|Directed by||Noah Baumbach|
|Produced by||Joel Castleberg|
|Written by||Noah Baumbach
|Edited by||J. Kathleen Gibson|
Highball is a 1997 film directed by Noah Baumbach, co-written by Baumbach, Carlos Jacott, and Christopher Reed. The film is credited as having been directed by "Ernie Fusco" and written by "Jesse Carter" after being disowned by Baumbach.
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A newly married couple decides to improve their social life by throwing three great parties and inviting tons of people at their Brooklyn apartment. The film follows this pursuit over the course of a year.
|Dean Cameron||The Magician|
|Rae Dawn Chong||Herself|
Removal of credit
Baumbach has removed his credit for the film, explaining in an interview with The A.V. Club:
|“||And it was a funny script. But it was just too ambitious. We didn't have enough time, we didn't finish it, it didn't look good, it was just a whole... mess. [Laughs.] We couldn't get it done, and I had a falling out with the producer. He abandoned it, and I had no money to finish it, to go back and maybe get two more days or something. Then later, it was put out on DVD without my approval.||”|
- Murray, Noel (2005-11-09). "Noah Baumbach · Interview · The A.V. Club". Avclub.com. Retrieved 2014-04-08.
- Highball at the Internet Movie Database
- Highball at AllMovie
- Highball at Rotten Tomatoes
- Highball at Box Office Mojo
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