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									THE WEDDING WEEKEND
                            A Film By
                         BRUCE LEDDY


                           STARRING
 DAVID ALAN BASCHE                     DAVID HARBOUR
   CHRIS BOWERS                       ELIZABETH REASER
SAMRAT CHAKRABARTI                       REG ROGERS
 ALEXANDER CHAPLIN                     MOLLY SHANNON
  ROSEMARIE DEWITT                       LIZ STAUBER
  MARK FEUERSTEIN                     CAMILLA THORSSON




- Run time 95 Mins   -       35mm       -      Dolby SR   -
    FILM FESTIVAL OFFICIAL SELECTIONS


   HBO US COMEDY ARTS FESTIVAL, ASPEN
      WINNER – Audience Award, Best Feature

        GENART FESTIVAL, NEW YORK

        BOSTON INTL. FILM FESTIVAL

     RHODE ISLAND INTL. FILM FESTIVAL
      WINNER – Audience Award, Best Feature
      WINNER – First Place, Best Score (jury)

  REBELFEST INTL. FILM FESTIVAL, TORONTO

       BRECKENRIDGE FILM FESTIVAL
      WINNER – Audience Award, Best Feature
       WINNER – Best of Fest/Comedy (jury)

        ROME INTL. FILM FESTIVAL, GA
      WINNER – Audience Award, Best Feature

       HAMPTONS INTL. FILM FESTIVAL

FT. LAUDERDALE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
           WINNER – Best Indie Comedy

        GARDEN STATE FILM FESTIVAL
              WINNER – Best Feature

       WELLFLEET FILM FESTIVAL, MA
           WINNER – AUDIENCE AWARD
       THE WEDDING WEEKEND/INTRODUCTION

THE WEDDING WEEKEND is a warm spirited comedy about a group of 30-something
college friends who are reuniting 15 years later to sing at a friend‟s wedding in the
Hamptons. With wives, girlfriends, and one Swedish nanny in tow, the group spends a
long weekend together, discovering how their lives have progressed – and in some cases
regressed -- since their college heyday. Secrets are revealed, relationships are
readjusted, and a good time is had by all.

The independent film is written, directed, and produced by Bruce Leddy. Eliza Steel is
the Co-Producer. Cinematography is by Clyde Smith. Bill DeRonde is the Editor. Jeff
Cardoni is the composer.

Renowned Casting Director Avy Kaufman -- whose credits include such illustrious films
as Brokeback Mountain, Syriana, and Capote -- worked with director Leddy to assemble
an ensemble cast of some New York‟s finest actors including: David Harbour, a 2005
Tony Nominee for “Who‟s Afraid of Virginia Woolf;” Molly Shannon of “Saturday
Night Live” and numerous films including Year of the Dog and Marie Antoinette; Mark
Feuerstein of In Her Shoes, What Women Want, and “The West Wing;” Reg Rogers of
Analyze That, Runaway Bride, and I Shot Andy Warhol; David Alan Basche, from
Universal Pictures‟ acclaimed United 93 and Steven Spielberg‟s War of the Worlds; and
Elizabeth Reaser, who starred in Sweetland, and The Family Stone and was a 2007
Emmy nominee for her role on” Grey‟s Anatomy.”

The group in the film has discovered that life doesn‟t play out quite as smoothly as they
thought it would when they left their collegiate ivory tower. “I decided that the Denis
Leary ditty „Life‟s Gonna Suck When You Grow Up,‟ was this crowd‟s anthem,” says
writer/director Leddy. “We‟re finding them at the particular moment that comes to all of
us when you discover you actually have to make some hard choices to become a real
grown up. Many of these characters are at a bend in the road, and the movie is about how
they navigate it, with the help of the women in their lives as well as each other.”

The movie was filmed in New York City and in the Hamptons on Long Island. It
premiered at the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen where it won the Audience
Award/Best Feature. It has gone on to win 9 film festival awards including the Audience
Award/Best Feature at the Rhode Island International Film Festival, and the Breckenridge
Film Festival, the Best Indie Comedy at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival,
and Best Feature at the Garden State Film Festival.
               THE WEDDING WEEKEND /SYNOPSIS

THE WEDDING WEEKEND is a warm spirited comedy about a group of men who sang
together in a group in college. Fifteen years later they reunite to perform at a friend‟s
wedding. During a long weekend together --with their wives, girlfriends, and one
Swedish nanny in tow -- the men reflect on how their lives have progressed -- and in
some cases, regressed --since their college heyday.

The movie opens in flashback with the group in peak form, singing at their senior concert
in 1991. With the naiveté of their “ivory tower” view, they all fully expect to become
masters of their chosen fields. In present day New York City, however, life has not gone
entirely as planned. David (David Harbour) is far from the software entrepreneur he
envisioned and instead is taking calls from computer illiterates as a technical support
supervisor. Richard (Reg Rogers)– while a successful trademark attorney – is fresh off a
divorce from a woman who, it turns out, no one ever liked in the first place. Will (Samrat
Chakrabarti) makes ends meet as a recording studio lackey while he struggles to make it
as an actor. And Ted (Alexander Chaplin), an uptight businessman whose wife frequently
reminds him that making money is his only talent, is about to lose his job.

When fellow singer Greg (Mark Feuerstein) announces he‟s getting married on Long
Island and wants the group to sing at the wedding, a plan is set in motion to rehearse for a
long weekend at the family beach house of Spooner, the iconoclastic, Zen-like member of
the group. Steven (David Alan Basche) – the one member considered “successful” by the
others – is recruited from LA where he produces TV, including his latest venture: a
reality show about “Wheel of Fortune” hostess Vanna White.

At the weekend house, we meet the significant others: Ted‟s very-outspoken wife Trish
(Molly Shannon), whose raging lust isn‟t helping with Ted‟s stress; David‟s grounded
wife Dana (Rosemarie DeWitt), who longs for her husband to grow out of his extended
adolescence and agree to have children; Will‟s new girlfriend, Julep (Elizabeth Reaser), a
smart and funny woman whom everyone assumes is a beard for Will‟s latent
homosexuality; and Steven‟s Hollywood wife Michelle (Liz Stauber) who turns out to be
not quite as Type A as she seems. And then there‟s Elsa (Camilla Thorsson), Steven and
Michelle‟s twenty-three year old Swedish nanny, who brings out the worst of the men‟s
post-adolescent behavior and pre-mid-life angst. The group has always been obsessed
with a fear of aging and of running out of time to achieve their lofty goals, and Elsa‟s
voluptuous presence is like a neon sign that points to their ebbing hairlines.

One bar room brawl, nostalgic skinny dip, near death experience, surprising sex fantasy,
and miraculously salvaged wedding later, these lifelong friends have readjusted their
perspective. In the end, they raise their voices in song to what‟s good and true in their
lives.
    BRUCE LEDDY / WRITER/PRODUCER/DIRECTOR


Bruce Leddy is currently the Executive Producer and Director of MADtv, the long-
running Emmy Award winning Fox network late night sketch comedy series. He
produced and directed the prime time comedy series The Rerun Show for NBC, and
directed the Fox network holiday special CinderElmo, for which he received a Directors
Guild of America Award nomination. Bruce has written and directed short films for the
“MTV Movie Awards” and “MTV Video Music Awards,” and through his production
company BLIP, he has written, directed and produced television specials for the Austin
Powers and Wayne’s World movies with Mike Myers. Bruce got his start as a
writer/producer at MTV in New York, where he currently has an original comedy series
in development.

Bruce grew up in Columbus, Ohio and Montclair, New Jersey and graduated from
Williams College, where he sang a cappella as a member of The Williams Octet. His
experiences singing with the Octet and with an alumni group in New York, The
Lemmings, were the inspiration for this project. He currently lives in Santa Monica,
California with his wife, Doreen, and his two children Owen and Charlotte, who make
their film debut in the reception scene.




               AVY KAUFMAN / CASTING DIRECTOR

Acclaimed casting director Avy Kaufman has more than seventy-five credits to her name,
including such recent major films as: The Bourne Ultimatum, American Gangster, Baby
Mama, Brokeback Mountain, Syriana, Cinderella Man, and Capote. “When Avy agreed
to do the project based on the script,” says Leddy, “I felt like I‟d won the lottery.”
Combining well-known stars and break-out performers in pitch perfect blends, Avy has
cast such award winning ensemble projects as the HBO series “Empire Falls,“ the break-
out independent film Garden State (dir. Zach Braff), David Mamet‟s satire State and
Main, and the John Sayles drama Lone Star.
                                           The Cast


                        Molly Shannon / Trish Molly is in production as the star of
                        the upcoming NBC comedy series Kath and Kim. She recently starred as the
                        lead character in the feature Year of the Dog, written/directed by Mike White
                        and produced by Jack Black. She was also featured in the films Gray Matters
                        with Heather Graham, Evan Almighty, starring Steve Carell. and Sofia
                        Coppola‟s Marie Antoinette. She also had the opportunity to perform on-
                        screen opposite her Saturday Night Live co-star Will Farrell in Talladega
                        Nights. Other film credits include Scary Movie 4, Serendipity, opposite John
                        Cusack and Kate Beckinsale, and the independent feature Wet Hot American
                        Summer.      Additional credits include: Analyze This, Todd Solondz‟s
                        controversial Happiness, and Never Been Kissed, opposite Drew Barrymore.
                        Molly spent six seasons on Saturday Night Live, creating such memorable
                        characters as Mary Katherine Gallagher (whom Molly brought to the big
                        screen in the feature film Superstar) and earning her an Emmy Award
                        nomination for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Musical
                        Program.


Mark Feuerstein / Greg Mark can be seen on-screen in the two
soon to be released feature films Defiance and Love Shack. He recently starred
with Stanley Tucci in the CBS series “3 Lbs.” He co-starred in the Curtis
Hanson film In Her Shoes, opposite Cameron Diaz and Toni Collette. His other
film work includes Stephen Gaghan‟s thriller Abandon with Katie Holmes, and
the role of Mel Gibson‟s sidekick in Nancy Meyer‟s What Women Want. His
additional film credits include: The Muse, Rules of Engagement, Woman on Top,
and Practical Magic. On television, Mark was a recurring guest star on NBC‟s
“The West Wing,” and was the lead of the NBC prime time series “Good
Morning Miami.” His New York theatre credits include The Last Night of
Ballyhoo on Broadway, Jules Feiffer‟s A Bad Friend at the Mitzi Newhouse
Theatre at Lincoln Center, and Roger Kumble‟s dark comedy about Hollywood,
Turnaround.
                               David Harbour / David David‟s film appearances include
                               Brokeback Mountain opposite Jake Gyllenhaal, War of the Worlds, and
                               Kinsey opposite Liam Neeson and Laura Linney. He was nominated for
                               a 2005 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Featured Role for his
                               performance as Nick in the Broadway revival of Edward Albee‟s Who’s
                               Afraid of Virginia Woolf? opposite Kathleen Turner and Bill Irwin, a role
                               he recently reprised in London‟s West End.




Elizabeth Reaser / Julep Elizabeth is currently starring on the
ABC hit series Grey’s Anatomy for which she received an Emmy nomination
last year. She co-starred in the TNT drama series Saved. She also starred in the
independent feature films Puccini for Beginners and Sweet Land which earned
her the Hamptons International Film Festival “Rising Star Award.” She co-
starred in Fox 2000‟s The Family Stone opposite Diane Keaton and Sarah
Jessica Parker and will next appear in the upcoming Ed Burns feature Purple
Violets.




                          David Alan Basche / Steven David is currently starring in
                          the NBC series Lipstick Jungle. Last year he starred in Universal Pictures‟
                          acclaimed film Flight 93 in the role of citizen-hero Todd Beamer, and in the
                          lead role of the upcoming independent feature First Time Caller. He also co-
                          starred in Steven Spielberg‟s War of the Worlds and appeared in Steven
                          Soderbergh‟s Full Frontal.




Rosemarie Dewitt / Dana Last season, Rosemarie starred in the
hour-long Fox drama series Standoff alongside actor Ron Livingston. Her film
credits include Ron Howard‟s Cinderella Man opposite Russell Crowe and
Renee Zellweger, writer/director James Ponsoldt‟s Off the Black, as well as
upcoming appearances in Margaret from writer/director Kenneth Lonergan, and
Purple Violets for director Ed Burns. Her work in the New York theatre
includes the role of Fanny in Small Tragedy at Playwright‟s Horizon, for which
she received an OBIE Award.
                             Reg Rogers / Richard Reg‟s film credits include roles in
                             Analyze That!, Igby Goes Down, and Runaway Bride opposite Richard
                             Gere, as well as numerous independent features. He was nominated for a
                             Tony Award for Best Actor in a Featured Role for his performance in the
                             Broadway revival of Philip Barry‟s Holiday.




Alexander Chaplin / Ted “Sandy” has been featured in lead
roles in the independent films Dog Gone Love and Alma Mater. His television
credits include the character of James Hobert as a series regular for five
seasons on ABC‟s Spin City, and he was featured on last season‟s Scrubs.




                             Liz Stauber / Michelle Liz‟s film credits include roles in
                             M. Night Shyamalan‟s The Village, Cameron Crowe‟s Almost Famous,
                             David O. Russell‟s Three Kings, and Peter Kosminsky‟s White Oleander.




Samrat Chakrabarti / Will Samrat, a true a cappella
veteran, performed vocal percussion and sang with the professional a cappella
group HyannisSound. As an undergraduate he founded VoiceMale, Brandeis
University‟s all-male a cappella group. He holds an MFA in Acting from
Harvard University. Samrat‟s film work includes roles in the independent
feature The War Within and Spike Lee‟s She Hate Me.
                            Chris Bowers / Spooner Chris has spent most of his
                            professional career as an aspiring rock and roll star but when he auditioned
                            for THE WEDDING WEEKEND by doing a spot-on performance of an
                            obscure David Bowie song, he was a shoe-in for the role of Spooner. He is
                            now a series regular on the acclaimed FX show Rescue Me. His other
                            independent film appearances include Off Islanders.




Camilla Thorsson / Elsa Camilla is a well known
international fashion model who is making her feature film debut in
THE WEDDING WEEKEND.
THE WEDDING WEEKEND /CREDITS
     Written, Produced, and Directed by
                     by
              BRUCE LEDDY


               Co-Producer
              ELIZA STEEL


            Executive Producers
         LISA MARCO MESSING
           ELLIOTT MESSING


            Executive Producers
              JANA OLSEN
             ERLEND OLSEN
             RICK CARLSON


                   Starring
           (in alphabetical order)


         DAVID ALAN BASCHE


            CHRIS BOWERS


       SAMRAT CHAKRABARTI


        ALEXANDER CHAPLIN


         ROSEMARIE DEWITT


          MARK FEUERSTEIN


           DAVID HARBOUR
ELIZABETH REASER


   REG ROGERS


 MOLLY SHANNON


   LIZ STAUBER


CAMILLA THORSSON


  Line Producer/UPM
MICHELE GIORDANO

     Casting
  AVY KAUFMAN

Director of Photography
   CLYDE SMITH

       Editor
  BILL DERONDE

 Production Designer
TIMOTHY WHIDBEE

  Costume Designer
  ERIKA MUNRO

      Composer
   JEFF CARDONI
(roll starts)


                 Production Coordinator TARA POWER

 Associate Producer/First Assistant Director AMANDA SLATER

                Second Assistant Director MIKE WALKER

                      Location Manager JOSH FARLEY

                          Key Make Up CASSANDRA SAULTER

                              Key Hair MARIA TANCREDI

                           Art Director JEANELLE MARIE

CAST
                                  David   DAVID HARBOUR
                                Richard   REG ROGERS
                                    Ted   AKEXANDER CHAPLIN
                               Spooner    CHRIS BOWERS
                                 Steven   DAVID ALAN BASCHE
                                   Greg   MARK FEUERSTEIN
                                   Will   SAMRAT CHAKRABARTI
                                  Dana    ROSEMARIE DEWITT
                                  Trish   MOLLY SHANNON
                                  Julep   ELIZABETH REASER
                               Michelle   LIZ STAUBER
                                   Elsa   CAMILLA THORRSON
                                 Sheila   JOANNA ADLER
                      Scary Prison Guy    BARRY CARL
                             Baby Jazz    NOLAN CHESNUT
                               Ad Exec    PETER JACOBSON
                         Street Heckler   ZACH STEEL
                              Tree Guy    JOSHUA BITON
                          Store Owner     DON SPARKS
                         Ted‟s Tammy      JUNE RAPHAEL
                            Ted‟s Boss    ROB CRAWFORD
                                   Kate   TARA MAGALSKI
                             Biker Guy    SALVATORE INZERILLO
                        Ted‟s Assistant   ISABELLA BODNAR
                       Spanish Speaker    SARAH LEWIS
                     The Wedding Kids     CHARLOTTE LEDDY, OWEN LEDDY
            The Shutmen Singers
              SEAN ALTMAN
             CHARLIE EVETT
            ELLIOTT KERMAN
               KEVIN WEIST
             WAYNE WILKINS
            MICHAEL WINTHER


   Wardrobe Supervisor ANDREA CUMMINGS

Assistant Costume Designer MATTHEW SIMONELLI

   Make Up Assistants MELODY POLTRINARI
               ERICA WHALEN
             SUZANNE MASON

       Hair Assistants LIZ MARTINELLI
                       ALLESSANDRA SANITATE
                       NIKKI HOVANEC

       Set Dressers/Props ALEXIS WEISS
                          EDUARDO GARABAL

         Prop Masters CHRIS POTTER
                      MORGAN SABIA

  Assistant Location Manager SARA MARTINEZ

         Locations Intern ALEX PERRY

  Production Sound Mixer BRIAN COURCHINE

      Boom Operator JUSTIN GADBERRY

      Stedicam Operator VICTOR MECIAS

       First Assistant Camera MIKE BEST

    Second Assistant Camera CHRIS PIAZZA

  Additional Camera Assistants STEVE BRIANTE
                               GORDON ARKENDERA
         Gaffers DAVID PROVENZANO
                 BRIAN PRYKPEK
                Best Boys JOHN COOTS
                           AARON TYBURSKI

                Electrics ABE ALTBUCH
                           LAURIE CHAKEL
                           ZACH GOREMAN
                           DAVID HARRIS
                           GEORGE SELDON

             Best Boy Grips CHARLES WING
                            MIKE JACKSON
                            KEVIN SHAY
                             JESSICA BENNETT

                Key Grips BILL LUCIA
                          MARK KOENIG
                           RICK MORRISON

                 Grips   MARK PRICE
                         JAMES HEERDEGEN

           Set Coordinator ALFONSO TRINIDAD

         Key Set Production Asst. JESSE CHANEY


                  Production Assistants

     STUART BURKHALTER        P.J. ROSS
            RUDY CARTY        FELIX SANTIAGO
          FRANK DUARTO        KRYSTLE SOSA
          PAT LOMBARDO        SABRINA STEEL
           DENNIS PAGAN       ZACH STEEL
           CARLOS RIGAN       SALVATORE SULTERA
COREY “COMPLEX” ROBERTS       SAM WEBER


           Set Intern MEGAN GARGAGLIANO

         Costumer/Seamstress SHANNON STANLEY

             Costume Intern SOFIA ANDRINO

           Casting Associates LEEBA ZARKHOV
                                   LIZ GREENBERG
    Extras Casting YUSEF SUTTON

Audience Coordinator ROB CRAWFORD

         Caterer CHEF SOUA

     Craft Service CLINT ENGLES

 Script Supervisors RACHELLE GIBSON
                       JACOB WEBER

Production Accountant NATALIE RECIO

 Production Attorney EMERSON BRUNS

    Additional Editing BEN FOLTS
Visual Effects/On-Line GUS COMEGYS
                        BILL MORRIS


    Color Correction CHRIS DEVLIN


Pre-record Facility THE NOIZE FACTORY


               MUSIC

     Consulting A Cappella Legend
          SEAN ALTMAN

          Music Supervisors
        PATRICK HOULIHAN
           JOE RUDGE
                      “Take Me Home”        “The More I See You”
                 Written by Phil Collins    Written by Mack Gordon, Harry Warren
 Performed by Tufts Beelzebubs featuring    Performed by The Shutmen featuring Reg
                            Mike Flynn      Rogers
            Arranged by Travis Marshall     Arrangement stolen too often to trace

                   “Recordare, Domine”      “Life‟s Gonna Suck”
           Written by Dan Portis-Cathers    Written by Denis Leary & Chris Phillips
                   Courtesy of First Com    Performed by The Cast of The Wedding
                                            Weekend
                   “Gotta Have My Pork”     Arranged by Kevin Weist
                 Written by Bruce Leddy
    Performed by The Pork Singers: Sean     “Big Spill”
    Altman, Elliott Kerman, Charlie Evett   Written by Chad Fischer, Chris Link,
               Arranged by Sean Altman      Robert Burke
                                            Performed by The Rage
                   “Consider Me Gone”       Courtesy of Lookout Sound
                       Written by Sting
     Performed by The Shutmen featuring     “Wild Thing”
                         Sandy Chaplin      Written by Marvin Young & Mike Dike
               Arranged by Kevin Weist      Performed by Tone Loc
                                            Courtesy of Delicious Vinyl
                       “No Such Thing”
      Writtten by John Mayer, Clay Cook     “Working in the Coal Mine”
Performed by MIT Logarhythms featuring      Written by Allen Toussaint
                          Michael Yang      Performed by The Cast of The Wedding
                Arranged by David Kong      Weekend featuring Chris Bowers and
                                            Barry Carl
                                   “Kate”   Arranged by Sean Altman
                   Written by Ben Folds,
           Anna Goodman, Darren Jessee      “Trouble”
          Performed by UVA Academical       Written by Guy Berryman, Will
     Village People featuring Josh Hailey   Champion, Chris Martin, Jon Buckland
Arranged by James Gammon, Drew Wilsn        Performed by Out of the Blue featuring
                                            Tom Searle
                     “Tormented Days”       Arranged by Tom Searle, James Smith,
              Written by Otto D‟Agnolo      Dave Sclar
  Performed by The Cast of The Wedding
                               Weekend      “Four Seasons (Spring)”
                                            Traditional
   “The Bachelor” and “Crossing Tracks”     Courtesy of Extreme Music
           Written by Paul Louis Reeves
                Courtesy of APM Music       “Love is Here to Stay”
                                            Written by George & Ira Gershwin
                                            Performed by The Shutmen
                                            Arranged by Warren Hunke
                 “How Deep is the Ocean”       “I‟ve Got the World on a String”
                   Written by Irving Berlin    Written by Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler
                Performed by The Shutmen       Performed by Brian Evans
                Arranged by Warren Hunke       Courtesy of Brian Evans Music



                                 Photographs provided by
                                   ROBERT BURGE
                              th
                            20 CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHS


                          Wardrobe in part provided by
                             COACH        MEG
                               H&M        CERO
                       HOLLYWOULD         REEBOK
                     ODDS COSTUMES        CONVERSE
              TAILOR MADE NEW YORK        FREEPEOPLE
                         VENA CAVA

                             Wedding dress provided by
                        MATTIA DAVIS FOR JUPITER‟S MUSE

                            Brides Maid‟s dresses provided by
                                    ZORA BRIDAL

                                Frog Head Construction by
                                   BRAD SCOGGINS

                             Make-Up in part provided by
                       MARY for ALCONE CO., NEW YORK
                     HEIDI for MAKEUP FOREVER, NEW YORK
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                                   Re-recording Mixer
                                   BRIAN RIORDAN

                                   Audio Mix Facility
                                   LEVELS AUDIO


                                Post-Production Facilities
                                      Provided by
                                      CHAINSAW
                         Special Thanks
             ELLIOT MESSING         CHARLIE SINGER
    JULIE BRIGGS/CORCORAN           PAUL ROBINSON
        KITTY & LEWIS STEEL         MICHAEL BATTEY
      ELYSE KNAPP & FAMILY          MARK PALERMO
             LIZ RUSSOMANO          WARREN HUNKE
          JILL & DAN CIPORIN        KIMBERLY PELLNAT
                KEVIN LEDDY         JOSE RIVERA
   MARIE & VINCENT SQUILLA          WENDY FELSON&DAVID
                 BRIAN OWEN         GOODMAN
               DON GOODING          BARRY SONNENFELD
         JONATHAN MINKOFF           PETER NEWMAN
               HELENE STEEL         JEFF THATCHER
LISA ZIMBLE & EVAN DUNSKY           THE WILLIAMS OCTET
                  JOHN STEEL        ED BOYE
                HELEN SMITH

                    Very Special Thanks
      DOREEN LEDDY, KEVIN WEIST, and SCOTT YOSELOW



                          Dedicated to
                        THE LEMMINGS



                       Shot on Location in

       MANHATTAN, EAST HAMPTON, BRIDGEHAMPTON,
                    and QUOGUE, NY



             2008 Shut Up and Sing Productions, LLC

								
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