Impromptu Movie Review 1990

Information and Film Reviews for Impromptu the Movie

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A smart, sassy, romantic comedy set in 1830s Europe among the era's artistic greats--here depicted as scalawags, parasites and early beatniks. The film's ace is Davis in a lusty, dynamic role as mannish authoress George Sand, obsessively in love with the dismayed composer Chopin. Though he's too pallid a character for her attraction to be credible, a great cast and abundant wit make this a treat. Beautiful score featuring Chopin and Liszt. Film debut of stage director Lapine; screenplay written by his wife, Sarah Kernochan.

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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 108 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Romantic Comedy, Period Piece: 19th Century, Writers, Biopics: Musicians, France
Screenplay
Sarah Kernochan
Cast
Judy Davis, Hugh Grant, Mandy Patinkin, Bernadette Peters, Julian Sands, Ralph Brown, Georges Corraface, Anton Rodgers, Emma Thompson, Anna Massey, John Savident, Elizabeth Spriggs
Cinematography
Bruno de Keyzer
Director
James Lapine
Other
Michael Ellis
Producer
Governor, Les Films Ariane

Awards

Ind. Spirit 1992: Actress (Davis).

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