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End of August, The

End of August, The(1981)

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In New Orleans, in the summer of 1900, Edna Pontellier begins to feel unfulfilled by her marriage, motherhood, and her comfortable life. Her longings lead her into an affair with a younger man named Robert. And when Robert leaves, Edna moves out of the home where she lives with her husband to a cott

Cast & Crew

Bob Graham Director
Sally Sharp Edna Pontellier
Lilia Skala Madamoiselle Reisz
David Marshall Grant Robert Lebrun
Paul Roebling Leone Pontellier
Paul Shenar Arobin
John McLiam Colonel
Mark Linn-Baker Victor Lebrun
Patricia Berry Mrs Merriman
Patricia Falkenhain Madame Lebrun
Roy Poole Dr Mandelet
William Meisle Alphonse
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Release Date:  1981 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  .....Production Company, Movie Magic .....Production Company, .....Foreign Theatrical Distributor
Duration(mins):  Country:  United States (USA)
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  • The End of August 1981

    becky 2008-01-31

    I was visiting my brother years ago and since I was on vacation I planned to stay up l;ate and watch TV. Much to my dismay, nothing seemed at all... MORE>