I'm Losing You [DVD] [1998]

I'm Losing You is one of the better discs Sterling has produced. The picture quality is very good. There are a few nicks and scratches, but they are few and far between and not very distracting. The picture is framed in the widescreen aspect ratio of 1.85:1 and the only thing missing is an anamorphic transfer. This disc has a four-channel surround soundtrack. Viewers of this disc, if using Dolby Digital, need to turn off the digital tuner and change it to Dolby Pro-Logic to get anything beyond a two-channel track. The soundtrack is decent, with the dialogue in the middle. It has an English soundtrack, but no English subtitles. Spanish subtitles are included. This disc includes standard features such as biographies and filmographies for the cast and crew and the theatrical trailer. There is a detailed and informative audio commentary from director Bruce Wagner and actress Rosanna Arquette.
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Special Features

  • Digitally mastered
  • Dolby Stereo Surround
  • Letterbox aspect ratio 1.85:1
  • Audio commentary track with director Bruce Wagner and actress Rosanna Arquette
  • Interactive motion menus
  • 20 chapters with motion images
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Biographies and filmgraphies of cast, director and producer
  • Optional Spanish subtitles


I'm Losing You
This 1998 film about a dysfunctional Los Angeles family is directed by Bruce Wagner, on whose novel this is based. Everyone in this family has a problem. Perry (Frank Langella) is a successful TV producer who has been diagnosed with inoperable cancer just before his 60th birthday. His son Bertie (Andrew McCarthy) is an unsuccessful actor but a wonderful father with an adorable daughter and an ex-wife who is known to show up for visitations visibly stoned. Rachel (Rosanna Arquette), a niece who is now his adopted daughter, finds out that her father murdered her mother years ago before taking his own life. We follow these characters as they go through their share of hardships and love. We are given a lot to chew on, including death, adultery, AIDS, and deceit. Wagner got a lot of very good actors to appear in small roles, including Amanda Donohoe, Buck Henry, Elizabeth Perkins, and Ed Begley Jr.. Prior to this film Wagner was chiefly known as the writer of Wild Palms and Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills. ~ Brett Harrison, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Rosanna Arquette
    Rosanna Arquette - Rachel Krohn
  • Amanda Donohoe
    Amanda Donohoe - Mona Deware
  • Buck Henry
    Buck Henry - Philip Dragom
  • Salome Jens
    Salome Jens - Diantha Krohn
  • Frank Langella
    Frank Langella - Perry Needham Krohn
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