Watch "A Walk on the Moon" Full Movie Online
|Viggo Mortensen||as Walker Jerome|
|Liev Schreiber||as Marty Kantrowitz|
|Bobby Boriello||as Daniel Kantrowitz|
|Stewart Bick||as Neil Leiberman|
|Jess Platt||as Herb Fogler|
|Joseph Perrino||as Ross Epstein|
|Jesse Lavendel||as Carl Applebaum|
|James Hayes Liboiron||as Jeffrey Fogler|
|Howard Rosenstein||as Sheldon Dymbort|
|Mal Z. Lawrence||as Comedian|
|Joel Miller||as Sid Shapiro|
|Bill Brownstein||as Customer #1|
|Sam Gesser||as Customer #2|
|Neil Armstrong||as Himself|
|Diane Lane||as Pearl Kantrowitz|
|Anna Paquin||as Alison Kantrowitz|
|Tovah Feldshuh||as Lillian Kantrowitz|
|Mahée Paiement||as Mrs. Dymbort|
|Star Jasper||as Rhoda Leiberman|
|Ellen David||as Eleanor Gelfand|
|Lisa Bronwyn Moore||as Norma Fogler|
|Victoria Barkoff||as Selma Levitsky|
|Tamar Kozlov||as Wendy Green|
|Lisa Jakub||as Myra Naidell|
|Julie Kavner||as P.A. Announcer|
USA - 78,709 USD (28 March 1999) |
|Plot:||Summer, 1969: men on the moon, and Woodstock happening near the cabin where the Kantrowitz family stays every summer. The camp's a Jewish fish-bowl. Marty's there weekends; he repairs TVs in Brooklyn. He's square and decent. His wife Pearl and his mother camp with Alison (she's 14) and their younger son. Pearl got pregnant at 17 and feels she missed her youth. While Alison experiences her first date, first kiss, first period, and stealing off to Woodstock with the lifeguard, Pearl has her own sexual awakening with "the blouse man," a peddler who sells at the camp. They too go to Woodstock. Marty confronts Pearl about the affair; she and he have to decide what to do next.|
"More ('Ti guardero nel cuore')" (1962) Written by Riz Ortolani (as Riziero Ortolani), Norman Newell, Nino Oliviero, Marcello Ciorciolini Performed by Bobby Darin Courtesy of Capitol Records By Arrangement with EMI Music Special Markets|
"The Name Game" (1964) Written by Lincoln Chase and Shirley Elliston
"King Rat" Written by John Barry (uncredited) Courtesy of Columbia Pictures
"Danke Schoen" (1962) Written by Kurt Schwabach, Milton Gabler (as Milt Gabler), Bert Kaempfert Performed by Wayne Newton Courtesy of Capital Records By Arrangement with EMI Music Special Markets
"Wishin' & Hopin'" (1963) Written by Burt Bacharach & Hal David Performed by Dusty Springfield Courtesy of Mercury Records Limited By Arrangement with PolyGram Film & TV Music
"Ripple" (1970) Written by Jerry Garcia (as J. Garcia) and Robert Hunter (as R. Hunter) Performed by The Grateful Dead (as Grateful Dead) Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. By Arrangement with Warner Special Products
"For Your Love" (1958) Written by Ed Townsend
"Sunlight" (1969) Written by Jesse Colin Young Performed by The Youngbloods Courtesy of The RCA Records Label of BMG Entertainment
"Summertime" (1935) Written by George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, DuBose Heyward, and Dorothy Heyward Performed by Big Brother and the Holding Company (as Big Brother & The Holding Company) Courtesy of Columbia Records By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
"Sally Go Round the Roses" (1963) Written by Abner Spector Performed by The Damnations TX (as The DamnationsTx) Produced by Andy Paley Courtesy of Sire Records Group
"Today" (1967) Written by Marty Balin and Paul Kantner Performed by Jefferson Airplane Courtesy of The RCA Records Label of BMG Entertainment
"Embryonic Journey" (1967) Written by Jorma Kaukonen Performed by Jefferson Airplane Courtesy of The RCA Records Label of BMG Entertainment
"Kiss of Fire" (1952) Written by Lester Allen , Robert Hill & Ángel Villoldo (as A.G. Villoldo) Performed by Georgia Gibbs Courtesy of Mercury Records By Arrangement with PolyGram Film & TV Music
"Cactus Tree" (1968) Written by Joni Mitchell Performed by Joni Mitchell Courtesy of Reprise Records By Arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Who Knows Where the Time Goes" (1966) Written by Sandy Denny Performed by Judy Collins Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group By Arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Town Without Pity" (1961) Written by Ned Washington and Dimitri Tiomkin Performed by Gene Pitney & Mandy Barnett Produced by Andy Paley Courtesy of Sire Records Group
"Uncle John's Band" (1970) Written by Jerry Garcia (as J. Garcia) and Robert Hunter (as R. Hunter) Performed by The Grateful Dead (as Grateful Dead) Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. By Arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Crimson & Clover" (1968) Written by Tommy James and Peter P. Lucia Jr. (as Peter Lucia) Performed by Elijah Allman (as Elijah Blue Allman) & Cher Produced by Elijah Allman (as Elijah Blue Allman) Courtesy of Sire Records Group
"Freedom" (1969) Written by Richie Havens Performed by Richie Havens
"The Fish Cheer" (1969) Written by Country Joe McDonald (as Joe McDonald) Performed by Country Joe McDonald
"I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-to-Die Rag" (1968) Written by Country Joe McDonald (as Joe McDonald) Performed by Country Joe McDonald
"Subterranean Homesick Blues" (1965) Written by Bob Dylan Performed by Bob Dylan Courtesy of Columbia Records By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
"White Bird" (1969) Written by David LaFlamme & Linda LaFlamme Performed by It's a Beautiful Day (as It's A Beautiful Day) Courtesy of Columbia Records By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
"Israelites" (1968) Written by Desmond Dekker Performed by Desmond Dekker Courtesy of Trojan Recordings Ltd.
"When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles with You)" (1928) Written by Mark Fisher , Joe Goodwin and Larry Shay Performed by Dean Martin Courtesy of Capitol Records By Arrangement with EMI Music Special Markets
"Purple Haze" (1967) Written by Jimi Hendrix Performed by Jimi Hendrix Courtesy of MCA Records Under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"Follow" (1967) Written by Jerry Merrick Performed by Richie Havens Courtesy of Polydor Records By Arrangement with PolyGram Film & TV Music
"Helplessly Hoping" (1969) Written by Stephen Stills Performed by Taxiride (as Taxi) Courtesy of Sire Records Group
"Crystal Blue Persuasion" (1969) Written by Tommy James , Mike Vale (as Mike Val), Ed Gray Performed by Morcheeba Produced by Morcheeba Courtesy of Sire Records Group
Fact errors: On July 20, 1969, the moon was only 6 days old - roughly a half moon as viewed from the film's location - and would have set by 11 pm, but on the night of the moon landing, they show a full moon, high in the sky.|
CHAR: Danny is reported to have been stung by wasps (which do not lose their stingers), but Danny was actually stung by hornets (which do lose their stingers).
Continuity: When Pearl goes to say goodbye to Walker in his garden, there's a shot of him, and his jacket is on the fence. But in the next shot, she's carrying the jacket, and she's the one who puts it on the fence.
Continuity: The helicopter that flies over the crowd at Woodstock vanishes.
Continuity: When the Kantrowitz's are packing the car in the beginning of the movie they put a dish drying rack with lot's of stuff in the backseat of the car twice.
Miscellaneous: We hear "Uncle John's Band" (Grateful Dead) which wasn't performed until December 1969.
Continuity: When Marty finds out Pearl is having an affair, he throws the milk container against the wall getting milk everywhere. Later in the scene Marty sits down and the floor behind him is clean.
Fact errors: In the Woodstock scene where we see Pearl and Walker standing together there's the announcement, "Good morning! What we had in mind is breakfast in bed for 400,000" and Richie Havens is singing his "on the spot" improvised song, "Freedom" which was actually the last song after his very long (almost three hours playing) musical set as he opened the festival on Friday at 5PM. The breakfast announcement was made by 'comic' Wavy Gravy on Sunday morning describing the "granola" gruel that was created/invented to feed (as many as possible) the 400K attendees at the festival.
DATE: When we first meet the Blouse Man in his bus, he is listening to the Grateful Dead playing the song 'Ripple' on the radio. The movie takes place in summer of 1969, but the song was written in 1970.
Fact errors: During the scene where people are watching the moon landing, the TV image shows the Moon's surface taken from the LEM as it descends and lands. This video was not available for viewing until after the astronauts returned to Earth.
Marty Kantrowitz: Sometimes things happen between people that make it|
impossible for them to stay together.
Alison Kantrowitz: Are you and Daddy gonna get a divorce?
Pearl Kantrowitz: I don't know, baby. Sometimes, things happen
between people that make it impossible for them to stay together.
Alison Kantrowitz: Look, Mama, I know Daddy's a big square, but he's
Lilian Kantrowitz: Do you remember when you were a little boy and you
wanted to go swimming with your cousin?
Marty Kantrowitz: Yeah - you didn't wanna let me go because...
Lilian Kantrowitz: Because I knew something terrible was going to
happen. I knew your cousin was gonna drown.
Marty Kantrowitz: Yeah, but nothing terrible happened, Ma.
Lilian Kantrowitz: And why is that?
Marty Kantrowitz: Because I was careful.
Lilian Kantrowitz: No. Why did nothing terrible happen?
Marty Kantrowitz: We were extra careful because you told me.
Lilian Kantrowitz: And your cousin wouldn't be here today if it
wasn't for me.
Marty Kantrowitz: What's goin' on, Ma? Who's gonna drown?
Lilian Kantrowitz: [pause] You are.
Marty Kantrowitz: There's no such thing as a nice sixteen year old
Pearl Kantrowitz: I went to Woodstock.
Marty Kantrowitz: You went to Woodstock.
Pearl Kantrowitz: Ummm...
Marty Kantrowitz: Was it groovy?
[Lilian Kantrowitz is giving Selma Levitsky a tarot reading]
Selma Levitsky: So?
Lilian Kantrowitz: No.
Selma Levitsky: "No"? That's what I pay you for? "No"?
Lilian Kantrowitz: The cards don't lie.
Selma Levitsky: Maybe they're subject to interpretation.
[Lilian picks up a card showing a man lying dead with 10 swords
sticking out of his back]
Lilian Kantrowitz: Does this look like a "vacation" card?
Daniel Kantrowitz: Look, hippies.
P.A. Announcer: The blouse man is on the premises.
Marty Kantrowitz: Did I want a microscope?
Pearl Kantrowitz: Once.
Daniel Kantrowitz: Daddy, can I do "Chuck"?
Marty Kantrowitz: No "Chuck".
Daniel Kantrowitz: You never let me do "Chuck".
Marty Kantrowitz: When you're married you can do "chuck".
Marty Kantrowitz: Who is he?
Pearl Kantrowitz: You don't know him.
Marty Kantrowitz: Well what's his name?
Pearl Kantrowitz: Walker.
Marty Kantrowitz: What's his FIRST name?
Pearl Kantrowitz: That IS his first name.
Marty Kantrowitz: Well then what's his last name?
Pearl Kantrowitz: Jerome.
Marty Kantrowitz: Walker Jerome. Does he realize it's backwards?
What's he do?
Pearl Kantrowitz: He's a salesman.
Marty Kantrowitz: [laughs] A salesman, that's great. What does he
Pearl Kantrowitz: Blouses.
Marty Kantrowitz: Blouses? [pauses, then looks shocked] He's the
blouseman. You're screwing the blouseman. Jesus, Pearl, why not
screw the dressman? At least then you'd get a whole outfit.
Pearl Kantrowitz: I can't go.
Walker Jerome: I saw.
Lilian Kantrowitz: [after the Blouse Man tells her to get some meat
tenderizer to treat Danny's wasp bites] Meat tenderizer? What is he
- a pot roast?
Lilian Kantrowitz: You gonna hold onto that the rest of the
Alison Kantrowitz: You love the blouseman more than all of us?
Pearl Kantrowitz: No. Sometimes it's easier to be different with a
Alison Kantrowitz: I never have to listen to you ever again. I saw
you. I was there. You should have seen yourself. You looked
disgusting! I'm the teenager! Not you! You had your chance.
Pearl Kantrowitz: No. I didn't.
Alison Kantrowitz: Well then why do the rest of us have to suffer
just because you fucked up your life!
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