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Map of the Human Heart (22-Apr-1993)

Director: Vincent Ward

Writers: Louis Nowra; Vincent Ward

Music: Gabriel Yared

Producers: Tim Bevan; Vincent Ward

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Patrick Bergin
4-Feb-1951   Sleeping with the Enemy
John Cusack
28-Jun-1966   High Fidelity
Jason Scott Lee
19-Nov-1966   The Jungle Book
Jeanne Moreau
23-Jan-1928   Jules et Jim
Anne Parillaud
6-May-1960   Nikita


Patrick Bergin   ...   Walter Russell
Anne Parillaud   ...   Albertine
Jason Scott Lee   ...   Avik
Ben Mendelsohn   ...   Farmboy
Robert Joamie   ...   Young Avik
Annie Galipeau   ...   Young Albertine
Special Appearance by
Jeanne Moreau   ...   Sister Banville
Clotilde Courau   ...   Rainee
John Cusack   ...   Mapmaker
Jerry Snell   ...   Boleslaw
Jayko Pitseolak   ...   Avik's Grandmother
Matt Holland   ...   Flight Navigator
Rebecca Vevee   ...   Inuit Cook
Josape Kopalee   ...   Inuit Elder
Reepah Arreak   ...   Avik's Girlfriend
Monique Spaziani   ...   Nurse Beatrice
Harry Hill   ...   X-Ray Doctor
Anik Matern   ...   Thelma
Mark Ruel   ...   Photo Analyst
Tyley Ross   ...   Photo Messenger
Charlotte Coleman   ...   Julie
Richard Zeman   ...   Military Policeman
Minor Mustain   ...   Army Sergeant
Gordon Masten   ...   Capt. Johns
Michelle Turmel   ...   Ginger Jameson
Rick Hamburg   ...   Arctic NCO
Dail Sullivan   ...   Barrage Balloon WAAC
Tamar Kozlov   ...   Dresden Girl
Robin Dorken   ...   Oilman
Bill Rowat   ...   Barman
Sophie Leger   ...   Voice Artist


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