Open Window

Open Window

Director: Mia Goldman Cast: Robin Tunney, Joel Edgerton, Cybill Shepherd

DVD (Wide Screen)

Overview

Mia Goldman's psychological drama Open Window stars Joel Edgerton and Robbin Tunney as a husband and wife who have intense professional lives, but are able to rely on each other during their time together at home. One night the wife is raped, sending her into a depression that threatens to crumble the marriage. Elliott Gould and Cybil Shepherd portray the wife's parents.

Product Details

Release Date: 12/09/2008
UPC: 0014381509625
Original Release: 2005
Source: Image Entertainment
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:38:00

Special Features

Audio commentary by writer-director Mia Goldman, producers Thomas Barad and Midge Sanford, cinematographer Denis Maloney and editor Heather Persons; "Inside Open Window" featurette; Director's Story: Her Survival From Sexual Assault; Public service announcement from Rainn by Cybill Shepherd; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robin Tunney Izzy
Joel Edgerton Peter
Cybill Shepherd Arlene
Matt Keeslar Actor
Scott Wilson Eddie
Shirley Knight Actor
Elliott Gould John

Technical Credits
Mia Goldman Director,Screenwriter
Thomas K. Barad Producer
Yann Delpuech Sound/Sound Designer
Barbara Dunphy Production Designer
Cliff Eidelman Score Composer
Todd Field Executive Producer
Robert Grieve Sound/Sound Designer
Lasse Hallström Executive Producer
Tabitha Johnson Costumes/Costume Designer
Denis Maloney Cinematographer
John Mattingly Asst. Director
Heather Persons Editor
Judy Rossi Associate Producer
James Sall Musical Direction/Supervision
Midge Sanford Producer
Joel Shryack Sound/Sound Designer
Edward Tise Sound/Sound Designer
Mia Levinson Wheeler Casting
Noreen Wilkie Makeup

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Open Window
1. Main Title [2:30]
2. Dinner for Two [3:07]
3. A Violent Act [12:24]
4. Chasing Phantoms [13:35]
5. Disengaged [6:55]
6. Deep Inside [10:02]
7. Peter Visits His Father [9:43]
8. An Unfixable Situation [2:49]
9. Elbow-Room [7:44]
10. Love and Gratitude [10:46]
11. No More Thinking [8:46]
12. End Credits [4:48]

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Open Window 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Tearjerker... you'll miss half of your life if you aint watching this movie. Robin Tunney.. FTW!!!!! \m/...:)
niafong More than 1 year ago
In this tearjerker of a movie and its rollercoaster, a couple must get over the fact that the fiance has been raped and the way that people get along after that situation is very that realistic. It is a hard thing to watch, but also one must understand that these things happen and I liked how the movie did not have a totally happy ending. It was more about the closure of the rape, but it was also about the ending of their innocence, hence the open window title.