Six Days, Seven Nights
Six Days, Seven Nights is a 1998 American adventure comedy film directed by Ivan Reitman and starring Harrison Ford and Anne Heche. The screenplay was written by Michael Browning. It was filmed on location in Kauai, and released on June 12, 1998. Despite mixed reviews, the film was a moderate box-office success.
Robin Monroe (Anne Heche) is a New York editor for Dazzle, a fashion magazine. Her boyfriend Frank (David Schwimmer), surprises her with a week-long holiday on Makatea, an island in the South Pacific. The final leg of their journey to Makatea is in a dilapidated de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver, piloted by middle-aged American, Quinn Harris (Harrison Ford). They are accompanied by Quinn's young girlfriend Angelica (Jacqueline Obradors). On their first night on the island, Frank proposes to Robin, who happily accepts. At a bar, a drunken Quinn, who does not recognize Robin, unsuccessfully hits on her.
|editor||Sheldon Kahn Wendy Greene Bricmont|
|keywords||capture change of heart climb de havilland canada dhc-2 beaver deserted island engagement ring fashion magazine hide injured kill makatea married morning row search party shoot sleep south pacific tahiti world war ii young girl|
|producer||Ivan Reitman Roger Birnbaum|
|productionCompany||Caravan Pictures Northern Lights Entertainment Roger Birnbaum Productions Touchstone Pictures|
|publisher||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures|