Madame Sousatzka


2h 2m 1988

Brief Synopsis

An aging piano teacher fights to hold on to her star student.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Drama
Release Date
1988
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 2m

Synopsis

The relationship between a demanding piano teacher and her student, an Indian prodigy.

Crew

Christopher Adey

Music Conductor

Luciana Arrighi

Production Designer

Stephen Banks

Other

Mike Beaven

Driver

Ludwig Van Beethoven

Music

Ernie Bell

Other

Bruce Bigg

Property Master

Roy Biggs

Production

Simon Bosanquet

Associate Producer

William Boughton

Music Conductor

Elaine Bowerbank

Hairdresser

Johannes Brahms

Music

John Brown

Music Arranger

Sidney Bushnell

Driver

Joanna Campling

Writer

Diane Chittell

Production Coordinator

Frederic Chopin

Music

Vanessa Clegg

Assistant Art Director

Stanley Cook

Props

Hazel Crombie

Accounting Assistant

Nat Crosby

Director Of Photography

Robin Dalton

Producer

Nick Daubeny

Location Manager

Noel Davis

Casting

Kevin De La Noy

Assistant Director

Joe Devlin

Carpenter

Diana Dill

Script Supervisor

John Dodds

Assistant Director

Cynthea Dowling

Wardrobe Assistant

Diana Eaton

Music Editor

Sadie Eden

Stunts

Sallie Evans

Makeup

John Field

Other

Steve Fitzwater

Carpenter

Annick Fordham

Office Runner

Kevin Fowler

Production

Andrew Garnet-lawson

Scenic Artist

Paula Gillespie

Hairdresser

Aidan Goldberg

Video Playback

Susan Goldstein

Other

Gerald Gouriet

Music

Liz Green

Other

Rob Green

Assistant Editor

Alan Grenham

Other

Carolla Grindea

Assistant

Taffy Haines

Sound

George Frederick Handel

Music

John Hedges

Construction Manager

Renee Heimer

Wardrobe

Kevin Hoar

Production

John Hollywood

Driver

Peter Honess

Editor

Gerry Humphreys

Sound

Gary Hutchings

Key Grip

Ian Jackson

Other

Ruth Prawer Jhabvala

Screenplay

Chris Joyce

Assistant Editor

Simon Kaye

Sound Mixer

Geoff King

Driver

Ken Lintott

Makeup

Franz Lizst

Music

Lee Lighting Ltd

Lighting

Jonathan C Lucas

Assistant Editor

Teddy Mason

Dialogue Editor

Andy Mcdade

Electrician

Steve Mcleod

Electrician

Simon Mein

Photography

Felix Mendelssohn

Music

Charlie Mole

Song

Mick Monks

Assistant Editor

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Music

Tim Murray

Music Arranger

Norman North

Other

Alison Odel

Assistant

Maggie Phelan

Production Accountant

Ray Potter

Gaffer

Terry Potter

Best Boy

Paul Rabjohns

Other

Mary Richards

Unit Production Manager

David Ridout

Electrician

Bob Risk

Sound Editor

Amy Roberts

Costume Designer

Chris Rose

Assistant Director

Ray Rose

Propman

Bernice Rubens

Source Material (From Novel)

John Schlesinger

Screenplay

Franz Schubert

Music

Frederic Schumann

Music

Stephen Scott

Art Director

Alexander Scriabin

Music

Thomas Sharkey

Assistant

Stephanie Sheahan

Assistant

Robert Shipsey

Other

Ian Shubrook

Props

Charlie Skarbek

Song

Colin Skeaping

Stunts

Tim Smit

Song

Alfie Smith

Props

Yonty Solomon

Music Supervisor

Yonty Solomon

Music

Adam Somner

Location Assistant

Tommy Staples

Boom Operator

David Stone

Carpenter

Micky Swift

Props

Jane Trower

Accounting Assistant

Mark Wadlow

Other

Robert Walker

Sign Writer

Peter Walpole

Production

Graham Bruce Weames

Carpenter

Richard Weames

Carpenter

Kenneth Welland

Other

Patrick Wheatley

Wardrobe Supervisor

Ian Whittaker

Art Director

Roger Wingate

Assistant

David Wood

Other

David Worley

Camera Operator

John D Wright

Other

Jeremy Zimmermann

Casting

Film Details

MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Drama
Release Date
1988
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 2m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1998

Released in United States Fall October 14, 1988

Released in United States July 1989

Released in United States May 14, 1989

Released in United States October 12, 1988

Released in United States on Video May 11, 1989

Released in United States September 1988

Released in United States September 4, 1988

Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 14, 1989.

Shown at Cinequest 1998: The San Jose Film Festival January 29 - February 4, 1998.

Shown at Moscow International Film Festival (market) July 7-18, 1989.

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 1988.

Shown at Venice Film Festival September 4, 1988.

Shown at Women in Film Festival October 12, 1988.

Began shooting October 5, 1987.

Released in United States 1998 (Shown at Cinequest 1998: The San Jose Film Festival January 29 - February 4, 1998.)

Released in United States May 14, 1989 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 14, 1989.)

Released in United States July 1989 (Shown at Moscow International Film Festival (market) July 7-18, 1989.)

Released in United States September 1988 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 1988.)

Released in United States September 4, 1988 (Shown at Venice Film Festival September 4, 1988.)

Released in United States October 12, 1988 (Shown at Women in Film Festival October 12, 1988.)

Released in United States on Video May 11, 1989

Released in United States Fall October 14, 1988