Sea of Love

Deception is dangerous. Desire is deadly.

Categories: Drama, Crime, Mystery, Romance, Thriller
Seen-it-all New York detective Frank Keller is unsettled - he has done twenty years on the force and could retire, and he hasn't come to terms with his wife leaving him for a colleague. Joining up with an officer from another part of town to investigate a series of murders linked by the lonely hearts columns he finds he is getting seriously and possibly dangerously involved with Helen, one of the main suspects.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1989-09-15
Run time: 113 minute / 1:53
Budget: $19,000,000
Revenue: $110,879,513
Director: Harold Becker
Writer: Richard Price
Production Company : Universal Pictures
Production Country: United States of America



Al Pacino
as Frank Keller
Ellen Barkin
as Helen Cruger
John Goodman
as Sherman
Michael Rooker
as Terry
William Hickey
as Frank Keller Sr.
Richard Jenkins
as Gruber
Paul Calderon
as Serafino
Gene Canfield
as Struk
Larry Joshua
as Dargan
John Spencer
as Lieutenant
Christine Estabrook
as Gina Gallagher / Lonelyheart
Barbara Baxley
as Miss Allen
Patricia Barry
as Older Woman
Mark Phelan
as Murdered Man
Michael O'Neill
as Raymond Brown
Michael Fischetti
as Doorman
Luis Antonio Ramos
as Omar Maldonado
Rafael Báez
as Efram Maldonado
Samuel L. Jackson
as Black Guy
Damien Leake
as Ernest Lee
John Thaddeus
as Tommy
Joshua Nelson
as Willie
Christofer de Oni
as Supermarket Manager
Dwayne McClary
as Supermarket Cashier
Jacqueline Brookes
as Helen's Mother
Thom Curley
as Toastmaster
Fred Sanders
as Cable Supervisor
Larry Mullane
as Clipboard Guy #2
Anthony Catanese
as Clipboard Guy #3
Thomas Wagner
as Bartender
Manny Alfaro
as Doorman
Brian Paul
as James Mackey
Deborah Taylor
as Tense Woman
Ferne Downey
as Sasha
Nancy Beatty
as Raymond Brown's Wife
Tony De Santis
as Clipboard Guy #1
Jackie Laidlaw
as Yuppie Detective #1
Paul Hubbard
as Yuppie Detective #2
James Kidnie
as Surveillance Team Member
Bridget O'Sullivan
as Sherman's Wife
Franz Fridal
as Criminal Type
James O'Regan
as Hallway Cop
Wayne Best
as Hallway Cop
John Bourgeois
as Young Cop
Hugh Thompson
as Young Cop
Miranda de Pencier
as Bride
Ty Templeton
as Groom
Lorraine Bracco
as Denice Gruber (scenes deleted)
Martin Bregman Producer

Richard Price Screenplay

John Jay Moore Production Design

Trevor Jones Music

Ronnie Taylor Director of Photography

Mary Colquhoun Casting

Harold Becker Director

David Bretherton Editor

Adam Holender Additional Photography

Costume & Make-Up
Betsy Cox Costume Design

Michael Bregman Associate Producer
Louis A. Stroller Producer

Thomas J. Mack First Assistant Director

Andy Chmura Camera Operator

Blanche McDermaid Script Supervisor
Michael E. Steele First Assistant Director
David Sardi Second Assistant Director

Yves Drapeau First Assistant Camera

Rocco Gismondi Second Assistant Director
Madeleine Henrié Second Assistant Director

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