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Stealing Beauty (29-Mar-1996)

Director: Bernardo Bertolucci

Writers: Bernardo Bertolucci; Susan Minot

Original Music Composed and Conducted by: Richard Hartley

Producer: Jeremy Thomas

Keywords: Drama, Coming of Age

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sinéad Cusack
Actor
18-Feb-1948   Stealing Beauty
Joseph Fiennes
Actor
27-May-1970   Shakespeare in Love
Jason Flemyng
Actor
25-Sep-1966   The Quatermass Experiment
Jeremy Irons
Actor
19-Sep-1948   Dead Ringers
Jean Marais
Actor
11-Dec-1913 8-Nov-1998 Beauty and the Beast
D. W. Moffett
Actor
26-Oct-1954   Dean Winston on For Your Love
Stefania Sandrelli
Actor
5-Jun-1946   Jamón, jamón
Liv Tyler
Actor
1-Jul-1977   Daughter of Aerosmith frontman
Rachel Weisz
Actor
7-Mar-1971   The Constant Gardener

CAST

Sinéad Cusack   ...   Diana
Jeremy Irons   ...   Alex
Jean Marais   ...   M. Guillaume
Donal McCann   ...   Ian
D. W. Moffett   ...   Richard
Stefania Sandrelli   ...   Noemi
Rachel Weisz   ...   Miranda
and
Liv Tyler   ...   Lucy
Carlo Cecchi   ...   Carlo Lisca
Joseph Fiennes   ...   Christopher
Jason Flemyng   ...   Gregory
Anna Maria Gherardi   ...   Chiarella Donati
Ignazio Oliva   ...   Osvaldo Donati
Francesco Siciliano   ...   Michele Lisca
Mary Jo Sorgani   ...   Maria
Leonardo Treviglio   ...   Lieutenant
Rebecca Valpy   ...   Daisy
Alessandra Vanzi   ...   Marta
Roberto Zibetti   ...   Niccoló Donati

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