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Since You've Been Gone (film)

Since You've Been Gone
Directed by David Schwimmer
Produced by Richard N. Gladstein
Written by Jeff Steinberg
Starring Philip Rayburn Smith
David Schwimmer
Lara Flynn Boyle
Teri Hatcher
Joey Slotnick
Joy Gregory
Heidi Stillman
Music by Pray for Rain
Cinematography Denis Lenoir
Edited by Kevin Tent
Distributed by ABC
Release dates
April 18, 1998
Running time
96 min.
Country USA
Language English

Since You've Been Gone is a 1998 U.S. made-for-TV movie directed by David Schwimmer about a 10th anniversary class reunion. Apart from Schwimmer himself, the film starred Philip Rayburn Smith, Joy E. Gregory, Joey Slotnick, Teri Hatcher, Jon Stewart, Rachel Griffiths, and Lara Flynn Boyle. Love Jones plays the reunion band.

Most of the film was shot in downtown Chicago at the Hotel Allegro (then called the Bismarck Hotel) as well as the neighboring Palace Theater where the reunion takes place. Some portions of the film were shot in Palm Springs, California.[1]

References

  1. ^ Palm Springs Desert Cities Virtual Film Office: Filmed in the Desert Cities

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