Seven Minutes in Heaven (film)

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Seven Minutes in Heaven
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Directed by Linda Feferman
Produced by Sheila Goodwin
Fred Roos
Mark Silverman (associate prod.)
Written by Jane Bernstein
Linda Feferman
Starring Jennifer Connelly
Byron Thames
Maddie Corman
Music by Robert Kraft
Songs by Josie Aiello
Cinematography Steven Fierberg
Edited by Marc Laub
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date
May 9, 1985
Running time
88 min.
Country United States
Language English

Seven Minutes in Heaven is a 1985 teen film directed by Linda Feferman, starring Jennifer Connelly in one of her first roles.


Natalie (Jennifer Connelly) allows her classmate Jeff (Byron Thames), who ran away from home after a fight with his stepfather (Marshall Bell), to stay at her place while her father (Michael Zaslow) is away on a business trip. Natalie soon starts dating Jeff's friend James Casey (Alan Boyce), who is not as faithful as she thinks, while her best friend Polly (Maddie Corman) falls in love with baseball player Zoo Knudsen (Billy Wirth). These relations bring tension between the three friends.


Filming locations[edit]

Some scenes in the movie were filmed in and around Montclair High School in Montclair, New Jersey, US.

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