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Every good romantic comedy ends with a kiss, and the 1995 classic Clueless is no exception. : The Oral History of Clueless, the film’s principles, including stars Alicia Silverstone and Paul Rudd, as well as writer-director Amy Heckerling, tell the behind-the-scenes story of how the film arrived at the wedding-day smooch between Cher (played by Silverstone) and Josh (played by Rudd). Hall and Miss Geist — not of Cher and Josh, because: as if!— was shot in the backyard of the Encino home that doubled as Cher’s house. It was just like doing a regular wedding, except it’s not.Then we all couldn’t stop laughing for a little too long. You never knew: It could be just one word that hit somebody funny, you know, or hit somebody’s funny bone and the next thing you knew, it was just contagious. Paul Rudd: Carl Gottlieb was in it briefly and was a friend of Amy’s.We got real punchy and couldn’t stop, to the point where the crew and Amy, they were getting a little annoyed. I think he was the priest who marries them at the end. Hall: I also found that part of the plot so moving and adorable, the way they set us up, Miss Geist and myself.The wedding dates, i.e., the two days during which the sequence was shot: Thursday, January 19, and Friday, January 20, 1995, days forty and forty-one of production. Bill Pope, director of photography: By then, everybody was their characters. Jeremy Sisto, Elton: I do vaguely remember running to set or something weird about that day, so that must have been it.What happens, Cliffs Notes version: Miss Geist and Mr. Cher catches the bouquet thrown by Miss Geist, thereby winning a bet regarding which girlfriend could snag the flowers. I remember looking up and seeing the boys around the table and they were talking amongst themselves, boys about girls. they just sort of cut it out, whatever I was supposed to do. Amy Heckerling, writer-director: I remember Donald was having some trouble saying some of the words in the dialogue.Every time I see him, it’s like he’s still my husband.
It was quite an interesting design and I think beautifully executed by my seamstresses. Barry Berg, producer and unit production manager: I guess it’s something that as a guy, I probably didn’t really understand and that was that they really wanted a terrific-looking, special, expensive wedding dress [for Miss Geist]. It wasn’t a tight dress, but the material — I think the waist was really tight or something. The deal was that they were the end title song, but the song [would start] before the movie’s over.
The rain on the movie that year, in January, was just phenomenal. Donald Faison, Murray: We were all really tight already, by that time. But actually, I start the shot on Breckin and we ease the camera over onto Donald, so we catch his line when he thought he was off-camera. That’s when I’m arguing with Dionne, and then, I want to say in Mr. Because Brittany has always been so close to me and like a sister, you’ll see in the movie that I just kiss her on the top of the head, like she’s my half sister or something.
Adam Schroeder, producer: The entire cast and everybody was dressed to the nines …
The thing I knew about him, because I was such a Steve Martin fanatic, was what a great comedy writer Carl Gottlieb was, and that he was Iron Balls Mc Ginty from The Jerk. The decency of these characters and the way they do nice things, not really out of principle but more out of instinct.
In this world that Amy has created, some of the rules of the world are set up so people learn to be more compassionate and nice to each other and understanding of each other, without consciously adopting new principles. Twink Caplan: I was really humbled to even work with Wally. He is just a lovely man in every way: gentlemanly, and just kind and so smart.