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Impromptu

Impromptu(1991)

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Brief Synopsis

Novelist George Sand dumps her lover to pursue Frederic Chopin.

Cast & Crew

James Lapine Director
Judy Davis George Sand
Hugh Grant Frederic Chopin
Mandy Patinkin Alfred Demusset
Bernadette Peters Marie D'Agoult
Julian Sands Franz Liszt
Ralph Brown Eugene Delacroix
Georges Corraface Felicien Mallefille
Anton Rodgers Duke D'Antan
Emma Thompson Duchess D'Antan
Anna Massey George Sand'S Mother
Jezabelle Amato Inn Keeper'S Wife
Claude Berthy Chopin'S Valet
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1991 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Distributions Co:  Hemdale Releasing Corporation
Sound:  Production Co:  .....Production Company, .....Production Company, .....Production Company, .....Domestic Theatrical Distributor, .....Foreign Theatrical Distributor, Finnkino Oy .....Foreign Theatrical Distributor, .....Foreign Theatrical Distributor, .....Foreign Theatrical Distributor, Sovereign Pictures .....Foreign Distribution Sales, .....Domestic Video Distributor, .....Public Relations, Dda Public Relations .....Public Relations
Duration(mins):  Country:  United Kingdom (GB)
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    kevin sellers 2016-01-24

    A veritable cornucopia of overacting. With the possible exception of Ralph Brown, as Delacroix, every member of the cast, at some point, engages in... MORE>