Destination Anywhere (film)

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Destination Anywhere: The Film
Directed byMark Pellington
Produced byTom Gorai
Written byStuart Cohn
Mark Pellington
Tom Gorai
StarringJon Bon Jovi
Demi Moore
Kevin Bacon
Whoopi Goldberg
Annabella Sciorra
Music byJon Bon Jovi
CinematographyBobby Bukowski
Edited byLeo Trombetta
Release date
June 1997 (VHS)
April 11, 2005 (DVD)
Running time
45 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Destination Anywhere is an American film inspired by and featuring music and concepts from Jon Bon Jovi's second solo record Destination Anywhere. The film and album was released in June, 1997; the film stars Jon Bon Jovi and Demi Moore as a young couple struggling with alcoholism and the death of their young child. Directed by Mark Pellington, the film debuted on both MTV and VH1 in 1997 and also stars Kevin Bacon, Whoopi Goldberg and Annabella Sciorra; the film was released on DVD on April 11, 2005 and includes five promotional music videos and the track "It's Just Me" also features in full during the film.

Plot[edit]

The film is a contemporary film noir set on the streets of a gritty, yet colorful Manhattan neighborhood. Jon Bon Jovi stars as JON, a man on the run from his home, his gambling debts, and his marriage, he is summoned back to New York to deal with his emotionally estranged wife, JANIE, an emergency room nurse who has never fully recovered from the hit-and-run death of their only child several years ago. Jon returns to chaos, Janie is out of control and his debts have caused his life to be in danger, he struggles to cope with the troubles at home, but has built walls that are too thick to penetrate and the problems only escalate between Jon and Janie. When an abandoned baby is found in a dumpster and brought to the hospital where Janie works, a series of events is set in motion that forces the couple to reassess the terms of their love, responsibility and commitment to one another.[1]

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The Soundtrack also released in 1997 charted at #31 on The Billboard 200, #6 on the Top Canadian albums chart[2] and #2 on the UK Albums Chart[3]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Queen of New Orleans"Jon Bon Jovi, Dave Stewart4:31
2."Janie, Don't Take Your Love to Town"Jon Bon Jovi5:18
3."Midnight in Chelsea"Jon Bon Jovi, Dave Stewart4:58
4."Ugly"Jon Bon Jovi, Eric Bazilian3:24
5."Staring at Your Window with a Suitcase in My Hand"Jon Bon Jovi4:26
6."Every Word Was a Piece of My Heart"Jon Bon Jovi5:16
7."It's Just Me"Jon Bon Jovi6:44
8."Destination Anywhere"Jon Bon Jovi4:56
9."Learning How to Fall"Jon Bon Jovi4:04
10."Naked"Jon Bon Jovi, Mark Hudson, Greg Wells4:42
11."Little City"Jon Bon Jovi4:58
12."August 7, 4:15"Jon Bon Jovi4:59
13."Cold Hard Heart"Jon Bon Jovi4:42

Contents[edit]

Electronic Press Kit for the album.
Directed by Bruce Weber
A Little Bear Production

Director: Wayne Isham

Director: Mark Pellington

  • "Ugly" Promo Video (DVD Version Only)

Director: Mark Pellington

Director: Mark Pellington

  • "Staring At Your Window With A Suitcase In My Hand" Promo Video (DVD Version Only - Hidden video only viewable with the "Play All" function)

Director: Mark Pellington

DVD bonus features[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IMDB - Destination Anywhere". 2010.
  2. ^ "Allmusic (Jon Bon Jovi charts & awards) Billboard albums".
  3. ^ "Chart stats - Jon Bon Jovi".

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