|Starring: Gerard Depardieu, Andie McDowell, Bebe Neuwirth, Gregg Edelman,
Robert Prosky, Jessie Kesian and Ethan Phillips.
Director of Photography: Geoffrey Simpson
Music by Hans Zimmer.
Written by: Peter Weir
Running Time: 1 hr, 48 min.
- Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay (Weir)
A French composer and an American woman enter into a marriage of convenience. He wants his green card and she wants the apartment of her dreams, open only to a married couple. They marry and go their separate ways only to be forced to come together again when immigration officials want to see whether their marriage is legitimate.
|Bronte:: I don't dislike you Georges, I have no opinion of you.|
Scene Three: Hearing Music
Bronte: You've had lots of women but you've never loved anyone since Helene except for me and you fell in love with me because...
Georges: Ahh, what's a good reason? Just can't think.
Bronte: It can't be that hard to think of a reason.
Georges: Let me see. Ahh, there must be a reason. Oh yes, yes, because I begin to hear music again.
Lauren (Bronte's friend who just loves the French) was played by Bebe Neuwirth, better known as Lilith from "Cheers".
Bronte's Lawyer (who cheerfully informs her that as innocent as her motivations may have been, she still broke the law) was played by former Munster Robert Prosky. People may also recognize him from "Mrs. Doubtfire" or "Gremlins 2".