Swing (2003 film)

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Directed by Martin Guigui
Produced by Debbie Brubaker
Elizabeth Estrada
John Harvey
Mary Keil
Ned Kopp
Ken Patton
Jan St. John
Dahlia Waingort
Jenni Gold
Written by Mary Keil
Starring Constance Brenneman
Innis Casey
Tom Skerritt
Jacqueline Bisset
Jonathan Winters
Nell Carter
Dahlia Waingort
Adam Tomei
Barry Bostwick
Mindy Cohn
Music by Gennaro Cannelora, Israel Tanenbaum, Martin Guigui
Cinematography Massimo Zeri
Edited by Charles B. Weber
Release date
  • October 9, 2003 (2003-10-09)
Country United States
Language English

Swing is an American romantic comedy film starring Constance Brenneman, Innis Casey, Tom Skerritt, Jacqueline Bisset, Jonathan Winters, Nell Carter, Dahlia Waingort, Adam Tomei, Barry Bostwick, Mindy Cohn and directed by Martin Guigui.


Anthony is caught between dreams of being a musician and pleasing his father and fiance. Encouraged by his great uncle, Anthony finds inspiration from a mysterious older woman in an other worldly night club, who teaches him to find happiness through swing dancing.


Considered one of the top "swing" films of all time, the film still received a 42% rating from Rotten Tomatoes.[1]