Tempest


2h 22m 1982

Brief Synopsis

A successful architect trades society for a remote Greek island.

Film Details

Also Known As
The
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Adaptation
Release Date
1982
Location
Rome, Italy; Offaly, Ireland; New York City, New York, USA; Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Kildare, Ireland; Maryland, USA; Rome, Italy; New York City, New York, USA; Greece

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 22m

Synopsis

Phillip and Antonia are an unhappily married couple in the midst of a mid-life crisis. In a bid to find more meaning out of of life, they return to Phillip's roots in Greece, where they each begin affairs with other people.

Crew

Tony Adler

Production Assistant

Dick Alexander

Sound

Elio Altamura

Props

Franco Amurri

Assistant Director

George Anastasiades

Assistant Director

Peppino Banchelli

Makeup

Louis Barlia

Camera Operator

Steven Bernhardt

Coproducer

Grace Blake

Production Coordinator

Mara Blasetti

Production Manager

Robert Branham

Storyboard Artist

Neil Burrow

Sound Editor

Donn Cambern

Editor

Jay Cannistraci

Makeup

Leonidas Capetanos

Screenplay

Gerald Casale

Song

Mimmo Cattarinich

Photography

Gordon Davidson

Sound Effects Editor

Gordon Davidson

Sound Effects Editor

Giorgio Desideri

Set Decorator

Paul Eads

Art Director

Fred Ebb

Song

Danny Elfman

Song

William Farley

Hair

Frank Ferrara

Stunt Coordinator

Bran Ferren

Special Effects

Jim Feyereisen

Production Assistant

Les Fresholtz

Sound

Ken Goss

Key Grip

Raymond Greenfield

Assistant Director

Alexis Grivas

Camera Operator

Pato Guzman

Production Designer

Pato Guzman

Coproducer

Maria Hadjimattheou

Production Coordinator

Lorenz Hart

Theme Lyrics

Paul Heffernan

Set Decorator

Jim Henrikson

Music Editor

Fabio Jephcott

Unit Manager

Mario Jurisic

Assistant Director

John Kander

Song

Andreas Katsimithsoulias

Location Manager

Tony La Marca

Unit Production Manager

Angelo Lambrou

Production Consultant

Aspa Lambrou

Production Manager

Gino Landi

Choreographer

Jerry Leiber

Song

Dennis Maitland

Sound

Tod A Maitland

Sound

Pasqual Martino

Animal Trainer

Jill Mazursky

Production Assistant

Paul Mazursky

Screenplay

Paul Mazursky

Producer

Donald M. Mcalpine

Director Of Photography

Donald M. Mcalpine

Other

Tony Michaleas

Assistant Director

Steve Mirkovich

Assistant Editor

Mark Mothersbaugh

Song

Peter Nathan

Production Assistant

Jennifer Nichols

Costumes

Dick Parker

Special Effects

Fernando Perez

Special Effects

Arthur Piantadosi

Sound

Frankie Piazza

Costumes

Adriano Pischiutta

Special Effects

Gianni Quaranta

Art Director

Robert Arnold Reich

Sound Editor

Orietta Nasalli Rocca

Wardrobe

Richard Rodgers

Music

Vicky Sakovideoou

Wardrobe

F Salamon

Stunt Coordinator

Michael Shrieve

Music

Elaine Smith

Production Assistant

Irby Smith

Assistant Director

Wally Stocklin

Props

Chris Stoia

Production Assistant

Renata Stoia

Script Supervisor

Mike Stoller

Song

Yoshihisa Taira

Original Music

Yoshihisa Taira

Music Arranger

Juliet Taylor

Casting

Giacomo Tomaselli

Key Grip

Vladimir Tukan

Production Assistant

Freddy Vianellis

Assistant Director

Stella Votsou

Makeup

Dinah Washington

Song Performer

Josh Weiner

Photography

Albert Wolsky

Costume Designer

Stomu Yamashta

Music

Film Details

Also Known As
The
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Adaptation
Release Date
1982
Location
Rome, Italy; Offaly, Ireland; New York City, New York, USA; Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Kildare, Ireland; Maryland, USA; Rome, Italy; New York City, New York, USA; Greece

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 22m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1999

Released in United States August 1982

Released in United States January 1989

Released in United States Summer August 13, 1982

Shown at Avignon/New York Film Festival in New York City (French Institute) April 22 - May 2, 1999.

Shown at United States Film Festival in Park City, Utah (Tribute to John Cassavetes) January 24 & 27, 1989.

Released in USA on video.

Released in United States 1999 (Shown at Avignon/New York Film Festival in New York City (French Institute) April 22 - May 2, 1999.)

Released in United States January 1989 (Shown at United States Film Festival in Park City, Utah (Tribute to John Cassavetes) January 24 & 27, 1989.)

Released in United States August 1982

Released in United States Summer August 13, 1982