Lonely Hearts (2006 film)

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Directed byLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_1_0 Todd RobinsonLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_1_1
Produced byLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_2_0 Holly Wiersma

Boaz DavidsonLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_2_1

Written byLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_3_0 Todd RobinsonLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_3_1
StarringLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_4_0 John Travolta

James Gandolfini Jared Leto Salma Hayek Laura Dern Scott Caan Alice Krige Bailee MadisonLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_4_1

Music byLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_5_0 Mychael DannaLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_5_1
CinematographyLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_6_0 Mark Kohl, Peter LevyLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_6_1
Edited byLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_7_0 Kathryn HimoffLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_7_1

companyLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_8_0

Emmett/Furla FilmsLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_8_1
Distributed byLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_9_0 Roadside Attractions

Samuel Goldwyn Films Millennium FilmsLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_9_1

Release dateLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_10_0 Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_10_1
Running timeLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_11_0 108 minutesLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_11_1
CountryLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_12_0 United StatesLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_12_1
LanguageLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_13_0 EnglishLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_13_1
BudgetLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_14_0 (est.) 18 millionLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_14_1
Box officeLonely Hearts (2006 film)_header_cell_0_15_0 $2.5 millionLonely Hearts (2006 film)_cell_0_15_1

Lonely Hearts is a 2006 American film directed and written by Todd Robinson. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_0

It is a neo-noir based on the true story of the notorious "Lonely Hearts Killers" spree killing of the 1940s, Martha Beck and Raymond Fernandez. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_1

The story of Beck and Fernandez was also the subject of the 1970 film The Honeymoon Killers, directed by Leonard Kastle and the 1996 film Deep Crimson, directed by Arturo Ripstein. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_2

The film is also notable for being actress Bailee Madison's film debut. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_3

Synopsis Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_section_0

Raymond Fernandez (Jared Leto) is a con man who meets single, rich women through personal ads. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_4

Upon meeting Martha Beck (Salma Hayek), he and Beck decide to join forces. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_5

The two begin traveling the country, eventually murdering at least 12 women who responded to their ads. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_6

Detective Robinson (John Travolta) and Detective Hildebrandt (James Gandolfini) are the homicide detectives who bring the couple to justice. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_7

Cast Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_section_1

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Development and production Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_section_2

Filming began on March 21, 2005, with the majority of shooting taking place on location in and around historic venues in Jacksonville, Florida. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_8

Portions were filmed in the historic Springfield district north of Downtown. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_9

The scene of the bungalow court was filmed at "Dancey Terrace" (Redell Street) which was at the time vacant but is now being restored. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_10

Additional shooting occurred in nearby Fernandina and Amelia Island. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_11

Several scenes were shot in the Davenport Hotel in Spokane, Washington. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_12

Shots of the famous fireplace and Peacock Lounge can be seen in the background. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_13

Jacksonville competed with Orlando and Ocala, Florida, and the state of Louisiana for the film. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_14

The film crew consisted of 218 local technicians, actors, and actresses, and 833 extras who generated a $3.28 million influx to the region. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_15

Release Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_section_3

Lonely Hearts premiered in the U.S. at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 30, 2006. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_16

Following this the film had a screening at the Jacksonville Film Festival on May 18, 2006. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_17

The film was given a staggered release internationally throughout the final quarter of 2006 and into 2007. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_18

Lonely Hearts was scheduled to be given a limited release by Roadside Attractions in the U.S. on April 13, 2007. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_19

It was available to watch on Clickstar on-demand shortly after its domestic release. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_20

Reception Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_section_4

The film earned $188,565 in the United States and Canada, and $2,330,589 in the rest of the world, for a combined gross of $2,519,154. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_21

Critical reaction was mixed, and the film currently has a 47% rating on Rotten Tomatoes from 43 reviews. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_22

DVD release Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_section_5

The Region One DVD was released by Sony on July 31, 2007, although it was available for rental in several countries since late 2006. Lonely Hearts (2006 film)_sentence_23

Credits to the contents of this page go to the authors of the corresponding Wikipedia page: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lonely Hearts (2006 film).