Slaves of New York1989
Starring Bernadette Peters, Chris Sarandon, Mary Beth Hurt, Madeleine Potter, Adam Coleman Howard and Charles McCaughan, "Slaves of New York" (also known as "Großstadtsklaven", "Schiavi di New York") is a Drama film directed by James Ivory, released in the USA on March 17 of 1989.
Who directed "Slaves of New York":
Slaves of New York was directed by James Ivory, an American director, writer, producer, and actor.
Before directing Slaves of New York, James Ivory had directed Maurice, released in 1987, The Bostonians (1984), Heat and Dust (1983), Quartet (1981), Jane Austen in Manhattan (1980), and The Europeans (1979). Since, he directed Mr. & Mrs. Bridge, released in 1990, Howards End (1992), The Remains of the Day (1993), Jefferson in Paris (1995), A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries (1998), and The Golden Bowl (2000).
What was the release date of "Slaves of New York":
Slaves of New York was initially released on Friday, March 17, 1989, in the United States. Other films released on Friday, March 17, 1989 are Fletch Lives (dir. Michael Ritchie), Leviathan (dir. George P. Cosmatos), and Rooftops (dir. Robert Wise). This was thirty (30) years ago.
It has been released on Thursday, September 14, 1989 in Germany.
Who is at the casting of "Slaves of New York":
At the casting of Slaves of New York we find Bernadette Peters, previously seen in Annie (1982) and Heartbeeps (1981); Chris Sarandon (Child's Play (1988), The Princess Bride (1987)); Mary Beth Hurt (Parents (1989), Compromising Positions (1985)) [ more... ]
- Charles McCaughan and Madeleine Potter can be seen in The Bostonians, released in 1984.
- Steve Buscemi and Madeleine Potter also appeared together in Bloodhounds of Broadway, released in 1989.
What is the Storyline of "Slaves of New York":
The story follows Eleanor, an aspiring hat designer, and a group of artists and models in the "downtown" New York City art world. Eleanor lives with her younger boyfriend Stash, an unknown artist, who is unfaithful and treats Eleanor with careless indifference. Eleanor expresses her feelings for Stash when she tells him that she was once attracted to him because he was dangerous. She stays with him despite the crumbling relationship because she has nowhere else to live?she is, in effect, a [...]
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