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Elegy (10-Feb-2008)

Director: Isabel Coixet

Writer: Nicholas Meyer

From novel: The Dying Animal by Philip Roth

Producers: Tom Rosenberg; Gary Lucchesi; Andre Lamal

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Patricia Clarkson
Actor
29-Dec-1959   Pieces of April
Penelope Cruz
Actor
28-Apr-1974   Woman On Top
Debbie Harry
Singer
1-Jul-1945   Blondie
Dennis Hopper
Actor
17-May-1936 29-May-2010 Apocalypse Now
Ben Kingsley
Actor
31-Dec-1943   Gandhi
Julian Richings
Actor
8-Sep-1955   Todd and the Book of Pure Evil
Charlie Rose
Talk Show Host
5-Jan-1942   Charlie Rose Show
Peter Sarsgaard
Actor
7-Mar-1971   Shattered Glass

CAST

Penelope Cruz   ...   Consuela Castillo
Ben Kingsley   ...   David Kepesh
Dennis Hopper   ...   George
Patricia Clarkson   ...   Carolyn
Peter Sarsgaard   ...   Kenny Kepesh
Debbie Harry   ...   Amy
Charlie Rose   ...   Himself
Antonio Cupo   ...   Younger Man
Michelle Harrison   ...   2nd Student
Sonja Bennett   ...   Beth
Emily Holmes   ...   1st Student
Chelah Horsdal   ...   Susan Reese
Marci T. House   ...   Administration Nurse
Alessandro Juliani   ...   Actor #3 in Play
Tiffany Lyndall-Knight   ...   Actor #2 in Play
Laura Mennell   ...   Cute Girl
Andre Lamal   ...   Talk Show Host
Shaker Paleja   ...   3rd Student
Kris Pope   ...   Consuela's Brother
Julian Richings   ...   Actor in Play #1
Tania Saulnier   ...   George's Girlfriend
Michael Teigen   ...   Waiter

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