early-nighter)
Hank Poley SFRP Friend (Early-nighter)

Technical Credits
Whit Stillman Director,Co-producer,Producer,Screenwriter
Mary Jane Fort Costumes/Costume Designer
Brian Greenbaum Co-producer
John Thomas Cinematographer
Tom Judson Score Composer,Songwriter
Mark Suozzo Score Composer
Christopher Tellefsen Editor
Peter Wentworth Co-producer

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Metropolitan 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The cinematic equivelent of a JD Salinger book. Sparkling, witty dialogue & an amazing cast of newcomers. Keenly observant and pithy. Now if only Stillman's third film In his self-described "Bougeouis Trilogy," "Last Days Of Disco" would be re-released on DVD...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago