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Goodbye Lover

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Roland Joffé
Produced by Alexandra Milchan
Patrick McDarrah
Joel Roodman
Chris Daniel
Written by Story:
Ron Peer
Screenplay:
Ron Peer
Joel Cohen
Alec Sokolow
Starring Patricia Arquette
Don Johnson
Dermot Mulroney
Mary-Louise Parker
Ellen DeGeneres
Ray McKinnon
Music by John Ottman
Cinematography Dante Spinotti
Editing by William Steinkamp
Studio Regency Enterprises
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date(s) April 16, 1999
Running time 102 min
Country United States
Germany
Language English
Budget $20 million [1]
Gross revenue $1,940,299 (domestic) [1]

Goodbye Lover is a comedic neo-noir film about a murder plot surrounding an alcoholic advertising agency worker and his adulterous wife. The film was directed by Roland Joffé, and stars Patricia Arquette, Dermot Mulroney, Don Johnson, Ellen DeGeneres, and Mary-Louise Parker. The film premiered at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival,[2] before being released theatrically in 1999. Reshoots of the films were shot on Rodeo drive in Beverly Hills, and the ending of the film was changed.

The original script was written by Ron Peer. Subsequent drafts were written by Robert Pucci, then Buck Henry.

Cast

The film is the basis for the Bollywood hit film Race(film)2008.

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