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Long Time Since Details

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Jay Anania wrote and directed this drama that opens on New Year's Eve, 1971. Diane Thwaite (Paulina Porizkova) hits something with her car, stops to check, and faints next to her car. Flash forward to 24 years later, when she's working as a NYC botanical illustrator and friends with Cyril (Jeff Webster), while the mysterious figure of Michael James (Julian Sands) wanders the city. When Diane hears Auld Lang Syne, it triggers memories of the incident in 1971. More recollections are refreshed by a combination of hypnosis, research, and a confession from James. Suppressed memories surface, including a baby's cry, a van, and a missing mother and child. Small-town waitress Phoebe (Julianne Nicholson) may hold the key to the mystery. The music track features moody vocals by Judy Kuhn. This is the first film to take the technical path of a Super-16 original transferred to HDTV and then to a 35mm negative. Shown at the 1998 Toronto Film Festival. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi

Crew

Jay Anania
Director
Karen Arikian
Producer
Jay Anania
Screenwriter
Oliver Bokelberg
Cinematographer
Judy Kuhn
Composer (Music Score)
Jay Anania
Editor
Eve Schuffenecker
Production Designer
Laurie Friedman
Production Designer
Callum Greene
Co-producer
Dana Lustig
Executive Producer
Ram Bergman
Executive Producer
Robert F. Colesberry
Executive Producer
Noah Vivekanand Timan
Sound/Sound Designer
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