Cold Mountain Movie Review 2003

Information and Film Reviews for Cold Mountain the Movie

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Minghella's excellent adaptation of Charles Frazier's dense and challenging novel has Inman (Law) attempting to return home, "Odyssey"-style, to North Carolina after his friends are all killed in the disastrous battle at Petersburg, Virginia in 1864. Inman sees no point in continuing the fight and begins his journey so he can continue the brief, chaste, tentative courtship he had begun with the sophisticated Ada (Kidman) before the war. Ada has also seen hardship during their separation. Her father has died, leaving her unprepared to tend the farm until neighbor Ruby (Zellweger) is sent to help.All the actors are superb, with Zellweger stealing every scene she's in, and Minghella strikes the perfect balance between the two stories, thanks to some expert editing.

Distribution

Not Yet Released

Available on DVD
Running time 155 minutes.
Originally from British, Romanian, Italian.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Civil War, Survival, American South, Female Bonding, Farm Livin', Road Trip, Big Battles
Screenplay
Anthony Minghella
Cast
Jude Law, Nicole Kidman, Renee Zellweger, Donald Sutherland, Eileen Atkins, Brendan Gleeson, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Natalie Portman, Giovanni Ribisi, Ray Winstone, Kathy Baker, James Gammon, Charlie Hunnam, Jack White, Ethan Suplee, Jena Malone, Melora Walters, Lucas Black, Taryn Manning, Tom Aldredge, James Rebhorn
Cinematography
John Seale
Director
Anthony Minghella
Music
Gabriel Yared
Other
Ivan Sharrock, Walter Murch, Robert Guerra, Ann Roth, Dante Ferretti
Producer
Sydney Pollack, William Horberg, Albert Berger, Ron Yerxa, Mirage Enterprises, Bona Fide, Miramax Films

Awards

Oscars 2003: Support. Actress (Zellweger); British Acad. 2003: Support. Actress (Zellweger), Score; Golden Globes 2004: Support. Actress (Zellweger); Screen Actors Guild 2003: Support. Actress (Zellweger).

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