a Bashar Shbib film
JULIA HAS TWO LOVERS
Fiction, Comedy, 86:16 min, 1990, 35mm, colour, NTSC.
This is a movie about truth and fantasy.
The truth is... All of us have fantasies. What if one day you answered the phone and it was someone you only imagined. Telling you things you thought you’d never hear. Making you say things you thought you never could. Making you feel things you thought you never would. Like anything is possible. And the possibility exists for anything. Like something exciting is about to happen. And whatever happens will be exciting.
Love is never an easy matter for any of us, but for Julia (Daphna Kastner) it has always been a particular problem. Living on the beach in Venice, California with her lover Jack (David Charles) in what has turned into a solid but stale relationship, she receives a phone call from Daniel (David Duchovy) who claims he has called her by mistake. The two have a mesmerizing time talking and Julia sets her sights on meeting him. Sure enough, he is even better in person. What is a woman to do? Stay in the safe, comfortable relationship she has or risk it all for what this new man has to offer?
Cast & Crew
STARRING: DAPHNA KASTNER, DAVID DUCHOVNY, DAVID CHARLES
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: C.H. LEHENHOF, RANDALL DAVIS
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: JANET CUNNINGHAM
PRODUCER: BASHAR SHBIB
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: STEPHEN REIZES
CAMERA: GEZA SINKOVICS, STEPHEN REIZES
ORIGINAL MUSIC SCORE : EMILIO KAUDERER, TIM RAY
EDITOR: BASHAR SHBIB, DAN FOEGELLE
SOUND : AL SAMUELS
ORIGINAL STORY : DAPHNA KASTNER
SCREENPLAY : DAPHNA KASTNER, BASHAR SHBIB
DIRECTOR : BASHAR SHBIB
All Rights Reserved © 1990 Oneira Pictures International