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1h 34m 1988

Brief Synopsis

The attempted assasination of a king draws disparate people together.

Film Details

Also Known As
For One Night of Love, For a Night of Love, Pour une nuit d'amour
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Angels the Costumiers; Elstree Studios
Distribution Company
Cannon Releasing
Location
Skofja Loka, Slovenia, Yugoslavia

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Synopsis

The attempted assasination of a king draws disparate people together.

Crew

Marit Allen

Costume Designer

Stephen Barker

Post-Production Supervisor

Milton Berle

Song ("I'D Give A Million Tomorrows")

Peter Cotton

Production Manager

Nick Curtis

Song Performer ("I'D Give A Million Tomorrows")

Veljko Despotovic

Production Designer

Stanislav Dobrina

Set Dresser

Zoran Dragovic

Other

Velinka Ficor

Production Coordinator

Rodney Glenn

Sound Editor

Yoram Globus

Producer

Menahem Golan

Producer

Boris Gregoric

Production Supervisor

Michael Hartman

Production Executive

Mary Hillman

Makeup

Michael J Kagan

Executive Producer

Dejan Karaklajic

Assistant Director

Gordana Kristof

Wardrobe Mistress

Ivo Kristof

Stunt Coordinator

Drew Kunin

Sound Recording Mixer

Tony Lawson

Editor

Hugh Leaver

Production Assistant

Brian Lintern

Dialogue Editor

Jerry Livingston

Song ("I'D Give A Million Tomorrows")

Tom Luddy

Executive Producer

Bojana Marijan Makavejev

Casting

Bojana Makavejev

Associate Producer

Dusan Makavejev

Screenwriter

Sergio Marcotulli

Music Recording

Mladen Markovic

Special Effects

Mehmed Muftic

Other

Ray Noble

Song ("Why Stars Come Out At Night")

Igor Nola

Location Manager

Nikica Pajic

Art Direction

Dusan Petricic

Animator

Dusan Petricic

Title Graphics

Tomislav Pinter

Director Of Photography

Nicola Piovani

Music; Music Director

Julia Robinson

Production Contact (London)

Bill Rowe

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Dubravko Scherr

Assistant Director

Franjo Simek

Wardrobe Master

Camilla Soeberg

Song Performer ("Why Stars Come Out At Night)

Gojan Tuzija

Production Manager

Mi Vesovic

Special Photography

Sasa Vojkovic

Assistant Director

Marko Vrdoljak

Location Manager

Peter Zivkovic

Special Effects

Emile Zola

Source Material (From Novel)

Film Details

Also Known As
For One Night of Love, For a Night of Love, Pour une nuit d'amour
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Angels the Costumiers; Elstree Studios
Distribution Company
Cannon Releasing
Location
Skofja Loka, Slovenia, Yugoslavia

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1993

Released in United States April 23, 1989

Released in United States May 20, 1988

Released in United States October 30, 1988

Released in United States September 15, 1988

Released in United States September 1988

Released in United States Winter January 27, 1989

Shown at Boston Film Festival September 15, 1988.

Shown at Cannes (outside the Festival) May 20, 1988.

Shown at Chicago International Film Festival October 30, 1988.

Shown at Houston International Film Festival April 23, 1989.

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 8-17, 1988.

Began shooting September 28, 1987.

Released in United States 1993 (Shown at AFI/Los Angeles International Film Festival (Dusan Makavejev - Genuine Revolutionary) June 10 - July 1, 1993.)

Released in United States Winter January 27, 1989

Released in United States April 23, 1989 (Shown at Houston International Film Festival April 23, 1989.)

Released in United States May 20, 1988 (Shown at Cannes (outside the Festival) May 20, 1988.)

Released in United States September 1988 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 8-17, 1988.)

Released in United States September 15, 1988 (Shown at Boston Film Festival September 15, 1988.)

Released in United States October 30, 1988 (Shown at Chicago International Film Festival October 30, 1988.)