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Love. Obsession. Betrayal.

Song to Song (2017)

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In this modern love story set against the Austin, Texas music scene, two entangled couples — struggling songwriters Faye and BV, and music mogul Cook and the waitress whom he ensnares — chase success through a rock ‘n’ roll landscape of seduction and betrayal.

Director: Terrence Malick

Release Date: 2017-03-17
Status: Released
Run time: 129 min / 2:9
Budget: $10,000,000
Revenue: $443,684
Production Companies : FilmNation Entertainment, Buckeye Pictures, Broad Green Pictures
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2017-03-17
Status: Released
Run time: 129 min / 2:9
Budget: $10,000,000
Revenue: $443,684

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Michael Fassbender
as Cook
Ryan Gosling
as BV
Rooney Mara
as Faye
Natalie Portman
as Rhonda
Cate Blanchett
as Amanda
Holly Hunter
as Miranda
Val Kilmer
as Duane
Bérénice Marlohe
as Zoey
Heather Kafka
as Suzie
Austin Amelio
as BV's Cousin
Tom Sturridge
as Tom
Dora Madison
as Denise
Angela Bettis
as Angela
Callie Hernandez
as Julie
Linda Emond
as Judy
Patti Smith
as Patti Smith
Lykke Li
as Lykke
Savannah Welch
as Savannah
Brady Coleman
as Faye's Father
Natalie Makenna
as Ashes girl
Dana Falconberry
as Faye's Sister
Olivia Grace Applegate
as Emma
Louanne Stephens
as Mrs. Gansmer
Richard Dillard
as Father
Nina Varano
as Pool Girl #2
Batan Silva
as Music Producer
Christin Sawyer Davis
as Angry Woman
Alan Palomo
as Alan Palomo
Anthony Kiedis
as Anthony Kiedis
Iggy Pop
as Iggy Pop
as Flea
Big Freedia
as Big Freedia
Florence Welch
as Florence Welch
John Lydon
as John Lydon
Gabriella Rhodeen
as Groupie
David Shea Henne
as House Party Guest (uncredited)
Johnny Walter
as Handsome Man (uncredited)
Vanessa Amaya
as Upscale Austin Woman (uncredited)
Frédéric André
as Passenger (uncredited)
Sergine Dumais
as Amanda (voice) (uncredited)
Camille Natta
as Faye (voice) (uncredited)
Steven Mitchell
as Party Member (uncredited)
Gareth Maguire
as Hal (uncredited)
Chase Joliet
as Chase (uncredited)
Eric Robbins
as Eric (uncredited)
Savanah Montalvo
as Trick or Treater Secretary (uncredited)
Jennah Love Montalvo
as Trick or Treater Hippie Girl (uncredited)
Leah Love Montalvo
as Trick or Treater Fairy (uncredited)
Graciela Montalvo
as Trick or Treater Parent Catwoman (uncredited)
James Montalvo
as Trick or Treater Parent Soldier (uncredited)
Bill Lemens
as Gansmer Guest (uncredited)
Caroline McNeil
as Diner (uncredited)
Anthony Montanino
as Waiter #1 (uncredited)
Cheryl Bond Danks
as Restaurant Patron / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Chris Combs
as Roadie (uncredited)
Ellary Dahl
as Salesgirl (uncredited)
Maria Engler
as Cafe goer / Club goer (uncredited)
Tom Macdonald
as Satan (uncredited)
Rob Faubion
as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Jaime Gallagher
as Jogger (uncredited)
June Griffin Garcia
as Restaurant patron (uncredited)
Father John Misty
as Himself (uncredited)
James Garrigan
as Club Patron (uncredited)
Beau Harris
as Club Patron (uncredited)
Thomas Fletcher Henley
as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Stephen Latham
as House Party Guest (uncredited)
Jeremy O. Harris
as Partier (uncredited)
Deborah Orazi
as Restaurant Patron / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Peggy Schott
as Gansmer Guest (uncredited)
Lupe Trejo
as Tattooed Debt Collector (uncredited)
Aaron Isaac Vasquez
as Club Patron (uncredited)


Directing Terrence Malick Director
Writing Terrence Malick Writer
Art Ruth de Jong Art Direction
Art Jack Fisk Production Design
Editing Brian Berdan Editor
Editing A.J. Edwards Editor
Editing Keith Fraase Editor
Camera Emmanuel Lubezki Director of Photography
Production Tanner Beard Executive Producer
Production Nicolas Gonda Producer
Production Hans Graffunder Co-Producer
Production Sarah Green Producer
Production Ken Kao Producer
Production Elizabeth Lodge Co-Producer
Production David Melito Associate Producer
Production Morgan Pollitt Associate Producer
Production Tyler Savage Associate Producer
Production Vicky Boone Casting
Production Francine Maisler Casting
Art David Hack Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Jacqueline West Costume Design
Production Christos V. Konstantakopoulos Executive Producer
Production Glen Basner Executive Producer
Directing Rebecca Fulton Script Supervisor

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