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Blue Champagne (1992)

A man loses his wife to an indifferent bed. He is not sleeping with another woman but cannot make love with her. She abandons the marriage, leaving her husband the go back to his self ... See full summary »

Director:

Blaine Novak

Writer:

Blaine Novak
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Cast

Credited cast:
Diane Ladd
Jennifer Nicholson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Risa Benson ... Sister
Rebecca Broussard ... Rachel
Jeff East ... Sam
Jonathan Silverman ... Bob
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Storyline

A man loses his wife to an indifferent bed. He is not sleeping with another woman but cannot make love with her. She abandons the marriage, leaving her husband the go back to his self destructive ways that, in the end, she hopes will kill him. As he searches for his poison, he finds a gun instead, puts it in his mouth and, just before he pulls the trigger, he wonders how it got there and who put it there so conveniently. Written by Blaine Novak

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Drama

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 October 1992 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$1,700,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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First and only film financed and produced by Jack Nicholson. See more »

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Blue Champagne revolutionary film making!
6 December 2005 | by jeffeastSee all my reviews

Great Film Noir! Blaine Novak is brilliant! The first of its kind!After this film made the rounds at the film festivals,a lot of writers and directors stole from this film in the nineties! Great job! Novak should direct and write more! Jonathan Silverman fans should take notice if they can find this groovy little movie! Should of won some awards on its own merit!Every guy out there in the world should take notice of this film.The music of Louis Armstrong and Manhattan Transfer sets the tone of the film.Richard Sawyer's art direction is wonderful and the smoke that fills the screen will kill ya! Wish the film was a little longer I could get into the lives of Bob and Sam.


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