Moonlight Mile

Moonlight Mile

Director: Brad Silberling Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Dustin Hoffman, Susan Sarandon
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Overview

Moonlight Mile

Frequent television director Brad Silberling directs the romantic drama Moonlight Mile. Set in a Massachusetts town in the early '70s, Joe Nast (Jake Gyllenhaal) is distraught after the death of his fiancée. He moves in with her parents, Ben (Dustin Hoffman) and JoJo (Susan Sarandon), while trying to sort out all of the legal troubles and painful details of the wedding cancellations. While trying to locate the wedding invitations in the mail, Joe meets Bertie (Ellen Pompeo), whose boyfriend has been MIA in Vietnam. Despite his growing relationship with his late fiancée's parents, Joe begins to foster a romance with Bertie. Also starring Dabney Coleman and Holly Hunter. Moonlight Mile is based on Brad Silberling's real-life situation following the murder of his TV-star girlfriend Rebecca Schaeffer.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/11/2003
UPC: 0786936210057
Original Release: 2002
Rating: PG13
Source: Walt Disney Video

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jake Gyllenhaal Joe Nast
Dustin Hoffman Ben Floss
Susan Sarandon JoJo Floss
Ellen Pompeo Bertie Knox
Holly Hunter Mona Camp
Richard T. Jones Ty
Alan Corduner Stan Michaels
Dabney Coleman Mike Mulcahey
Alexia Landeau Cheryl
Audrey Marie Anderson Audrey Anders
John Balma Walter Ketch
J. Tom Carey Baxter
Gordon Clapp Tanner
Lenny Clarke Gordy
Bob Clendenin Server
Tom Dahlgren Judge
Richard Fancy Mr. Meyerson
Fatty Nixon, the Dog
Lev Friedman Cantor
Jim Fyfe Server
Mary Catherine Garrison Caroline
Marcia Mitzman Gaven Fashion Plate
Jessica Gee Voice Only
Roxanne Hart June Mulcahey
Gary Hetzler Speedwalker
Lisa Anne Hillman Jillian Mulcahey
Alexandra Hoffman Diner Granddaughter
Colombe Jacobsen Patty
Elizabeth Janas Cheryl's Friend
Edward Lachman Photographer
Lady Nixon, the Dog
Mark Lotito Diner Manager
Caitlin McKenna Voice Only
Careena Melia Diana Floss
Richard Messing Rabbi
Michael Molly Fay Ray, the Cat
Dee Nelson Waitress
Virginia Newcomb Cheryl's Friend
Paul Pape Voice Only
Billy Percy Fay Ray, the Cat
Paul Perri Public Defender
Phil Reeves Mr. Don Tippet
McNally Sagal Mrs. Tippet
Sandy Simpson Voice Only
Rachel Singer Rhonda Ketch
Slick Earl Fay Ray, the Cat
Mary Ellen Trainor Mrs. Meyerson
Robert Wahlberg Pinky
David Wheeler Diner Grandfather
Ken Kugler Conductor

Technical Credits
Brad Silberling Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Ashok Amritraj Executive Producer
Lisa Churgin Editor
Cinesite Special Effects
Brian W. Cook Co-producer
Gina B. Cranham Set Decoration/Design
Pud Cusack Sound Mixer
Kathleen Cusack Sound/Sound Designer
Charles Daboub Art Director
Nancy Doyle Casting
David Hoberman Executive Producer
Mark Isham Score Composer
Mark Johnson Producer
Avy Kaufman Casting
Richard King Sound/Sound Designer
Kathy Lucas Set Decoration/Design
Rusty Mahmood Asst. Director
Chitra Mojtabai Asst. Director
Michele Panelli-Venetis Asst. Director
Phedon Papamichael Cinematographer
Joe Rossi Makeup
Rick Sharp Makeup
Dawn Solér Musical Direction/Supervision
Missy Stewart Production Designer
Leeann Stonebreaker Production Manager
Susan Sarandon Executive Producer
Rick Tiedeman Camera Operator
Maura Tighe Casting
Tighe & Doyle Casting Casting
Michelle Panelli Venetis Asst. Director
Patricia Whitcher Executive Producer
Mark Worthington Art Director
Mary Zophres Costumes/Costume Designer

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Moonlight Mile 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Moonlight Mile is maybe the greatest movie I've ever seen. It has so much compassion that it literally erupts with poignancy. If you're looking for a movie with spirit, love, and wit, this is it. Not to mention, the star is Jake Gyllenhaal!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was simply fantastic...it made you feel every emotion all at once! Jake Gyllenhaal did a splendid job, and Susan Sarandon and Dustin Hoffman couldn't have been any more excellent. Two thumbs way up.
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