Directed by Roman Polanski, "Bitter Moon" (also known as "Lunes de fiel", "Luna di fiele") is a Drama film, released on March 11 of 1994 in the USA . Hugh Grant is starring, alongside Kristin Scott Thomas, Emmanuelle Seigner, Peter Coyote, Victor Banerjee and Sophie Patel.
Who directed "Bitter Moon":
Bitter Moon was directed by Roman Polanski, a French actor, director, writer, and producer.
Before making Bitter Moon, Roman Polanski had directed Frantic, released in 1988, Pirates (1986), Tess (1979), Le Locataire (1976), Chinatown (1974), and Rosemary's Baby (1968). Since, he directed Death and the Maiden, released in 1994, The Ninth Gate (1999), The Pianist (2002), The Ghost (2009), The Ghost Writer (2010), and Carnage (2011).
When was "Bitter Moon" released:
Bitter Moon was initally released in the United States on Friday, March 11, 1994. Also released on this day were Salmonberries (dir. Percy Adlon), Guarding Tess (dir. Hugh Wilson), The Hudsucker Proxy (dir. Joel Coen), and Lightning Jack (dir. Simon Wincer). This was twenty-five (25) years ago.
It has been released on Sunday, July 12, 1992 in the United Kingdom; Wednesday, September 23, 1992 in France; Thursday, January 07, 1993 in Germany; Thursday, January 14, 1993 in Italy; Wednesday, September 09, 1992 in Spain and on Thursday, February 25, 1993 in Australia.
What is the casting of "Bitter Moon":
At the casting of Bitter Moon we find Hugh Grant, previously seen in Impromptu (1991) and The Big Man (1990); Kristin Scott Thomas (A Handful of Dust (1988), Agent trouble (1987)); Emmanuelle Seigner (Frantic (1988), Détective (1985)) [ more... ]
- Emmanuelle Seigner and Richard Dieux can be seen in Frantic, released in 1988.
- Smilja Mihailovitch and Richard Dieux also appeared in Pirates, released in 1986.
- Emmanuelle Seigner and Kristin Scott Thomas also worked together in In the House, released in 2012.
- Kristin Scott Thomas and Hugh Grant also appeared together in Four Weddings and a Funeral, released in 1994.
What is the Storyline of "Bitter Moon":
A prim and proper British couple, Nigel and Fiona Dobson, are on a Mediterranean cruise ship to Istanbul, en route to India. On the ship, they meet the seductive French woman Mimi and her much older American husband Oscar, a paraplegic: acerbic and cynical, he is jaded and a failure as a writer. The story unfolds as Oscar invites Nigel to his cabin, and tells him in great detail how he and Mimi first met on a bus in Paris and fell passionately in love.
Nigel relates all to Fiona. Both are [...]
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