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The Screen Guide

A romantic comedy about an unlikely marriage of convenience. George is a French citizen, a composer who needs to marry an American in order to get a Green Card. Bronte is a passionate horticulturalist who needs to find a husband to satisfy the 'married couples only' requirements of the rare garden apartment that she wants to rent. They marry and part and could have lived happily ever after except for the efforts of the US Immigration Department...

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Crew

Director
Peter Weir
Writers
Peter Weir
Producer
Jean Gontier  Peter Weir
Executive Producers
Edward S. Feldman
Dir. of Photography
Geoffrey Simpson ACS
Composer
Hans Zimmer
Editor
William Anderson
Production Designer
Wendy Stites

Cast

Gerard Depardieu - Andie MacDowell

Production Details

Production Completion
1990
Genre
Comedy, Romantic comedy
Co-Production
Australia/France Co-Production
Production Company
Green Card Productions

Sales

International Sales
Green Card Productions

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • London Film Critics Circle
    (1991)
  • Centre Georges Pompidou, Australian - Pompidou Event
    (1991)
  • Hollywood Foreign Press Association
    (1990)

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