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Parting Glances (19-Feb-1986)

Director: Bill Sherwood

Writer: Bill Sherwood

Producers: Yoram Mandel; Arthur Silverman

Keywords: Drama, Gay, AIDS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steve Buscemi
Actor
13-Dec-1957   Reservoir Dogs
Kathy Kinney
Actor
3-Nov-1954   Mimi on The Drew Carey Show

CAST

Richard Ganoung   ...   Michael
John Bolger   ...   Robert
Steve Buscemi   ...   Nick
Kathy Kinney   ...   Joan
Adam Nathan   ...   Peter
Yolande Bavan   ...   Betty
Patrick Tull   ...   Cecil
Andre Morgan   ...   Terry
Richard Wall   ...   Douglas
Jim Selfe   ...   Douglas's Sidekick
Kristin Moneagle   ...   Sarah
John Siemens   ...   Dave
Bob Kohrherr   ...   Sam
Theodore Ganger   ...   Klaus
Nada   ...   Liselotte
Patrick Ragland   ...   Ex-Seminarian
Cam Brainard   ...   Ricky
Daniel Haughey   ...   Commendatore (Ghost)
Sylwia Hartowicz   ...   Chris (Little Girl)
Hanna Hartowicz   ...   Chris's Mother
Nicholas Hill   ...   Cab Driver
Lee Greenstein   ...   Lady (Record Store)
Jordan McLean   ...   Boy (Record Store)
Lori Tirgrath   ...   Customer (Record Store)
Elaine Swayneson   ...   Jamaican Woman (party)
Markus Lawson   ...   African Man (Party)
David Lines   ...   Bearded Man in Suit (Party)
Gardiner Kendall   ...   Hearing-Impaired Person #1 (Disco)
Victor Rivers   ...   Hearing-Impaired Person #2 (Disco)
Michael Medeiros   ...   Tall Muscleman (Pool Dream)
Eric Miller   ...   Brawny Muscleman (Pool Dream)
Al Hughes   ...   Jogging Muscleman (Pool Dream)

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