Cast & Credits

 
 Director and sound recordist Edward Guthmann, videographer Fawn Yacker

Director and sound recordist Edward Guthmann, videographer Fawn Yacker

Gena Rowlands (voice of Roberta Brown Hope) was nominated twice for an Academy Award, for “A Woman Under the Influence” and “Gloria,” both directed by her late husband John Cassavetes. She is the winner of four Emmy awards and eight Emmy nominations, two Golden Globes and eight Golden Globes nominations. Her films include Woody Allen’s “Another Woman,” Paul Mazursky’s “Tempest,” Lasse Halstrom’s “Something to Talk About” and five for Cassavetes: “A Child Is Waiting,” “Faces,” “Minnie and Moscowitz,” “Opening Night” and “Love Streams.”

Pat Hingle (voice of Fred Hope) was one of the nation’s top character actors, with a career spanning six decades in film, TV and stage. He appeared in 22 Broadway production, including “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” “J.B.,” “The Dark at the Top of the Stairs,” “The Championship Season” and Arthur Miller’s “The Price.” On TV he was paterfamilias P.J. Kennedy in “The Kennedys of Massachusetts.” On film: “On the Waterfront,” “Splendor in the Grass,” “Norma Rae,” “A Thousand Acres” and “The Grifters.” He played Commissioner Gordon in “Batman,” “Batman Returns” and “Batman Forever.” He died in 2009, at 84.

Mark Adler (composer) scored the Oscar-nominated 2009 documentary “Food, Inc.,” the feature comedy “Bottle Shock” and two more Oscar-nominated films: “Superchief: The Life and Legacy of Earl Warren” and “The Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo.” He was composer for “Ishi: The Last Yahi,” “Harry Bridges: A Man and His Union,” the Wayne Wang films “Eat a Bowl of Tea” and “Life is Cheap,” and several programs in two documentary series: “The American Experience” and “Nature.” He was a music editor on “Blue Velvet” and “Amadeus.”