Nostromo Movie Review 1996

Information and Film Reviews for Nostromo the Movie

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Tediously drawn-out TV adaptation of the 1904 novel by Joseph Conrad takes place in the 1890s in the fictional South American country of Costaguana. Englishman Charles Gould (Firth) is determined to reopen his family's silver mine--a plan supported by the local regime, which is, however, soon to be overthrown. Amidst the revolution is the title character Nostromo (Amendola), a contraction of "nostro uomo" or "our man," an enigmatic Italian immigrant who organizes the dockworkers and is thrust into the role of hero. Filmed on location in Cartagena, Colombia. On three cassettes.

Distribution

The VideoFinders Collection, National Fulfillment Center, PO Box 27054, Glendale, CA 91225-7054, Toll-free: 800-799-1199, Fax: (818)637-5276

Available on VHS
Running time 360 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
South America, Books to Film: Joseph Conrad
Screenplay
John Hale
Cast
Colin Firth, Albert Finney, Claudio Amendola, Serena Scott Thomas, Claudia Cardinale, Brian Dennehy, Lothaire Bluteau, Ruth Gabriel, Joaquim de Almeida
Director
Alastair Reid
Music
Ennio Morricone
Producer
Michael Wearing, BBC Television, WGBH Boston, RAI

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