A Room with a View 1985 Film | Helena Bonham Carter



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FACTS ABOUT A ROOM WITH A VIEW


Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): Un romance en Florencia, Chambre avec vue


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Director: James Ivory

Writer: Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, E.M. Forster (novel)

Genre: drama, romance


Cast includes:

Maggie Smith - Charlotte Bartlett, a chaperon

Helena Bonham Carter - Lucy Honeychurch, Miss Bartlett's cousin and charge

Denholm Elliott - Mr. Emerson, an English tourist

Julian Sands - George Emerson

Simon Callow - The Reverend Mr Beebe

Patrick Godfrey - The Reverend Mr. Eager, Chaplain of the Anglican Church in Florence

Judi Dench - Eleanor Lavish, a novelist

Fabia Drake - Miss Catharine Alan

Joan Henley - Miss Teresa Alan

Amanda Walker - The Cockney Signora

Daniel Day-Lewis - Cecil Vyse

Maria Britneva - Mrs Vyse, Cecil's mother

Rosemary Leach - Mrs Honeychurch

Rupert Graves - Freddy Honeychurch

Peter Cellier - Sir Harry Otway, a landlord


Producers include Paul Bradley , Peter Marangoni, and Ismail Merchant.


The film was screened as the Royal Command Film Performance on 13th December 1985 in the UK. It was later screened at the Venice Film Festival.


Production companies include Goldcrest Films International, National Film Finance Corporation (NFFC), Curzon Film Distributors, Film Four International, and Merchant Ivory Productions. Distributors include Cinecom Pictures, CBS/Fox Home Video, BBC America, Norstar Releasing, and Image Entertainment.


Music: Richard Robbins

Cinematography: Tony Pierce-Roberts

Film editing: Humphrey Dixon

Casting: Celestia Fox

Production design: Brian Ackland-Snow, Gianni Quaranta

Art direction: Elio Altamura, Brian Savegar

Costume design: Jenny Beavan, John Bright


Filming locations: Fiesole, Florence, Tuscany, Italy; Bluebell Railway, East Sussex; Estonian Embassy, Hyde Park Gate, South Kensington, London; Foxwold House, Chiddingstone, Kent; Linley Sanbourne house; Chiddingstone; Emmetts Garden, Sevenoaks.


Some of the awards include: Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium, Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Best Costume Design (Academy Awards); Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture (Maggie Smith) (Golden Globes); Best Production Design, Best Film, Best Costume Design (BAFTA); Best Foreign Film, Best Foreign Director (David di Donatello Awards).


Other awards were won from bodies including: Evening Standard British Film Awards; Guild of German Art House Cinemas; Independent Spirit Awards; Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards; London Critics Circle Film Awards; National Board of Review; Sant Jordi Awards; New York Film Critics Circle Awards; and Writers' Guild of America.


Brief plot: Romance and drama set in Florence, based on the story by E.M. Forster.


Trailer (uploaded by Movieman Trailers): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkrldSP4EU8


IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091867/


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