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Joey (Kevin Kline) is a pizza parlor owner whose womanizing drives his wife, Rosalie (Tracey Ullman), so frantic that she tries to murder him in every crazy way she can think of in the comic love story "I LOVE YOU TO DEATH," a Tri-Star Pictures presentation of a Chestnut Hill Production of a Lawrence Kasdan Film. Kasdan directed the film, which was produced by Jeffrey Lurie and Ron Moler and written by John Kostmayer. The executive producers are Charles Okun and Michael Grillo.
Film editor ANNE V. COATES, A.C.E., entered the British motion picture industry through religious films as a projectionist and librarian before transferring to cutting rooms. She received an Academy Award as the original editor of "Lawrence of Arabia." For the 1989 restoration of the classic David Lean film, Coates served as editorial consultant and was instrumental in helping to re-create the original sequence of the restored scenes.
Coates received Academy Award nominations for her work on "Becket" and "The Elephant Man," the latter film also earning her a BAFTA nomination. Another BAFTA nomination came for "Murder on the Orient Express."
Among her credits are "The Horse's Mouth," "Tunes of Glory," "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines," "The Bofors Gun," "The Adventurers," "The Nelson Affair," "Man Friday," "Aces High," "The Eagle Has Landed," "The Medusa Touch" (which she also produced), "The Bushido Blade," "Ragtime," "The Pirates of Penzance," "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes," "Lady Jane," "Raw Deal," "Masters of the Universe," "Farewell to the King" and "Listen to Me."
Coates' three children are all in the film business: James Hickox is an assistant editor on "I Love You to Death," Emma Hickox is also an assistant editor, and Anthony Hickox has directed two films, "Waxwork" and "Sundown," and is directing a third, the upcoming "Black Creek."
Composer JAMES HORNER has dozens of film credits to his name, among them the recently released "Glory," from Tri-Star Pictures, which received a Golden Globe nomination as best original film score. Other films include "Field of Dreams," for which he received an Academy Award nomination for best original score as well as two Grammy nominations; "An American Tail," for which he earned two Grammy Awards and a Golden Globe nomination for the song "Somewhere Out There" as well as an Academy Award nomination for that film's score; and "Aliens," which earned him Academy Award and Grammy nominations.
Other film credits include "Dad," "In Country," "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids," "Cocoon" and "Cocoon II," "Red Heat," "The Land Before Time," "Willow," "*batteries not included," "Name of the Rose," "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" and "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock." Horner is also the composer for the upcoming films "Another 48 HRS.," directed by Walter Hill and starring Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte, and "Home Grown," directed by Stuart Rosenberg and starring Scott Glenn, Kate Capshaw and Ben Johnson.
Costume designer AGGIE GUERARD RODGERS received her master's degree in theater arts from California State University, Long Beach, and landed her first film assignment on George Lucas' "American Graffiti." Since then, the Fresno native has designed the costumes for numerous films, including "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "Return of the Jedi," "Cocoon," "The Witches of Eastwick," "*batteries not included," "Beetlejuice," "In Country" and "The Color Purple," for which she received an Academy Award nomination. She is also doing the costumes for the upcoming "Late for Dinner," directed by W.D. Richter.