I'm Losing You (film)

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I'm Losing You
I'm Losing You cover.jpg
DVD release cover
Directed by Bruce Wagner
Produced by Pamela Koffler
Christine Vachon
Screenplay by Bruce Wagner
Based on I'm Losing You
by Bruce Wagner
Music by Daniel Catán
Cinematography Gordon Willis
Edited by Janice Hampton
Killer Films
Distributed by Lionsgate
Release date
  • September 17, 1998 (1998-09-17) (TIFF)
  • July 16, 1999 (1999-07-16) (limited)
Running time
81 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $13,996[1] (US and Canada)

I'm Losing You is a 1998 American film written and directed by Bruce Wagner. The film starred Andrew McCarthy and is an adaptation of Wagner's 1996 novel I'm Losing You.


A melodrama of a wealthy Los Angeles family - and the journey each one begins after a death in the family. The title of the film refers not only to the loss of life and love, but to a phrase used by most Angelenos while talking on cellular phones; I'm Losing You... "I'm Losing You" follows the path of each character after a cataclysmic event: the death of Bertie's young daughter Tiffany, in an "accident". The family comes closer together in the wake of such an event, seeking to recover from a blow that has driven each one to near madness.


  1. ^ "I'm Losing You (1999)". Box Office Mojo. Amazon.com. Retrieved October 9, 2011. 

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