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Basic facts

Original title Running with Scissors
Film type Feature
Category Fiction
Director
Producer
Screenplay
Original work
Production country
Production company
Dialogue
Swedish release 2007-03-23

Cast

Annette Bening
Deirdre Burroughs

Brian Cox
doktor Finch

Joseph Fiennes
Neil Bookman

Evan Rachel Wood
Natalie Finch

Alec Baldwin
Norman Burroughs

Joseph Cross
Augusten Burroughs

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Titles

Original title
Swedish release title

Crew

Director
Screenplay
Producer
Director of Photography
Music
Production Designer
Film Editor
Still Photographer

Cast

Annette Bening Deirdre Burroughs
Brian Cox doktor Finch
Joseph Fiennes Neil Bookman
Evan Rachel Wood Natalie Finch
Alec Baldwin Norman Burroughs
Joseph Cross Augusten Burroughs
Jill Clayburgh Agnes Finch
Gwyneth Paltrow Hope Finch
Gabrielle Union Dorothy
Patrick Wilson Michael Shephard
Kristin Chenoweth Fern Stewart
Dagmara Dominczyk Suzanne
Colleen Camp Joan
Jack Kaeding Augusten Burroughs som sexåring
Gabriel Guedj Poo

Companies

Production company Plan B Entertainment
Distributor in Sweden (35 mm) Sony Pictures Releasing (Sweden) AB 2007
Distributor in Sweden (DVD) Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Sweden AB 2007

Technical specifications

Aspect ratio 2.35:1 (Panavision)
Sound type Sound
Sound system Dolby Digital
Colour type Colour
Colour system DeLuxe Color
Width 35 mm


Original work

Original title Running with Scissors (Biography)
Author augusten Burroughs


Production location

Los Angeles, Kalifornien USA 2005-03-07

Release dates

First showing 2006-10-20 USA 122 min
Release in Sweden 2007-03-23 Sweden
DVD release (rental) 2007-07-25 Sweden
DVD release (buy) 2007-07-25 Sweden
DVD release 2007-07-25 Sweden

Holdings Posters

Size Between 850 x 700 and 850 x 1100


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