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52nd edition from May 13 to 23, 2020

Agnes Browne

Fortnight 1999, Feature film, 1h31

Synopsis

From the director of Bastard out of Carolina and produced by acclaimed filmmaker Jim Sheridan, a charming story about a woman who gives herself a second chance at life and love. Set in Dublin in 1967, Agnes Browne is a funny story of feisty young widow, who, with her seven children, manages to overcome life’s adversities and even find a little humor in the most difficult of circumstances.

Director

Anjelica Huston

She grew up in Ireland and started as an actress when she was 15 in A walk with Love and Death.She won best actress Oscar in a second part for Prizzi’s Honor, directed by her father. Some of her plays: The Crossing Guard ( Sean Penn ), The Grifters ( Stephen Frears ), The Addams Family and Adams Family Values ( Barry Sonnenfeld ), Gardens of Stones ( Francis Ford Coppola ). She also was on stage. She lives in Los Angeles.

Anjelica Huston
Arno Chevrier
Marion O’Dwyer
Tom Jones

Screenplay
Brendan O’Carroll, John GoldsmithAdapté de The Mammy de Brendan O’Carroll

Image
Tony Richmond

Sound
Peter Austin

Editing
Eva Gardos

Music
Paddy Moloney

Set decoration
David Brockhurst

production : Hell’s Kitchen, 922 Merrion Road, Dublin 4, Irlande, Tél. : (353 1) 836 80 52, Fax : (353 1) 874 18 450 vente à l’étranger : Good Machine International, 417 Canal Street, 4ème étage, New York NY 10013, Etats-Unis, Tél. : (1 212) 343 9230, Fax : (1 212) 343 9645 distribution : Diaphana, 50 rue de Paradis, 75010 Paris, France, Tél. : 33 (0)1 44 79 92 92, Fax : 33 (0)1 42 46 54 48