The Boy Who Cried Bitch

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The Boy Who Cried Bitch
Poster of the movie The Boy Who Cried Bitch.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Juan Jose Campanella
Produced by Catherine May Levin
Louis Tancredi
Written by Catherine May Levin
Starring Harley Cross
Karen Young
Jesse Bradford
J.D. Daniels
Adrien Brody
Jason Biggs
Moira Kelly
Music by Wendy Blackstone
Cinematography Daniel Shulman
Edited by Darren Kloomok
Production
company
Pilgrims 3 Corporation
Distributed by Pilgrims 3 Corporation
Release dates
October 11, 1991
Running time
105 min.
Country United States
Language English

The Boy Who Cried Bitch is a 1991 American independent drama film directed by Juan Jose Campanella and starring Harley Cross, Karen Young, Jason Biggs (in his first speaking role), Jesse Bradford and Adrien Brody. It was Campanella's feature film debut. It was based on real events.

Synopsis[edit]

The story focuses on Dan Love (Harley Cross), a young boy with misdiagnosed (or undiagnosed) mental condition(s), who slowly plunges the life of his mother, Candice (Karen Young), into an unbridled chaos.

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Production[edit]

Much of the filming was done at the McGovern residence in Bronxville.

Campanella said that the script was based mostly on the real life of the scriptwriter Catherine May Levin.

Release and sequel[edit]

Originally exhibited at the Boston Film Festival in 1991, the film contained an alternate ending. It was never given to the MPAA for examination, and thus remains unrated.

It was followed by a semi-sequel called The Boy Who Cried Bitch: The Adolescent Years (2007), without the participation of any of the crew members of the original film.[1]

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