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Personal Velocity: Three Portraits (2002)

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Release Date
 USA: Nov 27, 2002
 UK: 28 Mar 2003
DVD Release Date
 R1: Mar 18, 2003

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Personal Velocity: Three Portraits Website

MPAA Rating
Rated R for brief violence, some strong sexuality and language.

Running Time
1 hour, 26 minutes

Country USA

Studio Blue Magic Pictures, Goldheart Pictures, IFC Films, InDigEnt, Optimum Releasing

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Other Titles
• Enter Fleeing (2001)
• Personal Velocity (2002)



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Genre: Drama, Infidelity, Marriage, Psychodrama

Plot: Three very different women confront life-changing decisions in this film derived from Rebecca Miller's book of short stories. Each woman has reached a turning point in her life. Delia (Kyra Sedgwick) finally takes a stand and leaves her abusive husband, but still has to find a way to regain her power and life; Greta (Parker Posey) achieves more professional success than she ever imagined, but has fidelity issues when it comes to her marriage and her lovable but dull husband; and, on the heels of a tragic accident, Paula (Fairuza Balk) has to contend with an unplanned pregnancy and the status of her personal relationships. Shot in digital video, the film is peppered with various effects and editing that achieve an intimate look and feel. Sedgwick is exceptional and wholly believable as gritty, tough-as-nails Delia. Both Posey and Balk are well cast as their respective characters, with Poseys vignette infusing some humor into the trilogy despite its serious overtones, and Balk bringing an indepth sensitivity to Paula. The film also stars David Warshofsky, Tim Guinee, Rob Leibman, and Wallace Shawn and is narrated by John Ventimiglia. PERSONAL VELOCITY is written and directed by Rebecca Miller, daughter of famed playwright Arthur Miller.

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 Directed by
Rebecca Miller
The Ballad of Jack and Rose, Angela, Regarding Henry
 Written by
Rebecca Miller
The Man Who Had All the Luck, Regarding Henry, Consenting Adults
 Cast
Kyra Sedgwick
Phenomenon, Born on the Fourth of July, Secondhand Lions
Parker Posey
Scream 3, You've Got Mail, Blade: Trinity
Fairuza Balk
American History X, Almost Famous, The Waterboy
Leo Fitzpatrick
Kids, Bully, Storytelling
Tim Guinee
Blade, Ladder 49, Beavis and Butt-Head Do America
Wallace Shawn
The Princess Bride, The Incredibles, Toy Story
John Ventimiglia
Mickey Blue Eyes, Bullets Over Broadway, Trees Lounge
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 Music By
Michael Rohatyn
The Ballad of Jack and Rose, Angela, The Delta



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