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Signs of Life (1989 film)

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Signs of Life (1989 film)

Signs of Life
Directed by John David Coles
Produced by Cary Brokaw
Lindsay Law
Andrew Reichsman
Marcus Viscidi
Written by Mark Malone
Starring Beau Bridges
Vincent D'Onofrio
Arthur Kennedy
Music by Howard Shore
Cinematography Elliot Davis
Edited by William A. Anderson
Angelo Corrao
Distributed by Avenue Pictures
Release dates May 5, 1989
Running time 95 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $96,000 (domestic)

Signs of Life, also known as One for Sorrow, Two for Joy, is a film by American director John David Coles, released May 5, 1989. The film stars Beau Bridges, Vincent D'Onofrio, and Arthur Kennedy (in his last film appearance).

Kathy Bates, Mary-Louise Parker, Will Patton, and Kate Reid also are featured.

Signs of Life was filmed in various small-town locations in Maine, with the exception of an underwater sequence filmed at Mystic Marine Aquarium in Mystic, Connecticut. It is the story of a Maine man who is losing his boat and his business.

The film earned director Coles a Deauville Film Festival award, but was a financial loss.


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