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Winter's Tale (13-Feb-2014)

Director: Akiva Goldsman

Writer: Akiva Goldsman

From novel: Winter's Tale by Mark Helprin

Keywords: Fantasy

Ensemble fantasy flick tells the tale of several curious characters existing and operating over a century in New York City.

ABSTRACT
Adapted from the 1983 Mark Helprin novel of the same name, Winter's Tale centers on the story of Peter Lake, a petty New York City criminal taken by young Beverly Penn, a young woman dying of tuberculosis and an occupant of a house targeted in his line of work as a thief. Guardian angels, mentally-ill gangsters and the Devil himself come into play in this hammy, somewhat confusing yet visually-slick tale told over a century in America's largest city.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Matthew Bomer
Actor
11-Oct-1977   Neal Caffrey on White Collar
Jennifer Connelly
Actor
12-Dec-1970   Betty Ross in The Hulk
Kevin Corrigan
Actor
27-Mar-1969   Eddie Finnerty on Grounded for Life
Russell Crowe
Actor
7-Apr-1964   A Beautiful Mind
Kevin Durand
Actor
14-Jan-1974   Joshua on Dark Angel
Colin Farrell
Actor
31-May-1976   Bullseye in Daredevil
Graham Greene
Actor
22-Jun-1952   Dances With Wolves
Scott Grimes
Actor
9-Jul-1971   Dr. Archie Morris on ER
William Hurt
Actor
20-Mar-1950   Altered States, Broadcast News
Eva Marie Saint
Actor
4-Jul-1924   North by Northwest
Will Smith
Actor
25-Sep-1968   Fresh Prince of Bel Air

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